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Illustrations

NAMES

A

  • AITKENNEAD, William, Root Thinner, 90
  • Aldwych Automatic Sub-station, Equipment by General Electric Company, Ltd.. 640
  • Alexander, J. T. Burton, Plant for Cleaning Passenger Trains, Eastern Railway, France, 652, 660
  • Alfred, Ontario, Peat Industry at, 566, 567, 568
  • Algoma Steel Works and Railways, Ontario, 488, 494
  • Allgemeine Elektricithts Gesellschaft, Steam Turbines at the Klingenberg Power Station, 620-622. 649-651 (Two-page Supplement, December 7th, 1928)
  • Allgerneine Elektricitats Gesellschaft, 2250-kVA, 6000-Volt Turbo-generator, 16. 17
  • Alloy Welding Processes, Ltd., Electric Welding Dynamo, 386
  • Alvis Car and Engineering Company, Ltd., 12.50 H.P. Four-cylinder Front-wheel-drive Car. 464, 465
  • Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper Mills. Ltd.. Newsprint Mill at Quebec, 506
  • Armstrong. J. C., German Pulverised Fuel Locomotive, 495 497
  • Armstrong-Siddeley 12 H.P. Six-cylinder Two-seater and Chassis. 395, 396
  • Austin 16 H.P. Six-cylinder Fabric Saloon, 438
  • Austin, Gilbert, Ltd., Constant-current. Electric Driving, Now System, 552-554
  • Aveling and Porter. Ltd., Crude Oil Road Roller. " One Bag " Concrete Mixer, 63

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox Boilers for No. 3 Lister Drive Power Station. 450
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.. Improved System of Airship Mooring, 704. 714
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Visit to Renfrew Works. 628-630, 632
  • Baker, G. S., Notes on the Design of Propellers, 122, 139
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Diesel Road Roller, 90
  • Barton Power Station Extension, 600, 601. 636 13asconia,Compania Anonima Works and Steel Works, 382
  • Battersea Electricity Works, Extensions at, 44
  • Bauer-Wash Turbine Equipment on the Anchor Liner " Britannia," 384
  • Beardmore, William, and Co., Ltd., 20,000-Ton
  • C.P.R. Liner " Duchess of Athol'," 48
  • Beardmore-Vulcan Hydraulic Coupling for Anchor Liner, 384
  • Beardmore-Caprotti Marine Steam Engines. 236
  • Bedford Engineering Co, *Ton Self-propelling Steam Jib Crane, 528
  • Bentley Motors, Ltd., 64-Litre Six-cylinder Chassis. 464
  • Bibby Coupling for 22.000 H.P. Cogging Mill, 47
  • Birkenhead, Alfred Dock, Now River Entrance Lock, 60
  • Blackstone and Co.. Ltd.. Hopper-cooled
  • Paraffin Enkrine. Vertical Petrol Engine for Small Electric Lighting Set, 89; (Letter), 127
  • Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., Oil Engine for Lighting Set. 054
  • Bootle, Penpoll Tin Smelter at., 74
  • Boulton and Paul's Norwich Works, Metal Work for " R 101." 598, 622
  • Bowser. S. F.. ILii(l Co., Inc., Precise Liquid Meter, 710
  • Brand, Engineer-Captain .J. C., Brand System of Burning Pulverised Coal, 321
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Electric Rivet Heaters, 722
  • British Machine Tools at Olympia --see Separate Section of Index
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Combined Magneto Coil Ignition, B.T.H. Ignition Equipment, 483, 484
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd..
  • Electric Equipment for the Diesel Oil Tanker " Brunswick, 262, 294, 296
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.,
  • Switchgear for Barton Power Station. 636
  • Brocklebank and Richards, Ltd.. 15 H.1'. Six-Cylinder Chassis, 482
  • Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd.. High-compression Solid Injection Oil Engine, 150
  • Brown, John, and Co.. Ltd., Case-hardening of
  • Steels by Nitrogen. 637
  • Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd.. Edinburgh Works, 8
  • Burrator Reservoir Enlargement,, 220

C

  • Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd., Very Large Steel Casting, 442
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Coy's 20,000-Ton Liner, " Duchess of Atholl," 48
  • Canadian Mining Undertakings, 174. 177
  • Canadian Recent Hydro-electric Power Plants. 136; Bryson Station. 138: Chelsea Falls Station, 136; Great Falls Station, 137 (Two-page Supplement, August 10th, 1928)
  • Canadian Vickers, Ltd., Works at Montreal, 592
  • Carels-Ingersoll ' Rand 750 B.H.P. Airless-injection Oil Engine for .the Diesel-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 294
  • Cauvery Metur Dam, Machines for Building. 683-685, 688
  • Central Scotland Electricik, Scheme. 293
  • Chamon William Ashcombe (Portrait). 204
  • Chilian Destroyer " Serrano." John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 128
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd.. 40 H.P. Chain Rail Tractor, 38, 88
  • Clayton Wagons, Ltd., Articulated Steam Rail Coach, 414
  • Cobden Bridge, Southampton. 478-480; (Letter). 512
  • Colombia, Three-cylinder Narrow-gauge Locomotives for, 681
  • Commonwealth Oil Refinery Company. All-welded Petrol Storage Tanks, 696
  • Companie de Setares, Deposit. Chambers and Loading Tip, 350
  • Coventry Corporation's Longford Power Station 491, 492. 493, 494, 522. 523
  • Cox and Co., Ltd.. Pulverised Fuel Ship, 664
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.. Railway Breakdown Crane, 322, 323
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 155 B.H. I'. Cold-starting Premier-Crossley Heavy Oil Engine, 37, 38; Small Paraffin Engine, 37. 38
  • Crossley 15.7 H.P. Six-cylinder Fabric Saloon
  • Car and Engine,- 395, 396

D

  • DALBY, Professor W. E.. Possible 'Vibration of a Ship's Hull Under the Action of an Un-balanced Engine, 625
  • Darbyshire, H.. Internal Grinding, 112
  • Davies and Metcalfe, Ltd., Locomotive Exhaust Steam Injector, 178
  • Denaby and Cadeby Company's Colliery, Doncaster, New Powdered Fuel Plant, 466, 467
  • Derby Works of International Combustion. Ltd., 544, 548
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Oil-skimming null!). 237
  • Dunston Power House. Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant, 411, 412. 41:1

E

  • EASTERN Railway of France. Passenger Train-cleaning Machine, 652, 660
  • Edgwick Works of Alfred Herbert, Ltd.. 248
  • English Electric Co, Ltd.. Stafford Works of, 66, 70
  • FAnault-Pelterie, R.. Apparatus and Methods for Measurement of the Hertzian Hardness, 180. 196. 220; (Letter). 195

F

  • FAIRBANKS, Morse and Co.. Ltd., Self-contained Eleetric Lighting Set. RR
  • Ferranti Works, 32
  • Finniocome, J. R., Flexibility of Plain Pipes, 162. 199, 218. 246
  • Fodens. Ltd.. Rigid-frame, Six-wheeled Wagon, 36, 37
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 8-Ton
  • Motor Roller. Coulter. Coppings, 15-Cwt. Motor Winch, 3. 4, 5,
  • Frasico-Belga Company. Calcining Kiln. 356
  • Friherg, H.. A New Vacuum Pump, 97
  • r i o M u f ae t tiring Company. Ltd..
  • •• Automa 'rube Expander, 90

G

  • GARRETT, Richard, and Sons, Ltd.. Rigid Six-wheels Undertype Steam Wagon, 89. 90
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., 750-kW Motor Converters and other Equipment for Aldwych Automatic Sub-station. 640
  • Gent and Co., Ltd.. "Pul-syn-etic " Idle Machine Recorder, 97. 98
  • Gercke. M., 11.700 B.H.P. Oil Engine for Power Station Work, 128
  • German State Railways, Pulverised Fuel Locomotive, J. C. Armstrong, 495, 496, 497
  • G.I.P. Railway. Express Passenger Electric Locomotive for. 114
  • Gravesend Electricity Works, 441
  • Green, E. N., Unusual Flood "Water Pumping Operation. 60. 61

H

  • HADFIFLD-BEAN 14-70 H.P. Saloon, 395, 396
  • Hall, B. J., and Co., Ltd., NVN% Print Developing Machine, 266
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd.. '• Hallmark " Refrigerating Machine, 62 •
  • Hammersmith Storm Watcr Pumping Station, 142.146
  • Harrison, McGregor and Co.. l.t(l.. Mowing Machine Knife Head, 64
  • Heaton Park Service Reservoir, Samuel Hall, 124
  • Henderson, John M.. and Co., Ltd.. Cableways at Nag Hammadi Barrage, 284, 288
  • Herbert, E. G.. Report on Machinability, 692-695
  • Hetherington, John, and Sons, Ltd., Re-turning Lathe for Axle Journals. 154
  • Howard, James and Frederick, Ltd.. Plough.Balance; Plough. Adjustable Two-furrow. 89
  • Howard, J. and F.. Ltd., Road Grading Machine, 354
  • Howden-Buell System for Firing Marine Type Boilers, Pulverised Fuel Ship, 664
  • Hudson, Robert, Ltd., Side-tipping Wagon. 2 : 20 H.P. 6-Ton Locomotive, 2, 4
  • "Hult " Engine Cylinders for High-compression Internal Combustion Motor, 374
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., Eight-coupled Superheated Locomotives for Ceylon, 256,

J

  • JAMSHEDPUR Iron and Steel Works and Various Plant, 572 4. 576

K

  • KALKA-SIMLA Railway, Kitson-Meyer Locomotives. 480 (Two-page Supplement, November 2nd, 1928)
  • Keith, Orme and Co., Rock Drill Holder, 73
  • Kennedy, Sir Alexander B. W., F.R.S. (Portrait). 511
  • Kerr. Stuart and Co., Ltd., Small Heavy Oil Engine Locomotive. 580
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Dalmarnock, 651
  • Klingenborg Power Station, 80,000-kW Turbo-generators, 620-622, 648-652 (Three-page Supplement December 7th, 1928)

L

  • LANCHESTER " Straight •Eight " Chassis, Power Unit and 30 H.P. Saloon. 394. 395
  • Leipzig, Now Exhibition Hall at, 117
  • Ley hind Motors. Ltd.. Six-wheeled Subsidy Petrol Wagon, 64
  • Liverpool Electricity Supply and No. 3 Lister Drive Power Station, 422 425. 450. 452. 460, 476-478, 509
  • Lloyd Dam at Bhatgar. 604, 607-9
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Map, Tunnel, Temporary Power-house, Excavations for Power-house Foundations, Pipe Line. &c., 8. 9, 12
  • Lomonossoff, Professor George, Dynamic Loading on Locomotive Wheels, 58, 83, 108
  • London Electric Firm, A Large Searchlight . I I;
  • L. and N.E. Railway Third-class Sleeping ('airs. 325
  • Longford Nee Coventry Corporation

M

  • McLAREN, J. and 11.. Four-cylinder 30 H.P. Heavy Oil Engine Ploughing Windlass, 650
  • Maentwrog Hydro-electric Power Station. 430-432. 434, 454, 455, 484-486, 514, 518
  • Marshall, Sons and Co. Ltd.. Gravel and Sand Treatment Plant, 92, 96
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 60 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 2; Light. Steam Roller, 10-Ton Steam Roller, 2, 4
  • Massey, B. and S., Ltd., Universal Forging
  • Machine, Ammeter Diagram for Axle Forgings, 556
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.. Motor Fine Engine and Extension Ladders. 89
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Condenser and Auxiliaries, 451, 460
  • Metropolitan -Vickers 25,000-kW Turbo-generator and Auxiliaries, 476-478, 509
  • Metropolitan-Vickers 40.000-kW Steam Turbo-generator for Barton Power Station, 600, 601
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Electric Shunting Locomotive for Australia, 182
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 1000-kW Self-contained Turbo-generator, 364, 365, 376
  • Minton Vacuum Paper Drier, Charles Walmsley and Co. (Canada), Ltd., 223
  • Monel-Weir, Ltd., Horizontal and Vertical Pasteurisers, 63
  • Morris 8 H.P. Chassis, Four-cylinder. 430
  • Morris 18 H.P. Six•cylinder Chassis, 439

N

  • NAG Hatmnadi Barrage. General View of Cableways at. John M. Henderson and Co., Ltd.. 284, 288
  • National Gas Engine Co. 75 B.H.P. Three-cylinder Vertical Heavy Oil Engine, 37, 88; 2e B.H.P. Engine, 37
  • Nelson Motor Liner " Highland Monarch," Harland and Wolff. Ltd.. 402
  • Newcastle-Gateshead Bridge. Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 393, 406
  • New York Central, Express Passenger Locomotives, 538, 539, 564 •
  • New Zealand. Two New Concrete Bridges in, 354
  • North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co, Brimsdown Power Station, 609
  • North Wales---see Maentwrog
  • Nottingham. Royal Agricultural Society's Show at. 2. 35, 62. 88

O

  • OHIO River, Bear-Trap and Chanoine \Veirs on the River, 718, 719 394. 438
  • Olympia, Motor Car Show at, Ltd., Mines and
  • Orconera Iron Ore Company, Kilns. 356. 381

P

  • PADIHAM Station of the Lancashire Power Co. 50. 82; (betters), 127 (Supplement , July 20th, 1928)
  • Parkgate, Rotherham, Modern Coke Oven Plant, 108, 169. 190, 191. 202
  • Pawlikowski. Dip.•Eng. R., Coal Dust Motor, 353
  • Penydarren Train Plates and Bar, J. F. J. Reynolds, 481
  • Petters. Ltd., 24-28 B.H.P. Oil Engine-driven Air Compressor SetP. 546
  • Petters, Ltd., Oil Engine for Lighting Set, 654
  • Petters, Ltd., 60 B.H.P. Paraffin Engine, 62 :(Correction), 160
  • Petters, Ltd.. Twin-screw Motor Ferry Boat. for Egyptian Service, 208
  • Pitman, Percy. Improved Deflector for Speed Control of Water Turbines, 238
  • Poultney, E. C., Now York Central, Express Passenger Locomotives, 538, 539. 564
  • Princes Risborough, Forest Products Research Laboratory, 114, 115, 120
  • Preston-Blackpool Transmission Line, 668
  • Pulsometer Co, Refrigerator at Smithfield, 654

R

  • " R 101 " Airship, Hull Structure. 598
  • " R101." Government Airship, 226
  • Radiovisor Parent Co, Ltd., Light -controlled Electrical Circuits, 542
  • Ransoms, A.. and Co., Ltd., Portable Band Saw Portable Petrol-driven Saw Bench; bin. Bench Hand-feed Planer, 2, 3
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, " Motrac " Plough; " Weetrac " Plough and Tractor. 62
  • Renfrew Works. Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd. Visit to, 628-630, 832
  • Reynolds. J. F. Penydarren Train Plates and Bar. 481
  • Riley 14 H.P. Six-cylinder Saloon Car, 482, 483
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., Cold-start Oil Engine, 64
  • Rover Sportsman's Coupe, 440
  • Rover 2-Litre 16.7 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis and Engine, 440
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Nottingham. 2, 35, 62, 88; (Letter), 127
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. New Type of Steam Shovel, 210
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Three-wheel Crude Oil Road Roller, S8 8

S

  • SAMS, J. G. B.. Diagramming of Locomotive Workings, 420
  • Scarborough, Tho Valley Bridge, 109
  • Schneider of Cie.. Les Establishments, Floating Block-setting Crane, 428
  • Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co, Ltd., Diesel-electric Oil Tanker Brunswick," 202. 294
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Rigid Frame Six-wheeled Three-way Tipping Wagon, 36
  • Shaw, G. E., Some Maintenance Problems of a Water Engineer, 709
  • Sheffield, Safety in Mines Research Laboratories and Apparatus, 409, 410
  • Shoreditch, Mercury Vapour Rectifiers at, 680
  • Siemens-Schueltert, Grid Coupling Switches, 866
  • Singer " Junior " Sunshine Saloon Car. 7-78
  • H.P., Overhead Valves. Four-wheel Brakes. 464
  • Smithfield Club Show, 654
  • Smith, Thomas, and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., Levelling Crane, 100
  • Sociedad Anonima Eclievarria, Bilbao. Works of, 351
  • Sociedad Espanola Babcock and Wilcox Works, lronfounclry and Shops, 349
  • Sociedad Espanola de Construction Naval Works, 379, 382
  • Southern Railway, Steel Sleepers, Sandberg Type, 666
  • Spruce Falls Paper Mill and Power Plant in Northern Ontario, 536 (Two-page Supplement, November 16th, 1928)
  • Stafford Works of the English Electric Company, Ltd., 66, 70
  • Star Engineering Co, ltd., Star Steering Damper, 483
  • Stephen, Alexander, and Sons, Ltd.. Anchor
  • Liner " Britannia," 384
  • Stephen, Alexander, and Sons, Ltd., Turbo-Electrically Propelled P. and 0. Liner "Viceroy of India," 320
  • Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Machines for Building the Cauvery Dam, 68-685. 688
  • Strachan and Honshaw, Ltd., Whitehall Coal Tippler, 720
  • Sullivan Machinery Co, Pavement Testing Coro Drill, 238
  • Sunbeam 20 H.P. Six-cylinder Enclosed Limousine and Engine, 438, 439
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd. Rolling Stock Transport Steamer " Seatrain.' 612
  • Swift, Dr. H. W., Power Transmission by Belts, 588
  • Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 850 lb. Pressure Pa4isenger Locomotive, 655-658

T

  • TATA Iron and Steel Company's Works at Jamshedpur, 572-4, 578
  • Thomas Telford Memorial, 225
  • Thornycroft, John 1., and Co., Ltd., Chilean Destroyer " Serrano," 128
  • Thornycroft, Sir John Isaac (Portrait), 6
  • Tilbury. West India and Millwall Docks, Improvements at, 28, 40 •
  • Tod River Water Scheme, South Australia. 149; (Correction), 218
  • Transpyrenean Railways, 109

V

W

  • Watford Electric and Manufacturing Co, Wheel Lathe Electric Control Panel. 584
  • Weir Condenser and Auxiliaries, 451. 460
  • Wellman Bibby Co. Ltd.. Flexible and Resilient Shaft Couplings. 46
  • West India and Millwall Dock Improvements. 28, 29
  • Whitehall Coal Tippler. Strachan and Renshaw. Ltd., 720
  • Williamson, H.. Modelling a Factory Site. 711

X

  • " XAC'I'O " Liquid Meter. S. F. 13uwmer mid Co., Lie.. 710

Y

Z

  • ZANZIBAR Ifurhuur. 10
  • Zeppelin Airship LZ 127." 372 4

SUBJECTS

A
AERONAUTICS :

  • Aircraft sh4.1),. flying Boat " Vedette," at
  • Montreal of Canadian Vickers.
  • Ltd.. 592
  • Airship. Gorman Zeppelin " I,Z 127." 372
  • Airship Mooring. Improved System. 704. 714
  • Government Airship •• R 101." 226
  • Metal Airship Const ruction. Airship " R 1 i s I 598, 622
  • AIR Compressor Sot. 24-28 ILII.P. Oil Engine-driven. Petters, Ltd., 546
  • Air Ejector. 366
  • All-welded Tanks—see Petrol
  • Apparatus and Methods for Measurement. of the
  • Hortzian Hardness, R. Esnault-Pelterie, 180. 196, 220; (Letter). 195
  • Articulated Steam Rail Coach. Clayton Wagons.
  • Ltd., 414
  • Automatic Sub-station--see Electrical Mutters
  • Automatic Tube Expander. Frilio Nia-iiifacturing Company. Ltd., 90

B

  • BELT Transmission, Testing Plant for. 1)r. H.
  • W. Swift. 568; (Letters). 602, 639
  • Blo-Gun, The. 582
  • Boiler Engineering Plant at Ronfrow Works. 629
  • Boiler Manufacturing Plant. at Renfrew Works. 632
  • Brand System of Burning Pulverisc.d Coal,
  • Engineer-Captain J. C. Brand. 321
  • Bridge. New Cobden. Southampton. 478 480
  • (Letter), 512
  • Bridge, Newcastle-Gateshead. Across the River
  • Tyne, Dorman, Long and Co.. Ltd.. 393. 406
  • Bridge, The Valley, Scarborough, 109
  • Bushings—are Condenser

C

  • CABLEWAYS at Nag Hammadi Barrage.
  • John M. Henderson and Co., Ltd.. 284, 288
  • Calcining—see Iron Mines, &c.
  • Case-hardening of Steels by Nitrogen, John
  • Brown and Co., Ltd., 637
  • Chain Grate Stoker at Renfrew Works, 6'28. 032
  • Chain Rail Tractor. Clayton and Shuttloworth,
  • Ltd.. 38, 88
  • Ctal Dust Motor, Dip.-Eng. R. Pawlikowski, 363
  • Coal Dust —see Powdered Fuel. Pulverised
  • Fuel
  • Coke Oven Plant. Modern. at l'arkgate. Rut herham, 108, 169, 190, 191. 202
  • Compressors, Rotary and Turbo. 206, 233
  • Concrete Bridges, Two New. in New Zealand. 354
  • Concrete Mixer. " One Bag." Aveling and
  • Porter. Ltd.. 63
  • Condenser Bushings Used with Synchronising
  • Equipment, 48
  • Condensers and Auxiliaries for No. 3 Lister
  • Drive Power Station, Metropolitan-Vickers
  • Electrical Company, G. and .1. Weir. Ltd.. 461, 460
  • Condensing Plant for Barton Power Station.
  • Richardson)]. 11'estgarth and Co., Ltd..
  • and Mather and Platt, Ltd.. 600. 601
  • Condensing Plant for Klingenberg l'ower
  • Station, 648
  • Coulter, Skim-knife. for Uso with Plough, .John
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 3
  • Couplings, Flexible and Resilient Shaft. %Vollman Bibby Company, Ltd., 46
  • Crane Level-luffing Thomas Smith and Sons
  • (Rodloy), Ltd., 100
  • Crane, Powerful Block -set t ing . Float in g.
  • Schneider of Cio, 428
  • Crane. Railway Breakdown, Craven Brothers
  • (Manchester), Ltd.. 322, 323
  • Crane. *Ton Self-propelling Steam Jib. Bedford Engineering Company. 628

D

  • DAM, Tho Lloyd. at Bhatgar ire t iio Bombay
  • Deccan, 604. 607-9
  • Dam-building Machines for Cauvery Motur
  • Dam, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 683-686. 688
  • Diesel-electric Vessels—see Ships
  • Dock Improvements at Tilbury, 'West India
  • and Millwall. 28. 40
  • Drill, Pavement-testing Core. Sullivan Machinery Company. 238
  • Dynamics Loading on Loeomotive Wheels.
  • Professor George Lomonossoff. 58. 83. 108

E
ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Automatic Sub-statn.ii in Aldwyeli. Equipment by General Electric Company. Ltd.. I 640
  • Barton Power Station Extension. 40.000-k W
  • Steam Turbo-generator. Condensing Phut t.
  • Switchgear. Om. 600. 601. 036
  • Battersea Electricity Works Extensions. 10,000-kW Turbo-generator Sot, G.E.C.:
  • Lavender-hill Automatic Sub-station, 44
  • Brimsdown Power Station. North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Company. 609
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme. 293
  • Constant-eurrent Electric Driving on the
  • *1 Austin " System, Motor Generators and
  • Switchboard. Constant - current Motor,
  • Windlass and Capstans, Double Winches.
  • Wiring Diagrams for Parallel and " Austin" I
  • Series Systems. Electric Navvy. Motors I
  • and Operating Gear for Navvy. 552-554
  • Diesel-electrie Oil Tanker. •I Brunswick."
  • Electrical Equipment. British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd.. 262, 294. 296
  • Electric Rivet. Heaton*. " l'reseot," British
  • Insulated Cables. Ltd.. 722
  • English Electric Company. Ltd.. Stafford F
  • Works. Demonstration •Automati.- Substation; Shops; Heavy Engineering.
  • Switehgear and Transformer; Domonst ra•
  • tion Apparatus; Induction Regulator. &c.;
  • Motor-operated Circuit Breaker; 9000-kVA
  • Self-cooled Transformer; 15.000 H.P.
  • Water Turbine Alternator, 66. 70-73
  • Ferranti Works. Surge Absorbers; Testing G
  • Equipment. 32
  • Gravesend Electricity Works. 441
  • Grid Coupling Switches. Siemens-Schuckert, 666
  • Insulating Machine. Coro Plato. Transformer
  • Shop. Edinburgh Works of Bruce Peebles
  • and Co.. Ltd.. 8
  • Klingenberg Power Station, 80.000-kW
  • Turbo-generators. Allgemeine ElektricitAts
  • Gesellschaft. 620-022. 648-652 (Two-page
  • Supplement. December 7th. 1928) 11
  • Light-controlled Btectrical Circuits, Radiovisor Parent Company, Ltd.. 642 11
  • l'adiham Station of the Lancashire Power
  • Company, Aerial Ropeways. Arrangement
  • of Economisers. Engine-room and Turbo• H
  • generators. 56. 82 (Suppkrnent, July 20th. 1928) : (Letter). 127
  • Power House and Plant at Parkgate. 194. 202
  • Power Station. Longford. Coventry Corporation, 491, 492, 493, 494. 522. 523
  • Power Station. Maentwrog Hydroelectric,
  • Reservoir. Transformer Banks. Main 11
  • Dam. Cut-off Dams. 430-432. 434, 454, 455 g- Pipe Lines. Low and High-pressure
  • for Maontwrog Electricity Supply. 455. 456; Anti-vacuum Valves, 485. 480; 8ft. bin. Automatic Disc Valve. 484, 485 5ft. bin. Automatic Self-closing Disc Valve. 484. 485 36in. Hydraulically Operated
  • Sluice Valve. GlonfieId and Kennedy, Ltd.. 485, 486; Transmission Lines, from Generating Stations. 7500-kVA Tap-changing
  • Transformer. Outdoor Sub-stations, &e.. 514-510, 518
  • Power Station, No. 3 Lister Drive, Liverpool.
  • and Equipment. 422- 425. 450-452. 460. 476-478. 509 : Calumet Burners, Boilers.
  • Bailey Furnaces. " Hydro-jet " Ash-handling Plant, Cooling Towers. Condensers
  • and Auxiliaries, 450- 452. 460; Turbo
  • generator. 25.000-kW and Auxiliaries.
  • Sfetropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company,
  • Ltd.. 476-478, 509
  • Preston-Blackpool Transmission Line. 668
  • Self-contained Electric Lighting Set, Fairbanks. Mors* and Co.. Ltd.. 88
  • Turbo - generator. 2250 • kV A. 6000-Volt,
  • Allgemeino ElectricitAts Gesellschaft. 10, 17
  • Turbo-generator. 1000-kW Self-contained,
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company.
  • Ltd.. 364, 365. 376
  • NN gilding Dynamo. Now Electric. Alloy Weld- 1,
  • ing Processes. Ltd.. 386;(Correction), 417 1.
  • Wheel Lathe Electric Control Panel. Watford
  • Electric and Manufacturing Company. 584
  • L

ENGINES AND MOTORS

  • irloss•injootion Oil El tcr, .I'.
  • Eight-cylinder. 324 13eardmore-Caprotti 1.11.11 nio Steam Engine. 236
  • Carols-Ingersoll-It and 750 B.H.P., Airless-injection Oil Engine for the Diesel-electric
  • Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 294
  • Cold-starting Oil Engine. Roboy and Co.,
  • Ltd.. 64
  • Cold-starting Premier-Crossley Heavy *- Oil
  • Engine. 155 B.H.P.. Small Paraffin Engine.
  • Crossley Brothers. Ltd., 37. 38
  • Cylinders. " Hult " Engine, 374
  • Double-acting Airless-injection Oil Engine. 11,700 B.H.P.. M. Gercke, 128 4000 B.H.P. Double-acting Two-stroke Oil
  • Engine. Viekons•Armstrongs. Ltd., 230, 234 21 B.H.P. Engine. National Gas Engine
  • Company. 37

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):

  • Heavy Oil Engine. Four cylinder :10 H. I'.
  • Ploughing 'Windlass, J. and If. MeLuren,
  • Ltd.. 054
  • lfeavy Oil Engine, 75 11.14.1'. Threo-cylin!ler
  • Vortical, Natignial Cas Engine Company,
  • Ltd.. 37. 88
  • no H.R.?. Heavy Engine. Marshall, Sons
  • mid Co., Ltd.. 2
  • High-compression Solid-injection Oil Engine. 200 H.P., Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd.. 150
  • " Highland Monarch," 4000 S.H.P. Port
  • Engine, 200-kW Auxiliary Generator Set, 402. 403; " Auto-Klean " Strainer. 403
  • Hopper-cooled Paraffin Engine, Vertical
  • Petrol Engine for Small Electric Lighting
  • Set. Blackstone and CO., Ltd.. 89; (Letter), 127 24-28 B.H.P. Oil Engine Driven Air Compressor Set. Petters, Ltd., 546
  • Oil Engines for Electric Lighting Seta, Blackstone and Co., Petters, Ltd., 654
  • Paraffin Engine, 60 B.H.P., Petters, Ltd. 62; (Correction), 160
  • Rover 2-Litro 15.7 H.P. Six•cylinder Engine
  • and Rover Engine Timing Chain Drive, 440
  • Sunbeam 24) H.P. Six-eylinder Engine, 438, 439
  • EXHIBITION Hall, New. at Leipzig, 117

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Machine Tools at Olympia Exhihition—sre
  • Separate Section of Index
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia. 394. 438. 4414, 482
  • Royal Show at Nottingham. 2. 35, 62. 88;
  • (Letter), 127
  • Smithfield Club Show, 654

F

  • FEED Pumps—see Pumps
  • Ferry—see Ships
  • Fire Engine, Hatfield Motor, and Extension
  • Ladders, Merryweat her and Sons, Ltd.. 89
  • Flexibility of Plain Pipes, J. R. Finniecome, 162. 199. 218, 246
  • Forest Product* Research Laboratory. Princes
  • R isborough, 114, 115. 120
  • Forging Machine for Repetition Vt'ork. B. and
  • S. Massey Ltd., 556

G

  • GEAR Pumps---see Pumps Despatch
  • Gravel and Sand Treatment Plant. Crushing Grading Rolls; Gravel-sorting Screen; 92. 94;
  • Storage Hoppers; Washing and Plant. Marshall, Sons and Co.. I,t4l.

