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B

  • Babcock and Wilcox Ltd., Model of Boiler ;*Geared Steam Winch, 542
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Narrow-gauge Engine for India, 19
  • Barford and Perkins Ltd., Oil Engine Driven Road-making Plant, 139
  • Beaumont, William Worby (Portrait), 439
  • Bellfield Works, High Wycombe, Broom and Wade Ltd., 546, 550
  • Bennie, James, and Sons Ltd., Triple Head Anglo Punching and Cropping Machine, 582
  • Benson, Captain Ronald, M.O., Forging of Seamless Steel Drums, 426
  • Bever, Dorling and Co, Ltd., Malcolm-Feuerhoerd Pump and Various Control Gear, 652
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co, Ltd., " Garratt " Engine for South America, 19. 20
  • Boyer. Peacock and Co., Ltd., Grinding Machine *for Locomotive Parts, 109
  • Blackburn " Lincock," Single-seater Fighter, 5 (Supplement. January 4th, 1929)
  • Boirault Automatic Coupler, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd.. 216
  • Boniface," Turbine Cargo Ship. Booth Line, 24
  • Boulton and Paul Single-seater Fighter, " Partridge," 41 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Bow Generating Station, Interior of Engine-room. 202
  • Brackett, F. W., and Co. Ltd., Endless Rope Sewage Screen, 182
  • Brighton, Steam Generators at. W. R. Wood. Combustion Steam Generator Company, Ltd., 578, 579 (Two-page Supplement, May 24th, 1929)
  • Bristol " Titan " 200 B.H.P. Air-cooled Aeroplane Engine, 35
  • British Industries Fair—see Separate Section, of Index
  • British Thomson-Houston Co, Ltd., Electric Motor-control Gear Factory, Various Departments and Machinery. 600, 607
  • British Thomson-Houston Fabricated Stator, 11
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., " Grid " Triple-pole Oil-immersed Circuit Breakers, Transformer with Tap-changing Gear. 50, 51
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 25,000-kW Turbine, 285
  • British Thomson-Houston Turbo-generators at Coventry, 11 (Supplement. January 4th, 1929)
  • Bruce Peebles and Co, Ltd., 1500-Volt Motor Converters. 50
  • "Brunswick" Oil-electric Oil Tanker. Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co Ltd., 8 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)

C

  • Calandia Typo Vacuum Pan, 416
  • "Calcutta" Flying Boat, Engine and Passengers' Cabin. Short Brothers, Ltd., 36, 46
  • " California," Panama-Pacific Turbo-electric Liner, 41 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Cambridge Instrument Co, Ltd.. Direct-reading Micrometer. Micrometer Mechanism, and Interior of Micrometer. 42 ; Extenso-meter for Testing Paper for Humidity, 43 :
  • Micro-photometer, Photo-electric, 69 ; Rotational Accelerometer, 42, 43
  • Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., Electrical CO2 Meter. 571 ; Hydrostatic Regulator, 572 ; Thomas Recording Gas Calorimeter, 571
  • Cammell, Laird and Co. Ltd., and Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd.. Steam Rail Cars, Two New. for Overseas, 156. 158
  • Canadian National Railway, 2660 H.P. Oil-electric Locomotive with Beardmore 12-cylinder Oil Engines, 21 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Co, Coastal Steamship " Princess Elaine,' 23 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929) ; Twin-screw Liner, 21.500-Ton, " Duchess of Athol'," 23 ; Twin-screw Liner. 21,500-Ton, " Duchess of Bedford," 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Canadian-West Indies Liner SS Lady Nelson 23 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Cascade Tunnel, Great Northern Railway, U.S.A.. 644. 672, 682. 698
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme. 132,000 Volt Transmission Line, Holsby Towers, 11
  • Chester. Overhead Distribution at. 11
  • Churchill Harbour Termitus of the Hudson Bay Railway. 427
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co. Ltd., Electrically Driven Windlass for 2.25in. Cable. " Resolutor " Pulverisor, 542, 643
  • Collins, W. F., Oil, Coal and Iron Enterprises in South Manchuria, 486
  • Constructional Engineering Co Ltd. Vertical Fire-tube Boiler, 554
  • Coolidge Darn in Arizona, 64 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1929)

D

  • Davidson and Co Ltd., Mine Fan Bearing, 687
  • De Havilland " Gipsy Moth," Two-seater Light Aeroplane, 6 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Denholm Contractors Machinery Company. Ltd., Multiple-purpose Excavating Machine, 664
  • Deptford East Station, 342, 354
  • Deptford West Power Station, 386
  • Dorman, Long and Co Ltd., Khartoum-Omdurman Bridge, 124, 132
  • Doxford. 660 S.H.P. Two-stroke Opposed-piston Engine, 9
  • Doxford, W., and Sons, Ltd., Three-cylinder 1000 B.H.P. Opposed-piston Oil Engine, 570
  • Drewry Car Co Ltd., Motor Coach for Argentina, 470
  • Dunster Grange, Houldor Line, Refrigerated Cargo Motor Ship, 6 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Du-Plat-Taylor. Major F. M.. Reinforced Concrete Casing for Injured Timber Piles, 577
  • Drysdale and Co Ltd., Various Electrically Driven Pumps. 572

E

F

  • Fairbairn, William, Testing Machine, 714. 715
  • "Fairey III. F " Lifting Sling, Folding Wings, Bomber's Cockpit. 30. 37
  • Farmers Rapids Power Station on the Gatineau River. Quebec. 406, 408
  • Ferranti, Ltd.. Valve Testing Set, 68
  • Fluidmotors Limited, " Fluidmeter." 54
  • Foster Instrument Co Introscopo, 70
  • Fowler, John, and Co., Leeds, Ltd.. Steam-operated Ditch-making Machine, 708. 712
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd.. Trailer Wagon to Carry 85-Ton Loads. 166
  • Franco-Italian Railway Between Nice and Coni. 429-432, 436
  • French Cruiser " Tourville," 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Fushun Shale Oil Extraction Works, W. F. Collins, 486

G

  • Gardner and Sons Ltd.. 300 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Cold-starting Marine Oil Engine, 79
  • General Electric Single-unit Locomotive, 698
  • General Electric Steam Turbine, 202
  • German Armoured Vessel " Ersatz Preussen," Profile and Plan, 3, 53
  • Glenfield and Kennedy Ltd., Heavy Engineering Shops at Kilmatnock, 650. 661
  • Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd.. Gloster "Goldfinch" All-metal Single-seater Fighter. 34, 46
  • Gloster-Hale Shaw-Beacham Variable Pitch Propeller, 34. 35
  • G.N. Railway, U.S.A.—see Cascade Tunnel
  • G.W.R. " Hall " Class Passenger Locomotive, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • G.W.R. Reconstruction Work at Old Hill Tunnel, R. C. Sikes, 381
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd„ Electric Mine Locomotive, 469
  • Grove-road Power Station. 229, 256
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Sinter House, 509
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd., Steel Sleepers, 412
  • Guildford Corporation Power Station, Interior of Turbo-generator House, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Guy. H. L., Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development, 136, 152

H

  • Haanel, B. F., Fuel Research Laboratories at Ottawa, 160
  • Hall. B. J., and Co Ltd.. Photo-print Developing Machine, 689
  • Handley Page "Clive," Twin-engined Troop Carrier, 5, 14
  • Handley Page "Hinaidi" Night Bomber, Fuselage, Wing Frame, 5
  • Harvey, G. and A. Ltd., High-speed 42in. Shafting Lathe, 292-294, 296
  • R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co, Narrow-gauge Locomotive for Colombia. 19
  • Herbert. Alfred. Ltd., Auto-lathe. Combination Turret Lathe, 327, 328
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., High Power Plain Milling Machine, Vertical Milling Attachment. 636, 637
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd.. Pulverised Coal Plant at No. 3 Lister Drive Power Stat ion, 180
  • " Highland Monarch," Nelson Line Refriprated Cargo Motor Ship, 6, 54 (Supplement, January 4th., 1929)
  • H.M. Battleships Nelson and Rodney," Sir W. Berry, K.C.H., 333
  • H.M. Cruiser " York," 2 (Supplement, .January 4th. 1929)
  • H.M. Reconstructed Aircraft Carrier " Courageous," 2, 3
  • Holland-America Liner " Statendam." Harland and Wolff Ltd., 602, 603, 622, 623
  • Holmes, J. H.. and Co. Ltd., Electroplating Motor Generator Set ; Fan-ventilated Enclosed Motor, Alternating/Current ; Welding Sot. Alternating-current motor Coupled to Direct-current Dynamo. 686 ; " Castle " Automatic Street Traffic Control Equipment, 686, 687
  • Howard. J. and F.. Veteran Traction Engine. 413
  • Hudson River Bridge. 481-483, 490
  • Hunslet Engine Co Ltd., Shunting Engine for Madras, 19, 20

I

  • Igranic Electric Co Microphone and Microphone Control Unit, 68
  • Isle Maligne Power Plant on the Saguenay River, Quebec, 178, 186
  • Ivry, Testing Laboratory, 701

J

  • Japan, Hydro-electric Works in, S. Tanabe, 248
  • Japanese Cruiser " Aoba," 2 (Supplement. January 4th, 1929)
  • Jenkins, Rhys. Chapter in the History of the Water Supply of London, 110
  • Johansen, F. C., Research in Mechanical Engineering by Small-scale Apparatus. 318-321

K

  • Kent, George Ltd., Recording Balanced Manometer, 70
  • Khartoum-Omdurman Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co. Ltd., 124, 132
  • Kincaid-Harland-B. and W.. D.A., 5000 S.H.P.. Four-stroke Engine, 8. 9
  • " King John," King Line Motor Cargo Ship. 6. 7
  • Kitson and Co, Ltd., Kitson-Moyer Engine for Colombia. 20

L

  • Lanchashire Boilers, Powdered Fuel Tests on, B. and L. Powdered Fuel, Ltd., 304
  • Lanz-Perlitt-see North-East Coast, &c.
  • Leipzig, Technical Fair at, 286, 327
  • Lentz Standard Marine Steam Engine, 1200 I.H.P.. Stork Brothers, 552. 553
  • Ljungstrom Locomotive. Development of the, 372, 398-400, 424-426 (Two-page Supplement, April 12th, 1929)
  • Loetschberg Tunnel Railway, 4000 H.P. Locomotives on, Societe Anonyms des Ateliers do Secheron. 97
  • L.M.S. Modified " Claughton " Passenger Engine, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • L.M.S. Tank Engine, 17
  • L.N.E.R. Passenger Engine and Corridor render, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • L.N.E.R. Passenger Engine for Great Eastern Section, 18 (Supplement, January 41#1, 1929)
  • London Power Company, 174, 20t-204, 228.. 256-259, 284-286, 312, 342-344, 354, 380-388, 404
  • Lumsden Machine Co Ltd.. Electro-Hydraulic Surface. Grinding Machine, 660
  • Lytham St. Armes, Sewage Disposal Works at, 616

M

  • M.L. Magneto Company, Ltd., Noise Tester and Connections, 71
  • Malt, L. U., Laboratory Methods of Research in Hydraulics, 648
  • Marconi Co, Direction Finder, Type 11 CF, Signal Strength Measuring Set, 42
  • Marshall, Herbert J. (Portrait), 602
  • Maschinenfabrik - Augsburg - Niirnberg A.G., Two-stroke Double-acting Oil Engine, 705
  • Merritt, Henry E The Gear Pump, 176
  • Metropolitan-Vickers 40,000-kW Turbo-generator in Barton Station, Manchester, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company. Ltd., 132,000-Volt Transformers (15.000 kVA), 690
  • Mexborough Water Supply, Water-softening Installation, 486
  • Michell Bearings Ltd., Tunnel Bearing and Thrust Blocks, 624
  • " Monitor " Patent Safety Devices, Flow and Level Indicators, Pressure Indicators, C. L. Stokoe, 597
  • " Muncaster Castle," Motor Cargo Ship, 7, 8

N

  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co. Ltd., Narrow-gauge Engine for India, 18. 20
  • Nssmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., Y.C. Motor Gauge Engine for M.S.M. Railway, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Neill, James, and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd, A Hacksaw Factory, 109
  • Niagara Falls, Proposed Remedial Works at, 358
  • Noble and Lund Ltd., and Alfred Herbert, Ltd.. 66in. Heavy-duty Railway Wheel Lathe. 74, 78
  • North British Locomotive Co Ltd., Mixed Traffic Engine for South African Railways, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, 541-544, 570-572, 596-598, 624-626, 652-654, 686-688
  • North Eastern Marine Engineering Co Ltd., Exhaust-turbo-charged Oil Engine, Model of, 625 ; Feed-water Filter, 625 ; Perlit and Ordinary Cast Iron Fire Bars, 625, 626