H

  • HARBOUR, Vancouver, 676-679
  • Harbour, Zanzibar, 10
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants, Some Recent
  • Canadian, 136 (Two-page Supplement. .1 ugual 10th. 1928)
  • Hydroelectric Power Scheme, Loehaher, 8, 9, 12

I

  • IDLENESS and Output Recorders, Gent and Co., Ltd., 97, 98
  • Injector, Exhaust Steam, Grease Separator, Davies and Metcalfe, Ltd., 178
  • Internal Grinding, H. Darbyshire, 112

IRON MINES AND WORKS IN SPAIN :

  • Calcining Kiln, Franco-Belga Company, 356
  • Calcining Kiln, Orconera iron Ore Company, Ltd.. 356
  • Orconera Iron Ore Kilns, 381
  • Deposit Chambers and Loading Tip, Compania do Sotares, 350
  • Works, Ironfoundry and Shops of the Sociedad Espanola Babcock and Wilcox, 349
  • Works of the Sociedad Anonima Echevarria,
  • Bilbao, 351
  • Steel Works. Compania Anonima Basconia. 382
  • IRON and Steel Works and Plant at Jamming! .
  • pur, Tat a Iron and Steel Company, 57 2 576

L

  • LABORATORIES, Safety in Mines Researeh,
  • and Apparatus, Sheffield, 409, 410
  • Laboratory, British Timber Research, 115, 1.200
  • Lock, Now River Entrance, to Alfred Diu
  • Birkenhead, 60

LOCOMOTIVES :

  • Colombian Railways, Three Cylinder Narrow gauge Locomotives for. 681
  • Eight-coupled Superheated Locomotive for Ceylon, Hunslet Engine Company. Ltd., 256, 258
  • Express Passenger Electric Locomotive for the G.I.P. Railway, 114; Quill Drive Arrangement, 115
  • Heavy Oil Engine Locomotive, Small, Kerr, Stuart and Co.. Ltd.. 580
  • Kitson-Meyer Locomotives, Kalka-Simla Railway, 480 (Two-page Supplement, November 2nd, 1928)
  • Locomotive. 20 H.P., 6-Ton, Robert Hudson. Ltd., 2.4
  • Locomotive, Electric Shunting, for Australia.
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 182
  • Locomotive Exhaust Steam Injector, Davies and Metcalfe, Ltd., 178

LOCOMOTIVES (continued) :

  • Locomotive Workings, Diagramming of, J. G. B. Sams, 426
  • New York Central, Express Passenger Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 538, 539, 564 850 lb. Pressure Passenger Locomotive,
  • Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 655-658
  • Pulverised Fuel Locomotive, German State Railways, 495-497 1,0W -TEMPERATURE Carbonisation at, Dun•t on Power-house, 411. 412, 413
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation Plant at Dalmnarnock, John B. C. Kershaw, 651

M

  • MACHINABILITY, Report on, E. G. Herbert, 692-695

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Bonding Press; Drilling Machine; Plate Edge Planing Machine, Renfrew Works, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 628, 632
  • Machine Tools at Olympia—see Separate Section of Index
  • Lathe, Re-turning, for Axle .Journals, John Hetherington and Sons, Ltd., 154
  • Machine Tools and Shops at the Edgwick Works of Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 248
  • MAINTENANCE Problems of a Water Engineer, G. E. Shaw, 709

MAPS :

  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 8
  • North Wales Power Company, Ltd., Transmission Network, 514
  • Railways Connecting France and Spain, 110
  • Tod River Water District, 149
  • MERCURY Vapour Rectifiers at Shoreditch, 680
  • Metal Airship Construction—see Aeronautics
  • Motor, " Xaeto " Precise Liquid, S. F. Bowser and Co., Inc., 710
  • Mill—see Newsprint
  • Mines and Kilns, Orconera Company, Ltd., 356, 381
  • Mining Industries, Canadian, Copper, Gold, and Load-zinc Minos and Gold Dredging, 174, 177 !
  • Modelling—see Plasticine

MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA : 394, 438, 464, 182

  • Alvis Car and Engineering Company, Ltd., Front Wheel Drive Car; Plan of Front Wheel Drive Chassis; 12.50 H.P. Four-cylinder Front Wheel Drive Engine, 464, 465
  • Armstrong-Siddeley 12 H.P. Six-cylinder Two-seater and Chassis, 395, 396
  • Austin 16 H.P. Six-cylinder Fabric Saloon, 438
  • Bentley 6i-Litre Six-cylinder Chassis, 464
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Combined Magneto Coil Ignition; B.T.H. Ignition Equipment, 483, 484
  • Brocklebank and Richards, Ltd., 15 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis, 482
  • Crossley 15.7 H.P. Six-cylinder Fabric Saloon and Engine, 395, 396
  • Hadfield-Bean 14-70 H.P. Saloon, 395, 396
  • Lanchester " Straight-Eight " Chassis Power Unit and 30 H.P. Saloon, 394, 395
  • Morris 8 H.P. Four-cylinder Chassis and 18 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis. 439
  • Riley 14 H.P. Six-cylinder Saloon Car. 482, 483
  • Rover, 10-25 H.P. Four-cylinder and 2- Lit re 15.7 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis; sportsman's Coupe; Engine; and Rover Engine
  • Timint Chain Drive, 440
  • Singer "Junior " Sunshine Saloon, 7-78 H.P.
  • Overhead Valves, Four Wheels Hand Brakes, Novel Body Work, 464
  • Star Engineering Company, Ltd., Star Steering Damper. 483

MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA (continued) :

  • Sunbeam 20 H.P. Six-cylinder Enclosed Limousine, 438, 439
  • MOWING Machine Knife Head, Harrison, McGregor and Co., Ltd., 64

N

  • NEWSPRINT Mill at Quebec, Anglo-Canadian Pulp and Paper Mills, Ltd., 506

O

  • OIL Engines-see .Engines
  • Oil Skimming Pump, Drysdale and Cu.. Ltd.. 237

P

  • PAPER Dryer, Minton Vacuum. Charles Walrusley and Co. (Canada ), Ltd., 223
  • Paper Mill and Power Plant in Northern Ontario, Spruce Fall Power and Paper Company, 536 (Two-page Supplement, November 16th, 1928)
  • Pasteurisers, Horizontal and Vertical. Monel-Weir, Ltd., 63
  • Peat Industry at Allred, Ontario, 566, 567, 568
  • Petrol Storage Tanks, All-welded, Commonwealth Oil Refinery Company, 696
  • Pipes—see Flexibility
  • Planers—see Woodworking
  • Plant for Cleaning Passenger Trains, Eastern Railway, France, J. T. Burton Alexander, 652, 660
  • Plasticine Models of a Factory Site, H. Williamson, 711
  • Plough. " Motrac; " Plough and Tractor, " Weetrac," Ransomes, Sims and Jofferies, 62
  • Ploughs, Balance. Adjiistablo Two-furrow, James and Frederick Howard. Ltd., 89
  • Portrait, William Ashcombe Chamon, 204
  • Portrait, Sir Alexander B. W. Kennedy, F. R.s., 511
  • Portrait, Sir John Isaac Thornyeroft, 6
  • Powdered Fuel Plant for Colliery Near Doncaster, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, Water-tube Boilers for Colliery, John Thompson and Co., 466, 467
  • Power Plant, Industrial, Reorganisation of; Reduction Clearing, High-pressure Casing, Bearings, Lubrication System, &e., Allgemeino fNectricit At s Gesellschaft, 16
  • Print Developing Machine, Now, B. J. Hall and Co. Ltd.,266
  • Propellers, Notes on the Design of, Cl. S. Baker, 122, 139
  • Pulverised Fuel Locomotive—see Locomotives

PUMPS :

  • Extraction Pump, Vertical Condensate. 366
  • Boiler Feed Pumps and Gear Pumps for Klingenberg Power Station, 649,651
  • Flood Water Pumping, Unusual, Pumping Plant Arrangement, E. N. Green, 60, 61
  • Fuel Pump and Fuel Oil Pumps for the Diesel-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 294, 295
  • Hammersmith Storm Water Pumping Station, 142, 146
  • Oil Skimming Pump, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 237
  • Vacuum Pump, A New, H. Friberg. 97

R

  • RAILWAY Breakdown Equipment and Work, 85, 322; (Letters), 153, 172, 195, 316
  • Railways, Algoma, Ontario, 488, 494
  • Railways, Transpyrenean, 109
  • Reclamation—see Harbour
  • Recorders—see Idleness
  • Rectifiers—see Mercury Vapour
  • Refrigerating Equipment, Compressors, Ammonia, 310 B.H.P. Oil-driven, for " Highland Monarch," 403, 404
  • Refrigerating Machine, " Hallmark," J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 62
  • Refrigerator, Pulsomoter Company, 654
  • Reorganisation—see Turbo-generator
  • Research—see Laboratory
  • Reservoir, Heaton Park Service, Samuel Hall, 124
  • Reservoir Showing Heightened Darn, Burratpr, 220
  • River Regulation Weirs on the Ohio, 718, 719
  • Rivet Heaters, Electric " Prescot," 722
  • Road Grading Machine, .1. and F. Howard,Ltd., 354
  • Road Roller, Crude Oil, Aveling and Porter, Ltd.. 63
  • Road Roller, Diesel, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 90
  • Road Roller, Three-wheel Crude Oil, Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 38
  • Rock Drill Holder, Keith, Orme and Co., 73
  • Roller, Light Steam, Roller, 10-Ton Steam, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 2, 4
  • Roller, 8-Ton Motor, John Fowler and Co.(Leeds), Ltd., 3, 4
  • Root Thinner, William Aitkenhead, 90
  • Rotary Compressors—see Compressors
  • Rotary Truck Tippler, Strachan and Honshaw, Ltd., 720

S

  • SAFETY in Mines—see Laboratories
  • Safety Razor Blades (Letter), H. A. Curran, 20
  • Saws—see Woodworking
  • Searchlight. A Large. London Electric Firm, 516

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
General Matters

  • Possible Vihrtit ion of a Ship's Hull Under the Action of an Unbahineed- Engine, Professor W. E. Dalhy, 625

British Navy :

  • Double-acting '1 'o-stroke Oil Engine. 4600 13.H.P., for H.M.S. " Medway," 230, 234

Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • Anchor Liner Britannia," Alexander Stephen and Sons, Ltd., 384
  • Canadian and Pacific Liner " Duchess of Athol'," 20.000-Ton, W. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 48
  • Diesel-electric. Ferry Boat, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 498
  • Diesel-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick," Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., 262, 294
  • Ferry Boat, Twin-screw Motor, for Egyptian Service. Petters, Ltd., 208
  • Nelson Motor Liner " Highland Monarch," Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 402
  • Pulverised Fuel Ship " Hororata," Cox and Co., Ltd., 664
  • Rolling Stock Transport Steamer " Sea -train," 612
  • Turbo-electrically Propelled P. and 0. Liner "Viceroy of India," Alexander Stephen and Sons, Ltd., 326
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Sleeping Cars, Third-class. L. and N.E. Railway, 325
  • Smelter, Penpoll Tin, at Bootle, 74
  • Speed Control of Impulse Turbines, Improved Deflector, Percy Pitman, 238
  • Steam Shovel, Now Type, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., '210
  • Steel Casting. Very Large, Camino!, Laird and Co., Ltd., 442
  • Steel Sleepers. Sandberg Type, 666
  • Steel Works, Algoma. Ontario, 488, 494
  • Steels—see Case Hardening
  • Storm Water—see Pumps

T

  • TAR and Liquor Separator. 373
  • Telford Memorial at "Westerkirk
  • Tractor--see Chain Rail
  • Tram Plates and Bar, Ponydarren, J. F. J. Reynolds, 481
  • Turbine Equipment, Bauer-Wach, on the Anchor Liner Britannia," 384
  • Turbine, 2250-kVA Two-cylinder Pass-out Back Pressure, Allgemeino Elect ricitats Gesellsehaft, 16, 17
  • Turbines, Steam, for the Klingenborg Power Station, 620-622, 649-651 (Two-page Supplement, December 7th, 1928)
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters

V

  • VALVES, Governor, at Klingenborg Power Station, 648

W

  • WAGON. Rigid frank Six wheeled, Fodens, Ltd., 36, 37
  • Wagon, Rigid-framo Six wheeled Three-way Tipping. Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 36
  • Wagon, Rigid Six-wheeled Undertypo Steam, Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 89, 90
  • Wagon, Sido-tipping, Robert Hudson, Ltd., 2 Wagon, Six-wheeled Steam. Yorkshire- Patent Steam Wagon Company. Ltd., 35
  • Wagon, Six-wheeled Subsidy Petrol, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 64
  • Water Scheme, Tod River, South Australia 149; (Correction), 216
  • Wheel Lathe—sec Electrical Matters
  • Winch, Motor, 15-Cwt., John Fowler and Co. (Leeds). Ltd., 5

WOODWORKING MACHINES :

  • Hand Saw. Portable; Saw Bench, Portable Petrol-driven; Planer, 6in. Bench }bind -feed, A. Ransom° and Co., Ltd., 2, 3
  • WORKS at Derby, of International Combustion, Ltd., 544, 548
  • Works, The Edgwick, Alfred Herbert. Ltd., 21s
  • Works at Montreal of Canadian Vickers, Ltd.,
  • Aircraft Shops; Docks; Motor Tug for Kootenay Lake; " Vedette " Flying Boat;
  • Wood Pulp Digester, 592-94
  • Works, Shipbuilding, Engines, Railway Material, &e., Sestao and Nervion, Sociedad Espanola do Conntruccion Naval, 379, 382
  • Works and Steel Works, Compania Anonima Basconia, 382

SUPPLEMENTS

  • BRITISH Machine Tools at. the Olympia Exhibition (Sixteen-page Supplement, September 7th, 1928)
  • Kalka-Simla Railway, 2ft. 6in. Gauge Kitson Meyer Locomotive. Kitson and Co., Ltd. (November 2nd, 1928)
  • Klingenberg Power Station, 80,000-kW Steam Turbines, Allgemeine ElektricitAts Gesellschaft (December 7th, 1928)
  • Padiham Electric Generating Station of the Lancashire Power Company (July 20th, 1928)
  • Paper Mill and Hydro-electric Power Station in Northern Ontario (November 16th, 1928)
  • Some Recent Canadian Hydro-electric Power Plants,(August 10th, 1928)
  • SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT.
  • Sept. 7th, 1928, British Machine Tools at the Olympia Exhibition.

Machine Tools at the Olympia Exhibition

NAMES OF EXHIBITORS

A

  • ARCHDALE. James and Co., Ltd„ 334
  • Asquith, NVilliam Ltd.. 309
  • Atkins, Harry F.. 274, 275
  • Automatic and Electric Furnaces, Ltd.. 311

B

  • BRITANNIA Lathe and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 274
  • British Scehoron Company. Ltd.. 337; 338
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., 251, 252. 311. 312
  • B.S.A. Tools. Ltd.. Suppl., 7.9.28, vi. vii. viii
  • Buck and Ilickmini. Ltd., 253. 254. 255
  • Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd.. Stipp.. 7.9.28, x, xi
  • Butterworth, A., and Co., 308

C

  • CHURCHILL Machine Tool Company. Ltd..Suppi., 7.0.28, viii, ix, x, and 337, 338
  • Colchester Lathe Company, 277. 27R, 279
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd.. 33r,, 3 IR

D

  • DEAN, Smith end Grace. Ltd.. 335. 336, 346
  • Drummond Bros., Ltd.. 308

H

  • HERBERT, Alfred, Ltd.. ./4ppt., 7.0.2)3. iv. V
  • Herbert, k:dwitrd 0.. Ltd.. 252. 263
  • Holbrook and Sons, 331
  • Holroyd. Min, and Co.. Ltd., Suppe., 7.9.28, xv
  • Hunt. Herbert. and Sons, Suppt.. 7.9.28. xi, xii, xiii

I

  • IGRANIC Electric Company, Ltd., 280

J

  • JONES, A. A. and Shipman, Ltd. Suppt, 7,9,28, xiv, xv.

K

  • KEARNS. H. \V., awl Co., Ltd.. 335, 346
  • Kendall and Cent (19244, Ltd,. 278..2$(m

L

  • LANG, John, and Sons. Ltd., 279, 28u
  • Lister, R. A., and Co.. Ltd., 280
  • Lund, John, 277. 278

N

  • NICHOLSON, W. T.. and Clipper Company, Ltd.. 311

O

  • OSRORN, Samuel, and Co., Ltd., 3(16

P

  • Parkinson, J. and Son. 307,

R

  • RICHARDS. G., and Co.. Ltd.. 308
  • Robinlion. Thomas. and Son, Ltd.. 251. 252, 312
  • Rowland. B. R.. and CO.. Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, xvi
  • Ryder, ThomaK, and Son. Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, xiv

S

  • SMITH and Coventry (1027). Ltd., 310, 318
  • Snow and Co.. Ltd., 337
  • Sark. John, and Sons, Ltd.. Suppt.. 7.0.28,
  • Swift, George, and Sons. Ltd.. Suppc.

T

  • Taylor, Charles (Birmiiighnm), Ltd., •Stapps.,vt
  • Thomas, Bertram, 336

W

  • WADKIN and Co., 255, 256, 312
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd., 275, 276
  • Webster and Bennett, Ltd.. Suppt., xv, xvi
  • White, Thomas, and Sons, Ltd., 336
  • Wicksteed, Charles, and Co., Ltd., 276, 277

SMALL TOOL EXHIBITORS :

  • Beebec, Alfred, 338
  • Clare-Colletts, Ltd., 338
  • Sternol Ltd., 339

SUBJECTS

A

  • AUTO-TRUCK. Petrol-driven, Power Unit for Truck. 280 : R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd.. 280
  • Automatic Machines, Automatic Chucking Machine, 308. 318; Automatic Screwing Machine, 308, 318; Automatic Screw Machine, Headstock of, 308; Automatic Turret Lathes with Steady Anna. 308 : Bar Automatic Lathes, 308; Food Bracket of Ifin. Bar Lathe, 308; A. Butterworth and Co., 308, 318
  • Automatic Machine, Four-spindle, B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, vi
  • Automatic Machine, Six spindle Vertical, Thomas Ryder and Son, Suppt., 7.9.28. xiii, xiv
  • Automatic Reamer Flute Milling Machine. Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt., 7.9.28, xii

B

  • BORING and Facing Machine', Axle•box, H. W. Kiiltnix and CO., Ltd., 335, 346
  • Boring and Turning Mill, " Hilomill."Planing Machine. Open-sided " Hiloplane," i; Planing Machine. "Veloplane," is : .John Stirk and Sons, Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, i. ii
  • Boring and Turning Mill, 36in. Single, High Power, xv, xvi; 113oring and Turning Mills, Duplex. High Power, 3thn. and 48in., xv and xvi Webster and Bennett, Ltd., Suppt., 7.9.28. xv and xvi
  • Boring Machines, Vertical and Horizontal, C. Richards and Co., Ltd.. 308
  • Broaching Machine; Lathe, Largo Combination Turret. H. W. Ward and Co.. Ltd.. 275. 276
  • Brown and Sharpe Automatic Rod Magazine Barrel Cam and Pusher Mechanism of Rod Magazine, 253: B. and S. Milling Machine, Motor•driven Universal, 253. 254; B. and S. Plain Grinding Machine Driven by Bolt or Motor, 253, 254, 255; Gleason Spiral Bevel Gear Generator. 254, 255; Buck and Hickman, Ltd., 253, 254, 255

C

  • CENTRING Machine, xv; Oil Stone Grinder, xv; John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 7.9.28, xv
  • Cutter and Tool Grinder, Universal, iv, v; Drilling Machin©, Twin-head Multi-spindle, iii, iv; Milling Machine, Vertical, No. 15V, iii; Alfred Herbert, Ltd., Suppt., 7.9.28. iii, iv, v

D

  • DIE-CASTING Furnace, Wild -Blirrwld. automatic and Electric Furnaces, Ltd.. 311
  • Drilling Machine, All-geared Sensitive, xiv;Drilling Machine, Six- spindle xiv; Drilling and Tapping Machine. Vertical, xiv, xv; A. A. 'Jones and Shipman, Ltd., Suppi., 7.9.28, xiv, xv
  • Drilling. Boring, Facing, Tapping and Studding Machine, 6ft. Motor-driven High-speed Radial, ii, iii; Drilling Machine, Oft. Girder Radial, ii; Lathe, Motor-driven Gap Bed, ii; Shaping Machine, Single Traversing Head, ii George Swift and Sons, Ltd.. Suppt., 7.9.2S, ii, iii
  • Drilling Machine, Heavy Duty Radial Motor-driven. 334; Milling Machine, All-geared Horizontal Motor-driven, 334; James Archdale and Co.. Ltd., 334
  • Drilling Machines, Girder Drill. 308: Radial Drilling Machine, 308, 309; Vertical Drilling Machine, 308; IIN'illiam Asquith, Ltd.; 308

E
Electrical Machines :

  • Automatic Starter. Small. for Alternating-current Motors; Multiple Clapper Type Starters for Direct -current and Alternating-current. Machines, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 280
  • Band Saw, Electrically Driven, 255, 256; Lathe, Wood Turning, Electrically Driven, . 255; Wadkin and Co., 255, 256
  • Electrically Driven Maellifir. Tools, John Stirk and Sons, Ltd., Su ppl., 7.9.28,
  • Four-spindle Automatic Machine. vi, vii; Universal Tapping Machine. vii, viii B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., Suppt., 7.9.28, vi, vii, viii
  • Sander, Three-drum Motor-driven, 251; Shaping Machine with Squirrel-cage Motor, 252; Tenoning Machine, Direct Motor-driven, T. Robinson and Son, Ltd., 252
  • Dovetailing Machine, 336; Panel Planing Machine, 336; Planer with Motors for Driving, 336; Sanding Machine, Motor-driven, 336; Thomas White and Sons. Ltd., 336
  • Electric Double-spindle Moulder, T. Robinson and Son, Ltd., and British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 312
  • Grinder, Double Dry, Electrically Driven, B. R. Rowland and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 7.9.28, xvi
  • Grinding Machines, Electrically Driven Rotary Table Surface (;rinder, 337; Reciprocating Table Motor•driven Surface Grinder, 337; Snow and Co., Ltd., 337

Electrical Machines (continued):

  • Motors for Machine Tool Driving, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 251, 252, 311. 312: Rotor Unit, 311; Stator Unit, "Built-in," 311. 312; Built -in Motor, 311, 312: British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., 311, 312

G

  • GEAR Tooth Rounding Machine, 279, 280; Lang Universal Gear-box. 279: Lathe, Tool-room, 279; John Lang and Sons. Ltd., 279. 280
  • Gear Wheel Grinder, ix, x : Grinding Machine, " Intermatie " Internal, viii, ix; Grinding Machine, viii; Grinding Machine. Vertield-mpindle Surface. viii; Churchill Machine Tool Company. Ltd., Rupp., 7.9.28, vii, ix, x
  • Grinding Machine, Railway Axle Journal. Churchill Machine Tool Company. Ltd., 337, 346
  • Grinder, 24in. Electrically Driven Double Dry.xvi; Grinder. I2in. Combined 'Wet and Dry. xvi; B. R. Rowland and Co.. Ltd., &gym., xvi
  • Grinding Machine Driven by 71 H.P. Motor, 277; Grinding Maehine, Vertical Spindle. Flat Su: face, 277. 278; John Lund, 277, 278

H

  • HACK-SAW libide.sharpening Machine, 252, 253; Sawing 'Machine, Rapider," 252, 253; Edward G. Herbert, Ltd., 252, 2:53

K

  • KLINCHA ' Belt Fasteners; " Klincha " Bolt Cutters; " Klincha " Belt-lacing Machine; " Klincha " Vice Tool, W. T. Nicholson and Clipper Company. 311

L

  • LATH K. General Repair, and Grinding Attachment; Lathe. Electrically Driven, 274; Britannia Lathe and Oil Engine Company.Ltd., 274
  • Lathe, Tool-room, with Compensating Thrust Bearing, Holbrook and Sons, 334
  • Lathe. Tool-room. 7Iin. Electrically Driven. Dean. Smith and Orace, Ltd., 336, 336. 346
  • Lathes, All-geared. 8Iin. 278, 279; High-speed, 74in.. 2/8. 279; Vertical-spindle, 277; Colchester Lathe Company, 277-279
  • Lathes, Hydraulic Multiple-tool, Drummond Brothers, Ltd.. 306. 307
  • Lathes. Motor Car Axle and Crank Shaft Lathe. 336. 337. 346; Railway Axle-turning Lathe, 336; Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 336. 337. 346

M

  • MILLING Machine, .‘,Ittiniatie Reamer Flute.xii. xiii Twist Drill Point-Sharpening Machines. xi, xii; Wire Drills in Tool-rooms. Machine for Production of. xiii; Herbert Hunt and Sonm, Suppt., 7.9.28, xi. xii, xiii
  • Milling Machine-4, Novel Type : Plain Milling Machine; Surface Milling Nfachine : Cutter, Face Milling, .1. Parkinson and Son, 307

P

  • P1 P E.SC It EWING Machine. 279, 289; Nall,. -Milling Machine, 278. 280; Kendall JIlie I Gent (1920), Ltd., 278 280
  • Planing Machine. Bevel Gear. 310. 311, 318; Duplex Key-seating and Morticing Machine, 310, 318; Keyway Milling Machine, 311 Smith and Coventry (1927). 1.441.„ 310, 318
  • Planing Machine, Open.sided Crank. xi : Shaping Machine. 32m. Stroke Ball Boaring Super, x, xi; Slotting Machine. Tilting Body.xi; Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd..Suppt., 7.9.28. x, xi
  • Point-sharpening and Point-thinning Machines, Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt., 7,9,28, xi

R

  • ROTARY Cutting af Mae) ins v, vi; Sawing-off Machine, vi; Charles Taylor (Birmingham), Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, v, vi

S

  • SAWING Machines, Hack-saw for High.speed Working. 276; Inserted Tooth Circular Sawing Machine, 276. 277; Pendulum Saw for Light Sections, 276. 277; Charles Wicksteed and Co., Ltd., 276. 277
  • Shaping and Slotting Machine, Vertical, Harry F. Atkins, 274, 275
  • Six•spindle Vertical Automatic xiii, xiv; Thomas Ryder and Son, Ltd., Suppt.. 7.9.28, xiii, xiv
  • Steel. 8.0.13.V.. Details of Test and Result, 300
  • Samuel Osborn and Co., Ltd., 300
  • Storing Rack. Bertram Thomas. 336

W

  • WELDING. Arc, Spot or Butt, Machine. 337, 338; Welding set, Altenusting-current Arc, 338; British Seeheron Company. Ltd., 337, 338
  • ‘‘Woodworking Machinery. Band-sa.. Electrically Driven. 255. 256; Electric Tenoning Machine. 312; Lathe. Wood-turning. Motor-driven, 255; Wadkin and Co., 255, 250

Small Tools, Oils, &C.: 338, 339

  • Collet Chuck, Clare•C'ollets, Ltd., 338
  • Nuts. Bolts. Screws. &e., .‘lfred Beebe., 338. 339
  • Oils, Lubricants, &e'.. Si Ltd., 339

Miscellaneous Articles

A
AERONAUTICS :

  • Aero-engine Problems in Flight. I.."`C tire, R. J. Penn. 546
  • Aeronautical Engines—see Engines
  • Aeronautical Outlook. 41
  • Aircraft in France, 68
  • Airship Mooring System, Improved. Hall-Brown, A..and Others, 704-707, 714
  • Airship, Zeppelin, " L Z 127 " (" Graf Zeppelin "). 372
  • Commercial Flying in Canada, 181
  • Government. Airship " R 101," 226; (Letter). 661—ft4 also Seven-Day Journal
  • Metal Airship Construction. 508, 622
  • " R 101 " Under Construction at Cardington, 598, 622; (Letters). 667, 695
  • AIR Compressor Sets for Bridge-building Operations. Self-contained Oil Engine Driven, 546
  • Airless Inject ion..--see Engines
  • Alexander. J. T. Burton. Plant for Cleaning Passenger Trains, Eastern Railway, France, 652, 660
  • Aluminium Alloy. British Chemical standard, 280
  • All-wolded—see Petrol
  • Alloys of Aluminium, 110.-04rri. (:wyer. Phillip and Mann, 282

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 74, 167, 266, 293, 327, 383, 602, 630, 685

  • American Rolling Mill Practice, 74
  • Anti-friction Bearings, 267
  • Automatic Combustion Control. 383
  • Bascule Bridge, Large. 685
  • Burning Coal in Suspension, 630
  • Central Diesel Power Plant, 630
  • Chicago Sewage Treatment Works, 327
  • Classification of Coal, 685
  • Concrete Revetment for River Banks, 267
  • Detecting Defects in Rails, 74
  • Diesel-Electric Tugs, 74