O

P

  • Pain, Albert Charles (Portrait), 298
  • Parnall " Imp," Two-seater Light Aeroplane. 34, 46
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co. Ltd., Record Efficiency of a Turbo-alternator, 96
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., 36in. Reflecting Telescope, 626
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Transporting, Unloading and Erecting 105-Ton Stator in Treforest Power Station, Railway Wagons for Transporting, 324, 332
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Turbine-driven Direct-current Generator, 363, 364
  • Parsons, C. A., 25.000-kW Turbo-generators at Brimsclown, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Six-cylinder 120 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, 303
  • Parsons, The Hon. Sir C., and Mr. J. Rosen, Direct Generation of Alternating Current at High Voltages, 321
  • Partington Gasworks of the Manchester Corporation, 678, 679
  • Peckett and Sons Ltd., Tank Engine for Persia, 20
  • P. and O. Turbo-electric Liner " Viceroy of India," 40, 41, 232-234, 268, 272-274, 300-302 (Four-page Supplement, March let, 1929)
  • Peterborough Power Station, Pulverised Coal Plant at, 567-569. 574
  • Peters, G. D., and Co. Ltd., Omnibus Braking and Door Control, 193
  • Petters Ltd.. 5-kW Automatic Heavy Oil Lighting Set. ; 100 B.H.P. Four-cylinder " Atomic Diesel " Generator Set ; 18 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 543, 544
  • Petty. Thomas, Regenerative Surface Condensers, 229-231. 259-261, 313-316. 346-348, 388
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 42, 68-For Exhibits see Subjects Index, Scientific Instruments
  • " Poelau Roebiah." M.V., 7040 S.H.P. Eight-cylinder Sulzer Engine for, 55
  • Powdered Fuel, B. and L., Ltd., Tests on Lancashire Boilers, 304
  • Premix Gas Plants Ltd., Industrial Heating by Gas, 190

R

S

  • Saltash Bridge, Reconstruction of Land Spans of, 676 (Two-page Supplement, June 21st, 1929)
  • "Santa Barbara," The Grace Liner, 6, 7, 8
  • Schiess -Defries Metre Centres Lathe ; Tool Grinder, 327
  • Secheron Pneumatic Pantograph, 99
  • "Seydlitz," Ex-German Battle-cruiser, Salving of, 204
  • Shanks Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine, 661, 662
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 452-454. 462, 478--480, 506, 534-536, 562-564, 590-592. 618, 619
  • Sikes, R. C., Reconstruction Work at Old Hill Tunnel, G.W.R., 381
  • Simmonds Aircraft Ltd., " Cirrus-Spartan " Light Aeroplane, 34. 35
  • Simmons, J., and Son Low-lift Screw Pump for Surface Drainage, 466
  • Simms Motor Units Ltd., Air and Oil Filters for Oil Engines, 247
  • Simon, Henry Ltd., " Reform " Automatic Weighing Machines, 90, 120, 148
  • Skoda Steam Turbines at the Ignat Colliery, Czechoslovakia, Coupling, Pass-out -valves, &c., 628. 632-635
  • Sperry Rail Service Corporation, Detection of Flaws in Rails, 522, 523
  • Spyer, Arthur Water-tube Boiler for Marine Purposes, 414
  • Stephenson's, George Birthplace. 650
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co. Ltd.. 5ft. 6in. Gauge Engine for South America. 20, 21
  • Stephenson. Robert, and Co., Ltd., The " Rocket " Rebuilt, 592, 595
  • Stork Brothers, Lentz Standard Marino Steam Engine, 552, 553
  • Sunderland Forge and Engineering Co Ltd., 3-Ton Electrically Driven Cargo Winch. 598
  • Sukkur Barrage, Sheet Piling Cofferdams for, 351
  • Supermarine " Solent " Flying Yacht, 37
  • Sutlej Valley Project, 93. 102
  • Swinburne, M. W., and Sons. Ltd. New Form of Piston Pump. " Breech " Type. Hand-operated or Geared Crank-driven, 686

T

  • Tanabe, S., Hydro-electric Works in Japan. 248

U

  • Ulster Imperial Line, Cross-Channel Motor Vessels of, 495
  • U.S. Cruiser " Pensacola." 2 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)

V

  • "Viceroy of India "-see P and O Liner
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Cement Kiln " Recuperator," 653, 654 ; P.M.G. Brass Castings, 654
  • Vickers - Armstrong.; Ltd., Six-cylinder 750 B.H.P. Light-weight Oil Engine, 194
  • Vickers " Vellore," Single-engined Freight Carrier, 5, 6, 14 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Victoria Tube Co Ltd., Air Heating Batteries for 275 lb. Steam Pressure, 240, 244
  • Vulcan Foundry Ltd.. and Metropolitan-Vickers, Ltd., Electric Locomotive for G.I.P. Railway. India, 21 (Supplement January 4th. 1929)

W

  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co Ltd., "Auto-Klean" Oil Strainer ; Low Air Pressure Burner ; Oil-fired Ships' Galley ; Oil Fuel Burner ; Oil Heating and Pumping Unit.. 597, 598
  • Ward, H. J., Refrigeration on Shipboard, 206, 212, 217-220
  • Weir, G. and J. Ltd., Direct-acting Feed Pumps with Float Tank ; Steam Turbine-driven Feed Pump ; Two-throw Power Pump) ; 10-Ton Marine Evaporator. 596
  • Weir, J. G., Modern Feed Water Circuits, 106
  • Welland Ship Canal, Lock Gates, 511-514, 518
  • Wells, Justin H., Kinetic Boundary Friction, 454
  • Westinghouse Double-unit Locomotive, 699
  • Westland" Wapiti " General Purpose Seaplane, 4
  • Westland " Wizard " Military Monoplane, 4, 14
  • Whitby, New Sewerage and Sea Outfall Work at. 376
  • Willesden Power Station, 284, 312
  • Wood, W. R. Combustion Steam Generator Company, Ltd., Steam Generators at Brighton, 578, 579 (Two-page Supplement, May 24th, 1929)
  • Wright, Johnstone and C. W. Marshall, Construction of the " Grid " Transmission System in Great Britain, 127

Y

Subjects

A

AERONAUTICS

  • Airship " R 101," 38
  • " A.W. 14 " Single-seater Fighter, Armstrong-Whitworth, 35. 46
  • Bristol "Titan " 200 13.H.P. Air-cooled
  • Aeroplane Engine. 35
  • " Fairey " III. F Lifting Sling, Folding
  • Wings, Bomber's Cockpit, 30, :37
  • Freight Carrier, Single-engined " Vonore,"
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., 5, 6, 14 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Gloster " Goldfinch " All-metal Single-seater
  • Fighter, 34, 46
  • Gloster-Hele-Shaw -Beacham Variable Pitch
  • Propeller, 34, 35
  • Jaguar Supercharged Motor Car Engine.
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 35. 36
  • Military Monoplane, Westland " Wizard," 4. 14
  • Parnall " Imp," Two-seater Light Aeroplane, 34, 46
  • Short Brothers, Ltd., " Calcutta " Flying
  • Boat, Engine and Passengers' Cabin, 36. 46
  • Simmonds " Cirrus-Spartan " Light Aeroplane, 34, 35
  • Single-seater Fighter " Lincock," Blackburn
  • Aeroplane and Motor Company, Ltd., 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1029)
  • Single-seater Fighter " Partridge," Boulton
  • and Paul, Ltd., 4 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Supermarine " Solent, " Flying Yacht, 37
  • Tubular Steel Fuselage and Duralumin
  • Wing Frame of Handley Page " Hinaidi "
  • Night Bomber, 5
  • Twin-engined Troop Carrier "Clive," Handley Page, Ltd., 5, 14
  • Two-seater Light Aeroplane " Gipsy Moth,"
  • De Havilland Aircraft Company, Ltd., 5 (Supplement. January 4th, 1929)
  • Westland " Wapiti," General Purpose Seaplane, 4
  • AIR Compressor, Chain-driven, and Engine,
  • G. D. Peters and Co., Ltd., 193i1
  • Air Heating Batteries for 275 lb. Steam Pressure, Victoria Tube Company, Ltd., 240, 244
  • Air and Oil Filters for Oil Engines, Simms
  • Motor Units, Ltd., 247
  • " Auto-Klean " Oil Strainer ; Low Air Pressure
  • Burner ; Oil-fired Ships' Galley ; Oil Fuel
  • Burner ; Oil Heating and Pumping Unit,
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company,
  • Ltd., 597, 598
  • Automatic Coupler for Railway Rolling Stock,
  • The B.A.W., 216
  • Automatic Weighing Machines, Henry Simon,
  • Ltd., 90, 120, 148