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Double.acting Diesel Engine, Small, 602
  • Electric Operation of Rolling Mills, 327
  • Electric Pumping Station, 383
  • Electro.chemical Protection of Boilers, 327
  • Elevated Hydro.eleetric Station, 266
  • Geophysical Prospecting for Minerals. 602
  • High Head Hydro.eloctrio Plant. 685
  • Hydro.electric Automatic Control. 167
  • Lignite Fuel for Central Station. 167
  • Long Concrete Viaducts, 293
  • Machine Welding for Structural Steel, 293
  • Machinery in Coal Mining, 167
  • Mechanical Casting of Mee, 74
  • Mississipei Flood Protection, 602
  • Motor.driven Live Rolls, 266
  • Odour and Aeration of Drinking Water, 685
  • Oil.oloctric Shunting Locomotive, 630
  • Old Steel Arch Bridge, 267
  • Plumbing Reward), 327
  • Power Transmission in Textile Mills, 167
  • Railway Electrification in America, 630
  • Sintering Clay for Concrete, 685
  • Stainless Iron for Airships. 602
  • Steam-electric Pumping Plant, 383 : (Letter), 413
  • Steamerh for Automobile Cargoes. 685
  • Suburban Electrification, 167
  • Tunnel Ventilation, 383
  • Wood Preservation in America, 030
  • AMERICAN Engines—see Railway Locomotives
  • American Piano.wire fAbboratory, 5
  • American Shipping Policy, 299
  • American Specification for Waterproofing Material for Portland Cement Concrete, 141
  • Apparatus and Methods for Measurement of the Hertzian Hardness, R. Esnault•Polterie, 180, 196, 220; (Letter), 195
  • Apprentices, 121
  • Arch Dams with Rings of Variable Thickness, F. W. Hanna and T. L. E. Haug, 236
  • Armstrong, J. Clubloy, Pulverised Fuel Locomotives, 495-497

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
Association, British :

  • Annual Meeting, 263. 280, 201, 207, 313, :323, 35 1
  • Craftsmanship and Science. Presidential
  • Address, Professor Sir NVillians Bragg, 263, 289
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions (Letter). 428
  • SECTION A : MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE :
  • Measurement. of Flame Temperatures, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and Mr..J. H. Awbery, 313
  • SECTION F : ECONOMIC SetENcE AND STATICs :
  • Evaporative Cooling of Aoro•engines, Wing. Commander Cave•Brown•Cave, 311
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Aircraft and Railways, A. t. L. Chorlton, 314
  • Rationalisation and Industrial Education. Major L. LTrwick, 352
  • Sono Aspoets of Road awl Rail Transport. Dr. K. G. Fenoloii. 313
  • Standardisation : Its Econonlio Basis, C. Le Maistre, 323
  • Suggestion Schemes, S. Mayor, 313
  • SEel ION F : EVON0MIes, AND SECTION .1 :
  • PsYCHLOOOY :
  • Joint Meeting. Position of Skill in Industry. Discutoion, 314
  • High.frequency Power for Eli.vt rie Traction, Professor W. Cramp. 315
  • 'Jet Wave and its Applications, 1)r. .1. Bart mann. 316
  • SECTION G : ENGINEERING :
  • Opening Meeting :
  • Influence of Engineering on Civilisation,
  • Presidential Address to Section 0, Sir Ellis, 292, 297
  • Engineering Features of the Zuyder Zee Works, W. Thiorry, 291
  • High•pressure Water•tuhe Boilers, H. E. Yarrow, 292

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • Ifrilli(lIttiril)

Association. British (continued) :

  • .lomr 51EKTINO BETWEEN SECTIONs G
  • (1.,NotNeEtiiNci) A N 1) I, (EDUCATION) :
  • "School, University and Practical Training
  • in the Education of t h' Engineer." Discussion. 201

Association, British Waterworks :

  • Pitrk Service Ittwrvuir. $amuel Hall. 121

Association, Diesel Engine Users :

  • )I.irine Oil Engines. Sterry lt. Freeman. .128

Association for Testing Materials :

  • T he N. %% 110 I I 11.11 It It.11, I)t I ,.•r

Institute of British Foundrymen

  • LoNljuN BRAN.
  • Conti nontal Foundry I 429

Institute of Fuel :

  • Conference. Two 1),k..4., .,7 II. 596
  • Programme. 528
  • Presidential Address, 14.)rd Melchett, 570
  • Future President, 570
  • Specific Gravity, Cleaning of Coal by. Dr.
  • R. Leasing, 597
  • Fuel Conservation in Locomotive Practice,
  • Sir Henry Fowler. 596
  • Economics of Coal Production and Distribution :
  • Production and Typo of Colliery Officials
  • and 'Workers Required, George Raw, 597
  • Preparation. Professor Henry Louis, 597
  • Marketing, Captain Roland Addy, 597

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :
Institute of Fuel (continued) :

  • Fuel Control in Industry :
  • Electric Power Stations, Dr.-Ing. F.
  • Munzinger, 597
  • American Practice and Experience, T. A.
  • Peebles, 597
  • Cement Industry, Dr. Geoffrey Martin, 597
  • Chemical Industry. Dr. E. S. Grunoll, 597
  • Fuel Control in Lancashire Boilers, J. R.
  • Edwards, 597
  • Liiffier Boiler, Various Views Regarding, 597
  • Steel Industry :
  • Fuel Control in Forge and Rolling Mill
  • Practice, H. C. Armstrong, 597
  • Fuel Control in Hot-blast Stoves, J. B.
  • Fortune, 597
  • Fuel Control in Open-hearth Practice,
  • J. L. Bentley, 597
  • Liquid Fuel in Open-hearth Furnaces,
  • Martin J. Conway, 597

Institute, Iron and Steel :

  • Autumn Meeting in 13ilhao, 348, 379; Visits and Excursions Programme, 209
  • List of Papers. 209
  • Influence of Pearlitisation Below the AS1
  • Point on the Mechanical Properties of Carbon Steels, Rev. Joaquin Orland, 381
  • Iron Ore Mining in Vizcaya, Jose Balzola, 348, 355, 379
  • Phenomena of Corrosion of Iron and Steel, A. Herrero and M. de Zubiria, 380
  • Transverse Test for Cast Iron, J. G. Pearce, 380
  • Works Visited :
  • Compania Anonima " Basconia," 381
  • Compania Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles, 379
  • Compania Miners de Sotares, 350
  • Echevarria Company, Bilbao, 351
  • Orconera Iron Ore Company, 381
  • Sociedad Espanola Do Construction Naval, 382
  • Spanish Works of Babcock and Wilcox. Ltd., 348

Institute of Marine Engineers :

  • Electricity on Board Ship. A. C. Hardy, 348
  • List of Rewards Offered for Competition, 458
  • Presidential Address. Sir Alan G. Anderson, 326

Institute of Metals :

  • Autumn Meeting at Liverpool, 129. 260, 281 :
  • Programme, 129
  • Constitution of the Alloys of Aluminium with C93er, Silicon and Iron, Messrs. Gwyer, Phillips and Mann, 282
  • Copper-Magnesium Alloys. W. R. D. Jones, 282
  • Corrosion at Discontinuities in Metallic Protective Coatings, U. R. Evans, 281
  • Die casting Alloys of Low Melting Point, Messrs. Russell, Goodrich Cross, and Allen, 282 (Addendum), " Chromium Plating," 420
  • Diecasting of Copper-rich Alloys, Messrs. Genders, Reader, and Foster. 282
  • Laboratory Experiments of High-temperature Resistance Alloys, MOSSf14. Smithells, Williams and Avery, 282
  • Non-ferrous Metals in the Shipping Industry. Lecture, F. G. Martin, 260
  • Properties and Production of Aluminium Die-castings, Messrs. Archbutt, Grogan, and Jenkin, 282
  • Report, Eighth, of the Corrosion Research Committee, It. May, 281
  • Rockwell Hardness Test, K Malam, 282

Institution of Automobile Engineers :

  • Integrity of the Technical Man, Preesidential Address, L. H. Hounsfield, 429
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • Conference on Drying, 574
  • Programme, 574

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • October Examinations, 1928, Pass List (Interim), 571
  • Presidential Address, Transport. at Home and Abroad, Sir Brodie H. Henderson, 508
  • Reclamation by Dredger in an Enclosed Area, Harry C. Weston. 10
  • Tunnel Construction and Main Line Deviation on the Central Railway of Peru, Frank Frederick Hixson, 528

Institution of Electrical Engineers :

  • Conitinuounly Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cables. A. K Foster and Others, 690
  • Overhead Power Lines, W. B. Woodhouse. 661
  • Presidential Address, The Electrical Industry, Lieut.-Colonel K. Edgcumbe, 526
  • Sir Joseph Swan's Electrical Work, Lecture,.James Swinburne, 712
  • Summer Meeting in Scotland. 8 Bruce Peebles and Co.. Ltd., Works at Edinburgh, Visits to Bruce Peebles and Co.'s Works and to the Works for the Lochaber Water Power Scheme, 8, 9. 12
  • North-Western Branch, Joint Meeting, 524
  • Up-to-date Cotton Mill Power Plant, A. B.
  • Monition, 524

Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in

  • Scotland
  • President is I Address. I:. I). Moore, 153

Institution of Locomotive Engineers :

  • Pulverised Fuel Locomotive Armstrong, 495-497

Institution of Mechanical Engineers :

  • Annual Dinner,453
  • Presidential Address, R. W. Allen, 452
  • Elections, 568
  • Passible Vibration of a Ship's Hull Under the Influence of an Unbalanced Engine, Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, Professor W. E. Dalby, 625
  • Power Transmission by Belts, Dr. H. W. Swift, 568; (Letters), 602. 639. 667, 695
  • Report on Maehinability, K 0. Herbert, 679, 692 J. Clubley

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

  • Summer Meeting at Southampton :
  • Visits to Supermarine Aviation Works;
  • J. Samuel White and Co.; Ordnance Survey Department Headquarters, 5 Cunard Liner " Aquitania "; H.M.S. " Barham " H.M.S. " Victory," 5 Portsmouth, Various Works; Electricity Works; Main Drainage Pumping Station; Gasworks; Waterworks,115 R.A.F. Seaplane Station at Calshot Pirelli Cable Works; Southampton Electricity Works; Southampton Waterworks, 5
  • NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Joint Meeting, 524
  • Power Transmission by Belts : Investigation of Fundamentals, Dr. H. W. Swift. 638
  • Science of the Workshop, Lecture, W. Taylor, 686
  • Joint Meeting, Up-to-date Cotton Mill Power Plant, A. B. Wham', 524

Institution of Mining Engineers :

  • Programme, -In I
  • List of Papers, 401
  • Visits, 401
  • Thirty-ninth Annual General Meeting, 401

Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :

  • Presidential Address, Triple and Quadruple-expansion Steam Engines, Maurice S. Gibb, 513
  • Losses of Efficiency in Steamship Performance, J. Denholm Young, 556

Institution of Water Engineers :

  • Corrosive Attack of Moorland Water on Concrete, W. T. Halcrow and Others, 664

Aeronautical Society,:

  • Aero-engine Problems in Flight, Lecture. R. J. Penn, 546
  • Corrosion of Light Alloys, H. Sutton, 461

Newcomen Society, :

  • Summer Meeting at Stourbridge, 15
  • Visits to Chain-making Works, Baylis and Co., Ltd.; Bradley's Rolling Mills; Flint Glass Works Fire-clay Industry, and Others; Annual Dinner and Papers Read, 15
  • " AUTOMA " Tube Expander, Friho Manufacturing Company, 1,td., 90

B

  • BAKER, G. S., Notes on the Design of Propellers, 122, 139
  • Balzola, Jose, Iron Ore Mining in Vizcaya, 348, 355, 379
  • Batson, R. G., Strength of Low-carbon Steels at High Temperatures, 707
  • Beardmore-Caprotti Marine Steam Engines, 236
  • Bear-Trap and Chanoine Weirs on the Ohio River, 718, 719
  • Belgium, Ten Years of Reconstruction in, 606
  • Belts—see Power Transmission
  • Birkenhead, New River Entrance Lock to Alfred Dock, 60
  • Boiler Breakdown, 546
  • Boiler Manufacturing and Boiler Engine 'ring Plant at Renfrew Works, 628-630, 632
  • Books of Reference, 95, 113, 374
  • Bragg, Professor Sir William, Craftsmanship and Science, 263, 289
  • Brand System—see Coal
  • Bridge, The Now Cobden, Southampton 478 : (Letter), 512
  • Bridges, Two New Concrete, in Now Zealand, 354
  • Bridge, The Valley, Scarborough, 169
  • Brimsdown—see Electrical Matters
  • Britain and African Motor Trade, 325
  • British Chemical Standard Aluminium Alloy. 280
  • British Engineers' Association, 67

BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :

  • General Meeting, 458

B.E.S.A. Specifications :

  • Automobile Parts, 237
  • Bull-head Railway Rails, 494 : (Note), 655
  • Chemical Lead, 10
  • Concrete Kerbs, Channels and Quadrants, 527
  • Derrick Cranes, 10
  • Electrical Performance of Transformers for
  • X-ray Purposes, 574
  • Locomotive, Carriage and NVagon Axles, 442
  • Painting Materials, 442
  • Regulus Metal, 10
  • Round Strand Steel Wire Ropes for Lifts and'
  • Hoists, 10
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coal, 655
  • Ships Boats Davits and Stowage, 75
  • Sparking Plugs, 153
  • Tars for Road Purposes, 10
  • Three-pin Wall Plugs and Sockets. 185
  • Twist and Straight Flute Drills, 75
  • BRITISH Foundrymen—sec Associations
  • British Machine Toole at Olympia—see Separate
  • Section of Index
  • British Patents, 519; (Letters), 555, 639
  • Hurrator Reservoir Enlargement, 220
  • Bushings—see Condenser

C

  • CABLE Charge—see Exposition
  • Cableways for the Nag Hammadi Barrage. John M. Henderson and Co., Ltd., 284, 288
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 702
  • Calendar Equations and the Critical State of Steam, 378

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 237 469

  • Canadian Iron Ore, 237, 469
  • Frood Nickel Mine, 237
  • Proposed Central Terminus for Montreal, 237
  • Riviera des Prairies Development, 237
  • Water Power in Canada, 469
  • CANADIAN Mining Industries, 174. 177
  • Cars-see also Railways
  • Cartography of the Empire. 19
  • Case Hardening-see Iron and Steel
  • Catalogues, 19, 77, 103, 157, 185, 213, 269, 301, 357, 529, 559, 640, 699, 725
  • Cauvery Dam, Mwhines for Building, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 683-685, 688
  • Chain Grate Stoker at Renfrew Works, 628, 632
  • Charfield-see Railways

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • See also World Fuel Conference
  • Brand System of Burning Pulverised Coal, 320
  • Great Western Railway and the Export Coal Trade, A. H. Warom, 209
  • International Conference on Bituminous Coal, 224; (Paragraph), 433
  • Modern Coke Oven Plant at Parkgate.Rotherham, 168, 189, 190, 191, 202
  • Powdered Fuel at Cadeby Pit, Doncaster, Donaby and Cadeby Company, 466
  • Pulverised Coal for Use at Sea, Presidential Address, R. D. Moore, 453
  • South German Coal Market, 236
  • CO BIYEN -see Bridge
  • Compressors, Rotary and Turbo, 206, 233
  • Concrete Revetment for River Banks, 494
  • Concrete-see also Corrosive
  • Condenser Bushings Used with Synchronising Equipment, 48
  • Condenser Puzzle, 489. 689; (Letters), 512. 555, 602, 639
  • Condition of Industrial Research, 232
  • Continental-see British Fou9,drymen
  • Continuously Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cable, A. E. Foster and Others, 690
  • Contracts, 26, 54, 80, 131, 188, 216, 241, 329. 362, 389, 417, 445, 469. 499, 531, 559, 587, 615, 643, 674, 699
  • Co-operative Production Scheme (Priestman-Atkinson System), G. W. Tripp, 30
  • Corrosion at Discontinuities in Metallic Protection Coatings, U. R. Evans, 281
  • Corrosion of Light Alloys, 461
  • Corrosion-see also Iron and Steel
  • Corrosive Attack of Moorland Water on Concrete, W. T. Halcrow andoOthers, 664
  • Cost of Noise, 525
  • Cotton Mill Power Plant. Up-to-date, A. B. Willson, 524
  • Couplings, Shaft, Flexible and Resilient, Wellman Bibby Company, Led., 46
  • Craftsmanship and Science, Professor Sir William Bragg. 263, 289
  • Crane, Level-luffing, Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 100
  • Crane, New Steam, Self-propelling Jib, Bedford Engineering Company, 528
  • Crane, Powerful Floating Block-setting, 428
  • Cranes, Railway Breakdown, Craven Brothers, Ltd., 322
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 24, 52, 78, 104, 132, 158, 186, 214, 242, 270, 302, 330, 360, 390, 418, 446, 472, 502, 532, 560, 588,
  • 016. 644, 672, 700, 726

D

  • DA1.131', Professor W. E., Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture. Possible Vibration of a Ship's Hull Under the Action of an Unbalanced Engine. 625
  • Dam, The Lloyd, at Bhatgar, 604, 607
  • Dam•building Machines, for Cauvery, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 683-685. 688
  • Darbymhi re, H., Internal Grinding, 112
  • Darlington Accident-see Railways
  • Death of Mr. Edward V. Johnson, 459
  • Derby Works-see Iron and Steel
  • Diagramming-see Railway Locomotives
  • Diecasting Alloys of Low Melting Point, 282
  • Diecasting of Copper-rich Alloys, 282; (Addendum), " Chromium Plating," 420
  • Diecastings, Aluminium, Properties and Production of, 282
  • Diesel-electric Vessels-see Ships
  • Docks-see also Tilbury
  • Drills-see Machine Tools; also Pavement : also Rock Drill
  • Dynamic Loading on Locomotive Wheels, Professor George Lomonossoff, 58, 83, 108

E

  • EDGECUMBE. Lieut.-Colonel K., The Electrical Industry, 526 •
  • Edgwic1c Works of Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 248
  • Education of Salesmen, 436
  • Educational Intelligence, 301, 404, 471
  • Efficiency-see Ships

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Agricultural 11-ark, Electrical Power Development for, 2
  • American Electric Mine Hoist, 34
  • Automatic Sub-station in AlcIwych, A Now,
  • Equipment by General Electric Company, Ltd., 040
  • Barton Power Station Extension and Equipment, 600, 601, 030
  • Battersea Electricity Works, Extensions at,44
  • Benjamin Electric Company's Works, Visit to, 266
  • Brimsdown Power Station, North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Company,
  • 009
  • Built-up Electrical Machines, 290
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 293
  • Constant-current Electric Driving on the "Austin " System, 552
  • Continuously Loaded Submarine Telegraph
  • Cable, A. E. Foster and Othelo, 690
  • Coventry Corporation's Electricity Supply, Longford Power Station, 491, 492, 493.4, 522, 523
  • Design of Power Stations, 93

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Diesel-electric Vessels—see Ships
  • Electrical Industry, Lieut.-Colonel K. Mg-cumbe, 526
  • Electric Motors and Control Switchgear, 151
  • Elect rival Research, 42
  • Electric Rivet Heaters, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 722
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions, Discussion, 351
  • Electricity in Steel Works, 251
  • English Electric Company's Stafford Works
  • Demonstration of Wilkinson Change Circuit System; Demonstration Automatic Sub-station; Shops; Switchgear; Transformer; Heavy Engineering, &c., 66, 70
  • Exposition of Cable Charge and Discharge. Francis G. W. Tree, 686
  • Extra-high Pressure Step-down Transformer Station, 198
  • Ferranti Works, 32
  • General Electric Company's " Magnet " Works, 457
  • Gravesend Electricity Works, 441
  • Grid Coupling Switches, Siemens Schuckert, 006
  • Improving the Load Factor, 577
  • Klingenberg Power Station and 80,000.k W Turbo-generators, 620-622, 648-651 (Two-page Supplement, December 7th, 1928)
  • Light-controlled Electrical Circuits, 542
  • Lighting Sets, Blackstone and Co., Ltd.; Petters, Ltd., 654
  • Locomotives and Railways, Electric—see Railways and Railway Locomotives
  • Maentwrog Generating Station and Electricity Supply in North Wales, 430, 431, 434, 450-457, 484-486, 514-516, 518
  • Neon Indicator, 510
  • No. 3 Lister Drive Power Station, Liverpool, 422-425, 450-452, 460, 476-478, 509
  • North Wales Electricity Supply—see Maentwrog
  • Overhead Power Lines, W. B. Woodhouse, 661
  • Padiham Station of the Lancashire Power Company. 56, 82; (Letter), 127 (Supplement, July 20th, 1928)
  • Preston-Blackpool Transmission Line, 668
  • Pumping Plant, Electric, for Storm Water at Nuneaton, 525
  • Quick Repair, 720
  • Railway Electrification, 520
  • Rural Electrification, 148
  • Scotland, Summer Meeting of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Visits Paid, 8, 12
  • Self-contained Turbo-generator, Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 364, 365, 376
  • Switchgear at the No. 2 Barton Power Station, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 636
  • Transformers, New Method of Shipping, 427
  • Turbo-generator, 2250-kVA, 6000-Volt, Allgemeine Electricitats Gesellschaft, 16
  • Welding Dynamo, New Electric, Alloy Welding Processes, Ltd., 386; (Correction). 417
  • Wheel Lathe Electric Control Panel, Watford Electric and Manufacturing Company, 584
  • Wick Electricity Supply, 599; (Addendum), 630
  • Wireless Exhibition at Olympia, 343
  • ELLIS, Sir William, Presidential. Address, Influence of Engineering on Civilisation, 292. 297
  • Employee-Directors, 128

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • See also Agricultural Machinery
  • Airless Injection Oil Engine, 935 1.3.11.1'., 324
  • Coal Dust Motor, Dip.-Eng. R. Pawlikowski, 353
  • Cooling of Aero-engines, Wing-Commander Cave-Brown-Cave, 314
  • Double-acting Two-stroke Oil Engine, 4000
  • B.H.P., Vickors-Armstrongs, Ltd., 230, 234
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Aircraft and Railways, A. E. L. Chorlton, 314
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Farm Work, 654
  • Heavy Oil Engine Ploughing Windlass, 654
  • High-compression Solid Injection Oil Engine, 200 H.P., Browett, Lindley and Co., Ltd., 150
  • High-power Motor Boat Engine, 344
  • " Hult " High-compression Internal Combustion Motor, 374
  • Internal Combustion Engine for Locomotive, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Ltd., 580
  • Main and Auxiliary Engines for the Nelson Motor Liner " Highland Monarch," 402, 403
  • Marino Oil Engines, Sterry B. Freeman, 428
  • Oil Engine, 11,700 B.H.P., for Power Station Work, M. Gereke, 128
  • Oil Engines at Smithfield, John Fowler and Co.; Blackstone and Co., ate., 654
  • Niter Oil Engines, Large, Westland Works, Yeovil, 404
  • Triple and Quadruple-expansion Steam Engines, Maurice S. Gibb. 513
  • ENGINEERING Conference at Tokyo, 690
  • Engineering Features of the Zuyder Zee Works, .1. W. Thierry, 291
  • Engineering and Indian Agriculture, 176
  • Engineering, Summer School of, 298
  • Emnault•Pelterie, R., Apparatus and Methods for Measurement of the Hertzian Hardness, 180, 196, 220; (Letter), 195
  • Evans, U. R., Corrosion at Discontinuities in Metallic Protection Coatings. 281
  • Excavators, Large American Electric, 354
  • Excavators, Large Electric, 525
  • Exhibition Hall at Leipzig, New, 117

EXHIBITIONS

  • Machine Tools at Olympia—see Separate
  • British Section of Index Model Engineer Exhibition, 325
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 394
  • Royal Show at Nottingham, 2, 35, 88;(Letter), 127
  • Smithfield Club Show. 654
  • Textile Machinery Exhibition at M kindless et, 583
  • Wheless Exhibition at Olympia, 343
  • EXPOSITION of Cable Charge and Discharge, Francis G. W. Tree, 686

F

  • FARM, All-electric, Visit to an, 87
  • Ferranti Works, 32
  • Ferry-see Ships
  • File, A Now, Lorene°, Ltd., 720
  • Finniecome, J. R., Flexibility of Plain Pipes, 162, 199, 218, 246
  • First-aid and Rescue 'Work in Mines, 144
  • Flan es, Tire--act Railway Locomotives
  • Flexibility of Plain Pipes. J. R. Finniecome, 162, 199, 218, 246
  • Flood Water-ace Pumps
  • Flying-see Aeronautics
  • Forest Products Research Laboratory. 115. 120
  • Forging Machine for Repetition Work, B. and S. Massey, Ltd.. 556
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 26, 54, 80 106 188. 216, 244, 272, 304, 332. 362. 392, 420, 448. 474, 604, 534, 562, 590, 618, 646, 674, 702, 728
  • Foster, A. E., and Others, Tho Continuously
  • Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cable, 690
  • Fowler, Sir Henry, on Fuel- Conservation in Locomotive Practice, 596
  • Freeman, Sterry B., Marine Oil Engines, 428

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES : 25, 63, 79, 105, 133, 159. 187, 215, 243, 271, 303, 331, 361, 391, 419, 447, 473. 503, 533, 561, 589, 617, 646, 673, 701, 727

  • Accidents Prevention, 187
  • Air Ports, 701
  • Air Service, 303
  • Algerian Public Works. 447
  • Alsace Canal, 105
  • Artesian Wells, 133
  • Aviation, 391, 419, 617
  • Barrage Reservoirs, 645
  • Big Electre-magnet, 79
  • Canalising the Moselle, 503
  • Coal, 617. 673
  • Colliery Catastrophe. 25
  • Colonial Railways, 243
  • Colonial Works, 215
  • Commercial Vehicles. 589
  • Curved Viaduct, 419
  • Diesel-electric Locomotives, 361
  • Electric Canal Haulage, 645
  • Electrical Distribution. 53
  • Engineering Industries. 419
  • Engineering and Prices. 447
  • European Coal Pact, 271
  • Flood Protection, 617
  • Foreign Trade. 133, 243. 361, 473. 727
  • German Reparations, 187
  • Harbour Works. 187, 503
  • Industrial Activity, 701
  • Industrial Heating. 25
  • Inexplicable Wreck, 533
  • Labour Deficit, 603
  • Labour in the Saar, 133
  • Lorry Developments. 589
  • Low-temperature Distillation, 643
  • Machine Tools, 617
  • Merchant Marine, 673
  • Metal Railway Coaches, 159
  • Motor Cars, 331
  • Motor Trade. 561
  • Nautical Exhibition, int
  • Navy, The, 53, 645
  • New Railways, 561
  • Normalisation, 473
  • Outlawry of Tariffs. 303
  • Paris Metropolitan, 187
  • Paris Termini; 105
  • Paris Traffic, 533
  • Paris Water Supply, 331, 503
  • Peat Congress. 79
  • Peculiar Aeroplane Accident, 187
  • Pig Iron Production, 391
  • Port Improvements. 673
  • Port of Strasburg. 79
  • Public Transport.. 331
  • ,Public Works. 243
  • Pyrenees Railway, 79
  • Rail and Road Traction, 215
  • Rail Union, 419. 561
  • Railway Electrification. 701
  • Railway Material. 303, 727
  • Railway Progress. 589
  • Railway Signals, 673
  • Railways. New, 361
  • Railways and Waterways, 533
  • Rationalisation, 391
  • Reclaiming the Camargue, 133
  • Reinforced Concrete, 473, 533
  • Reparations, 727
  • Road and Rail Transport. 361
  • Rural 11'ater Supply, 391
  • Saar Dispute, 159
  • Sales Organisations. 473
  • Seamen's Strike. 503
  • Seaplane Catapult, 271
  • Sewage Farms. 331
  • Shipbuilding, 53
  • Signal Control, 447
  • Smoke Abatement, 419
  • Stabilisation. 53
  • Steamer's Air Service, 243
  • Steel Consumption. 105
  • Steel for Export, 215
  • Steel Pact, 159
  • Stool Trade. 303, 361, 643
  • Steel Union, 25
  • Submarine Loss, 447
  • Trade Situation, 561
  • Traffic Problem. 105
  • Trans-Saharan Railway. 25, 133
  • Tube Union, 271
  • Water " Verdunisation," 159
  • FRENCH Motor Car Industry, 408
  • Fuel Research, Excerpts from Report of Board, 373
  • Fuel-ace World Conference; also Institute of Fuel

G

  • GARAGE, Mechanically Operated, 312
  • Gas Lighting of Trains. 605
  • Gas Producers for Boiler Furntros, 260
  • Gas Producers for Fusion of Ashes. 34
  • Gas Research, Laboratories at Fulham, Gas Light and Coke Company, 113
  • Gibb, Maurice S., Triple and Quadruple.expansion Steam Engines, 613
  • Gravel and Sand Treatment Plant. Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 92, 96
  • Gravesend see Electrical Matters Green, E. N., Unusual Flood Water Pumping Operation in Norfolk, 60
  • Grinding., Internal, H. Darbyshire, 112
  • Guadalquivir. Control of the, 325
  • Gwyer, Phillips and Mann, Messrs.. Constitution of the Alloys of Aluminium with Copper, Silicon and Iron, 282

H

  • HADFIELDS, Ltd., Visit to, 74
  • Halcrow, W. T., and Others, Corrosive At tank of Moorland Water on Concrete, 664
  • Hall, Samuel, Heaton Park Service Reservoir. 124
  • Hamburg Smoke Abatement Society for 1927,
  • John B. C. Kershaw, 1 l 1
  • liammersmith—see Pumps
  • Heaton Park—ace Water Supply
  • Henderson, Sir Brodie Haldane, Transport at Home and Abroad, 508
  • Herbert, E. G., Report on Marhinability, 679, 692
  • High-frequency Power for Electric Traction, Professor W. Cramp, 315
  • High-pressure Water-tube Boilers, H. E.
  • Yarrow, 292
  • High-temperature Resistance Alloys. Messrs. Smithells. Williams and Avery, 282
  • Hixon, F. F., Tunnel Construction and Main Lino Deviation on the Central Railway of Peru, 528
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants, Some Recent Canadian, 136 (Two-page Supplement, August 10th, 1928)
  • Hydroelectric Power in the Punjab, 18
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Lochaber, 8, 9, 12