B

  • BIRTHPLACE of George Stephenson, 650
  • Boiler-house and Pulverised Coal-fired Boilers
  • at Peterborough, 568, 569
  • Boiler, Model of, Babcock and Wilcox, 542
  • Boiler, 600 lb. Pressure Water-tube. Yarrow
  • and Co., Ltd., 82
  • Boiler, Vertical Fire-tube, Constructional Engineering Company. Ltd., 554
  • Boiler, Vertical Multitubular, with Welded
  • Fire-box and Tube Plate, Riley Bros., Ltd., 652
  • Boiler, Water-tube, for Marine Purposes,
  • Arthur Spyer, 414

BRIDGES

  • Ambassador Bridge Over the Detroit River, 400, 403, 464, 520, 539
  • Bridges and Viaducts on the Nice-Coni Trans-alpine Railway. 429-432, 436
  • Hudson River Suspension Bridge, 481-483, 490
  • Khartoum-Omdurrnan Bridge, Dorman,
  • Long and Co., Ltd., 124, 132
  • Saltash Bridge, Reconstruction of Land
  • Spans. 676 (Two-page Supplement. June 21st, 1929)

C

  • CEMENT Kiln " Recuperator." 653, 654 ;
  • P.M.G. Brass Castings, Vickers-Armstrongs,
  • Ltd., 654
  • Chapter in the History of the Water Supply of
  • London, Rhys Jenkins, 110
  • Coal Plant—see Pulverised
  • Compressors for Refrigeration on Shipboard,
  • H. J. Ward, 212, 217-220
  • Coupler, Railway—see Automatic

D

  • DAM, Aswan. Report on Proposed Heightening. 162
  • Dam, Coolidge, in Arizona. 64 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1929)
  • Detection of Flaws in Rails, Equipment for,
  • Sperry Rail Service Corporation, 522. 523
  • Disintegrator, Multiple-disc. Thomas Robinson
  • and Son, Ltd.. 112
  • Ditch-making Machine, Steam-operated, John
  • Fowler and Co., Ltd.. 708, 712
  • Dock. Alfred, Birkenhead. Dock Gate Machinery, 240, 244
  • Dragline—see Excavators

E

  • ELECTRO-PLATING—see Electrical Matter

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Alouette Hydro-electric Power Station, 440-443
  • Alternating-current Enclosed Fan-ventilated Motor ; " Castle " Automatic Street
  • Traffic Control Equipment ; Electro-plating Motor Generator Set ; Welding
  • Set, Alternating-current Motor Coupled to
  • Direct-current Dynamo. J. H. Holmes and
  • Co., Ltd., 686. 687 5-kW Automatic Heavy Oil Lighting Set ; 100 B.H.P. Four-cylinder " Atomic-Diesel " Generator Set., Petters Ltd., 543, 544
  • Direct Generation of Alternating Current at
  • High Voltages, Hon. Sir C. Parsons and
  • Mr. J. Rosen, 321
  • Electrical COI Meter, Cambridge Instrument
  • Company, Ltd., 571
  • Electric Locomotives-see Locomotives
  • Electric Motor Control Gear Faotory, Various
  • Departments and Machinery, British
  • Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 600, 607
  • Fabricated Stator, British Thomson-Houston, 11
  • Farmers Rapids Power Station on the
  • Gatineau River, Quebec, 406, 408
  • Flame-proof Circuit Breaker ; Flame-proof
  • Switch Pillar ; Pillar with Switch Removed, 624 ; Ring Main Isolating Switch.
  • A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.. 625
  • " Grid " Triple -pole Oil-immersed Circuit
  • Breakers, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 50
  • Helsby Towers Erection, 132,000-Volt Transmission Line, 11
  • Isle Malign© Power Plant on the Saguenay
  • River. Quebec, 178, 186
  • Laboratory. Testing. at Ivry, Electrical
  • Insulators, High-pressure Transformers,
  • High-frequency Testing Apparatu', &en 701
  • London Power Company, 174, 202-204. 228, 256-259, 284-286, 312, 342-344, 354. 386--388, 404
  • Motor Converters. 1500-Volt, Bruce Peebles
  • and Co., Ltd., 50
  • Overhead Distribution at Chester, 11
  • Power Station, No. Lister Drive, Pulverised
  • Coal Plant at, 180
  • Peterborough Electricity Works, Pulverised
  • Coal Plant at, 567-569, 574
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 452-454, 462, 478-480, 506, 534-536, 562-564, 590-592, 618, 619
  • Stator, 105-Ton, Transporting. Unloading
  • and Erecting, in Treforost Power Station ;
  • Railway Wagons for Transporting, C. A.
  • Parsons and Co., Ltd., 324, 332
  • Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development.
  • H. L. Guy. 136, 152
  • Transformer with Tap-changing Gear, British
  • Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.. 51
  • Transformer, 15,000-kVA, 132.000-Volt,
  • English Electric Company, Ltd.. 526
  • Transformers, 132,000-Volt, and Switchgear
  • for the Grid. Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 690
  • Turbine-driven Direct-current Generator,
  • C. A. Parsons and Co.. Ltd.. 363. 364
  • Turbo-alternator, Record Efficiency of, C. A.
  • Parsons and Co.. Ltd., 96
  • Turbo-generator Set, 300-kW Self-contained,
  • W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 604, 605
  • Turbo-generator, 40,000-kW. in Bart on
  • Station, Manchester, Metrovick, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Turbo-generators, 33.000-Volt, 25,000-kW
  • Set, at Brirnsdown, C. A. Parsons, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Turbo-generators. Two 20,000-kW, at.
  • Coventry, British Thomson-Houston Company, 1.1 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Woodbridge-road Station, Guildford Corporation. 10 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • Cold-starting Marine Oil Engine, 300 B.H. P.
  • Six-cylinder, Gardner and Sons. Ltd., 79
  • D.A. Four-stroke 5000 S.H.P. Engine, Kincaid-Harland-B. and W., 8, 9
  • Exhaust Turbo-charged Oil Engine, Model,
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 625
  • Opposed Piston Oil Engine, Three-cylinder 1000 B.H.P., W. Doxford and Sons, Ltd., 570
  • Six-cylinder 750 B.H.P. Light-weight Oil
  • Engine, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 194
  • Two-stroke. Opposed-piston 650 S.H.P.
  • Engine, Wm. Doxford and Sons, Ltd., 9
  • Double-acting 1250 S.H.P. Marine Oil Engine,
  • also Fuel Pump and Starting Controls,
  • Ricliardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd.. 9. 274-276 1200 I.H.P. Lentz Standard Marine Steam
  • Engine, Stork Brothers, 552, 553
  • Six-cylinder 120 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine,
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 303
  • Sulzer Engine, 7040 S.H.P. Eight-cylinder,
  • for M.V. " Poelau Roehiah," 55 18 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Marine Oil Engine,
  • Petters Ltd., 544 -12,000 B.H.P. Two-stroke Double-acting
  • M.A.N. Engine, 705
  • EVAPORATOR, 10-Ton Marine, G. and J.
  • Weir, Ltd., 596, 597
  • Excavating Machine, Multiple Purpose, Denholm Contractors Machinery Company, Ltd.. 664
  • Excavators, Self-propelling Dragline, for India,
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 247