I

  • IDLENESS and Output Records. Gent and Co.,
  • lAd., 97
  • Indian Irrigation, 1921-1926. 42
  • Indian Monsoons of 1927. Reginald Ityves, 537
  • Industrial Situation, Professor J. H. Jones. 638
  • Industrial Welfare Society, Lecture Conference at. Oxford. 75
  • Influence of Engineering on Civilisation. Sir William Ellis, 297
  • Injortor, Locomotive Exhaust Steam. 178
  • Integrity of the Technical Man, L. H. Hounsfield, 429
  • Internal Grinding, H. Darbyshire, 112
  • International Association for Testing Materials, 583
  • International Conference—,ace Coal
  • International Congress on Bridge and Structural Engineering, 59
  • International Railway Congress at Mairid in 1930, 64

'IRON AND STEEL :

  • Algoma Steel Works, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, 488, 494
  • Case-hardening of Steels by Nitrogen, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 637
  • Corrosion of Iron and Steel, A. Herrero and M. do Zubiria. 380
  • Derby 1Vorks of International Combustion. Ltd.. 544, 548
  • Electricity in Steel Works. 231
  • Iron Ore Alining in Vizcaya. Jose Balzola. 348, 355. 379
  • Jamshedpur Iron and Steel Works. Tata Iron and Steel Compativ, Ltd., 572, 576
  • Low-carbon Steels at High Temperatures.Strength of, R. G. Batson, 707
  • Painting of Steel Chimneys, A. H. D. Markwick, 543
  • Round versus Square Transverse Bars for Grey Cast Iron, J. G. Pears°, 437
  • Spanish Ironworks Visited by Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Compania Anonima " Basconia," 381
  • Compania Miners de Setares, 350
  • Echevarria Company's Works, 351
  • Orconera Iron Ore Company, 381
  • Sociedad Espanola de Construction Naval, 382
  • Spanish Works of Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 348. 349, 379
  • Steel Casting, A Very Large, Camino!! Laird and Co.. Ltd., 442
  • Steel Railway Sleepers, 549, 661, 666
  • Transverse Test for Cast Iron, J. G. Pearce. 380

J

  • JAMSHEDPUR—see Iron and Steel
  • Japanese Engineering Conferences. 462
  • Jefferson, Carl J., and Others, Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes During 1927-1928, 581
  • Jet Wave and its Applications, Dr. J. Hartmann. 316

K

  • KALICA-SIMLA—ace Railway Locomotives
  • Kershau% John B. C., Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Dalmarnock, 651
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Report of the Hamburg Smoke Abatement Society for 1927, 111
  • Kilns, Experimental Wood Drying, Arrangements of, 116

L

  • LABORATORY, Research, in British Timber,
  • Princes Riaborough, 115, 120
  • Laboratories, Gas Light and Coke Company, 113
  • Laboratories—see Safety in Mines

LABOUR MATTERS :

  • Apprentices, 121
  • Employee-Directors, 128
  • Railways and Labour Costs, 122
  • LATHES-see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 51, 80, 103, 160, 188. 213, 244, 299, 329, 359, 389, 417, 445, 499, 559. 587, 61.5, 671, 725

LEADERS:

  • Aeronautical Outlook, 41
  • Aircraft in France, 68
  • American Cruiser Programme, 633
  • Apprentices. 121
  • Aptomatic Train Control, 634
  • HFitish Association, 289
  • British Engineers' Association, 67
  • Built-up Electrical Machines, 290
  • British Patents, 518
  • Calendar Equations and the Critical State of Steam, 378
  • Charfield Railway Disaster, 436
  • Condition of Industrial Research, 232
  • Condenser Puzzle, 489
  • Condenser Puzzle Again, 689
  • Continuously Loaded Submarine Telegraph Cables, 690
  • Corrosion of Light Alloys, 461
  • Darlington Railway Accident, 14
  • Design of Power Stations, 93
  • Education of Salesmen, 436
  • Electrical Research, 42
  • Electrically Propelled Ship, 348
  • Engineering Conference at Tokyo, 690
  • Engineering and Indian Agriculture, 176
  • Foreign Merchant Shipping. 231
  • French Motor Car Industry, 408
  • Gas Lighting of Trains, 605
  • Gas Producers for Boiler Furnaces, 260
  • Improving the Load Factor. 578
  • Japanese -Engineering Conferences. 462
  • Limitation of Naval Armament, 377
  • Limitation of Road Traffic, 435
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes. 606
  • Locomot ive Performance, 716
  • Machine Tools. 319
  • Mon and Management, 462
  • Now Australian Squadron, 203
  • New White Star Liner, 550
  • Noise and Doctors, 94
  • Ocean Liners, 147
  • Outlook for Shipping and Shipbuilding, 520
  • Overhead Power Lines, 661
  • Powdered Fuel for Locomotives. 490
  • Railways and Labour Costs, 122
  • Railways and Real Transport, 259
  • Recovery of Waste Heat, 204
  • Rural Electrification, 148
  • Salving of Submarines, 715
  • Steel Railway Sleepers, 549
  • Steel Sleepers, 661
  • Tank Engines and the Track, 320
  • Ten Years Ago, 347
  • The " Victory " and the " Barham," 13
  • Trade and Engineering on the Continent 173
  • Traffic Noises, 407
  • Veneration of Theory, 577
  • LEIPZIG. New Exhibition Hall at. 117 1.e Maistre. C., Stan lardisation-Its Economic
  • Basis, 323
  • Leasing. Dr. R., Cleaning of Coal. Separation by
  • Specific taavity, 597

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

  • England, North of. 22. 50, 76, 102, 130, 156, 184 212. 240. 268. 300, 328. 359. 388. 416, 444, 470, 500, 530, 558, 586, 614, 642, 670, 698. 724
  • Lancashire, 21, 49, 75, 101. 129, 153, 183, 211. 240, 267, 299, 328, 357, 387, 415, 443. 469. 499, 529. 557', 585. 613, 641, 669, 697, 723; *(Correction) Note, 587 31i.lInnds and Staffordshire, 21, 49, 75. 101. 129, 155, 183, 211, 239, 267, 299, 327. 357. 387, 389, 415, 443, 469, 499, 529, 557, 585, 613. 641. 669. 697, 723
  • Scotland. 23. 51. 77. 103, 131, 157, 185. 213, 241, 269, 101, 329, 359. 389. 417, 445, 471, 501, 531, 559, 587, 615, 643, 671, 699. 725
  • Sheffield, 22, 50, 76, 102. 130, 156, 184, 212, 240, 268, 300, 328, 358, 388. 416, 444, 470, 500, 530, 558, 586, 614, 642, 670, 698, 724
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 23, 51, 77, 103, 131, 157, 185, 213, 241, 269, 301, 329, 359, 389, 417, 445, 471, 501, 531, 559, 587, 615, 643, 671, 699. 725

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Airship " It 1 n 1 Zinc.eadminm Solders,.
  • Boulton and Ltd., 667; H. S. Rowell, 667. 695
  • Belt Drives, Geo. T. Pardee. 602, 695 31.1. Mech. E., 639; Sulzer Brothers. 667
  • Breakdown Equipment-see Railway, &e.
  • Brinell and Hertzian Hardness, G. A. Hankins. 195
  • British Patents, A. Williams Price, 639
  • Cable Makers and the Post Office, LI. 13. Atkinson. 286
  • Cobden Bridge, Southampton, H. W. Fitz-Simons, 512
  • Compressed Air Brake. F. W. Brewer, 512
  • Condenser Puzzle, F. C. Miens, 512; Paul Conte, 555: G. and J. Weir, Ltd.. 602;
  • W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 639
  • Derailments. A. Morrison. 21
  • Electricity Supply, Small Consumer, 126
  • Fifty-period Alternating Current. for Railway
  • Traction, William P. Durtnall, 95, 152. 195; Goo. T. Pardee, 126, 172
  • Indian Market, W. Allsup, 722
  • Is Static Balancing of Rotors Sufficient
  • Hans Heymann. Dr.-Ing., 285; H. S.
  • Rowell, 344; 0. P. Haigh, 383
  • Padiltam, J. A. Vice, 127
  • Patent Law Reform, C. F. Deady Marshall. 555
  • Permeability and Permittivity. Allan Monkhouse, 429
  • Position of Colliery Mechanical Engineer, Old
  • Engineer. 153
  • Railway Breakdown Equipment and Work,
  • A. Morrison, 153. 316; J. G. B. Sams, 172;
  • Writer of the Article, 172 K M. H. S., 195
  • Recovering Bucket front Deep Well, Arthur F. Fowler. 127
  • Recovery of Waste Heat, 0. K Hider, 224 :
  • Joseph Adamson and Co.. 225. 383;
  • W. Gregson, 225. 344; M.I. Meek E.. 316
  • Royal Show, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 127
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):
  • Safety Razor Blades, 13. A. Curran, 20;
  • W. A. Tritton. 69; Gregor MacGregor, 95. 127; E. Hulse. 127; S. H. de La
  • Mare, 127 : A. S. L. Barnes, 127; F. M. Finley. 127
  • Salvage of Submarines, F. H. Boden, 722
  • Standardised Engine Testing Apparatus,
  • Ernest W. Potter, 602; A. E. L. C. 667;
  • IV. A. Tookey, 667: H. Ravenshaw, 695
  • Static Balancing—see Is Static Balancing, &c.
  • Steam Pipe Joints a Century Ago, Your Humble Servant. 316
  • Tank Engines and the Track. John Riekie, 413
  • Turbo-electric Drive for Ships, H. C. Dinger, 722
  • Veneration of Theory. John D. North, 602
  • Waterworks Efficiency, S. P. Christie, 413
  • LIGHT and Works Efficiency, 429
  • Limitation of Road Traffic, 435

LITERATURE :
Reviews :

  • Abrasive Hnndbook, F. B. Jacobs, 33
  • Agricola's De re Metallica, Translated into
  • German by Carl Sehiffner, 551
  • Alfred Yarrow : His Life and Work, Lady
  • Yarrow, 205
  • Applied Elasticity, S. Timoshenko and J. 31.
  • Lessells, 290
  • Artificial Silk, log. M. F. Reinthaler, 551, 716
  • Cleaning of Coal, IV. R. Chapman and R. A.
  • Mott, 378. 635
  • Design, Construction and Maintenance Of
  • Docks. Wharves. and Piers, F. 31. Du-Plat -
  • Taylor. 68
  • Diu Werkstoffe kir den Bau Chemiseher
  • Apparate. Dr. A. Furth, 551
  • Economies of Coal Mining, R. W. Dron, 551
  • Elements of Highway Engineering A. H.
  • Blanchard and R. L. Morrison, 437, 551
  • Enamels : Their Manufacture and Application to Iron and Steel IVare, 437, 634
  • Evolution of Industrial Organisation, Professor B. F. Shields. 33
  • Foundations. William Simpson. 69
  • Gases and Liquids : Contribution to Molecular Physics..1. S. Haldane. 691. 717
  • Geology of Petroleum and Natural Gas,
  • Professor E. R. Utley, 521. 663
  • Handbook of Mechanical Refrigeration, H. J.
  • Macintire. 113, 579
  • Highway Engineering : A Text-book for
  • Students of Civil Engineering. John H.
  • Bateman. 176
  • Industrial Management, R. H. Lansburgh, 437. 578
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1928, Oscar Parkes
  • and F. E. MeMurtrie. 663
  • Les Cycles irreversibles of la Turbine, Van
  • den Bossche. 579. 691
  • Letters to an Absentee Director, J. Lee, 290, 521
  • Marten Triewald's Short Description of tho
  • Atmospheric Engine, Newcomen Society, 463
  • Modern Roadmaking. H. Bradley and C. C.
  • Hancock. 15. 148
  • Port Studies . . . Western Ports of the
  • North Atlantic, Brysson Cunningham, 324. 662
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges, IV. L. Scott, 290. 521
  • Sales Engineer. Gilbert Rigg, 205
  • Spectroscopy of the Extreme Violet Ray,
  • T. Lyman. 579. 635
  • Studies in Molecular Force. llei bort Chatley, 14
  • Telephone and Power Transmission, It.
  • Bradfield and W. J. John, 33
  • Treatise on Chemical Engineering, Geoffrey
  • Martin, 232
  • Underground Practice in Mining, Bernard
  • Beringer. 324. 579
  • Viscosity of Liquids, E. Hatsehek, 490, 662
  • Short Notices :
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and
  • Practice. 579
  • Brassfounders' Alloys, J. F. Buchanan, 15
  • Engineering Education Essay for English,
  • Ray Palmer Baker. 63.5
  • Engineer's Year Book for 1928, H. R. Kempe
  • and W. H. Smith. 15
  • Excavating Machinery. W. Barnes. 15
  • Handbook Encyclopedia of Engineering 551, 579
  • Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario,
  • Its Origin, Administration and Achievements, 1928, 521
  • Mail and Passenger Steamshipsof the Nineteenth Century. Captain H. Parker and
  • F. C. Bowen. 290. 635
  • Manual of Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 290
  • Preparation of Coal for the Market, Henry
  • Louis, 15
  • Recovery and Use of Industrial 'Wastes,
  • J. B. C. Kershaw. 324. 521
  • Steam Condensing Plant, J. Evans, 15
  • Volumetric Glassware, Verney Stott, 437. 579
  • Wireless, the Modern Magic Carpet. Ralph
  • Stranger, 635
  • Books Received :
  • ABC of Storage Battery Management, E. C.
  • McKinnon, 579
  • Administration Report of the Aden Port
  • Trust for 1927-1928, 521
  • Administration Report of the Commissioners
  • for the Port of Rangoon, 579
  • Aerologic, et Aerodvnamique, E. Roe, 551
  • Aeroplanes. Seaplanes th
  • anes and Aero-engines,
  • Captain P. H. Summer, 551
  • Agricultural Research in 1927. 691
  • Alkaline Accumulators, J. T. Crennel and
  • F. M. Lea. 579
  • Alternating.current Motors and Starting
  • Gear, L. F. Wood, 290
  • Annales des Travaux Publics do Belgique.
  • Octobre, 1928. 463
  • Annali dei Lavori PubblicimMaggio, 1928, 233; Luglio, 1928, 521; Agosto, 1928, 579; Settembre, 19.28.691
  • Annual Report of the Chamber of Shipping
  • of the United Kingdom, 1927-1928, 15
  • Application of the Mines (Working Facilities
  • and Support) Act, 1923, Part IL, W. T.
  • Lane and J. H. Roberts, 551

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • A.S.T.M. Tentative Standards, 1928, 635
  • Automaton or the Future of the Mechanical
  • Man, H. Stafford Hatfield, 599
  • Balistique Exterieure Theorique, G. Sugot, 290
  • Balistique Interieure : Theorique of Tables
  • Numeriques, G. Stigot, 290
  • Bauvorschrift en fekr Flugzeuge. 551
  • Bibliography of Metallic Corrosion. W. H..1.
  • Vernon, 579
  • Book of Remarkable Machinery. Ellison
  • Hawks. 15
  • Bradford Technical College : Diploma and
  • Special Day Courses. 233
  • British Floods and Droughts. C. E. P.
  • Brooks and J. Glasspoole, 579
  • Bulletin of the British Cast Iron Research
  • Association, No. 21, 233
  • Bulletin of the Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario. Vol. XV.. 263
  • Bulletin de la Societe d'Encouragement pour
  • l'Industrie Nationale, 691
  • Bureau of Standards Journal of Research
  • (Department of Commerce). U.S.A., 463
  • Canadian Trade Index. 1928, 579
  • Car Maintenance and Repair. A. W. Judge. 113
  • Cements, Limes and Plasters, Edwin C.
  • Eckel. 324
  • Chemical Engineering ARplied to the Flow
  • of Industrial Gages, steam. Water and
  • Liquid Chemicals, Geoffrey Martin. 91
  • Chemical Plumbing and Leadburning, E. 13.
  • Part ington. 579
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Department of Technology, Programme. 1928-1929, 15
  • City of Liverpool, Report of the Water Engineer for Twelve Months Ending March 31st. 521
  • City of Providence, R.I.. Annual Report of
  • the City Engineer for 1927. 148
  • City of Salford, Electrical Engineer's Alumni
  • Report. &c., 324
  • Collected Scientific Papers of John James
  • Waterstone. J. S. Haldane. 717
  • Concrete : Plain and Reinforced. Vol. II..
  • Theory and Design of Continuous Beams.
  • Ste.. the Late F. W. Taylor and Others. 551
  • Conduction of Electricity Through Gases,
  • Vol. I., Sir J. .1. Thomson. 599
  • Des Forderliiihenverhaltnis der Kreiselpumpen nit die ideale and wirklicho Fltissigkeit, Dr.-Ing. W. Schulz. 561
  • Definitions and Formulae for Students :
  • Electrical, P. Kemp, 663
  • Definitions and Formulae for Students :
  • Heat Engines. A. Ri-nmer, 663
  • Descriptive Geometry. W. H. Kirchiner and
  • H. C. T. Eggers, 15
  • Dio Bestimmung der Dauerfestigkeit der
  • knotbaren veredelbaren Leichtmetallegiortingen, Dr.-Ing. It. 1Vagner, 463
  • Dielectric Phenomena. 11.. Electrical Discharges in Liquids, S. NVIiitehead, 324
  • Die Misstande boi dor Reichsbahn, R.
  • Hummel, 551
  • Driving Chains and their Application to
  • Power Transmission, K. 13. Jacob, 599
  • Durban Corporation : Water Engineer's
  • Report for Municipal Year Ended July 31st. 1927, 233
  • Economics of Rail Transport in Great
  • Britain. Vol. I.. Development; Vol. II.,
  • Rates and Service. C. I'. R. Sherrington, 408
  • Electrical Sub-stations. H. Brazil, 378
  • Electrical Transmission and Distribution,
  • Part I.. R. O. Kapp. 521
  • Elements of Hydrology, A. F. Meyer. 233
  • Elimination of Waste, Simplified Practice -Ono-piceo Porcelain Insulators, 290
  • Engineers, The Groat, Ivor B. Hart, 290
  • Engineering Workshop Manual, Ernest. Pull. 324
  • Exhaust Steam Engineering. Charles E.
  • Darling, 324
  • Famous 'trains, C. C. Allen, 351
  • Future of Tin, H. Oakley and Evan Prichard. 663
  • Garcko's Manual of Electrical Undertakings
  • and Directory of Officials. 1927-1928. 635
  • Gasfernversorgung We Isaclise ns, L. Li t insk y. 408
  • General Properties of Matter, F. H. Newman
  • and V. H. L. Searle, 599
  • Gentlemen Prefer Aeroplanes. E. F. Spanner. 233
  • Graphic System of Calculating Rates and
  • Freight Charges, T. Martin Jones 521
  • Handbook for Oxy-acetylene Welders, L. M.
  • Fox. 663
  • Handling London's Underground Traffic,
  • .7. P. Thomas, 551
  • Hints to Coal Buyers. bout-Commander
  • C. E. Evans. 579
  • H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE PUBLICATIONS :
  • Bristol Fighter. Mark IV., 324
  • British Rainfall. 1927. 437
  • Building Science Abstracts. Vol. I.. 290
  • Causes of Failure in Wrought Iron Chains.
  • H. J. Gough and A. J. Murphy, 15
  • Collected Researches of the National
  • Physical Laboratory, Vol. XX., 1927, 148
  • Connection Between Lift and Circulation
  • for an Inclined Flat Plate. A. Fago and
  • and F. C. Johansen. 290
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 90
  • Determination of the Horse-power Height
  • Factor of Engines. tte.. Reports of
  • Aeronautical Research Committee. 290
  • Empire-grown Sisal and its Importance to
  • the Cordage Manufacturer, October, 1928, 579
  • Fire Protection in Factories. 290
  • Hyderabad Aircraft, Air Ministry. 324
  • Ignition of Firo-damp by the Heat Impact
  • of Rocks, M. J. Burgess and R. V.
  • Wheeler. 663
  • Jaguar Series III.a Ammo-engine, 408
  • Mechanical and Physical. Properties of
  • Timbers : Tests of Small Clear Specimen. C. J. Chaplin, 233
  • Report of the Departmental Committee on
  • Examination of Masters and Mates, 579
  • Report on the Economic Conditions in
  • France in 1928, J. R. Cahil, 663

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE PUBLICATION/4
  • (continued) :
  • Report on the Trade, Industry and Finance
  • of Syria, H. E. Satow, 290
  • Researches on Springs : The Surging of
  • Engine Valve Springs, Andrew Swan and
  • L. G. Savage, 463
  • Siskin ILIA. Aeroplane Jaguar Engine, 324
  • Structure of Vortex Sheets . . . Aeronautical Research Committee of the Air
  • Ministry, A. Far and F. C. Johansen. 324
  • Study of Absenteeism in a Group of Ten
  • Collieries, Report, &c., H. M. Vernon
  • and T. Bedford, 290
  • Support of Underground Working in the
  • Coalfields of South Midlands and South
  • England, 579
  • Tests of a Metal Aircrew in a Closed
  • Tunnel, &c., H. C. H. Townend and
  • J. H. Warsap, 290
  • Tests of Some Home-grown Timbers in
  • their Green Condition, &c., 290
  • Hydraulic Memoranda and Formulae, 551
  • Illustrated Technical Dictionaries, Vol. II.,
  • Electrical Engineering and Electro-chemistry, Alfred Schlomann, 324
  • Impurities in Metals, Colin J. Smithells, 113
  • Industrial Tyneside, Henry A. Mess, 490
  • Introduction to Advanced Heat, Ivor B.
  • Hart, 408
  • Introduction to the Theory of Eddy Current
  • Heating, C. R. Burch and N. R. Davis, 437
  • Installation of Electric Lighting and Heating,
  • F. H. Taylor, 324
  • Investigations of Fuels and Fuel Testing, 1926, 490
  • Investigations of Mineral Resources and the
  • Mining Industry. 1926, Canada, 463
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute, 233
  • Journal of the Institute of Metals, G. Shaw
  • Scott, 324
  • Journal of Iron and Steel Institute, G. C.
  • Lloyd, 324
  • Journal of the Municipal College of Technology, Manchester, 290
  • Kinematics of Machines, G. L. Guillet, 90
  • Land Drainage and Reclemation. 9. C.
  • Ayres and D. Scoates, 599
  • L'Enseignement Technique, Bulletin Men•
  • stud du Musee Profossionnel de l'Etat it
  • Morlanwelz-Mariemont, 233, 463
  • Les Routes Mrionnes de l'At !antique :
  • Apercu Metborlogique, A. Baldit, 551
  • Life and Work of Sir Norman Lockyer, T.
  • Mary Lockyer and Winifred L. Lockyer, 663
  • Mathematics for Engineers, Part I., W. N.
  • Rose, 90
  • Measurement of the Discharge of the Nile
  • through the Sluices of the Aswan Dam,
  • H. F. Hurst and D. A. F. Watt, 691
  • Memoirs and Addresses of Two Decades,
  • Dr. J. A. L. Waddell, 717
  • Metropolitan Water Board. Report-for Year
  • ending March 31st, 1928, 551
  • Mineral Resources of the United States,
  • Part I., Metals; Part II., Non•Metals
  • F. J. Katz, 437
  • Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Physical
  • Department, Meteorological Report for
  • the Year .1922, 113
  • Modern Methods of Concrete Making, A. E.
  • Wynn and E. S. Andrews, 551
  • Modern Steam Boilers, E. Pull, 490 •
  • Moro Machines, Percy M. Baker, 635
  • Motor Manual, 1928, 490
  • Motor Shipping : New Era in Sea Transport,
  • A. C. Hardy, 599
  • Naval Operations, Vol. I V., Text, and
  • Vol. IV.. Maps, Sir Henry Newbolt, 579
  • North Staffordshire : Its Trade and Com•
  • memo, 1928, 437
  • Note on Composite index Numbers for
  • Indian Railways, W. G. Barnett, 290
  • Notes on the Sermoning of Timber, .1. T.
  • McCormick and R. E. Summers. 663
  • Parallel Tables of Loge.rithins and Squares,
  • C. K. Smoley, 324
  • Parallol Tables of Slopes and Rises, C. K.
  • Smoley, 324
  • Patent Law and Practice, A. W. Griffiths, 290
  • Practical Industrial Furnace Design, M. H.
  • Mawhimiey, 691
  • Present •day Developments in Machine Tools,
  • K W. Tipple, 691
  • Principles and Practice of the Dilution
  • Method of Sewage Disposal. W. E. Adoney, 15
  • Probability and its Engineering Uses. T. C.
  • Frv, 15
  • Problem of Motor Transport : An Economic
  • Analysis, C. T. Brunner, 324
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Civil
  • Engineers, 579
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Heating
  • and Ventilating Engineers, 1926-7, Vol.
  • XXV., 437
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Mocha.
  • nical Engineers, Vol. I., January-May, 1928, 551
  • " Proceedings " of the South Wales Institute
  • of Engineers, Vol. XLIV., 579
  • " Proceedings " of the Staffordshire Iron and
  • Stool Institute, 691
  • Production Design, J. K. Olson, 599
  • Proposed London and Paris Railway, W.
  • Collard, 691
  • Prospectus of University Courses in the
  • Municipal College of Technology, Mane
  • cheater, 378
  • Quarterly Bulletin of the institution of
  • Engineers. Australia, Vol. V.. No. 19, 521
  • Railways, W. V. Wood and Sir Josiah
  • Stamp, 437
  • Report of the Indian Road Development
  • Committee, 1927-1928, 717
  • R.I.B.A. Calendar, 1927-1928, 324
  • Schmiermittel and ihre richtige Verwendunge
  • Dr. Curt Ehlers, 437
  • Scientific American Cyclopedia of Formulas, 148
  • Shearing Machines for Steel Works, F. H.
  • Roberts, 599
  • Siberian Days, A. Noble, 490
  • Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France.
  • Memoires et Compte Rendu des Travaux, 463

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • South American Handbook, 1929, J. A.
  • Hunter, 691
  • Staffordshire County Council, Report of
  • Medical Officer of Health, 1927, 551
  • Strain Energy Methods of Stress Analysis,
  • A. J. Sutton Pippard, :378
  • Strength of Materials, M. Merriman, 437
  • Strength of Materials, A. Morley, 579
  • Structural Engineering, .1. Husband and W.
  • Hurly. 437
  • Studies in Magnets and Magnetism, R. Wild. 233
  • Success on Irrigation Projects, J. A. Wieltsoe. 691
  • Supervision of Building AVork and the Duties
  • of a Clerk of the Works, J. Leaning, H. J.
  • Leaning, 15
  • Surveying : Theory and Practice, R. E.
  • Davis and Others, 148
  • Tabellen Maximalquorkrafte und Maximal-memento durchlaufender Triiger, W.
  • Kapforer, 551
  • Technical Data on Fuel, 437
  • Technical Papers of Ariya Inokuty, fic.,
  • Tokyo, 463
  • Technisches Hilfsbuch, Schuchardt und
  • Schutt. A.G., 113
  • Th6orie caleul et Construction des Cheininees
  • d'Usine, E. Lafon, 324
  • Theory and Design of Structures, Ewart S.
  • Andrews, 90
  • Theory of Film Lubrication, R. 0. Boswell, 521
  • Tin Companies Position, 551
  • Tolley's Income Tax Chart Manual, C. H.
  • Tolley, 324
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Civil
  • Engineers of Ireland, 290
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Naval
  • Architects. Vol. LXX., 1928, 490
  • Twentieth Report of the Hydro-electric
  • Power Commission of the Province of
  • Ontario, 90
  • Ubor die Schmicrschicht in Gleitlagern und
  • ihro Messungdurch Interferenz, Dr.-Ing.
  • R. Wolff, 551
  • Ubersicht fiber Kinematik, Mechanismen
  • and Vorsehaltgetreihe, H. J. Knab, 463
  • Union dos Iugenieurs mortis des Eenleq
  • Speciales de Louvain. Revue Trimestrielle, 463
  • WArmotechnik im Schiniede., wan., and
  • Hartereibotrieb, Dr.-Ing. F. Bailin, 691
  • Water Engineering, The Late C. Lagg and
  • F. Johnstone Taylor, 635
  • Wave Mechanics and the New Quantum
  • Theory, A. Haas, 635
  • W.E.Z. Export Directory of German Manufacturers, 1928. 551
  • Winter Construction Methods, C. S. Hill. 599
  • AVorkshop Practice, Part I., E. A. Atkins, 521
  • LLOYD Dam at Bhatgai, 604, 607
  • Lloyd's Register—see Ships
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 8, 9, 12
  • Lomonossoff, Professor George, Dynamic Loading on Locomotive Wheels. 58, 83, 108
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation at Dunston
  • Power House, 411
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Dalmarnock. John B. 0. Kershaw, 651

M

  • MACHINABILITY, K G. Herbert, 679, 692

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Machine Tools at Olympia—see Separate
  • Section of Index.
  • Drilling Machines; Bending Press; and Planing Machines at Renfrew Works. 628-630, 632
  • Lathe, Re-turning for Axle Journals, John Hetherington and Sons, Ltd., 154
  • Machine Tools and Workshops at Edgwick Works of Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 248
  • MAINTENANCE Problems—see Water Supply Mahlon, A. B., An Up-to-date Cotton Mill Power Plant, 524
  • Manchester Gasworks Accident, Report, 153
  • Marketing Problems in India, 668
  • Markwiek, A. H. D., Painting of Steel Chimney* 543
  • Marshall, C. F. Deady. Outlook from a Locomotive. 622
  • Martin, F. G., Lecture, Non-ferrous Metals in the Shipping Industry, 260
  • Measurement of Flame Temperatures, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and Mr. J. H. Awbery, 313
  • Men and Management. R. Allen, 452, 462
  • Mercury Vapour Rectifiers at Shoreditch, 689
  • Metal Airships—see Aeronautics
  • Metals, Non-ferrous, in the Shipping Industry, Lecture, F. G. Martin, 260
  • Meter, Precise Liquid, S. F. Bowser anti Co., 710
  • Mill—see Cotton, also Paper
  • Mine Hoist, American Electric, 34
  • Mines—bee First-aid
  • Mining Industries, Canadian, 174, 177
  • Modelling a Factory Site, H. Williamson, 711
  • Montreal, Works at, of Canadian Vickers, Ltd. 592

MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA : 394, 438, 464, 482
Cars :