EXHIBITIONS:

  • British Industries Fair-sec Separate Section
  • of Index
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, 541-544, 570-572, 596-598, 624-626, 652-654, 686-688
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 42, 68-For Exhibits see Scientific Instruments
  • Technical Fair at Leipzig, 286

F

  • FAIRS-see Exhibitions
  • Feed Water Circuits, Modern, J. G. Weir, 106
  • Feed Water Filter, North-Eastern Marino Engl.
  • nearing Company. Ltd.. 625
  • Floating Dock, 15,000-Ton, Australian-built. 515
  • " Fluidmoter," Fluidmeters, Ltd., 54
  • Forged High-pressuro Boiler Drum Closod by
  • Swaging, 426
  • Forging of Seamless Stool Drums, Captnin
  • Ronald Benson, M.C., 426
  • Fuel Research Laboratories. New. at. (Mawr'.
  • B. F. Haanel 160

G

  • GAS Heating—sec Industrial
  • Gasworks, Partington, of the Manchester Corporation, 678,079
  • Gear Pumps—sec Pumps
  • Geared Steam Winch, Babcock and Wilcox.
  • Ltd.. 542
  • Goodall Articulated Draw-bar Coupling. A.B.C.
  • Coupler and Engineering Company, 716
  • Grid Transformers, 526
  • " Grid " Transmission System in Great Britain,
  • Construction of, Johnstone NVright and C. W.
  • Marshall, 127, 133
  • Grinding Machine—see Machine Tools

H

  • HACKSAW Factory, James Neill and Cu. (Sheffield). Ltd.. 109
  • Hydro-electric Plants. Pumped Storage in, 496
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme. Tho Shannon, 452-454,462,478-480,506
  • Hydro.electric Works in Japan. S. Tanabe, 248
  • Hydrostatic Regulator, Cambridge Iiimtrument
  • Company, I.td., 672

I

  • INDICATORS. Flow and Level ; Indicators,
  • Pressure. C. I.. Stolloo Monitors Pritont
  • Safety Devices. 597
  • Industrial Heating by Gas, Premix Cam Plant...
  • Ltd.. 190
  • Iron Fire-bars, Lanz-Perlit, and Ordinary Cast,
  • North-Eastern Marino Engineering Company,
  • Ltd., 625,626
  • Irrigation Dam. Coolidge, in Arizona, 64 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1929)
  • Irrigation Project. Sutloj Valley. 93. 102

K

  • KEYS and Keyways—ace Standardisation
  • Kinetic Boundary Friction, Justin H. Weils, 454

L

  • LABORATORY at Ivry—see Electrical
  • Matters
  • Laboratory Methods of Research in Hydraulics.
  • L. U. Malz, 648
  • Lanz-Polak—see Iron Piro-bars
  • Lathes—sec Machine Tools

LOCOMOTIVES :

  • Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 4-8-2-2-8-4 Garrett Engine. Beyer, Peacock and Co., 19,20
  • Dorado, Railway. Coloinl.ia, Narrow•gatigi,
  • Engine, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and
  • Co., Ltd., 19
  • Electric Locomotives for G.N. Railway,
  • General Electric Single-unit Loco-.
  • motive. 698 ; Westinghouse Double-unit
  • Locomotive, 699
  • Electric Locomotives, 4000 H.P., on the
  • Loetachberg Tunnel Railway, 97
  • Electric Mine Locomotive. Greenwood and
  • Batley. Ltd., 469
  • G.I.P. Railway, India, Electric Locomotive.
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., and Metropolitan.
  • Vickers. Ltd.. 21 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • . W . It. " Hall " Class Two•cylindor
  • Passenger Engino, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Indian State Railways Narrow.gaugo Engine,
  • W. G. Bagnall. Ltd., 19
  • Kitson-Moyer Locomotive for Colombia,
  • Kiteon and Co., Ltd., 20
  • Ljungstrom Locomotive, Development of, 372, 398-400 (Two-page Supplement, April 12th, 1929)
  • L.M.S. Modified " Claughton " Passenger
  • Locomotive, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • L.M.S. Tank Engine, 17
  • L.N.E.R. Engines with Ransom° and Marlon'
  • Roller Bearings, 18
  • L.N.E.R. Passenger Engine and Corridor
  • Tender, 17 (Suppkmeni, January 4th, 1929)
  • L.N.E.R. Passenger Three-cylinder Engine
  • for Great Eastern Section, 18 ; (Corm.
  • Lion), 59 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway,
  • Y.C. Motor-gauge Locomotive, Nasmyth,
  • Wilson and Co., Ltd., 20 (Supplement.
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • North-Western Railway of India, Narrow-gauge Engine, Nasmyth. Wilson and Co.,
  • Ltd., 18, 20
  • Oil.electric 2660 H.P. Locomotive for
  • Canadian National Railway, 21 (Supplement, January 4th, 1020)
  • Poultnoy Locomotive, 15in. Gauge, York.
  • shire Engine Company, Ltd.. 19. 21
  • " Rocket," The. Rebuilt, Robert :Stephenson
  • and Co., Ltd., 592, 595
  • Shunting Engine for Madras Port Trust.
  • Hunslot Engine Company. Ltd.. 19, 20
  • South African Railways Mixed Traffic Engine.
  • North British Locomotive Company. Ltd.. 20 (Supplement. January 4th. 1929)
  • South America, Mt. Gin. Gauge Engine for.
  • Robert Stephenson and Co.. Ltd.. 20. 21
  • Tank Engine for Persia. Peckett and Sons
  • Ltd., 20
  • Tank Engine for South Africa. Avonside
  • Engine Company, Ltd., 19
  • LOCK Gates of the Welland Ship Canal, 511-514, 518