  • A.D. Motors, Ltd. Austro-Daimler Car, Original Type of Frame, 21 H.P., Six Cylinders, 465
  • Alvin Car and Engineering Company, Ltd., Sporting Car, 12-50 H.P. Four-cylinder front Wheel Drive Engine, Carburetter, Solex Manufacture, 464, 465
  • Armstrong-Siddeley 12 H.P. Six-cylinder Small Car, 395, 396
  • Arrol-Aster Eight-cylinder Engine with Burt-McCollum Single-sleeve Valves, 482
  • Austin Motor Company, 20 H.P. and 16 H.P. Six-cylinder Cars, 12 H.P. and 7 H.P. Four-cylinder Cars, 438; 16 H.P. Light Six-cylinder Saloon Car, 438, 439; 7 H.P. Car, Certain Alterations, 439
  • Bentley Motors. Ltd., 6-Litre Six-cylinder Chassis, Twin S.W. Carburetters, New Design Radiator, 464
  • Brocklebank and Richards. Ltd., 15 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis, 482
  • Crossley Motors, 15.7 H.P. Overhead Valve Type Engine, Six-cylinder Fabric Saloon, 395,396
  • Daimler Company. (1) "Double-Six" "50" Enclosed-Limousine, 49.4 H.P.; (2) 35-120 H.P. Six-cylinder Enclosed Landaulette, Daimler Automatic Carburetter, Lanchester Vibration Damper; (3) "Double-Six" "30" Saloon, 31.4 H.P., Two Automatic Carburetters, Lanchester Vibration Damper; (4) 25-85 H.P. Six-cylinder Enclosed Landaulette; (5) 20-70 H.P. Six-cylinder Enclosed Limousine, 465
  • Hadfield-Bean 14-70 H.P. Four-cylinder Monobloc Engine, Fabric Body Saloon, 395,396
  • Hillman 19.7 M.P. Eight-cylinder Saloon Car, 482
  • Humber Company — see also 9 and 10 H.P. Cars — Four Models, 9.28 H.P. Four-cylinder. 14.40 H.P. Four-cylinder, 16.51i H.P. Six-cylinder with Self-energising Brakes to all Wheels, Bendix-Perrot Three-shoe Type; 20.65 H.P. Six-cylinder with Humber-Perrot Front Wheel Brakes, 465
  • Lanchester "Straight-Eight" 30.8 H.P. Monobloc Engine, Eight Cylinders. Saloon Car, 394,395
  • Morris Company, " Morris Minor " 8 H.P. Four-cylinder " Baby " Car, Automatic Lubrication, 439; 17.7 H.P. Six-cylinder, Entirely Now Model, 439
  • Riley 14 H.P. Six-cylinder Riley Saloon Car, 482 — see also 9 and 10 H.P. Cars
  • Rolls-Royce 40-50 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis, 21-6 H.P. Chassis, 465
  • Rover Company, 10-25 H.P. Four-cylinder Chassis, 2-Litre 15.7 H.P. Six-cylinder Chassis, Rover Engine Timing Chain Drive, Rover Sportsman's Coupe, 440
  • Star Engineering Company, Ltd., New Star Steering Damper. 483
  • Sunbeam Motor Car Company, 20 H.P. Enclosed Drive Limousine, four-wheel Brakes, Six Cylinders, Overhead Valves. Centrifugal Pumps. etc, 438,439. Coach-built Saloon on Same Chassis, Entirely New Design as Limousine, 439
  • Wolseley Company, Five Models, 12-32 H.P. Four-cylinder, 16-45 H.P. Six-cylinder, 21-60 H.P. Eight-cylinder, 21-60 H.P. Six-cylinder, 32-80 H.P. Eight-cylinder; Details of the New 21-60 H.P. Six-cylinder and of the New 32-80 H.P. Eight-cylinder, 482 9 and 10 H.P. Cars 483
  • Clyno. 9 H.P. Car, 483
  • Fiat, Four-seater Coupe, 9 H.P. Engine, 483
  • Humber, 9 H.P. Four-cylinder Car, 483
  • Leyland Motors. Trojan 10 H.P. Four-cylinder Horizontal Two-stroke Engine; Four-seater Touring Car, also Saloon Body. 483
  • Riley. 9 H.P. Four-cylinder Monaco Fabric Saloon Car. 483
  • Standard, 9 H.P. Four-cylinder Car, 483
  • Swift Car, 10 M.P., Side-by-side Valves, 483
  • Other Cars in the " Baby " Class :
  • Jewett Car. 7 H.P., Two Horizontal Opposed Cylinders, 464
  • Peugeot Car, 7 H.P., Four-cylinder, Side-by-side Valves, 464
  • "Singer Junior." 7.78 H.P., Four-wheel Brakes; " Singer Junior " Sunshine Saloon, Novel Body Work, Self-locking Adjustable Hood. 464
  • Triumph Cycle Company. Four-cylinder Engine, Side-by-side Valves, Hydraulic Four-wheel Brakes (Lockheed). 7-9 H.P., 464
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Magnetos; Coil Ignition Equipment; Starting and Lighting Sets; 483; Combined Magneto-coild Ignition Sets for Four, Six, and Eight-cylinder Cars; 483,484
  • M.L. Magneto Syndicate, Ltd., Magnetos with Two Cobalt Steel Magnets, 484
  • Accessories :
  • Motor Pistons, Ltd., Aluminium Alloy Pistons, 484
  • Simms Motor Units, Ltd., Magnet Device for Separating Particles of Iron and Steel from Lubricating Oil, 484
  • Some Features of the Show : 394,438
  • Bodies, All-metal or Fabric Saloon, 394
  • Brake Systems Four Wheel Brakes, 438
  • Chromium Plating, Advantages, 438
  • Combustion Chamber and Position of Valves, 438
  • Coupe, Four-seater, 394
  • Cylinders. Number and Capacity, 394
  • Eight-cylinder Engines, Numerous Makes Exhibited. 465
  • Free-wheel Systems, Clayton-Currin "Coaster," Clayton Wagons. Ltd., 438;
  • Millam on Arrol-Aster Cars, 438
  • Ignition, Coil and Battery, 394
  • Transmission Systems, 394
  • Pneumatic and Hydraulic Power, Lockheed Hydraulic System, 438
  • MOTOR Trade, Britain and African, 325
  • Motor Traffic, Signals for, 344

N

  • NAG Mammal Barrage. Cableways for, John M. Henderson and Co.. Ltd., 284.288
  • Naval Matters—see Ships Neilson, James Beaumont, Life of. 432
  • Neon Indicator, Philips Lamps, Ltd., 51U
  • Noise and Doctors, 94
  • Noise Problem on the Tubes, 414
  • Nottingham, Royal Agricultural Society's Show at, 2, 35, 88

O

  • OBITUARY :
  • Boyd, George, 512
  • Chamen, William Ashcombe (Portrait ), 205
  • Collingwood, Sir William, KALE., 512
  • Diplock, W. J. H., 655
  • Donald, P. D., 19
  • Eadie, Andrew, 578
  • Fox, William, 437
  • Jenkin, Captain C..1., 655
  • Kennedy, Sir Alexander, F.R.S. (Portrait), 511
  • Mattinson, Henry, 256
  • Newbigin, Henry Thornton, 4911
  • Perkins, L. P., 458
  • Shaw, Osman, 458
  • Simpson, Arthur Telford, 490
  • Thornycroft, Sir John Isaac (Portrait), 0
  • Tweedale, Samuel, 378
  • Vernon, Percy Venable's, 95
  • OIL-SKIMMING Pump, Drysdale and Co., Ltd.. 237
  • Outlook-sec Railway Locomotives

P

  • PADIHAM-see Electrical Matters
  • Painting Rough-cast Concrete, Satisfactory Method, 119
  • Painting of Steel Chimneys, A. H. D. Markwiek, 543
  • Panama Canal Extensions, 47
  • Paper Dryer, Minton Vacuum, 2'22
  • Paper Mill. Newsprint, at Quebec, Anglo•
  • Canadian Pulp and Paper Mills, Ltd., 506
  • Paper Mill and Power Plant in Northern Ontario, 536 (Two-page Supplement, November 16th, 1928)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 79, 159, 447
  • Batteries and Accumulators. 25
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 53, 79, 331, 361
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 332, 673
  • Crushing and Grinding. 79
  • Dynamos and Motors, 79, 105, 133. 159. 187, 215, 243, 271, 303, 361, 391, 447, 473. 503, 589, 017
  • Electrical Appliances, 53, 105, 133, 187, 504 673
  • Engines. Internal Combustion, 53, 105, 187, 303, 391, 503. 589, 645
  • Furnaces. 160, 243, 272, 473
  • Gas Producers, 53, 106, 331, 645, 727
  • Lighting and Heating, 362, 533, 589
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances. 53, 106, 133, 160, 272, 392. 419. 447. 533, 645, 673, 728
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments. 25, 106. 133, 160, 188, 243, 272, 362, 447, 473. 561, 618. 64.5, 673. 701, 727
  • Metallurgy, 272, 362
  • Mining Machinery, 80, 331, 561, 618
  • Miscellaneous, 26. 53, 54, 80, 106, 134, 188, 216. 243, 303, 332, 362, 392, 420. 447. 533. 561. 590, 645. 674, 702. 728
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 188. 561
  • Ordnance and Armour, 474
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 160, 216
  • Ships and Boats, 26, 216, 728
  • Steam Generators, 133, 215, 243, 419, 389, 617
  • Switchgear, 25. 79. 159, 215. 271, 361, 391, 419, 473, 503, 590. 645, 701
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 25. 215, 331, 361, 419. 447, 504, 533, 590, 617, 645, 701
  • Tramways and Railways, 80, 106, 134, 160, 188, 474, 533, 674
  • Transformers and Converters, 79. 303. 331, 473, .503, 673, 727
  • Transmission of Power, 25, 79. 106. 133, 159, 216, 243, 303. 419, 473. 561, 617, 701, 727
  • Turbine Machinery, 25, 133, 215, 391, 419, 701
  •  %%rater Purification, 188, 392, 701
  • PAVEMENT-TESTING Core Drill, Sullivan Machinery Company, 238
  • Pearce, J. H., Round versus Square Transverse Bars for Grey Cast Iron, 437
  • Peat Industry at Alfred, Ontario. .566
  • Penn. R..1., Acre-engine Problems in Flight, 540
  • Ponydarren Tram Plate and Bar, J. F. J. Reynolds. 481
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 34, 80, 106, 134. 160, 185, 211, 241, 267, 301, 329, 339, 392, 417, 443, 471, 501, 531, 559, 587, 615, 643, 702, 725
  • Petrol Storage Tanks. All-welded, Commonwealth Oil Refinery Company. 696
  • Phenomena Taking Place on Detonation of
  • Dynamite Cartridge, Effect Shown by
  • Photography. 119
  • Piccadilly-see Railways
  • Pipes-see Flexibility
  • Piston Ring. Twin. Lancaster and Tonge, Ltd.. 1 497
  • Plasticine-see Modelling
  • Ploughing Machine, Windlass, .1. and H. I
  • Mac Laren, 654
  • Portland Cement Concrete, American Specification for Waterproofing Material for. 141
  • Poultney, E. C., Now York Central Express
  • Passenger Locomotives, 538. 539,.564, 594
  • Powdered Fuel for Locomotives, 490
  • Powdered Fuel Plant for Colliery. Fraser and
  • Chalmers Engineering Works, 466 1
  • Power Transmission by Belts, Dr. H. W. Swift, 508, 038; (Letters), 602 639, 667, 095
  • Preston-Blackpool Transmission Line, 668
  • Print Developing Machine, B..1. Hall and Co.,
  • Ltd., 266 1
  • Propellers-see Ships 1
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes during 1 1927-1928, Carl J. Jefferson, Commander
  • J. S. Evans, and Commander .1. Broshek, 581

PUMPS :

  • Electric Pumping Plant for Storm Water at Nuneaton, 525
  • Hammersmith Storm Water Pumping Station, 142, 146
  • Oil-skimming Pump, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 237
  • Sewage. Pumping Station at Strood, New, 486
  • Unusual Flood Water Pumping Operation in Norfolk, E. N. Green, 60
  • Vacuum Pump, New Form, H. Friberg, 97
  • PUNJAB, Hydro-electric Power in the, 18

Q

  • QUICK Repair, 720 •

R RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :
General :

  • Articulated Steam Rail Coach fur Egypt,
  • Clayton Wagons, Ltd., 414
  • Automatic Train Control, 634
  • Charfiold Railway Disaster, 436, 457
  • Gan Lighting of Trains, 605
  • Plant for Cleaning Passenger Trains, J. T.
  • Burton Alexander, 652, 660
  • Railway Breakdown Cranes, 322
  • Railway Breakdown Equipment and Work,
  • An Assistant. Locomotive Superintendent, 85. 322; (Letters), 153, 172, 195, 316
  • Railway Electrification, 520
  • Railways and Labour Costs, 122
  • Railways and Road Transport. 259
  • Road and Rail Transport, Some Aspects of,
  • Dr. K. J. Fenelon, 313
  • Steel Railway Sleepers, 549
  • Steel Sleepers, Sandberg Type, 666
  • Tank Engines and the Track, 320; (Letter), 413

British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Algoma Steel Works and Railways. Ontario, 488, 494
  • Darlington Railway Accident., 14
  • Great Western Railway and the Export Coal
  • Trade, A. H. Waren), 209
  • Piccadilly-circus Station, 34
  • Steel Sleepers, Southern Railway, 666
  • Third-class Sleeping Cars, L. and N.H. Railway, 325

Foreign :

  • Eastern Railway of France, Plant for Cleaning Passenger Trains. .1. T. Burton Alexander, 652, 660
  • Transpyrenean Railways, 109
  • Tunnel Construction and Main Lino Devia•
  • Lion on the Central Railway of Peru, F. F. Hixon, 528

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :
General Matters :

  • Depth of Locomotive Tiro Flanges, 141;
  • (Paragraph ), 201
  • Diagramming of Locomotive Workings,
  • J. G. B. Hams, 426
  • Heavy Oil Engine Locomotive, Kerr, Stuart
  • and Co.. Ltd., 580
  • Internal Combustion Locomotives, 481
  • Locomotive Exhaust Steam Injector, 178
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, 606, 611
  • Locomotive Performance. 716
  • Outlook from a Locomotive, C. F. newly
  • Marshall, 622
  • Passenger Locomotive, 850 lb. Pressure, Swiss
  • Locomotive and MachinesWorks. 4155-658
  • Tank Engines and the Track, 320; (Letter), 413

British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Eight-coupled Superheated Locomotives for
  • Ceylon. Hunslot Engine Company. Ltd., 256, 258
  • Electric Shunting Locomotives for Australia, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical
  • Company, Ltd., 182
  • G.I.P. Railway, Express Passenger Electric
  • Locomotive, 114
  • Kitson-Meyer Locomotives on the Kalka-Simla Railway, 480 (Two-page Supplement,
  • November 2w.1, 1928)

Foreign :

  • American Ten-coupled Goods Engines, 237
  • New York Central, Express Passenger Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 538, 539, 563, 594
  • Pulverised Fuel Locomotive, German State
  • Railways, Allgemeine Elekteicitiits Gesellschaft, 594-497
  • Steam and Fuel Economy Devices on American Locomotives, 197
  • Three-cylinder Narrow-gauge Locomotives for Columbia, 680
  • RATIONALISATION and Industrial Education, Major L. Urwick, 352
  • Rand Water Board—see Water Supply
  • Reclamation by Dredger in an Enclosed Area,
  • Harry C. Weston, 10
  • Recovery of Waste Heat, 204; (Letters), 224, 225, 316, 344, 383
  • Rectifiers, Mercury Vapour, at Shoreditch, 680
  • Renfrew Works, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 628-630, 632
  • Reorganisation of an Industrial Power Plant, 2250-kVA, 6000-Volt Turbo-generator, Allgemein° Electricitats Gesellschaft, 116
  • Research in British Timber, 115, 120
  • Reservoirs—sec Water Supply
  • River Regulation—see Bear-trap
  • Rivet Heaters—see Electrical Matters
  • Road Grader, A 13ritish, J. and F. Howard,
  • Ltd., 353
  • Road and Rail Transport. Dr. K. J. Fonelon, 313
  • Road Transport. Railways and. 259
  • Rock Drill Holder, Keith, Orme and Co., 73
  • Rotary Truck Tippler, Strachan and Renshaw,
  • Ltd., 720
  • Rotary and Turbo Compressors, 206, 233

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW AT NOTTINGHAM : 2, 35. 02. 88; (Letter), 127
Implements and Machinery :

  • Engines, ltonz Airless Injection Diesel;
  • Compound Steam Ploughing Engine;
  • Plough for Windlass Work, &c., 3. and
  • H. McLaren, Ltd., 64
  • Engines, Heavy Oil, Gam, Petrol, and Paraffin Engines, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 37, 38; National Gas Engine Company, 37, 88
  • I.C. Cableploughing Engine, 70 H.P.;
  • Locomotive, 40 H.P., Petrol Shunting;
  • Copping's Skim-knife Coulter; Motor
  • Roller, 8•Ton • 15-Cwt. Motor Winch,
  • John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 3, 4, 5
  • Engines with Ricardo Detachable Cylinder
  • Head, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 62
  • Engines, Oil, Hopper•cooled Paraffin; Largo
  • Cold-starting, Spring Injection Oil; Vertical Petrol Engines for Small Electric
  • Lighting Sets, Blackst one and Co., Ltd., 89;
  • (Letter), 127
  • Engines, Single and Three-cylinder Vertical
  • Crude Oil, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 63
  • Engine, 60 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Surface
  • Ignition Oil; Petrol and Paraffin Engines,
  • Petters, Ltd., 62; (Correction), 160
  • Fire Engine. Hatfield Motor, Fire Pumps,
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 89
  • Home Lighting Plant, Self-contained,
  • Paraffin or Petrol; Petrol Engines, Pumps,
  • Windmills, Weighing and Thrashing Machines, Fairbanks, Morse and Co.. Ltd., 88
  • Light Railway Track with Internal Combustion Locomotive for Transport of Farm
  • Produce, Sugar Beet Wagon, Double Side-tipping Wagon, 6-Ton Internal Combustion
  • Locomotive, &c., Robert Hudson, Ltd., 2, 4
  • Mowing Machine Knife Head, Harrison,
  • McGregor and Co.. Ltd.. 64
  • Pasteurisers. Horizontal and Vertical; Monel
  • Metal Dairy Plant, Monet-Weir, Ltd., 63
  • Ploughs, Balance and Two-furrow; Petrol
  • Locomotive, 25 B.H.P. 3-Ton : Harrows,
  • Hoes, Cultivators, &c., James and
  • Frederick Howard, Ltd., 89
  • Ploughs, " Motrac," " Weetrac," • &c.;
  • Thrashing Machines, Traction Engines,
  • Electric Motors, 21 H.P. Induction Motor for Agricultural %York, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 62
  • Rake, Horse. Self-acting : Rake, Side-delivery. Combined Tedder and Swath
  • Turner, Nicholson and Sons, Ltd., 63
  • Refrigerating Machine, " Hallmark," J. and
  • E. Hall, Ltd.. 62
  • Road Roller, Diesel, Burford and Perkins, 90
  • Road Rollers, Crude Oil, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 38; K R. and F. Turner, Ltd., 38
  • Road Roller, 4-Ton Crude Oil; Concrete
  • Mixer, " One Bag," Avoling and Porter,
  • Ltd., 63
  • Rollers, Steam Road; Portable Steam
  • Engine, 00 B.H.P. Oil Engine, Thrashing
  • Machines, Concrete Mixers, &c.. Marshall,
  • Sons and Co., Ltd., 2, 4
  • Rollers, Tandem Steam, Four Now Type
  • Motor; Engine, 60 B.H.P. Two-cycle Cold-starting Oil, Robey and Co., Ltd., 63
  • Root Thinner, William Aitkenhoad, 90
  • Steam Wagons, Six-wheeled, Peden*, Ltd., 36; Sentinel. Waggon Works, Ltd., 36 :
  • . Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company. 35
  • Thrashing Machines, Folding Elevator, Chain
  • Rail Tractor Steam Traction Engine,
  • Steam Wagons, Ovortype and Undertype
  • Engines, Cold-starting Oil and 15 B.H.P.
  • Hot-bulb. 38; Clayton and Shuttleworth.
  • Ltd., 38, 88
  • Tract or, Lanz " Bull-dog " 15-28 B.H.P.
  • Heavy Oil, Locornobile Engineering Corn•
  • puny. Ltd., 88
  • Vehicles, Farm, &c.; Trojan Three-door,
  • Trojan Light Lorry, Terrier Six-wheeled
  • Subsidy Petrol Wagon, Leyland Motors.
  • Ltd., 64 1Vagon, Rigid Six-wheels Undertype Steam,
  • Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 89
  • Woodworking Machinery : Portable Band
  • Saw, Saw Bench Driven by Petrol Engine,
  • bin. Bench Hand rood Planer, A. Ransom'.
  • and Co., Ltd.. 2, 3
  • RYVES, Reginald, Indian Monsoons of 1927, 537

S

  • SAFETY in Mines Research Laboratories,
  • Sheffield, 409
  • Salvage of Submarines, 540 (Letter), 722
  • Salving of Submarines, 715
  • Sams. J. G. 13.. Diagramming of Locomotive
  • Workings, 426
  • Science of the Workshop, Lecture, W. Taylor, 686
  • Searchlight. A Large, London Electric Firm, 510
  • Sewage Pumping Station, New, at Stroud. 486
  • Shaw, .1. E., Some Maintenance Problems of a
  • Water Engineer, 709
  • Shawinigan Palls, Progress at, 250

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :
General :

  • American Shipping Policy. 299
  • Design of Propellers, Notes on, G. S. Baker, 122, 138
  • Efficiency, Losses of, in Steamship Performance, J. Denholm Young. 550
  • Electrically Propelled Ship, 348
  • Lloyd's Register :
  • Annual Report. 467
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarship and Student
  • Graduate Examinations, 498
  • Lloyd's Register Yearbook, 99
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 432
  • Outlook for Shipping and Shipbuilding, 520
  • Possible Vibration of a Ship's Hull Under the
  • Action of an Unbalanced Engine (Thomas
  • Lowe Gray Lecture), Professor W. E.
  • Dalby, 625

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

  • Quick Marine Repair Work, 128
  • Salvage of Submarines. 540; (Letter), 722
  • Salving of Submarines. 715

British Navy

  • Australian Squadron, The New, 203
  • British Submarines : A German Criticism, 550
  • Some Impressions of the Fleet, 462
  • The " Victory " and the Barham," 13

Naval Matters:

  • Limitation of Naval Armament, 377
  • Ilecont Naval Construction, 140

Foreign Navies :

  • American Cruiser Programme, 633
  • Chilian Destroyer " Serrano." The Now, John
  • I. Tharnyeroft and Co., ltd., 128
  • Foreign Merchant Shipping, 231

Mercantile and Miscellaneous; Vessels :

  • " Britannia," Anchor Liner, Bauer-Wash
  • Turbine Equipment, Alexander Stephen
  • and Sons. Ltd., 384
  • C.P.R. Liner " Duchess of Athol'," Wm.
  • Beardmore and Co., Ltd.. 48
  • Diesel-electric Ferry Boat, Yarrow and Co-.
  • Ltd., 498
  • Diesel-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick,"
  • Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 262. 264, 296
  • Ferry Boat, Twin-screw Motor, for Egyptian
  • Service, Petters, Ltd., 208
  • Motor Yacht " Isonde," 10
  • Motor Yacht " Narcissus," Fairfield Ship-building and Engineering Company, Ltd., 74
  • Nelson Motor Liner " Highland Monarch,"
  • Harland and Wolff. Ltd., 402: Main Propelling and Auxiliary Machinery. 403;
  • Safety and Navigating Equipment, 402;
  • Refrigerating Equipment, 404
  • Ocean Liners, 147
  • Pulverised Fuel Ship " Hororata," Howden-Buell System, 664
  • Rolling Stock Transport Steamer " Sea-train," 612
  • Turbo-electrically Propelled P. and 0. Liner
  • " Viceroy of India, Alexander. Stephen
  • and Sons. Ltd., 326
  • White Star Liner, The New. 550
  • SHOWS-see Exhibitions
  • Signals for Motor Traffic, 344
  • Sir Joseph Swan's Electrical Work, Lecture,
  • James Swinburne, 712
  • Sixty Years Ago, 15, 44, 59, 95, 127, 144, 107. 2n0, 228, 26-3, 290, 325, 344, 378, 408, 440, 453, 490, 525, 555, 571., 607, 639. 655, 695, 712 (Letter), 512
  • Smithells, Williams and Avery. Messrs., High
  • Temperature Resistance Alloys, 282
  • Some Notes from Ship Surveyor's Diary, Access
  • to Peak Tanks, F. F. Perris, 119

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 19, 48. 101, 154, 209, 385. 442, 516, 584. 696, 697

  • Air Cooler for Deep Mines, 584
  • Asbestos, 442
  • Automatic Telephone System. 155
  • Benguclla Railway, 516, 697
  • Breakages of Rails, 155
  • Bridging the Benue River, 584
  • Bulk Storage of Petrol, 101
  • Cape Town's Water Supply, 101
  • Congells Power Station. 584
  • Copper Developments in Northern Rhodesia, 516
  • Demand for Asbestos, 48
  • Ermelo Torbanite, 19
  • Groat Copper Field. 584
  • Groat Motur Factory. 48
  • Latest Rand Mining Practice, 1111
  • Mineral Output, 696
  • More British Trucks, 385
  • More Engines from Germany, 209
  • Motor Factory, New. 696
  • Newcastle Blast-furnaces, 516
  • Newcastle Electric Supply, 48
  • New Cement Companies, 385
  • New Mineral Bolt in the Congo, 239
  • New Platinum Process, 696
  • New Railway to the North, 516
  • New Rand Gold-mining Ventures, 200
  • New Wankie Colliery, 154
  • Platinum Industry, 442
  • Port, New, for the Bolizian Congo. 697
  • Potgietersrust Platinum Production, 385
  • Pretoria Water Scheme, 584
  • Progress of Beira. 209
  • Railway Development, 239
  • Record Gold Output, 154
  • Record Traffic on Railways, 209
  • Rhodesian Railway, New, 690
  • Rhodesian Railway Progress. 997
  • Rhodesian Railways, 442
  • Rhodesia's Base Metal Wealth, 442
  • Roads and Bridges, 385
  • Shabani Railway. 101
  • State Steel Company, 19
  • State Steel Industry, 239
  • Tin Development, Important, 696
  • Union Railway Expenditure, 101
  • Union Railways, 584
  • Victoria Falls Power Concession, 19
  • Wagon Order for Britain, 155
  • SPAIN-see Associations. Iron and Steel
  • Institute
  • Spilling of Refractories hi Oil-tired Furnaces, 555
  • Spanish Trade Arrangements, 153
  • Speed Control of Impulse Turbines, 238
  • Stafford Works of the English Electric Company, Ltd., Dotnonstration of the Wilkinson
  • Change-circuit System, 66. 70
  • Standardisation : Its Economic Basis, C. I.e
  • Maistre, 323
  • Steam and Fuel Economy Devices on American
  • Locomotives, 197
  • Steam Plant, 1800 lb. Pressure, 612
  • Steam Rail Coach-ace Railways
  • Steam Shovel, Now Type of, Ruston and
  • Hornsby. Ltd., 210
  • Steel and Strength of 1.0w-carbon Steel-see Iron
  • Suggestion Schemes, S. Mayor, 313
  • Summer School of Engineering, 298
  • Swift, Dr. H. W., Power Transmission by Belts, 568, 638 : (Letters). 602, 639, 667, 695
  • Swift, Dr. H. W., Tin Cylinders of Non-eireular
  • Section, 076
  • Swinburne, James, Sir Joseph Swan's Electrical Work, 712

T

  • TANK Engines--ece Railways
  • Tata Company—see Iron awl Steel
  • Taylor, W., Lecture, Science of the 11'orkshop, 686
  • Ten Years of Reconstruction in 006
  • Ten Years Ago, 347
  • 'resting Materials, Internatiomil Association for, 583
  • Textile Machinery Exhibition at Manchester. 583
  • Thierry, J. W., Engineering Features of the
  • Zuyder Zee, 291
  • Thin Cylinders of Non-circular Section, Dr. H. W. Swift, 676
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, Possible Vibration of a Ship's Hull under the Action of an
  • Unbalanced Engine, Professor W. K Dalby, 625
  • Thomas Telford Memorial, 225
  • Tilbury, West India and Millwall Docks, Improvements at, 28, 40
  • Tin Smelter, Tho Penpoll, at Bootle, 74
  • Tippler, Rotary Truck, Strachan and Henshaw,-Ltd., 720
  • Tod River—see Water Supply
  • Tokyo, Engineering Conference at, ($90
  • Trade and Engineering on the Continent, 175
  • Traffic Noises, 407
  • Traillfi—seC Railways
  • Transport at Home and Abroad, Sir Brodie H.Henderson, 508
  • Tree, Francis, G. IV., Exposition of Cable Charge and Discharge, 686
  • Tripp, G. W., Co-operative Production Scheme, 30
  • Tunnel Construction—#re Railways. Foreign Turbines, Steam, at the Klingonberg Power Station, 620-622. 648-651 (Two-page Supplement, December 7th, 1928) •
  • Turbines--sec Speed Control
  • Turbo-alternators and Turho-wInerators— sec Electrical Matters
  • Turbo Compressors—see Compressors

V

  • VANCOUVER Harbour, 670
  • Veneration of Theory, 577; (Letter), 602
  • Visit to an All-electric Farm, 87

W

  • WAROM, A. H., Great. NVestern Railway and the Export Coal Trade, 209

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Burrator Reservoir Enlargement. 220
  • Heaton Park Servive Reservoir. Samuel Hall, 124

WATER SUPPLY (continued) :

  • London Water Supply, 513
  • Maintenance Problems of a Water Engineer, G. E. Shaw, 709
  • Rand %%rater Board—Annual Report, 165
  • Report of Water Pollution Research Board, 055
  • Tod River Water Scheme, South Australia, 149; (Correction), 216
  • WATER -TUBE Boiler for Colliery, John
  • Thompson and Co., Ltd., 466
  • Weston, Harry C., Reclamation by Dredger in
  • an Enclosed Area, 10
  • Wheel Lathe—see Elect rival Matters
  • Williamson, H., Modelling a Factory Site, 7 11
  • Wind Velocity in a Hurricane, 687
  • • ireless Exhibit ion at Olympia. 343
  • • oodhouse, W. B., 0. i.rhead Power LilleM, 661

WORLD FUEL CONFERENCE :339, 367, 396

  • Inaugural Meeting, 339; Baliquwl . 339
  • Section A :
  • Coal Industry—Economic and General Commiserations, Fourteen Papers, 339
  • Classification of Coal, A. C. Feldner, 339
  • Combustion of Brown Coal in the Australian
  • Commonwealth, 339
  • • Korean Coals and their Utilisation, Pro.
  • fessor Kamo, 340
  • Methods Used for the Improvement of
  • Lignites in Czecho-Slovakia, J. Formanek. 340
  • General Report, J. Robert 4, 340
  • Section B :
  • Sampling and Testing of Solid Fuels, Five
  • 'Papers, 342
  • Sampling and Testing of Coal, Austrian
  • Heat Economy Society, 342
  • Use of Gross and Net Calorific Values for
  • the Purpose of Guarantee Tests, N. F.
  • Nissen, 34:3
  • Section C :
  • Coal Treatment, Cleaning, Drying and 13riquetting, Seven Papers, 367
  • Cleaning of Coal by Froth Flotation, E.
  • Edser and P. T. Williams, 367
  • Cleaning of Small Coal, Dr. W. R. Chapman, 367
  • Principles of Pneumatic Separation with a
  • Description of the Static Dry Washer,
  • Geo. Raw and F. F. Ridley, 367
  • Section D :
  • Storage and Handling of Solid Fuels by he
  • User, Four Papers, 308
  • Methods of Control. Preparation, Handling
  • and Storage of Coals by the National
  • Railways of Belgium, Monsieur H.
  • (henu, 368
  • Section E :
  • Oil Industry : Economic and General Considerations, Two Papers, 340
  • The Economics of the Oil Industry, E. II.
  • Davenport., 340
  • The Oil Industry of Japan, K. 11ashiiiiiit 0. 340
  • General Report, .r. Kewley, 3 s I

WORLD FUEL CONFERENCE (continued) :

  • Section G
  • ( rbonisat ion Indust ry : Economic and
  • General Considerations, Twelve Papers 369
  • Coke Quenching and Cooling. W. Colquhoun, 369
  • Economics of Coke Manufacture in Great
  • Britain, M. Mackenzie, 309
  • disation of Coke Oven Gas by the Gas
  • Industry, T. P. Ridley, 369
  • Ceneral Report, F. S. Townsend, 369
  • Section P :
  • Waste Heat Recovery, Two Papers, 399 11'aste Heat Recovery, F. J. Bailey, W.
  • Gregson, and J. W. Reber, 399
  • Waste Heat Recovery in the Japanese
  • Cement Industry, Dr. Casai, 399
  • Section 8
  • Power Alcohol :
  • Alcohol for Power Purposes, Sir Frederic
  • Nathan, 369
  • Composition, Classification, Preparation,
  • Storage and Handling of Liquid Fuels,
  • Twelve Papers, 343
  • Composition, Classification. Preparation,
  • Storage and Handling of Gaseous Fuels
  • and of the Products of the Carbonisation
  • Industry, Seventeen Papers, 370
  • Coal Carbonisation in Japan, Y. Oshirna, 370
  • Coke Oven Practice and Developments in
  • Bulk Carbonisation, W. H. Blauvelt, 370
  • New Methods of Fuel Analysis, Professor
  • Bunts, 370
  • Gas Manufacture, Professor J. W. Cobb, 370
  • Gasification of Fuels by Liquid Slag Producers, A. Dessomond, 370
  • Purification of Coal Gas. Charles Cooper,
  •  :370
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Nino Papers. 341 •
  • Evaluation of Fuels Used for Aviation in
  • Germany, E. Rackwitz and A. von
  • Philippovich, 341
  • Heavy Fuel for Oil Engines, Harold Moore, 341
  • I aluence of the Use of the Heavy Oil
  • Engine on the World's Economy of Combustible Fuels, Professor M. Dofays, 341
  • Petrol Engines and their Fuels, H. R.
  • Ricardo and 0. Thornycroft, 341
  • Use of Ethyl Alcohol as a Motor Fuel,
  • Professor E. Hubondick, 341
  • Use of Heavy Oils in Internal Combustion
  • Engines, Professor E. Hubondick, 341
  • Present Position of the High-speed Automobile Engine, Dr. W. Riehm, 341
  • Diesel Engines Fitted with Exhaust Turbine Superchargers, A. Btichi, 341
  • Experiments with Diesel Engine Driven
  • LocomotiVes on Russian Railways, P.
  • Yanouschevsky, 342
  • Power Alcohol, 341
  • General Report, 0. Thornyeroft, 342

WORLD FUEL CONFERENCE (continued) :

  • Section S (continued) :
  • Low-temperature Carbonisat ion. Three
  • Papers, 400
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Dr. C. H.
  • Lander and Dr. F. S. Sinnat t, 400
  • Possibilities of Co-ordination Between Coal
  • Processing and the Production of Electricity, Dr.-Ing. P. Rosin, 400
  • Present State of Low Carbonisation in
  • Germany, Dr. R. Heinze, 400
  • General Report, F. S. Townsend, 400
  • Pulverised Coal, Ten Papers, 397
  • Function of the Combustion Chamber of a
  • Powdered Fuel Fired Boiler Installation. Dr. H. Lulofs, 398
  • Pulverised Fuel Firing, F. H. Rosenerants, 397
  • Pulverised Fuel in Marine Work, Lieut.-Commander H. W. Brooks, 398
  • Transmission of Power, Three Papers, 399
  • Legal Considerations Governing Long-distance Transmission of Gases, H. V.
  • Lloyd Jones, 399
  • Problems of Long-distance Gas Transmission, Dipl.-Ing. Traenckner, 399
  • Transmission Over Various Distances of
  • Energy in the Form of Coal, Oil, Gas and
  • Electricity, Dr. E. W. Smith, :399
  • General Report, F. S. Townsend, 399
  • Utilisation of Fuels Includinf Electricity for
  • Industrial Furnace Vi ork, Nineteen
  • Papers, 396
  • Industrial Heating by Solid, Liquid and
  • Gaseous Fuels, Sir Robert Hadfield and
  • R. J. Sarjant, 396
  • Suction Gas Producers for Motor Vehicles,
  • Monsieur .1. Auclair, 397
  • Use of Producer Gas by the Ashanti Goldfields Corporation, 397
  • General Report, Roger T. Smith, 397
  • Utilisation of Fuels for Steam Generation
  • and the Production of Electricity, Fourteen Papers, 371
  • Application of the Air-cooled Condenser
  • to Locomotives, M. T. Lindhagen, 371
  • Burning of Polish Coal on Locomotives,
  • Stanislaw Felsz, 371
  • Economic Utilisation of Fuel in the Production of Electricity, It. P. Sloan. 371
  • Methods Employed by the Polish Railways
  • in Order to Promote Fuel Economy,
  • Stanislaw Felsz, 371
  • Researches with High-pressure Steam, Dr.
  • Jaroslaw Havlicek, 371
  • General Report, Dr. Gerald Stoney, 372

Y

  • YARROW, H. E., High-pressure Water-tube Boilers, 292
  • Young, J. Denholm, Losses of Efficiency in Steamship Performance, 556

Z

  • Zanzibar Harbour Scheme, 10

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • Admirality Contrracts. New, 5:35
  • Aero Engine. A New. 189
  • Aeronautical Exhibition, 363
  • Air Manoeuvres. 161
  • Airship " Graf Zeppeliei "—sc.; Cerman Airship
  • Airships, British and German. 535
  • Airships, Two New. 363
  • Amalgamations in the t:eriosol Locomotive Building Industry. 1;17
  • American Navnl Policy. 591
  • Anglo•French Naval Accord, 333
  • Atlantic Aircraft Carrier Service. Proposed, 161
  • Atlantic Liners for Germany. New bast, 161
  • " Authorised Nuisance," 675
  • Autelitatir Street Traffic signals, 675

B

  • BANKS and tho Belgian Steel 11011.41.y, 135
  • Beam Wireless Development. 703
  • Boot Sugar Factory. A New. at Taunton, I
  • Branckers. Sir Sat 011. President Addre*is, 393
  • Bridge, Now, Across,' I he River Teem, 675
  • Bridges, New, 273
  • British Association, 245
  • B.B.C.'s New Headquarters. 591
  • British Colliery Managers in t:ermony, 395
  • British Cruisers, New, 475 British Engineering Standards %.0<ovat ion. 563
  • British Sailing Ship Returns, 305
  • British Steel Trade, 305
  • British Submarines. New. 215
  • Burrator Reservoir. 273
  • Building the Great Pyramid, 393

C

  • CABLE and Wireless Telegraphy, 27
  • Canadian Pacific Liner, The sew, 505
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Steamers. 563
  • Catapult Air Mail, 217
  • Chaining the Dome of St. Paul's. 135
  • Charfiold Railway Disaster, 421
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 55. 107, 421. 675
  • Charing cross Station, 27
  • Cheaper Electricity, 647
  • Civil Aviation Subsidies. 66
  • Coal Chemistry in Germany. 107
  • Coal Residues in Concrete, 393
  • Cobden Bridge, Southampton. 119
  • Contract for Bronze Wire. 217: (Letter). 286
  • Co.oporation of Acetylene and Welding Societies, 1
  • Co.oporation in Industry, 27:3
  • Cross•Channel Steamer, A New, 675

D

  • DAMAGE by Tornadoes, 175
  • Darwin, Sir Horace. The Late. 333
  • Definition of a Smoke Nuisance, 563
  • Diesel.elcetrie Propelled Tanker. Largest. 217

E

  • Electric Traction Equipment. 189
  • Electric Trains at ?danchoster, 245
  • Electricity in Mines, 503
  • Embankment Subway Fire, 305
  • EnIcrgency Aircraft. Production, 591
  • Extensions at the Huddersfield Power Station, 333

F

  • FAMILY Allowances in Belgium, 121
  • Fast Atlantic Liners, 273
  • Fastest Flight, 505
  • Fatal Railway Accident at London Bridge. 27
  • Financing the Research Associations. l
  • Flood Prevention Works in tho Midlands. 393
  • Foreign Naval Contracts, 605
  • Foundering of the " Vest ris," 535
  • French Aviation, 333
  • Further Amalgamations, 675

G

  • GAS Plant, .N.•%%, Glii4gaw, 449
  • Cabbie, Mr. 1). B., The Late, 161
  • Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, 363
  • Cerium Airship " I. Z 127," 305, 421
  • Gemini% Armoured Ships, 440
  • Cernii‘n Shipyard to Close Down, 135
  • Giant Gorman Seaplanes, 81
  • Oilmon, Mr. David, The Late, 647
  • Government Airship " R 101," 217, 563
  • Great Britain's Motor Car Industry, 393
  • Grounding of the " Celtic," 6.7

H

  • HEAVY Oil Engines for Aircraft, 333
  • /1;0i-speed Atlantic Liners, Proposed, 475
  • " Daunt le%.4." Stranding of, 27
  • " Nelson " in the Tync, 305
  • .N1.S. " Resource." Launch of, 591
  • /LM.S. " Shropshire." Launch of. 27
  • Hydro•oleetric Schemes, New, 535

I

  • IMPERIAL Wireless and Cables, 107
  • Indian Air Mail Services, 305
  • Indian Irrigation Undertaking. 647
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, 475
  • Institution of Gas Engineers Secretaryship, 393
  • Interesting Launch. 135
  • Interesting Oil Tanker, 619
  • Ironbridge Power Station, 6-0
  • Dalian Submarine Disaster, 135

J

  • JAPANESE Shipbuilding Programme, 55
  • Jobb Brown and Co., Ltd., 591

K

  • NWS College. London. 449
  • Kingsway Tramway Subway, 101

L

  • LARGE Electrical Combine, 535
  • Large Supercharged Oil Engines, 303
  • Last of the " Dreadnoughts." 273
  • Lathe. New 300 H.P., 273
  • Lead Mining in Flintshire. 1
  • Level Crossing Disaster, Another, 189
  • Lifeboat Equipment on the New Cerium* Litict, 891
  • Liners. " hymen " and " Europa," 1 s9;
  • (Paragraph). 207
  • Lloyd Dam. 475
  • London Gas Explosion, 703
  • London Rates for Electricity, 619
  • London Traffic Agreement. 703
  • Low•temperatitro Carbonisation, 107
  • Low-Wmperature Carbonisation Plant
  • +ti it
  • South London Gasworks, 535
  • Lowmoor Ironworks. 703

M

  • MACHINE Tool Exhibition, 24S
  • ,Mail Services in the Western Highlands 503
  • Marine Engine Types. 333
  • Marine Uses of Electricity. 305
  • Maybur,r. Sir Henry. Retirement of. 505
  • Mechanical Transport in the Empire Overseas, 617
  • Metropolitan Gas Supplies. 421
  • Mining Research. 27
  • Motor Vessel for the Blue Star Lino, 591
  • Motor Vessel " Raby Castle," 81
  • Municipal Air Ports. 703

N

  • NATIONAL Fuel and Power Committee, 333
  • National Industrial Council, 27
  • Nelson Liner, A New, 363
  • New Steamers for Canada and the West Indies, 55
  • Next Year's Schneider Trophy Race, 647
  • Nice-Coni Railway, 475
  • North Wales Power, 1
  • Notable Clydebank Launch, 363
  • Noteworthy Steamship. 161

O

  • OVERHEAD Lines Association, 475
  • Overhead Power Lines, 393
  • Oxford Process of Beet Sugar Extraction, 591

P

  • PETROL.CARRYING Vessels in the Thames, 107
  • Potters, Ltd., 55
  • Piccadilly Underground Stitt ion, 245, 047
  • Port of London, 591
  • Proposed Shipyard Agreement, 703
  • Pulverised Coal on a Cargo Liner, 101
  • Pulverised Fuel on a Cargo Liner, 55, 245
  • Pulverised Fuel for Marine Purposes, 81, 101, 189, 273, 505
  • Pulverised Fuel on the " Stuartstar," 563

Q

  • QUARTER'S Wreck Returns, 55, 273
  • Quirk Winding, 421

R

  • e• R 101," The, 217..563
  • Railway Diamond Jubilec. 505
  • Railway Economies, 449
  • Railways and Road Transport. 619
  • Railways' Howl Transport Bills, 1
  • Railwaymen's %Yaws, 81, 107, 135. 101
  • RationsHuai iuu of London Traffic, 505
  • Reconditioned Cross-Channel Steamer, 333
  • Reopened Port of Queenborough, 691
  • Research on Cold-worked Materials. 503
  • Rhine Navigation, 1
  • Risks of Employment in France. 27
  • Royal Commission on Transport. 449
  • Rural Electrification. 107

S

  • SAFEGUARDING the Iron and Stel Industries, 81
  • St. Paid's Bridge, 189, 363, 393, 421
  • Salvage Operations at Scapa Flow. 605, 793
  • Salving of the " Celtic," 675
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 273
  • Sheffield Firm's L10,000,000 Order, 393
  • Shipbuilding on the Clyde, 703
  • Shipbuilding Industry, 475
  • Shipbuilding Order, Large. 217
  • Shipbuilding Orders for Southampton. 7113
  • Shipbuilding Position, 245
  • Ship Repairing Facilities at Falmouth, 189
  • Shipping Employers' Federation, 449
  • Singapore Dockyard Contract, 363
  • Singaporo Floating Dock, 421
  • Singh, Wavelength for Wireless Relay StationP, 245
  • Sir John Pringloss Report. 217
  • Sloops. New. for the Navy, 305
  • Solent Tunnel Proposal. 619
  • South•East England Electricity Seheine, 333
  • Speed of Heavy Motor Vehicles, 217
  • Speed of Warships. 27
  • Standard Marine Oil Kiigiiies, 421. 535
  • Stool Sleepers on British Railways. 019
  • Stratford Works of tho L.N.E.It., 019
  • &met Noises, 303
  • Subinarino Depot Ship " Modway." 81
  • Supermarino Aviation Works, 019
  • Surplus Workers. SI

T

  • TAME Basin Drainage Scheme, 135
  • Telegrams ill Facsimil©, 189
  • Telephone Delays in London, 273
  • Telephone Service, 135
  • Television, 421, 449
  • Thames Moods, 449
  • Thirty Years of Motor Car Design, 503
  • Thomas Telford Memorial, 135
  • Tilbury Dock Improvements, 245
  • Tilbury Section of the L.M.S.R., 619
  • Traffic Through the Suez Canal, 189
  • Traill, Mr. Robert. Tho Late. 449
  • Turbo•olectrically Propelled Liner, 81
  • Turbolonerator Sots for the London Power
  • Company, 647
  • Twenty-five Years of Flight, 675
  • Two Important Amalgamations, 675
  • Tyne Bridge, Tho Now, 393

U

  • UNDERGROUND Station Construction at Charing Cross, 161
  • U.S. Government's Merchant, Fleet, 619
  • United States Mails Contract, 55
  • Use of Ethyl Petrol, 107

W

  • WAGES of Coal Minors in lc; 11'ages in the Shipbuilding Trades, 27
  • White Star Liner, Tho Now, 535
  • Whitworth Scholarship Awards, 333
  • William Beardmore and Co.. Ltd., 55
  • Wir•_.(1 Wireless, 619
  • Wireless Patents, 217
  • NVireless Pictures, 475

Y

  • YALLOUR N Power Station, 703

Z

  • ZEPPELIN —ace German Airship

Paragraphs

A

  • ACCIDENTS, Fatal " Movement," Statistics for 1027. 658

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerodrome, Probablo Construction of, by Government of India. 201
  • Aeronaut, First English, in 1784, 478
  • Air Mail and Passenger Service, Liverpool and 13elfamt. 345
  • Air and Sea Tramirrtation, Co.oTeration of, and Profitable evelopment Pr9posed in U.S.A.. 11
  • Aircraft Between Glasgow and Bpit,t.t. also Air Carriage of %Vest Highland Mails, Proposals by Aerial Taxis. Ltd., II
  • British Aircraft. Wholsosalo Orders for, from Various Countries, 676
  • Canadian do Haviland Corporation, Starting smull Factory at Toronto. 713
  • Diumond Transport by Aeroplane in South Africa, 65
  • ift y Aeroplanes Operating in Manitoba. 11
  • Royal Air Force Display, Tenth..Date Fixed, 494
  • United States' Use of Aeroplane in Search for Useful New Plants. 517
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery and Wheat Growing in Canada. 631
  • Agricultural Produce Export* from Union of South Africa. Increase, 173
  • Air Drying of Peat Used for Making 13riquettes at. Experimental Plant in Ontario. 257
  • Aluminium Company of Canada. Large User of Power, 687
  • Aluminium for Manufacture of Chairs and other Furniture. 173
  • Aluminium Paint 13ooklet. 211
  • Aluminium, Process for Coating, with Films of Zinc, Nickel. acc., 65
  • Aluminium Sulphate, Popularity for Orchard Spraying, 317
  • Aluminium Works in Italy, 631
  • American Engineering Standards Committee
  • Succeeded by American Standards Association. 556
  • American Industry Production sEnd to have Outgrown Demand. 257
  • Anhydrous Alcohol. Production oi, by 1.argest Plant in the World. 65
  • Antimony Deposits. Important, DiAcovered in Bavarian Village. 631
  • Antimony, Extensive Exploratory Work for, in Nova Scotia, 257
  • Arc Welding for Structural Work, F. P. McKibben, 91
  • Argentina, Tucuman and Neighbouring Prowinces to Construct Extensive Road System. 145
  • Arsenical Oro Deposit. Projected Exploitation of. 39
  • Artificial Silk Factory Near Montreal, Production of, 687
  • Asbestos Deposits in Rhodesia, Company Formed to Develop. 287
  • Asbestos. Strike of, Reported in Tati Concessions. Rhodesia. 229
  • Asphalt, of Emulsifying, 65

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, British :
  • Annual Meeting in 1020 to be Held in South Africa, 562
  • ASSOCIATION or CONSVLTINO ENOINZERs :
  • Dinner, 643
  • INsTITUTN Or BRITISH FOUNDRYmEN :
  • ion SECTION Or LA NCAs
  • INANen
  • John Wilkiniton Medal, 200 1NsTITUTE or CHE3418TRY :
  • Pedler Research Scholarship, 26
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • (coniinued):
  • INSTITUTE Or Fu EL :
  • Annual Dinner. 687
  • Larger Offices Taken, 317
  • INsTtTuTE or MARINE ENia.NEEas :
  • Offer of Lloyd's ReOster Scholarship. Particulars of Qualifications and Regulat ions. 304
  • iNsTITUTE OW METALs :
  • Autumn Meeting of 1920 to be in Germany. 31
  • •• Coming-of-Ago " Celebrations. Alteration of Date, 667
  • INSTITUTE Or TRANSPORT :
  • Gold Modal Awards for Papers. 405
  • INSTITUTION or CHEMICAL, ENGINEERS :
  • President's Annual Reception. 529
  • Proposed Visit to America. 39
  • INSTITUTION Or CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Awards for Papers, 404
  • INsTiTUTION OY ELECTRICAL ENOINEERR :
  • Associato Membership Examination, 61
  • Conversaziono. 51
  • Motor and Instrumont Section. Constitulion of First. Committee Appointed. 728
  • Picture Telegraphy. Discustuon on, E. S.
  • Ritter. 659
  • Presentation of Oil Paintingg. 016
  • Studonts' Papers. Premium swards. 44
  • Tenn.( of Membership, 499
  • Ciovit borised Use of Institution
  • 014
  • X-ray Apparatus. Question of Standardisation of Electrical Equipment. L. G. II.
  • Larstield, 1;59 1 iT UTION or ENGINEERs-IN-CHARGE :
  • Presidential Address. H. G. Burford, 404
  • INsTiruTtoN, JUNIOR, or ENGINEEIts :
  • Advertising Engineering Produets. Lecture,
  • R. H. Sharp, •171
  • Annm! Cioneral Meeting Election of
  • Officers and Couneillors Future Arrangements, 555
  • Choice of Now President. 304
  • Locomotive Honors, Washing. Watcr
  • Preferable to Cold. E. J. H. Sotith. 7112
  • Manufacture of Decorative Metal NVork,
  • C. W. Harvey. 030
  • Swim Alpine Railways, 420
  • JNsTiTUTION OW N!ECLIANICAL ENVINKERs :
  • Prize Awards for Papers, 601
  • Nor! h•Wostern Branch :
  • Annual Dinner, 071
  • INSTITUTION Or MINING ENGINEERs :
  • Award of " Mayor and Coulson "Travelling
  • Scholarship. 499
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCIIITEr7s :
  • Annual Meetings in 1929 in Italy. .508
  • Scholarship Awards. 103
  • Scholarships to be Offered in 1929, 615
  • INsTITUTION or PituDWITION ENGINEERS :
  • Fifth Annual Dinner, 543
  • INSTITUTION OV ItAimme SIONAL ENOINEERs
  • Annual Dinner, 517
  • Nominations of Officers for 1929-30. 031
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • General Meeting and Elections. 036
  • Tyndall Lectures; Juvenile Lectures, 418
  • INSTITUTION Or STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • Presentation of Scholarships, 100
  • Structural Engineers' Scholarship, Award. 23
  • SociETY, BIRMINGHAM METALLUIMICAL :
  • Awards of Brom° Medal and Prizes of
  • Books, 405
  • Speed in Engineering Production, Presidential Address, A. K. Page, 405
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • (coniainucd) :
  • SOCIETY, THE FARADAY :
  • Twenty-fifth Anniversary Meeting. 556
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL :
  • Constitution of Coal, Professor W. A.
  • Bone, and Others, 573
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Fifth Summer Meeting, 26
  • Sixth Annual Commemoration Dinner, 725
  • A UsTli ALIA N 1)ovolopmont of Postal. Tole.
  • graphic and Teluphono Services, Low Rates
  • Charged, 487
  • Australian Factory for Electrical Goods, 687
  • Austrian Chamber of Engineering, 405
  • Automobile Club. Spring Trials of Vehicles
  • Using Various Fuels, 345

B

  • BABCOCK end ‘Vileox. Now Aniolvaination, and Title, 05
  • Back Fire inn Rectifier, 459
  • Bahia Blanca. Buenos Aires. Now Port Construction Progress. 39
  • Bakelite, Machined Like Metals, 713
  • Barnsley Low-temperature Carbonisat ion Plant,
  • Results of Twelve Months' Continuous Operation, 91
  • Beet Sugar Factory at eynshant, Drying Plant Extended, 603
  • Beet Sugar Factory. Proposed Erection at Sarnia. Ontario. 287
  • Bells. Ancient Church, Historic Interest of, 39
  • Beryllium, Problem of Rendering it Workable, 375
  • " Black Lye " or Waste from the Production of Wood Pulp, Utilisation of, 405
  • Blasting Operation. Largo, in Australian Quarry, 65
  • Boiler Explosion and a Note of Warning, 687
  • Boiler Explosions Act, Need of Caro in Pipe Annealing, 173
  • Boilermakers' Centenary. 671
  • Boiler Mishap and Dofeetivo Feed Pump, 05
  • Boiler. 11'ater-tubo. Failure of Return Tube. 201
  • Boro-holo Blowing-off 30,000,000 Cubit, Feet of Gas Daily, 603
  • Bothnia as Substituto for Diamonds in Drilling, 257
  • Borough Polytechnic Institute, Change of Departmont Head, 80
  • Brass Products in Germany. Associated Manufacturers of, Establishing Joint, Plant for Research Work, 229
  • Brazilian Fodoral Government Authorises Port Works in Pernambuco. 659
  • Brickmaking by New " Dry Method." 11

BRIDGES

  • Ambassador Bridgo Across the Detroit River, 65
  • Bridge, New, Over the Danube at 13ndapcst. 575
  • Bridge Over tho Ouso. Locking Mechanism, 002
  • Bridge, Vehicular, New, to Connect Island of Montreal with South Side of St. Lawrence River, 57.5
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge Over Don Vall©y Replaced by Huavior One, 603
  • Gatoshoad Bridge, AN'ork of Replacomont Competed in 261 Hours, 375 •
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, Now York, 713
  • Limpopo River. Bridgo Across, South .thi( Foundations Started, 30
  • Memphis. Combined Railway and Ifigli‘N Bridge Damaged by Fire, 433
  • Mid-Hudson Bndgo. Righting of the 1,Istcd Concrete Caisson, 11

BRIDGES (continued) :

  • old Railway Bridge in South 1<e1-hic441 by Now Structure, 261
  • Pontoon Road Bridgo Over Nandi. River, with Eight Reinforced Concrete Pontoons
  • Carrying Timber Bridge. 631
  • Quebec Bridge, Roadway to he Constructed
  • Across. 257
  • Road Bridge Over the Torridge at Bideford. 631
  • St. Clair River. Bridge Across, Projected, 257
  • Saskatchowan River, Projected Largo Bridge
  • Over. 317
  • 'I')Iree•hinged Steel Road Bridge Across tin
  • Colorado River. Ooly Ono in 600 Milos, 575
  • Valley River Bridge at Scarborough. Opened, 91
  • BRITISH Columbia. Land Acciiiirutl for
  • Recovery of Phosphates for len
  • facture. 173
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers'
  • Association. 23
  • British Foundrymen—sec Associations, ke.
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., St.
  • Ambulance Brigade Unit, Awards 4/f .4•I t ill•
  • cotes and Prizes. fi46
  • Brown Copper and Brass Rolling Mills at Now
  • Toronto. Property Together with Land
  • Bought. by American Company. 631
  • Bud -worin Eradication Experiments in Canada, 2(11 1:iipitos Airem, Five Additional Pier Docks for, 133
  • Building Materials. Effect. of MoisturoiClaanges
  • air, Bulletin Interesting to Building Trade:, 267
  • Building Research Station. York of, Intelli•
  • gence Section. 603 13uilding Seieno. Abstract, No. 6 Published, 119
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics. 134
  • By-product Plant Projected at the %'orn Tawr
  • Colliery. 675