M

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Grinding Machine, Electro-hydraulic Surface. Lumsden Machine Company. Ltd., 660
  • Grinding Machine 4or Locomotive Parts.
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd.. 109 86in. Heavy.duty Railway Wheel Lathe.
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd.. and Alfred Herbert.
  • Ltd., 74. 78
  • Lathe, High speed 42in. Shafting, G. and A.
  • Harvey, Ltd.. 202-294. 290
  • Leipzig Fair. Machine Tools at :
  • Auto.latho, Combination Turret Lathe.
  • Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 327, 328
  • Metro Centres Lathe. Tool Grinder. Schiess.
  • Dofrios, 327
  • Machine Tool Equipinont at Kilmarnock :
  • Vertical Typo Boring and Turning Mill.
  • George Richards and Co.. Ltd.. 661. 662 ;
  • Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine.
  • Shanks, 661, 662
  • Milling Machine, High.power Plain, and
  • Vertical Milling Attachment, Alfred Her.
  • bort, Ltd., 030, 637
  • Triple-head Angle Punching and Cropping Machine, James Bennie and Sons. Ltd.. 582
  • MALCOLM .FEURHEERD Pump. and Various
  • Control Gear, Bever, Dorling and Co.. Ltd.. 652

MAPS

  • Hudson River Bridge, Site of. 481
  • Railways in France and Italy. The Nico•Coni
  • Railway, 429
  • Sutlej Valley Irrigation Project. 94
  • MINE Fan Bearing, Davidson and Co., Ltd., 687
  • Modern Feed-water Circuits. J. G. Weir, 106
  • I Motor driven Railway Coach. Drewry Car Company. Ltd.. 470

O

  • OIL. Coal and Iron Enterprises in South
  • Manchuria. %V. F. Collins, 486
  • Omnibus Braking and Door Control. G. D.
  • Petors and Co.. Ltd., 193

P

  • P. AND O. Turbo.olmtrie Liner " Viceroy of
  • India," 232-234 (Four-pays Supplement.
  • March 1st, 1929)
  • Photo.print Developing Machine, B. J. Hall
  • and Co.. Ltd., 689
  • Portrait, William Worby Beaumont. 439
  • Portrait, Herbert J. Marshall. 002
  • Portrait, Albert Charles Pain, 298
  • Portrait, Robert Whyte liheid, 384
  • Portrait. Sir William Rowan-Thomson, 242
  • Powdered Fuel Tests on Lancashire Boilers.
  • B. and L. Powdered Fuel, Ltd., 304-Power—see Electrical Matters.
  • Presidential Chair Presented by Sir John
  • Aspinall to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 443
  • Pulverised Coal Plant, Atritor, at the No. 3
  • Lister Drive Power Station, Alfred Herbert,
  • Ltd.. 180
  • Pulverised Coal Plant at the Potorborough
  • Power Station, 567-669, 574
  • Pulverisor, " Resolutor." Clarke, Chapman and
  • Co., Ltd., 542. 543

PUMPS :

  • Direct-acting Feed Pumps with Float Tank ;
  • Steam Turbino.drivon Feed Pump ; Two.
  • throw Power Pump, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 596
  • Electrically driven Pumps. " Controx."
  • " Porvac," " Horzoil," and " Vertoil,"
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 572
  • Gear Pump. Henry E. Merritt, 170
  • Low-lift Screw Pump for Surface Drainage.
  • Hathorn, Davey and Co.. Ltd., 466
  • Piston Pump. " Brooch " Typo, Hand.
  • operated or Geared Crank-driven. M. W.
  • Swinburne and Sons. Ltd.. 686
  • Pumped Storage in Hydro.eloctric Plants, 496
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Pumping Station, 616

R

  • RAIL Cars—gee Steam
  • Railway Terminus, Hudson Bay, in Churchill Harbour. 428
  • Reconstruction Work at Old Hill Tunnel,
  • O.W.R., R. C. Sikes, 381
  • Refrigeration on Shipboard, H. J. Ward, 200, 212. 217-220
  • Regenerative Surface Condensers, Thomas
  • Potty, 229-231, 269-261, 313-316, 340-348, 388
  • Reinforced Concrete Casing for Injured Timber
  • Piles. Major F. M. Du-Plat-Tavlor, 577
  • Remedial Works, Proposed, at Niagara Falls, 358
  • Research in Meelianical Engineering by Small-scale Apparatus, Atmospheric Wind Tunnol, 319. 320: Arlington Memorial Bridge,
  • Celluloid Model of. 320 ; Tests of " Golden
  • Arrow " Car and of Model Air-screw. 320 ;
  • F. C. Johanson. 318-321
  • Retardation and Prevention of Oxidation,
  • John G. A. Rhodin, 66, 92
  • Road-making Plant, Oil Engine-driven, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 139

S

  • SALVING of the ex-German Battle-cruiser 'Seydlitz', 205

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :

  • Direction Finder, Typo 11 0, Marconi Company. 42
  • Direction Finder, Radio Communication
  • Company. 71
  • Extensometer for Testing Paper for Humi•
  • dity. Cambridge Instrument Company,
  • Ltd., 43
  • Introscope, Foster Instrument Company, 70
  • Manometer. Recording Balanced, George
  • Kent, Ltd., 70
  • Micrometer, Direet Reading, Interior,
  • Mechanism. Cambridge Instrument Company. Ltd.. 42
  • Microphone and Microphone Control Unit.
  • Igranic Electric Company, 68
  • Micro-photometer. Photo Electric, Cambridge Instrument Company. Ltd.. 69
  • Multipoint Draught Gauge. Electra° Meters
  • Company. Ltd., 43
  • Noise Tester and Connections, M. L. Magneto
  • Company, Ltd., 71
  • Rectifier Instrument. Connections for.
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co. Ltd.. 09
  • Rotational Accelerometer, Cambridge Instrument Company. Ltd., 42, 43
  • " Rotoscope " with Various Typos of Shutter.
  • A. .1. Ashdown, 70
  • Signal Strength Measuring Set, Marconi
  • Company, 42
  • Valve Testing Sot, Ferranti. Ltd., 68
  • SEWAGE Disposal Works at Lytham St.
  • Annos. 616
  • Sewage Screen, Endless Rope, F. W. Brackett
  • and Co.. Ltd., 182
  • Sewerage and Sea Outfall Works, New. at
  • Whitby. 376
  • Shoot Piling Cofferdams for the Sukkur Bar•
  • rage. 351