C

  • CABLES, IA'ad Covering Found Unsatisfactory. .‘dmiralty's New Specification, 01
  • Cadmium to be Added to Copper for Wire-drawing. 91
  • Cadmium, Metallic, Use for Tungsten Electric
  • Light Filaments, 118
  • Cadmium Production in Canada, 713
  • Calcium Chloride Production by Now Method, 687
  • Calcutta. Port of. Income and Expenditure, 459
  • "Cambria." New Tin Dredge. Claimed to be Largest in the World, 91
  • Canada, Forest. Reserves in. 65
  • Canada, Greatly Incroasod Production of M UIIII • factored Goods. 65
  • Canada, Total Stand of Timber in. 47 Canada and tho United States, 5526 \1,•s of Boundary Linos. 229
  • Canadian Nickel Copper Industry, Statistics of Production, 317
  • Canadian Steel Corporation's New Wire Mill at Ojibway, Ontario, 5.17
  • Canadian Trade with U.S.A.. Imports and Exports, 713
  • Canal Desired Between Gulf of St. Lawrence and Day of Fundy. 39
  • Cannel Deposits in Northern Ireland, Company Formed to Acquire and Develop, 91
  • Car Ferry. Additional, Between Prince Edward Island and Mainland, 39
  • Carboloy. Machine Tool Material, Dr. S. L. Hoyt, 631
  • Carbon Dioxide) Gas, Plant for Manufacture, 031
  • Carbon Dioxide, Liquefied, Plant for Product ion of, 65
  • 'arbon Dioxide, Solid, Plant for Product ion of 1 300 lb. per Hour, 603
  • 'arbon, Pure, Chendeally ()Ioained, I hityli Scientist's Claim, 433
  • 'arbonate of Copper, Action of Oldie Aeid on, I Produces Useful Liquid. 257
  • arhonisation of " Kinnoil Gas " Oil, 173 1 Carirbonising Plant at Featherstone to be Closed Down. 145 1
  • All-concrete Roads, 433 1
  • -2auveri-Mettur Dam Scheme in India, Cost of, I 257 1
  • C'emont 'Works, Projected Biggest in the World.
  • Hugo Coal Output Expected, 345 1
  • Charles R. E. Bell Fund " Senior Travelling
  • Scholarships, Awards, 23 1
  • Chemical and Metallurgical Corporation at
  • Runcorn, Red Lead and Litharge New Works
  • Expected to Open This Year, 459
  • Chilean Government to Organise Meteorological
  • Service, 39
  • China. Mechanisation of, 201
  • China's Reduced Demand for Metals and
  • Minerals Due to War and Interrupted Corn•
  • munications, 713
  • Chinese Ministry Urges Farmers to Sink Wells
  • to 200ft.. 257
  • Chittagong, Port of, Commissioners' Administration Report for 1927-28. 459
  • Chromito Deposits to lx Worked by a Turkish
  • Company. 575
  • Chromium Plating, 420
  • Chrysler Motor Car Factory, Nev, in Ontario, 603
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Fellowships, 131
  • Cleaning Oil Coolers, I 3

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • Anthracite Coal I hscovory Near Banff,
  • Alberta, 287
  • Bedwaa Colliery, By-product Plant of British
  • Benzol and Coal Distillation Company, 229
  • Bituminous Coal. High-grade, Discovery in
  • Nova Scotia, 11
  • Bituminous Coal--sec International
  • British Coal for Belgian State Railways, 405
  • Canada, Increase in Coal and Coko Production, 172
  • Cape Breton Coals Suitable for Dust-fired t' 375
  • Coal in Alberta, Cairn Erected to Mark the
  • Beginning of its History, 91
  • Coal Dust, Explosibility of, Tests from
  • Twenty-nine Mines, 145
  • Coal-handling Plant at Three Rivers, Quebec.
  • Storage Capacity Increased, 119
  • Coalfield Near Bampton. Projected Development of, 603
  • Coalfield in Persia Reported One of the
  • Richest. in the World, 375
  • Coal Mines of Coalisland, Co. Tyrone. Closed
  • Owing to Water Trouble; Fire-clay Mitic
  • Still Working, 201
  • Coal Resources of the Country, Latest
  • Investigation to Cover South Wales, 11
  • Coke Ovens and By-product Plant for Newcastle, Now South Wales. 201
  • Coke Plant of the Montreal Coke and Mannfacturing Company, 65, 229
  • Constitution of Coal, Methods of &tidying, 575
  • Continuous Coal Carbonisation, Ltd., Hope
  • of Starting Production Immediately. 229
  • Good Steam Coal, Outcropping Seam Found 50 Miles from Lourenco Marques, 603
  • Hartshead Colliery to be Re-started. 713
  • Italian Government's Strenuous Efforts to
  • Find New Coal Strata, 11
  • Lake Superior Corporation New Coal and Ore
  • Docks and Further Plans for Expansion. 167
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant for
  • Allorton Main. Leeds, 575
  • Mines, Inspector's Report for Cardiff and
  • Newport Division, 1927, 458
  • Moisture in Coal and Spontaneous Heating, 65
  • Nova Scotia Coal Expansion Facilities, 173
  • Pulverised Coal for Small Steamships. Investigation in British Columbia, 229
  • Pulverised Coal-burning Plant. for New
  • Steamer, 575
  • Pulverised Coal, Use at Sea, 39
  • Snowdon Colliery, Kent, Plant for Coal Treatment by Illingworth Process, 257
  • Siillivan Electric Coal-cutting Machines,
  • Successful Tests of Two Models, 316
  • Temperature of Coking, Influence on Coke, 603
  • Underjet Coke Ovens, Battery Installed at
  • Billingharn Works, 713
  • Vancouver Island, Opening of New Coal
  • Mine, 119
  • Winding Coal, Fiftieth Anniversary of the
  • Koopo System, 317
  • COFFERDAM, Said to be Largest Ever Constructed. 631
  • Coffordams for Construction of Bridge Piers,
  • Data Concerning Stresses on Timber Struts, 257
  • Cold Storage Equipment for British Columbia, 631
  • Colloidal Ferric Hydroxide, Properties of, Monsieur Ferry, 713
  • Concrete, Ready-mixed, Demand for, 229
  • Construction Noises, List. of Causes and Serious
  • Complaint, 145
  • Copper Mines, N'Clianga, Rhodemia, New Discovery, 119
  • Copper Mines, Parys Mountain, in Anglesey,
  • to be Reopened, 487
  • Copper Output from Katanga Mines, /575
  • Copper Production in Canada in 1927, Statistics, 173
  • Cornish Mine, Unwatering of, Nearly Completed, 687
  • Cottod Fabric for Highway Construction, 11
  • Crude Oil, Improved Method of Distillation, 575
  • Crude Petroleum, Production in United States
  • in 1926, Steady Increase in, 91
  • Customs Service in the Atlantic Division, Ordor
  • for New Cruiser, 317
  • Cutting Metal, Now, Carboloy, 459
  • Cyelos, Pedal, and Motor, in Switzerland. 603

D

  • DAM, Alhajuela, Panama, Ceologieal Survey in Progress, 317
  • Dam, Boyds Corner, in Croton Watershed of New York, Signs of Failure, 173
  • Darn, Conservation, Projected near Kenora, Ontario. for Benefit of Power Holdings, 119
  • Darn, Diabolo, Washington, Conveyance of Materials for Conat ruction, 145
  • Dam, Hydraulic Fill, to be Built at. Cobble Mountain, Massachuitetts, 144
  • Dam Projected on the Colorado River, 713
  • Death of Dr. Charles Macdonald, 119
  • Death of Mr. R. W. Matthew, 547
  • Department of Overseas Trade, Staff Changes, 687
  • Diatomaceous Earth for Insulating Materials.
  • Production at Little River, Nova Scotia, 375
  • Diatomaceous Earth in Ireland and Scotland,
  • Possible Adaptation for Making a Valuable
  • Cement, 487
  • Diesel Engine Fittings, Plans for Standardisation of, 517
  • Dock, New, at Bromborough, Steel Lock Gates, 631
  • Dry Dock and Coaling Station Projected at
  • Prescot, Ontario, 65
  • Dry Dock Construction at Riverside Works,
  • Sunbury, 74
  • Docks—see Coal
  • Duriron Anodes in Cyanide Solution, Electrolytic Corrosion of, 95

E

  • Appointments, 713
  • Education for " Management.," 272

ELECTRICAL NATTERS :

  • Air Reactance Coil and Oscillation, 547
  • American Overhead Lines, Reports nil
  • Interruptions and Causes, 119
  • Apprenticeship Scheme for Electrical Industry. Meeting Between Interested Bodies
  • to bo Arranged, 517
  • Austria, Large Hydro-electric Power Stations,
  • Steady Development in, 119
  • Austrian Parliament Bill to Encourage
  • Electricity Production and Distribution, 287
  • Battery Charging Plant for Electric Vehicles,
  • Suggested Payment by Instalment, 287
  • Belgian Congo Regulations regarding Eleetricity Supply, 145
  • Buried Electric Cables for Heating Soil in Greenhouses and Gardens, 257
  • Central Electricity Board Adoption of Scheme for North-West England and North Wales, 487
  • Chester Rural Electrification Scheme, Statistics of Progress, 345, 547
  • Choke Coils and Amount of Protection Afforded, 287
  • Commutators' Performance and Long Life,
  • Varied Claims for Contributory Causes, 517
  • Cooling Electric Machines with Hydrogen Gas, 345
  • Cumberland Amenities and Electricity Schemes, 173
  • Currents of Enormous Amount from Larger
  • Generators, Problem of Handling, 487
  • Domestic Electricity Consumers, New Method for Charging, 257
  • Dry Cell Batteries for Tripping High-tension
  • Oil Circuit Breakers, 603
  • Drying Out Newly Installed Generators, 687
  • Dublin Electricity Works, Projected Supply for Leinster. 345 •
  • Electric Detonators, Missfires as a Danger in a Mining Pit, T. Campbell-Futers, 687
  • Electric Furnaces for Heat Treating, A. N. Otis, 547
  • Electricity Demand in Turkey, Extension of
  • Control Station at Silighdar, Constantinople, 659
  • Electncity Distribution in Towns, L. Romero, 459
  • Electricity, Increased Use of, in Great Britain, 39
  • Electricity Supply for Bareilly, India, 287
  • Electricity Transmission from Gatineau to Toronto, 433
  • Electricity at ld. per Unit, 459
  • Electrification in Rural Districts, 512
  • Electrons and X-rays, Experiments at. Telephone Laboratories in Now York, 145
  • Exide Batteries, 441
  • General Electric Company's First Works in Birmingham in 1895, 459
  • Generating Steam from High-pressure Current, Experiments and Possible Results, 287
  • German Short-wave High-power Station to Begin Broadcasting, 459
  • Germany and Electric Lighting. Campaign
  • to Attract Foreign Visitors, 229
  • Glasgow Corporation Electricity Department,
  • Great Economies and Debt Reduction, 201
  • Glasgow Electricity Department, Reorganisation and New Manager, 146
  • If igh -pressure Cables, Negotiations for Establishment of Syndicate, 525
  • High-voltage Generators, Great Improvement on Old Methods. 653
  • High-voltage Systems and Insulation, 687
  • International Bolt, United States Standard, 345
  • Lightning Stroke on Transmission Wires, Photographic Record Obtained in CourNe of Experiments, 229
  • Lincoln Electricity Output and Finance, 145
  • Navvy,Large Electrically Operated, Ruston and ornsby, Ltd., 712
  • Oldham to Have New Generating Station, 257
  • Manufacturing Plant Extension of Canadian
  • General Electric Company. 11
  • Metropolitan Railway Remodelling their
  • Boiler Plant at Neasden Power Station, 119
  • Overhead Power Transmission Lines of
  • Western Ontario, Progress, 326
  • Overhead Transmission Lino, Interesting
  • Demonstration, 201
  • Port Elizabeth Extension of Electricity
  • Scheme, 173, 229
  • Power Generation from the Madiamgushi
  • Falls of the Luflra, South Africa, Progress of, 173
  • Power Plant of Bristol Corporation at Portishead, Extension, 713
  • Preston Electricity Production, Increase from 3k Million Units to Forty Millions, 11
  • EDUCATION for Engineering. Committee

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • Prince of Wales' Installations of Electricity on his Nottinghamshire Farm and also on
  • his Canadian Ranch, Hope that the Lead will he Followed, 517
  • Radio-electric Clock for Railway Company. New York, 659
  • Radio-electrical Science, Meeting of Union in Brussels, 345
  • Rotary Condenser installation for Power Factor Correction. 687
  • Rural Power Extension in Ontario, 887
  • Russian Electrical Trade Orders for Groat Britain, 317
  • Saskatchewan Province to Inaugurate Provincial Electricity Supply, 517
  • Steam Turbine Alternator, Condenser, Otc., for Saskatoon, Canada, Tenders Invited. 287
  • Swansea Super-power Station, Site Question St ill Undecided, 317
  • Sweden, Central and Southern, Growth of Industries' Demand for Electric Power, 229
  • Sweden, First Entirely Automatic Power Station, 11
  • Swiss Report on Accidents in Connection with Electricity Supply. 257
  • Sydney, Nova Scotia, Estimate Asked for Supply of Electric Light, Heat and Power
  • from Huge Now Power Plant, 287
  • Tariff, New, for Electric Supply from Wit•
  • bank Power Station, Transvaal. 229
  • Testing Plant, 500 Kilovolt, Installed by A.E.G., 287
  • Transmission Line to Convey Current from Bridge River Power Plant to Vancouver, 201
  • Transmission Line Opening Between Baslow and Grindleford Completes Electric Distribution Scheme, 603
  • Transmission Systems, Long and Interconnected, Selected Network Protection for, 659
  • Turbo-generator Plant for Australia, Its Cost and Duty Payable, 229
  • Turbo-generator Under Construction Believed to be Largest of its Kind in the World, 603
  • Umtali (South Africa) Council, Cost of Projected Electric Supply Extension, 603
  • Value of Elcitrio Welding to Minimise Noise, 317 •
  • Wictsford and District Electricity Supply,Great Increase in Load, 468
  • ELECTRO-GALVANISING, Unusual Achievement., 201
  • Elevators in Now York, Immunity from Accident. 11

EXHIBITIONS :

  • British Industries Fair in 1929 at Birmingham, Greater Portion of Space Allotted, 119
  • British Industries Fair, Overseas Buyers
  • Expected in Much Larger Numbers, 631
  • British Industries Fair, Proposed Extension
  • at Birmingham 487; Numerous Specimens
  • of Now Machinery to be Included, 659
  • Electrical. Optical and other Physical Apparatus, Exhibition in London, 459, 487
  • International Conference in Paris to Discuss
  • Question of Limitation and Regulation of
  • International Exhibitions, 517
  • Model Engineers' Exhibition, Prizes Offered. 185, 201
  • Motor Show in 1921), Date Fixed, 575
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition in 1929, Date, Are., 695
  • EXPERIMENTAL Station for Investigating
  • Tin Ore Grinding, Now Use of Ball Mill, 547
  • Explosion of Flexible Metallic Pipe, 257
  • Explosion of Steam-heated Oil Purifier, 713
  • Explosion of Water-tube Boiler, 345

F

  • FACTORIES, Electrification of, Rapid Progress, 11
  • Faraday House Old Students' Association, Annual Dinner. 417
  • Farming Area of Sweden, 50 Per Cent. Electrified, 345
  • Ferrous Oxide, Experimental Data Concerning. 603
  • Ferrous Oxide, Problem of Preparing Pure, 119
  • Ferry, Boat—see Ships
  • Fibre Board Plant at Gatineau, Quebec, Starts Work, 39 •
  • Files. Contrast in Size of Two, 405
  • Fire-bricks, Greatly Improved Type, Invented, M. Ivar Setterberg, 659
  • Fish Doak at Grimsby, Proposed New, 575
  • Fisheries Threatened by Power Project at St. Andrews, Now Brunswick, 659
  • Floating Oil Factory, 15,000-Ton, Contract. at £275,000, 459
  • Flow of Gas from Well Drilled in Alberta, Large Output, 687
  • Foil, Extremely Thin, Neat Method for Preparing, 119
  • Forest Area of Canada, Only 38 Per Cent. Carries Merchantable Size, 257
  • Forestry, Professor E. P. Stebbing's Suggestions, 713
  • Four-storey Concrete Building, Method of Wrecking, 119
  • Four-high Mills, F. C. Biggert, 201
  • Fuel Conference as Sectional Meeting of World Power Conference, 229
  • Fuel Oil Distilled from Coal by Low-temperature
  • Process, Diesel Engine's Performance with, 11
  • Fuel Oil and Natural Gas in U.S.A., 190,000,000 Tons of Coal Annually Necessary to Replace. 257
  • Fumes and Damage to Farmer's Land, 110

G

  • GALVANISED Shoot Specimens. Results of Annealed and Non-annealed Treatment, 487
  • Galvanising Kettle to Hold 130 Tons of Molten Zinc, 201
  • Garage, Competition_ for the Design of, 188 (km Engine Explosion, Fatal, Unusual, 173
  • Gas Plant, Stand-by, to Replace Colliery Supply of Coke Oven Gas, 405
  • Gasworks, Referees' Proposal of Installation of Continuously Recording Calorimeter, 257
  • Gatineau Power Company's New Bryson Plant to be Extended, 91
  • Geodetic Surveying. Tower for Mounting Inst Entom's, 229
  • German Competition, with Money Prizes, for Efficient Silencers for Motor Cars and Cycles, 405
  • Glass Convention, First National, 216
  • Glass Bottle Manufacturing Plant for New 'Westminster, British Columbia, 859
  • " Non-shatterable," Factory in Ontario. 405
  • Gold Bars, Moulds Used for Ce.stingaettendant Difficulties, 375
  • Gold Mines Plant in Northern Rhodesia Ready for Production, 287
  • Gold Placer in Northern British Columbia, Indians Large Earnings, 65
  • Gold Production in Canada, Increased, 433
  • Gold, Rich Vein, Discovered in Rhodesia and Another Near Que Que, 603
  • Goodwill in Industry, Prize Award. 134
  • Grain Elevator, Record Size, Port Arthur, Canada, 631
  • Greater London, Maps of New Roads Projected, 345
  • Greece Reduces Import Duty on Machinery for
  • Industrial Establishifients, 459

H

  • HARBOUR Developmene at St. John, New Brunswick, 173; and Projected Large Grain Elevator for, 459
  • Harbour Development Scheme at Collingwood, Ontario, 631
  • Health of IN'orkers in Dusty Trades, 487
  • Heavy-Oil Engine, 600 13.H.P., Belling and Morcom. Ltd.. 636
  • Helium Gas Recovery at. Soncy, 631
  • Helium Production Plant Served by Natural Gas Bore-hole, 229
  • Holland Institute of Thermology to Conduct Researches into Relation of Humidity, Temperature, dec., to Public Welfare, 287
  • Homogeneous Lead Lining, New Process for, 91
  • Hydrocarbons from Water Gas, 433
  • Hydro-electric Development in Canada. Present Season's Progress, 65
  • Hydro-electric Development on West Coast' of Karafuto, 687
  • Hydro-electric Plant for Churchill River, Saskatchewan, 91
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Mori, Italy, for Production of Aluminium, 11
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Seven Sisters Falls,
  • Winnipeg, 433
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Unusual Form, 65
  • Hydro-electric Plants of Ontario, Large Surplus Revenue, 65
  • Hydro-electric Plants at Regina, Saskatoon, and Elsewhere, Immediate Purchase of, Recommended by Saskatchewan Power Commission, 173
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant Projected in British Columbia, 603
  • Hydro-electric Power from the Yalu River, 687
  • Hydro-electric Resources of Canada Estimated Amount of Additions during Current Year, 257

I

  • IGNITION of Fire-damp, Impact of Rocks as a Possible Cause, M. J. Burgess and R. V. Wheeler, 659
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Annual Dinner and Twenty-first Anniversary Celebrations, 867
  • Incandescent Mantle Inventor, Celebration in Honour of Wolsbach, 547
  • Industrial Lighting, Problem of Vibration, Allison .1. Thompson, 201
  • Industrial Research Work in Ontario. 685
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations
  • International Conference on Bituminous Coal, Topics for Discussion and Delegates, 433
  • International Conference to Discuss Limitation and Regulation of International Long-period Exhibitions. 603
  • International Road Congress in 1930, 11
  • International Vehicular Tunnel Between
  • Windsor, Canada, and Detroit, 39

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Australian Iron and Steel Company's Contract for Supply of Iron Ore to Japanese Group, 687
  • Blast-furnaces. Steel Rolling Mills and Large Power Station for Ford Company's New Works at Dagenham, Essex, 229
  • Blast-furnaces in the United States, Average Production per Man, 145
  • British Cast Iron Research Association, 499
  • Canadian Production of Pig Iron, Steel Ingots and Steel Castings, 887
  • Canada, Production of Pig Iron and Steel, Ingots and Castings, Furnaces in Blast, Statistics during First Six Months of 1928, 173
  • Carbon or Alloy Steel Castings, with Coating of Ferro-chrome, 713
  • Carbon and Alloy Steels, Elimination of Shock and Fatigue, 375
  • Chromium-Aluminium Stools Used for Engine Cylinders, M. L. Guillet, 91
  • Cooling Rate for Steel Quenching; Use of Glycerine Water Solutions, 547
  • Cowgarth Iron Ore Mine Reopened, 375
  • Cutting of Steel and Cast Iron by Means of the Blow-pipe, 173
  • " Duffield " Process for Manufacture of Iron and Steel, Further Land Acquired, 119
  • Fine Tool Steel, Greatly Increased Supply Entered France, 287
  • Foundry and Engineering Works, Large, to be Put Up at East London. South Africa, 603
  • IMports of Iron and Steel into Burma, 687
  • Iron Industry Projected at Puerto Corral, Chile. 229
  • iron Mining Industry of Minas Gorses, Brazil, Development by English Company, 831 •

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • Iron Ore, Large Shipments to Japan, Expeeled Shortly from North-West Australia. 173
  • Iron Penstock Made from Scottish Plates, Dug Up and Used after Fifty-eight Years, 603
  • Iron and Steel Works for Kurstetzk. Siberia, 229
  • Low-nickel Iron Alloys and Welding %talk ies. 575
  • Manganese Steel Rails. Drilling Trials, 713
  • Molasses as a Binding Agent for Core Sand, 575
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Mannfactumrs' Reports Furnaces in Blast. Pig Iron and Steel Product ion. at end of May and June, 1928. 65 : July. 1928, 173 : August. 1928. 317; September, 1928. 459;
  • October, 1928. 547; November, 1928, 087
  • Newcastle, South Africa. Blast et tirmice
  • Blown-in Again. 575
  • Nickel Steels. 405
  • Open-hearth Steel, Primary Factors in the
  • Rate of Elimination of Silicates, 91
  • Plating Plant and Rolling Mill on the Ruhr,
  • at Stockheide, New Construction for
  • Special Process, 229
  • Scrap Iron Exported from Canada to Germany. 687
  • Soluble Oxygen Present in Steel, Effect of
  • Amount. 547
  • Stainless Steel Exposure Test, 219
  • Stanton Iron Pipes; Over fib of Cost
  • (£00), Paid to British Workmen in Wages, 547 •
  • Stavoley Coal and Iron Company. Unveiling
  • of Tablet to Mr. Charles Markham, 517
  • Steel Castings in the United States. Progress
  • in Production of. 317
  • Steel Company of Canada Plant Extension. 225
  • Steel Sleeper Design, New Design, F. S.
  • Hughes. 39
  • Steel Plates with Percentage of Copper to be
  • Used in Construction of Vessels at 13romen, 287
  • Steel Sections. 432
  • Steel Tank. Claimed as World's Largest. 201
  • Steel Treating. Novel Application of Zirconium Sulphide, Frank R. Palmer, 517
  • Story of Rail Steel, An Educational Film, 3M
  • Talbot Steel Process Revived in Germany. 287
  • Testing Institute in Dusseldorf for Finished
  • Iron Goods, 39
  • IRONMONGERS' Company Fellowship and
  • Two Scholarships to be Founded at Sheffield
  • University, 631
  • Irrigation Works in the St roma Vallry, .159

J

  • JAPANESE Consumption of Glycerine. 345
  • Japanese Investigator's Experiments in Proclueing Cementation of Electrolytic Iron with
  • Mixture of Benzol and Nitrogen, 287
  • Johannesburg Municipality's Big Contract.
  • Placed for Road Metal, 603
  • Jubilee Presentation of Thos. W. Ward, Ltd., 501

K

  • KAILAN Mining Administ ration's Mimes Output, 059
  • Kiangsu, China. Official Survey of the Province, 91
  • Kiangsu Province of China. New Constructions
  • Projected and Removal of Capital from
  • Nanking to Chinkiang, 031
  • Kimberley Conoontrator at Nelson. British
  • Columbia, to bo Extended and Additional
  • Plant. Included, 376
  • King's College. London, Apparatus Collection,
  • Lodestone Used by Faraday, 345
  • Kippers, Bono-removal Machine. 201
  • Krupp's Production of Cutting Tools from
  • Tungsten Carbide. 375

L

  • LABORATORIES of Safety in Mines Research
  • Board, Sheffield. 229: Primo Minister to
  • Perform Opening Ceremony. 257
  • Lead Mines. Greenhow, Yorkshire, Again
  • Being Worked, 257
  • Lead Ore, Outcrop of. Discovered in South
  • Africa, 173
  • Lead Smelting Works Projected near Hull. 433
  • Live-saving Stations of the World, 617
  • Lighthouse in Lake Huron. 145
  • Lightning Arrester, New Type. 459
  • Limo and Cement Company Formed for Manufacture of Portland Cement on Main Line of
  • Railway to the Congo. 119
  • Liquid Oxygen Distribution in Germany. 173
  • Lit hopone. Its Properties and Treatment. 433
  • Li thopone Plant in Tasman i a Proposed Extension of. 317
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarship. 304
  • Locomotives and Bad Water, Prevention of
  • Corrosion, 229
  • London Chamber of Commerce to Examine
  • Candidates for Entry to Service of Port of
  • London Authority, 031
  • Loughborough College : Scholarships in Engineering. 51

M

  • MACHINES on a Concrete Floor, Method of
  • Anchoring Them, 376
  • Manganese Deposits Near Postmasburg, South
  • Africa, 86
  • Maps Scarcity in the United States. 287
  • Marble. Carrara. Huge Single Piece. to be Sent
  • to Rome as Monument to Signor Mussolini. 91
  • Marine Weiler Failure, Report of Surveyor, 91
  • Marine Oil Engine, Burmeister and %Vain Type,
  • Reliablity Attested by Round-world N'oyages, 287
  • Mashaha Asbestos Mine, Output Expected, 287
  • Mazda Lamps. New Standard Type, 547
  • Mercury Are Rectifier for Power Applications. 631
  • Mercury Boiler—ate Welding
  • Mercury Deposits in New Zealand, Projected
  • Development of, 433
  • Mersey Tunnel, Contract for No. 3 Section, 603
  • Metallic Arc Transfer, .1. B. Green, 173
  • Metallic Cadmium, Production in tho United
  • States, 65
  • Metal Window Frames for New York, Made by
  • English Firm, 713 •
  • Middlewich Works to he Closed, 405
  • Milk Cans, New Machine for Washing and
  • Sterilising, 181
  • Mine in Northern Illinois, Stripping Operations
  • Carried on with Wonderful Electric Shovel, 91
  • Minerals in Canada, Production in 1927, 713
  • Minors' Flame Safety Lamps, Not Always
  • Suitable, 631
  • Mines, Electricity in, Progress Dependent on
  • Mechanical Equipment at the Coal Face,
  • F. .1. Hopley, 375
  • Mines, Metalliferous, and Quarries. Anneal
  • Reports of H.M. Inspectors, 575
  • Mining College at Cannock, 65
  • Miping College Projected at Worksop. 713
  • Mint with 2,000,000 Dollars per Day Capacity
  • Proposed for Shanghai, 405
  • Mississippi River, Indian's Novel Journey. 547
  • Molasses—see Iron
  • Motor, Automatic Gear Changing, 345
  • Motor Car Brake Lining Material, Factory for
  • Making at Quebec, 631
  • Motor Cars in Canada, Import and Export.
  • Statistics, 547
  • Motor Cars, Rocket-driven, Herr Fritz Opel, 119
  • Motor Show—see Exhibitions
  • Motor Trucks, Cycles and Cars in Canton,
  • Official Statistics, 287
  • Motor Vehicles in Kenya Colony, Nyassaland
  • and Zanzibar, 145
  • Motor Vehicles, Statistics of, in Ceylon and New
  • Zealand, 687
  • Motors for Driving Gravel Pumps in Tin Mines, 631
  • Mozambique Law for Fostering New Industries, 433
  • Mulch Paper to Increase Plant Growth; 345
  • Museums, Local, Inefficiency and Causes of,
  • Sir Henry Miers, 145

N

  • NATIONAL Association of Engineers for Carry.
  • ing Out Government Contracts in Nicaragua, 11
  • National Lubricating Oil and Grease Fedora
  • tion, Complaint of Practice with Regard to
  • Tender Forms, 531
  • Natural Gas from Alberta Bore-holes to be
  • Exported to Great Falls, 257
  • Natural Gast Export from Alberta to U.S.A.. 172
  • Natural Gas Field, Large, in Ontario, 575
  • Natural Gas in Large Quantities in Southern
  • Alberta, 405
  • Natural Gas Output from McLeod No. 4 Well,
  • Turner Valley, Canada, 375
  • Natural Gas Saving by Storage, Proposed, 713
  • Newhurn-on-Tyne. Demolition of Century-old
  • Ironworks, 687
  • New Brunswick Power Company's Plant. at. St..
  • John, Enlargement Projected, 65
  • Newcastle Floating Dock, Possible Abandonment of Construction, by New South Wales. 229
  • Newspaper Printed on Paper Made from Cornstalks, 713
  • Niagara Falls Power Development and Question
  • of Beauty, 287
  • Niagara River, Traffic Over Peace Bridge, 713
  • Nickel-copper Mines at Sudbury. Ontario,
  • Development Being Pressed On, 375
  • Nickel Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Nigger Rapids on the Gatineau River to Develop 120,000 Horse-power. 375
  • Nova Scotia, First Two Locomotives to
  • Operate in, 65

O

  • OIL Extraction from Coal by Low-temperature
  • Process, 517
  • Oil Pipe Line from Mosul to Haifa, 201
  • Oil Shale Produced from Estonian Mines, Large
  • Amounts of, 91
  • Oil Shale Seam, Reported at Barnsley, 65
  • Oil from Tung Oil Nuts, Projected Factory for
  • Extraction, 713
  • Oil Wells in America, Depth and Varying Production of, 91
  • Oils of High Viscosity, Production of, from Low.
  • viscosity Oils, 257
  • Oklahoma Oil Well, Quaint Entry in Log of the
  • Drilling, 547
  • Olive Oil Prices, Spanish Government• Control, 317
  • Osmiridium Deposit. Discovered in Valley of Rasselas, Tasmania. 287