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • See also Salving
  • British Navy :
  • H.M. Battleships " Nelson " and " Rodney." 303
  • II.M. Cruiser " York." 2 (Supplement,
  • January 4111. 1929)
  • H.M. Reconstructed Aircraft Carrier
  • " Courageous." 2. 3
  • Foreign Navies
  • Fronch Cruiser " Tourvillo," 3 (Supp/ement,
  • January Oh. 1929)
  • German Vessel, " Ersatz Preussen," Profile
  • and Plan, 3. 53
  • Holland-America Liner " Statendatn," Harland and Wolff. Ltd., OW. 603, 622 623
  • Japanese Cruiser " Aoba," 2 (Supplement.
  • January 4th. 1929)
  • U.S. Cruiser " Pensacola." 2 (Supplement.
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Booth Line Turbine Cargo Ship " Boniface," 24
  • Canada-Wost Indies Liner " Lady Nelson," 23 (Supplement. January 4th, 1929)
  • C.P.R. 21,500-Ton Twin-screw Liner
  • " Duchess of Atholl," 23
  • C.P.R. 21,500-Ton Twin-screw Liner
  • " Duchess of Bedford," 23 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • C.P.R. Coastal Steamer "Princess Elaine," 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Cross-Channel Motor Vessels of the Ulster
  • Imperial Line, 495
  • Grace Liner " Santa Barbara," 6, 7, 8
  • Boulder Line Refrigerated Cargo Motor
  • Ship, " Dunster Grange." 6 (Supplement,
  • January 4th. 1929)
  • King Lino Motor Cargo Ship " King John," 6. 7
  • Lancashire Shipping Company. Ltd., 9000-Ton Motor Cargo Ship, " Muncaster
  • Castle." 7, 8
  • Nelson Line Passenger and Refrigerated
  • Cargo Motor Ship " Highland Monarch," 6, 54 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Oil-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 8 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Orient Liner " Orford," 20,000-Ton. 22
  • Panama-Pacific Turbo•olectric Liner. " California," 41 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Seott•Still Engined Cargo Motor Ship
  • " Ettrybates," 10 (Supplement, January 4th. 1929)
  • Turbo-eleatric P. and O. Liner " Viceroy of
  • India," 40, 41, 232-234. 268, 272-274. 300-302 (Four-page 'Supplement, March 1st, 1929)
  • SHOPS. Now Heavy Engineering, at Kilmarnock. Glenfield and Kennedy. Ltd.. 656. 661 (For Equipment. see Machine Tools)
  • Sinter House, Guest. Keen and Nettivfolth.
  • Ltd.. Cardiff Works, 508. 509
  • Stabilograph. Profemor '1'. 13. Abell, 49,1 (Letters). 580. 663. 680
  • Standardisation of Keys and Keyways.
  • Heaven. 456-458. 459, 465
  • Steatn (lenerators at Brighton, W. H. 'Wood, 578, 579 (Two Togo Suppirmrrit, May 1929)
  • Steam-operated Ditch-making Machine. .1 cam
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 708. 712
  • Steam Hail Cars. Two New, for Overseas,
  • Cammell Laird and Co.. and Sentinel Waggon
  • Works, Ltd., 156. 158
  • Steam Turbine, General Electric Company, 202
  • Steel Sleepers. G.K.N. Typo. 412
  • Street Traffic Control—see Electric/al Mutters.

T

  • TELESCOPE. 36in. Reflecting, Sir Howard
  • Grubb, Parsons and CO., 626
  • Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development.
  • H. L. Guy, 136. 152
  • Testing Machine. %Main Fairbairn. 714. 715
  • Thomas Recording Gas Calorimeter, Cambridge
  • Instrument Company. Ltd.. 571
  • Traction Engine, A Nrotoran. P. and F. Howard, 413
  • Tractors—see Road-snaking Plant
  • Trailer Wagon to Carry 85-Ton Loads. John
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds). Ltd., 166
  • Tunnel Bearing and Thrust Blocks, Michell
  • Bearings. Ltd.. 624
  • Tunnel, Cascade, Groat Northern Railway.
  • U.S.A.. 044. 672. 682. 698
  • Tunnel, Old Bill, G.W.R. Hoconstruction Vl'ork
  • at, R. C. Sikes. 381
  • Turbine, 25.900-kW B.T.H.. 285
  • Turbine, Geared. 300-kW, and Condenser.'
  • W. H. Allen, Sons and Co.. Ltd., 004, 605, 606
  • Turbine, Steam. 10,000-kW Three-cylinder,
  • Skoda Works, Ltd., 628, 032-635
  • Turbines—see Steam
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters.

V

  • VACUUM Pan, Calandria Typo. 416

W

  • WATER Supply, " Permutit " Softening Plant
  • at Mexborough, 486
  • Weighing—see Automatic
  • Wolding--ace Electrical Matters
  • Winch. 3-Ton Electrically Driven Cargo, Sunderland Forgo and Enginooring Company.
  • Ltd.. 598
  • Winch. Electrically Driven 5-Ton Cargo. Clarke.
  • Chapman and Co., Ltd.. 542, 543
  • Winch. Single-geared Steam. Babcock and
  • Wilcox, Ltd.. 542 1Vindlass, Electrically Driven, for 211n. CiAllo,
  • Clarke. Chapman and Co., Ltd.. 542, 543
  • Works, Bonfield, High Wycombe, Shops and Testing Department. 546 ; Main Power Plant, Foundry. 551 ; Broom and Wade. Ltd., 546, 550, 551, 552

Supplements

  • BRITISH Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight-page Supplement and Two-page Plate, February 15th. 1929) (Eight.page Supplement and Four-page Plate, February 22nd, 1929)
  • Coolidge Irrigation' Dam in Arizona (Supplement, January 18th, 1929)
  • Electrical Engineering in 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Ljungstrom Locomotive for the Argentine State Railways, Nydqvist and Holm AFB, Sweden (Two.page Supplement, April 12th, 1929)
  • P. and O. Turboelectric Liner " Viceroy of India," Propelling Machinery and Boiler and Engine Rooms (Four.page Supplement, March 1st, 1929)
  • Saltash Bridge, G.W.R., Reconstruction of the Land Spans (June 21st, 1929)
  • Some Aeroplanes of 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Some Cruisers of 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Some Locomotives of 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Some Motor Ships of 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Some Steamships of 1928 (January 4th, 1929)
  • Steam Generator for the Southwick Power Station, Brighton, Combustion Steam Generator, Ltd. (May 24th, 1929)

British Industries Fair at Birmingham

Names of Exhibitors

B

  • BIRMINGHAM Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 236
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 264
  • Boulton and Paul. Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, vi, vii,
  • and Four-page Plate, Figs. 1.. XIII.
  • Bradley and Turton, Ltd., 265
  • Braithwaite and Co., Ltd., and Steatite and
  • Porcelain Products, Ltd., 238
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 264
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 22.2.29, iv, v
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., Suppt.. 15.2.29, v, and
  • Two-page Plate, Fig. VII.
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Suppt.,22.2.29, v, vi,
  • and Four-page Plate, Fig. VI.
  • Brotherhood, Peter, Ltd.. Suppt.. 22.2.29, v,
  • and Four-page Plate, Figs. VI., XV I.
  • Bull Motors, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, v

C

  • CANNING, W., and Co., Ltd.. 238
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29. vii,
  • d Two-page Plate, Fig. II. ('rosthwaite Engineering and Furnace Coma pang, Ltd.. Suppt., 22.2.29, viii
  • DAVEY, Paxman and Co.. Ltd., Suppt.. 15.2.29, vii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. VIII.