P

  • PAPER Mill, Kraft, at Mobile, Alabama, 213
  • Paper and Pulp Mill Projected at Port Melon,
  • British Columbia, 659
  • Paper that Will Not Burn, 405
  • Papermaking Machines, Four Large, for Mill
  • at Spruce Falls, Ontario, 375
  • Pavement Stolen from Leningrad and Sold to
  • Government, 344
  • Pelton Water Wheel Runners of the Southern
  • California Edison Company, 39
  • "I Pormivar," Now Alloy, Magnetic Properties
  • of, G. W. Elmon, 487
  • Petrol•electric Omnibus, New Typo for London
  • General Company, 575
  • Petroleum Production Developments in
  • Ecuador, 713
  • Potter Engine. 60 B.H.P. (Correction), 100
  • Photographic Film Factory at Harrow, 433
  • Photography to Solve Sundry Commercial
  • Problems, 201
  • Physical and Optical Societies—see Exhibitions
  • Pipe Line with Capacity of 57 Million Cubic
  • Feet of Gas a Day to be Constructed for
  • Supply of Calgary, Alberta, 91
  • Platinum Extraction from Sulphide Norite
  • Ores. 375
  • Play Transmitted by Television and Telc•phony, 345
  • Pollution of River Tees, Satisfactory Reduct ion
  • of, 603
  • Port Isaac Harbour, 615
  • Port of La Gaiba, Bolivia, Railway Construction by British Organisation, 659
  • Portland Cement Manufacture in Rhodesia.
  • • Company Formed for, 229
  • Portland Cement, Output from Yugoslavia. 575
  • Ports Construction Projected on the Caspian
  • and on the Persian Gulf, 65
  • Powdered Fuel Afloat, Obsolete Vessel to be
  • Used for Experiments with, 91
  • Power Development on the Mersey River, Nova
  • Scotia, 65
  • Power Development Scheme on St. Maurice
  • River, Quebec, 91
  • Power Rights of the Winnipeg River Leased
  • to a Subsidiary, 345
  • Publications on Home-grown Timbers, Dry-rot
  • in Wood, and Mechanical and Physical Properties of Timbers, 173
  • Pulp and Paper Mill at Dalhousie, New Brunswick, 257
  • Pulverised Fuel Installation on Duffield Gyro
  • System at Glasgow Works, 375
  • Pulverised Fuel, Report on Running of Various
  • Boilers. 575
  • Pulverised Fuel for Yarrow Boilers, 51
  • Purchase by Instalment, Advantages for Manufacturer and Purchaser, J. Gibson Janie, 405
  • Pyrotechnical Rockets, Defect- of Ordinary
  • Type, 91

Q

  • QUEBEC, Development of 600,000 H.P. nn
  • the St. Maurice River, 11

R

  • RADIO—see Wireless
  • Radium-containing Well, World's Larizt,i,
  • Discovered in Ontario. 575

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :
Accidents

  • Accidents at Euston and Certain Regulations for Signalling, 405
  • Accidents, Railway, and Agitation in Germany, 263
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Blue 130ok
  • Reports, 91. 603
  • Annual Returns of Railway Accidents. 229
  • Bavarian Railways, Unexplainable Accidents, 145
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Charing Cross, 345; Sir John Pringle's Report. 713
  • Buffer Stop Cotillion at Euston. Difficulties of Station Approach, 229. 286;
  • Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 517. 713
  • Charfield Disaster, 433, 517, 575, 659
  • Cheshire Lines Accident Due to Fog, 559
  • Collision at Ancoats, Conflicting State. moms, 119, 173, 229, 659
  • Collision and Derailment at Strathyre, 39
  • Collision near Chesterfield Station, 375
  • Collision Duo to Engine Failure and
  • Signalling Mistake. 145
  • Collision at New Tredegar Colliery. Great Western Railway, 433, 487
  • Collision on New York Elevated Railways, 145
  • Collision at Queen-street Station, Glasgow, 433, 459, 603
  • Darlington Disaster Compared with Previous Exceptional Accidents, 11, 39; Inquest Verdict, 65
  • Derailment in February, Report of Lieut-Colonel Mount, 317
  • Electrocution in Restaurant Car. 713
  • Euston-Aberdeen Passenger Express, Dinwoodie Fatal Collision near Lockerbie, 459, 487, 659
  • Fatal Collision when Changing Engines, 119
  • Fatal Collision at London Bridge, Inquiry
  • by Lieut.-Colonel Mount, 05, 317;
  • Coroner's Inquest. 65; Colonel Mount's
  • Report, 374
  • Fatal Collision on the Swedish State Railways, 11
  • Fatal Goods Train Derailment, 39
  • Gales as Causes of Accidents. 575
  • Gas and Fire Risk on Railways, 003
  • Goods Train Fatal Derailment in July, 031
  • Inquests on Railway Accident Injuries, 345
  • Isle of Man, Collision on Manx Electric
  • Railway, 201
  • Locomotive Tire Flanges, Derailment, 201
  • London and South-Western Railway,
  • Reminiscences, Immunity from Ac•cident, 11
  • Newhaven-Dieppe Boat's Passage During Storm. 575
  • Occupation Crossing Fatal Derailment, 201
  • October Frequency of Serious Accidents. 547
  • Opening Out, of Tunnels and Accidents to Men Concerned, 547
  • Railway Servants' Movement Accidents,
  • Report for 1927, 547
  • Road and Railway Accidents Compared, 229
  • Shock-absorbing Device, Pros and Cone. 603
  • Simplon--Orient Express Disaster, 487
  • Swinderby Derailment Inquest, 39
  • Track Alignment, Defective, as Cause of
  • Fatal Accident, 603
  • Trainmen Fatalities, Statistics of, 257

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • Adelaide, Now Station Opened, 173
  • American Locomotive Copies from (1.W.R..
  • " King George V.." 145
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 91, 257, 287, 345, 375, (433 and 487). 517, 575, 031
  • Belgian National Railway Company Wagons
  • Equipment with Automatic Brakes, 91
  • Bills. Road Transport. Conditions. fie., 39, 65
  • Brakes of Soviet Invention Chosen for Soviet.
  • Railways, 375

Bridges, Railway :

  • Bridges in Scotland Swept Away by Rainstorm, 229
  • Clarence River Bridge. New South Wales,
  • Work Started on, 257
  • Jhelum Bridge on N. Western Railway of
  • India, Strengthening Work Completed, 257
  • Royal Albert Bridge Strengthening. 433
  • Tay Bridge, the First, Disaster of Fifty
  • Years Ago. 91
  • Unfolozi River Bridge, Zululand. to be
  • Replaced by New Bridge at Different Site, 257
  • Bristol and Gloucester Share in Railway History. 487
  • British Motor Coach Service Association, 659
  • British Railway Assets Large Proportion in Stock of Stores and Materials. 257
  • British Railways Consumption of Coal by Steam Locomotives of all Classes. 405, 459
  • Canadian National Railways' Increased Earnings, 173, 547, 059
  • Canadian National Railways' Orders for Locomotives. 405
  • Canadian National and Canadian Pacific
  • Railways' Large Orders for Rolling Stock Equipment, 631
  • Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways. Completion of Negotiations for
  • Sale to Them of Provincial Railways. 375
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Operations. Nine Months' Statistics. 547
  • Canadian Steam Railways' Operations in 1927. 547
  • Cardiff, Queen-street Station. Completion of
  • Necessary Alterations. 229
  • Ventral Buffer for Railway Wagons. Trials in India. 317
  • Cheap Booking Extension near Newcastle, 173
  • Criticism of Railways and Depreciation, 65
  • Complaints and Replies from Railway Authorities, 91
  • Couplings Failures, Sir J. Pringle's Annual Report, 459
  • Death of Mr. George Davidson. 201
  • Death of Sir Christian Felling. 235
  • Death of Mr. W..1. Thorrowgood. 459
  • Deaths. Sudden, Mr. David Gibson, L.M.S.
  • Railway and Mr. J. H. B. Jenkins, L. and
  • N.E. Railway. 687
  • Discussion of Financial Position Between
  • Railway General Managers and Three Railway Trades Unions, 91
  • East Indian Railway, Bridge Renowal Programme Practically Completed. 375
  • Economy by Conversion of Double to Single Lines. 257
  • Electric Cooking in Dining Cars and Accident Question, 687
  • Electric Equipment for Carriages Only Required for Summer Services, Battery
  • Trouble Predicted, 487
  • Electrification of the Manchester, South
  • Junction and Altrincham Railways, 287
  • First-class and Third class Fares, Differing
  • Views, 375
  • French Railway Station Reconst ruct ion
  • After War, lAmm Station. 195
  • Gas Lighting of Railway Carriages, Elimination of Use, 433

Great Western Railway :

  • Automatic Train Control System to be Further Extended, 517
  • Cornish Riviera Express. Winter Timing, 317
  • (Irmnlin Viaduct Strengthening, 317
  • Parliamentary Sanction Sought for Certain Small Constructions, 713
  • Plymstock and Yealmpton Branch. Possible Closing of, 433
  • Town Dock at Newport to be Closed by G.W.R., 65
  • Viaduct at Dawlish Renewal and Improvement. 517
  • Viaducts Near Barmouth and Langport.
  • Repairs and Renewals, 382
  • Guards' Look-out for Signals, Periscopes. 659
  • Horses. Increasing Use of. for Railway Collection and Delivery Services. 155

Indian Railway Board :

  • Policy of Progressive Standardisation, 119
  • Experiments with External Train Lighting, 05
  • Locomotives to Have Electric Headlights. 345
  • Question of Wooden Sleepers, 119
  • Report of the Board for 1926-27. 575. 713
  • Saturated Engines' Conversion to Use of Superheater Steam, 257
  • Southern Punjab Railway System to be Acquired by the State, 517
  • Supply of Rails and Fish-plates, 201
  • Telephone Control Advantages on East Indian Railway, 459
  • Institutes and Institutions, Railway—see Associations, dm.
  • Interim Dividends on Railway Shares, 145
  • Irish Free State and Recent Railway. Legislation. Committee Set Up. 39
  • Irish Railway, Old, Reported Change. of Ownership. 257
  • Level Crossings, Dangerous, 631
  • Light -running Engines, Extent and Cost of their Use, 603
  • Locomotive Construction with Regard to
  • Position for Look-out of Driver, 547

London, Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Horwich Works and Economy Question, 65
  • Fleetwood Fish Traffic, Facilities and Growth, lI

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

  • Shrewsbury, New Siding+, 459
  • Sidings at Edge • Hill, Improvement and Cost, 345
  • Sleeping Car, Etiston-Stranraer, Addi•florist Trip for, 145
  • Summer Service Train Alterations, I I
  • West Bridge Branch of Old Midland Railway Closed, 345
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Carriage W asking Plant , Electrically
  • Operated, Further Instalments Ordered, 145
  • Grimsby Docks Accommodation for Fishing Vessels, Agreement Between Town
  • Council and 1..,1.1E R., 603
  • Liverpool-street Station, Question to Colonel Ashley, 11
  • Oil Jetty at Salt. End, Hull, 287
  • Refuse Disposal, Japanese Adoption of British Methods, 257
  • Restaurant Cars, Electric Stoves for Cooking, II
  • Restaurant Cars, New Three-car Articulated, on the " Flying Scotsman," 91
  • Slag Heap Purchased by L. and N. E. R., 405
  • Steel and Teak Rolling Stock Construetion, 547
  • Track Layer, Morris, for I.. and N.E. R., 91
  • Tratlie Control Office at Lincoln, 659
  • London Underground Railways, Co-operation with Tramways and a Common Pool, 517
  • Look-out Men and Claims for Compensation, 687
  • Luggage Conveyance by Railway or Motor Coach, Comparison of Cost, 287
  • " Lying-down " Accommodation for Third-class Passengers, 317
  • Manchuria, North, Projected Railways, 433
  • Manitoba and Northern Railway Completion, 405
  • Manitbba Railway, Northern, Branch Line to Copper Property. 607
  • Metropolitan Railway Seeks Powers to 'Widen Line, Wembley Park-Harrow, 659
  • Mineral Transport, Departmental Committee Not Yet Ready with Recommendations, 631

Ministry of Transport :

  • Annual Railway Returns for 1927, 11
  • Railway Locomotivo Working Stat i.ties, 229
  • Railway Returns for 1927,
  • Locomotives, New and Repaired, 256
  • Board of Trade Requirements for New
  • Railways, 287
  • Bridge, Railway, Building, Amount Allo•
  • cated for, 119
  • Census of Number of Persons Employed
  • by British Railways, 287
  • Electrification of Railways Advisory Committee, Recommendations Reported on
  • by Departmental Committee, 517
  • Inquiry as to Efficiency and Economy in
  • Working Suggested, 173
  • Light Railway, What Constitutes it Some Details, 173
  • National Safety First Association, Deputtion to Minister, 39
  • Railway Statistics for First Three Montle.,of 1928, 39
  • Railway St at ist ics for April of 1928, 119
  • Railway Statistics for May of 1928, 173
  • Railway Statistics for June of 1928, 345
  • Railway Statistics for July, 1928, 433
  • Railway Statistics for August, 1928. 575
  • Road Traffic Powers for Railways,
  • Announcement of the Commission Membore and Terms of Reference, 119
  • Rule as to Postponement of Inquests, 3.15
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Pilfering Question, 11
  • Now York Subway Railway Disaster, 238
  • Oiling Traverser Machinery, Need of Better
  • Supervision, 287
  • Omnibus Services Taken Over by Railways, 659
  • Ostend-Dover Steamers to be Handed Over
  • to National Railway Company, 91
  • Pennsylvania's Great Increase in Mileage
  • Converted to Electric Traction, 517
  • Permanent Way Maintenance and Renewal,
  • Statistics of Material Employed, 119
  • Prince of Wales' Memorable Journey from Brindisi to London, 713
  • Queenborough, Port of, Unfortunate History, 687
  • Railway Coaches. Fifty Saloon, for South Africa, Plans for Shipping in Sections. 375
  • Railway Companies' Association, Presentation of Medals—sec Associations, Institution of Transport
  • Railway Concessions, Children's Half-fare Age Raised, 659
  • Railway Concessions and Acts of Parliament, 401
  • Railway Fare Concessions, Wide Extension, 209
  • Railway Material Exports Statistics, 65, 229, 375. 433. 487, 687
  • Railway Pay Reduction, Voluntary Agreement All-round, 119
  • Railway Servants' Orphanage, " Rocket " Results, 11
  • Railway Wagons and Advertisements, 317
  • Railways' Application for Power to Use Aircraft and Aerodromes for Transport of Traffic, 631
  • Railways' Increase of Income from Letting Unwanted Land. 375
  • Railways and Overbridges, Divided Views on Responsibility, 65
  • Road Transport Powers for Railway Companies, Bills Paned. 153; Negotiations to be Resumed, 173
  • Shanghai-Nanking Railway, Doubling of Track, 631
  • Signalmen at Junctions, Methods of Advising of Approaching Trains. 576
  • Single Line Control, Differing Methods in Great Britain and Abroad, 11

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):

  • Sir, ping Accommodation for Ponder- Trains, 429
  • Sleeping Accommodation for Third.class
  • Passengers, 141. 429
  • Steel Drop-side Wagons, Order for South
  • African Railways. 713

Southern Railway :

  • Alit otnatie Private Telephone Exchange
  • Already Requires Enlargement, 659
  • Charing Cross Bridge Negotiations, 575
  • Claim for Compensation for Personal Injury and Award, 631
  • ('leaning Shed for the Southern Railway, 15
  • Epsom Town New Station, 459
  • Electrification Scheme, Tina! Stage, 201, 375
  • Goods Brake Vans, Improved, 39
  • Meat Traffic Between Southampton and London, 433
  • Spain, Government's Scheme for Railways, 05, 317
  • Speed Restriction at Euston, Steps to Enure Observance of Rule, 713
  • Steel Sleepers for Railways in Bygone Times, 0F17
  • See ins Federal Railways, Second Electrifiestion Scheme, 594
  • Time-tables, Suggested Twenty-four Hour Notation for Railways, 687
  • Tooting Broadway Station, Increased Use of, 631
  • Tramway Returns and Trackless Trolley Systems. 687

Underground Railway :

  • Escalators' Yearly Running, 459
  • Piccadilly Circus New Underground Station, Opening, 521
  • Ticket-issuing Maehines from Germany, No English Tenders, 575
  • Uruguay, Private Syndicate Suugestit Now Railway, 459
  • Uruguayan State Railways Call for Tenders for Line Construction, 91
  • Wagon Requirements in India, 405, 575
  • Wagons Registered for Railways. Statistics, 119
  • Waterloo and City Railway Opening Anniversary, 173
  • Weeding Permanent Way, Machine in France, 459 11rhistle of Rail-motor Trains Running with
  • Locomotive at Rear End, 710
  • Winter Train Services, 287, 317
  • REFRACTORY Cements Mixed with Silicate Solutions, 375
  • Register of Patent Agents, 562
  • Reunion of ex-National Telephone Company Officials, 531
  • Robot Anti-aircraft Gun, 405
  • Rock Salt Deposits on Malagash Peninsula. Nova Scotia, Borings being Made, 39
  • Rock Salt Discovery an New Brunswick, 39
  • " Rocket," Robert Stephenson's Locomotive, Exact Replica Ordered, 91
  • Rolling Stock Output from Plant of Ontario, 631
  • Ropeway in Contemplation for Conveyance of Goods and Animals in Assam, 433
  • Bowl°, Construction Works at the Port, 547
  • Royal Automobile Club's Tourist Trophy Race in Ulster, 713
  • Royal Engineer Volunteers' Annual Dinner, 529
  • Rubber Factory and Enamel Ware Works to he Set up in Mukden, 90
  • Rubber Substitutes, New, 713

S

  • SAFETY in Mines Research Board Paper, 631
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Spontaneous Electrification in Dust Clouds, 287
  • Safety in Mines Research Laboratories, 375
  • St. Lawrence River, Construction of Submerged Dams, 201
  • Salt, 200ft. Thick Bed Found in Alberta, 603
  • Santa Fe, Port of, Proposed Important Extensions, 59
  • Studs Canal Project, United Provinces of India. Progress, 91
  • Saucepans and Steamers, Solid Nickel Only Should be Used, Professor H. Bottle, 257
  • Scholarship, Lloyd's Register, 304
  • Scholarship, Pedlar Research, 26
  • Scholarship, Structural Engineers, 23
  • Scholarships in Engineering, Loughborough College, 51
  • Scholarships, Institution of Naval Architects, 103
  • Scholarships, Two " Charles R. E. Bell Food," 23
  • " Scow." New Porn), for Dumping Spoil Out at Sea, 433
  • Seventeen-storey Building for Manchester, 201
  • Sewage Farm at Stoke Bardolph, Projected Extensions, 405
  • Sewage System in the Bahama Islands, 317
  • Shaft Sinking in the Transvaal, New Record, 145
  • Sheet Mills in New South Wales, Extension of, 405

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • Accumulation of Barnacles on Ships, Nees
  • Method to Prevent, 39
  • British Motor Boat Wins Atlantis Trophy, 213
  • Chilean Navy, Fifth Destroyer Launched by John I. Thornycroft, 433
  • Chilean Torpedo-boat Destroyer " Hyatt," 106
  • Cold Storage Accommodation Doubled on Cnion Castle Liners, for Fruit Carrying, 603
  • Dutch Standard Cargo Ships, 108
  • Explosions on Oil Tankers, Safeguard System, 198
  • Geared Turbine Machinery for Japanese Ship; Drawings Destroyed but Correctly Assembled by Japanese Engineers, 375
  • Petroleum Production Developments in Ecuador, 713
  • Potter Engine. 60 B.H.P. (Correction), 100
  • Photographic Film Factory at Harrow, 433
  • Photography to Solve Sundry Commercial Problems, 201
  • Physical and Optical Societies—see Exhibitions
  • Pipe Line with Capacity of 57 Million Cubic
  • Feet of Gas a Day to be Constructed for
  • Supply of Calgary, Alberta, 91
  • Platinum Extraction from Sulphide Norite Ores. 375
  • Play Transmitted by Television and Telc•phony, 345
  • Pollution of River Tees, Satisfactory Reduct ion of, 603
  • Port Isaac Harbour, 615
  • Port of La Gaiba, Bolivia, Railway Construction by British Organisation, 659
  • Portland Cement Manufacture in Rhodesia.
  • • Company Formed for, 229
  • Portland Cement, Output from Yugoslavia. 575
  • Ports Construction Projected on the Caspian
  • and on the Persian Gulf, 65
  • Powdered Fuel Afloat, Obsolete Vessel to be
  • Used for Experiments with, 91
  • Power Development on the Mersey River, Nova Scotia, 65
  • Power Development Scheme on St. Maurice River, Quebec, 91
  • Power Rights of the Winnipeg River Leased to a Subsidiary, 345
  • Publications on Home-grown Timbers, Dry-rot
  • in Wood, and Mechanical and Physical Properties of Timbers, 173
  • Pulp and Paper Mill at Dalhousie, New Brunswick, 257
  • Pulverised Fuel Installation on Duffield Gyro
  • System at Glasgow Works, 375
  • Pulverised Fuel, Report on Running of Various Boilers. 575
  • Pulverised Fuel for Yarrow Boilers, 51
  • Purchase by Instalment, Advantages for Manufacturer and Purchaser, J. Gibson Janie, 405
  • Pyrotechnical Rockets, Defect- of Ordinary Type, 91

Q

  • QUEBEC, Development of 600,000 H.P. nn the St. Maurice River, 11

R

  • RADIO—see Wireless
  • Radium-containing Well, World's Larizt,i,
  • Discovered in Ontario. 575

RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS :
Accidents

  • Accidents at Euston and Certain Regulations for Signalling, 405
  • Accidents, Railway, and Agitation in Germany, 263
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Blue 130ok Reports, 91. 603
  • Annual Returns of Railway Accidents. 229
  • Bavarian Railways, Unexplainable Accidents, 145
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Charing Cross, 345; Sir John Pringle's Report. 713
  • Buffer Stop Cotillion at Euston. Difficulties of Station Approach, 229. 286;
  • Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 517. 713
  • Charfield Disaster, 433, 517, 575, 659
  • Cheshire Lines Accident Due to Fog, 559
  • Collision at Ancoats, Conflicting State-. moms, 119, 173, 229, 659
  • Collision and Derailment at Strathyre, 39
  • Collision near Chesterfield Station, 375
  • Collision Duo to Engine Failure and
  • Signalling Mistake. 145
  • Collision at New Tredegar Colliery. Great
  • Western Railway, 433, 487
  • Collision on New York Elevated Railways, 145
  • Collision at Queen-street Station, Glasgow, 433, 459, 603
  • Darlington Disaster Compared with Previous Exceptional Accidents, 11, 39;
  • Inquest Verdict, 65
  • Derailment in February, Report of Lieut.-Colonel Mount, 317
  • Electrocution in Restaurant Car. 713
  • Euston-Aberdeen Passenger Express, Dinwoodie Fatal Collision near Lockerbie, 459, 487, 659
  • Fatal Collision when Changing Engines, 119
  • Fatal Collision at London Bridge, Inquiry
  • by Lieut.-Colonel Mount, 05, 317;
  • Coroner's Inquest. 65; Colonel Mount's Report, 374
  • Fatal Collision on the Swedish State Railways, 11
  • Fatal Goods Train Derailment, 39
  • Gales as Causes of Accidents. 575
  • Gas and Fire Risk on Railways, 003
  • Goods Train Fatal Derailment in July, 031
  • Inquests on Railway Accident Injuries, 345
  • Isle of Man, Collision on Manx Electric Railway, 201
  • Locomotive Tire Flanges, Derailment, 201
  • London and South-Western Railway,
  • Reminiscences, Immunity from Accident, 11
  • Newhaven-Dieppe Boat's Passage During Storm. 575
  • Occupation Crossing Fatal Derailment, 201
  • October Frequency of Serious Accidents. 547
  • Opening Out, of Tunnels and Accidents to Men Concerned, 547
  • Railway Servants' Movement Accidents, Report for 1927, 547
  • Road and Railway Accidents Compared, 229
  • Shock-absorbing Device, Pros and Cone. 603
  • Simplon--Orient Express Disaster, 487
  • Swinderby Derailment Inquest, 39
  • Track Alignment, Defective, as Cause of Fatal Accident, 603
  • Trainmen Fatalities, Statistics of, 257
  • Titanium Ore Discovery in Japan, 39
  • Tramcar, Single•deck, 75ft. Long. Put in Service at Dresden. 257
  • Tramway Car Order for Montioal Company, 687
  • Tramway Undertakings of Great Britain 4700 Million Passengers. 603
  • Transatlantic Telephone Service with Mexico, 487
  • Transmission of Pictures Over a Distance, Professor Tchernysheff, 119
  • Trivandrum. Water Supply Scheme for, 38
  • Tokyo and Yokohama, Earthquake Damage
  • Reconstruction Progress, 229
  • Tubes, Shops for Manufacture of. by Now Process Under Construction at Halesowen, 631
  • Tungsten Filaments for Incandescent Lamps.
  • New German Patent, 317
  • Turbine Construction, Twenty-five Years of, 75
  • Turbo-generators and Alternators—set Eket rival Matters'

U

  • UNDERGROUND Ore Deposits, Location of, by Electrical and Other Geophysical Methods, 459
  • University of Bristol, Faculty of Engineering, 106
  • University College, London : Department of Chemical Engineering, Appointment of Lecturer. 160; Engineering Awards, 77; Sension Opening. Public Lectures for Term, 357

V

  • VALPARAISO Port Improvements, Rapid Work. 687
  • Valve Risks and Precautions Necessary, 433
  • Vanadium Ore Production in Rhodesia, 173
  • Victoria Falls, Suggested Additional Supply of Power from, 287

W

  • WARD, Thos. W.. Ltd., Jubilee Celebration, 471
  • Waste Vegetable Material Utilised for Production of Power Alcohol. 375
  • Waste Woods, Novel Attempt to Make Use of, 11
  • Water Power Rights, Question Between Canadian and American Governments, 433

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Dakota and East Central Australia, Water Supply Origin Question, 113
  • Filter Plant for Waterworks, Improvement in Materials Used for Coagulation, 145
  • Mukden, Modern Waterworks System, 205
  • New York Water Supply. New 20•Mile Long Tunnel to be Driven under River and Island, 257
  • Peruvian Government Plans for Potable Water Supply and Drainage System for Lima. 145
  • Rapid Filtration Plant for Ottawa Water Supply, 287
  • Rapid Sand Filtration Plant for Potable Water, 713
  • Water. Potable, Reservoirs, Protection from Sea (lulls, 11
  • Well Boring, Difficulties and Precautions, W. C. Finch, 713
  • WAX Extract from Coal Tar Produced in the Low -temperature Carbonisation of Coal,
  • Possible Use for, 003
  • Welding, Value of, in Erection of Mercury
  • Boiler and Turbine Unit, 487, 517
  • Welland Canal Disaster, Loss of Life and
  • Injuries, 229
  • Welland Ship Canal, Waterway's Progress, 20 I
  • Welsh Miners Trained for Farm Work in
  • Canada, 713
  • Westminster City Council, Programme of Projected Improvements, 631
  • Wheat Loading at Montreal. Record Speed, 173
  • White Metal, All Classes Now Produced in
  • Cape Town Factory, 433
  • Whitworth—see Associations
  • Wires, Overhead. in a Blizzard. 145

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Australian Broadcasting Management, Far.
  • 'reaching Changes to be Made, 145
  • Australia's Hope to Establish Vireless
  • • Telephone Service to Replace Trunk Lines
  • with Heavy Cost of Wire. &c., 517
  • British Broadcasting Corporat ion Tests,
  • Picture Transmission, 201
  • B.B.C. Research Establishment at Clapham,
  • Work of, 39
  • Broadcasting Moving Pictures, C9mment by
  • Nature, 287
  • Broadcast Radio • telephone Receiving
  • Licences, Census of, 317
  • Broadcasting Stations in Canada, Statistics
  • of Different Provinces, 229
  • Broadcasting Stations. Suggested Horse•
  • power Rating. 0. H. Caldwell, 513
  • Captive Balloon Experiments in Transmit t ing
  • Aerial, 405
  • Experiments in Wireless Transmission of
  • Still Pictures, 317
  • German Short-wave High-power Station to
  • Begin Broadcasting, 459
  • High-power Radio Transmission Stations
  • and Receiving Stations Projected near
  • Shanghai, 087
  • Italy's New Broadcast Transmitters, 324
  • Marvels of Television, Lecture, A. Dinsdale, 405
  • Powerful Wireless Station to be Installed
  • in Shanghai with Various Branch Stations, 287
  • Radio Communications from Ottawa, Variations in Reception, 575

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued) :

  • It adiovision Pictures in United States, Standardisation Recommended, 631
  • ossian EnFineor's Invention of Wire1ons Clod; to Keep Cloekm and Watelies :fling and Synehronised. 631
  • Swedish Bronchia/4*z ServieeK, Iti•iolo•kohly
  • Rapid Development, 375
  • Tendencies in Industry Tu-(loy, Si \ Talks on,
  • Broadcasted %%WO y 517

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued) :

  • Transatlantic Wirele:,, Telephone Service,
  • Rival Company Foreshadowed, 517
  • Wireless Battery Eliminators from Middlemhrongli Corporation with Payment on
  • Inmtalinent System, 603
  • NVircicpoi lieaeon Installat ion lit Start. Point,
  • for Trinity Honme, 650
  • Wirelesx Station lssneA Daily Telephonic
  • Mesmage for Miteh Herring Boats, 119

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued)

  • Wireless Station to be Opened in Japan to ho
  • Most Powerful in the Orient, 687
  • Wireless Telephone% Communication with the
  • Dominions, Communication Between all
  • Parts of the Minpire floptid for, 517
  •  %Vire11.44 Telephoue Communication, W'or1(1114
  • Record tor I Dipttam.c, 414
  • WO R KS Commit tees. Importance of, Oh
  • World Motor Transport Congremg, British
  • Government Representatives, 287
  • z 7,INc- LEA!) ()rem, Plant for Concentration in
  • Nova Scotia, 433
  • Zinc Meta•arsenite, New Preservative Evolved
  • by Telegraph Company, 713

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