D

  • Doxine. Ltd.. Suppt.. 22.2.29. ii
  • Dorman, %V. H.. and Co.. Ltd., Su ppt., 22.2.29,
  • vu
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, 1, ii

E

  • ELLISON, George, Suppt., 15.2.29, v, %)

F

  • FESCOL, Ltd.. Suppt., 22.2.29, iii
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 208
  • Filtrators, Ltd., 209, 210
  • Finney, George, and Co., 238
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iv

G

  • GENERAL Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, ii.i, iv, and Four-page Plate. Fig. XIV.
  • Oilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, ii
  • Gutta Percha Company, 237

H

  • •HACKBRIDGE Electric Construction Company, Ltd., 263
  • HadfieIds, Ltd., 208
  • Hands, John, and Sons. Ltd., 265
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iv. v
  • Holden and Hunt, Suppe., 15.2.29, vi
  • Hollings and Guest. Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, ii,
  • and Four-page Plate, Fig. XV.
  • Howard, James and Frodk., Ltd., 208

L

  • LACY-HULBERT and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, viii, and Four-page Plate, Figs. II.,
  • Ley's Malleable Castings Company, Ltd., 236
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iii

M

  • MARSHALL, Sons and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. I.
  • Metropolitan Fuel Company, Ltd., 265
  • Midland Fan Company, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29,
  • iii, and Two-page Platt, Fig. IX.
  • Monel-Weir, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, vii. viii, and
  • Four-page Plate. Fig. IX.

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company. Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 15.2.29, vi, and Two-page Plate, Fig. 11.
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, vii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. IV.

P

  • PARKER. Winder and Aehurch, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29. i
  • Parkes, G. B., Ltd., 238
  • Peters, G. D., and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 16.2.29, viii,
  • and Two-page Plate. Figs. V. and VI.
  • Petters, Ltd.. Suppt.,
  • Pneulec, Ltd., 264

R

  • RAPID Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 263 •
  • Reavell and Co.. Ltd., 237
  • Reyrolle and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iii,
  • and Four-page Plate, Fig. VIII.
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 209

S

  • SALTER, George, and Co., Ltd., 208
  • Stuart Turner, Ltd., Suppt.. 22.2.20, ii, and
  • Four-page Plate, Figs. X., XII.
  • Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., 263

T

  • TANGYES Ltd., Suppt.. 22.2.29, vi, and Four-pogo Plate, Figs. IV., V., XI.
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd.. Suppt., 22.2.29, i

W

  • WARD, James (Worcester), Ltd., 210
  • West's Gas Improvement Company. Ltd., 209
  • Wingate Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iii, and Two-page
  • Plate, Fig. X.
  • Other Exhibitors : Arthur Balfour and Co..
  • Ltd., Earle, Bourne and Co.. Ltd.. Expanded
  • Metal Company. Ltd., Firth, Thos., and Sons,
  • Ltd.. Harvey, G. A.. and Co. (London). Ltd..
  • Phillips, Charles D., Ltd., Rylands Brothers,
  • Ltd., Westwood, A. E., Ltd., Wiggin, Henry.
  • and Co., Ltd., 266

SUBJECTS

A

  • AIR Compressor for Inflating Firex. &e.;
  • Portable Air Compressor Driven by Lister
  • Petrol Engine ; Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd..
  • Suppe., 22.2.29. viii, and Four-page Plate,
  • Figs. II., III.
  • Air Compressor. Petrol Enne-driven ; Portable Compressor Set ; Rotary Air Compressor ; Road Breaker and Pneumatic
  • Rammer ; Broom and Wade, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, v, vi, and Four-page Plate, Fig. VII.
  • Air Compressors, Various Types ; Pneumatic
  • Tools ; Concrete Breakers. Pneumatic
  • Spades, &a; Reavell-Askania Regulator ;
  • Reavell and Co.. Ltd., 237
  • Appliances for Scaling Boilers ; Drilling Holes
  • in Mild Steel ; Emory Wheels ; General
  • Utility.Set for Direct and Alternating current
  • Motor Driving ; F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 22.2.29, ii
  • " Atritor " Coal-drying, Pulverising and Firing
  • Machine, and " Atritor " Metal Separator,
  • Suppt., 15.2.29, iv, v ; Drill Heads, Two-speed and Four-speed ; Alfred Herbert,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iv
  • Automatic Four-slide Wire or Strip-forming
  • Machines, James Ward (Worcester), Ltd., 210

B

  • BRICK Breaker ; Concrete Mixers ; Wingot, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. X.

D

  • DIE Cacting Machines ; " Flexstel " Steel Piping ; W. H. Dorinan and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, vii

E Electrical Matters

  • Arc Welding Sets : Two-are Stationary Motor Generator Welding Plant ; Single-arc Portable Motor Generator Set ; G. D. Peters and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, viii, and Two-page Plate, Figs. V. and VI.
  • Electric Furnaces ; Automatic Temperature
  • and other Equipment ; " Magnet " Electric Japanning Oven ; " Witton " Motors ;
  • G.E.C. Dwarf Circuit Breaker ; 5-Amp 're
  • Flame-proof S.P. Quick Make-and-Break
  • Switch, etc.; General Electric Company,
  • Suppt., 22.2.29, iii, iv, and Four-page
  • Plate, Fig. XIV.
  • Furnaces, Electric, Portable, and Large,
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 236
  • Electric Lighting Sets with Petrol-drive,
  • Re-designed,Stuart Turner, Suppe., 22.2.29, ii, iii, and Four-page Plate, Figs.
  • X., XII.
  • Electric Lighting Sets, Automatic and
  • Switchboard Types, iii ; Pumps, Deepwell, and Lift, iii ; Sprinkler and Sweeper,
  • Mechanical ; R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 15.2.29, iii
  • Electrical Machinery : Alternator, Special
  • Motor-driven, High-frequency, v ; Direct
  • and Alternating-current Motors, v ; High-tension Motor Generator, v ; Motor
  • generator with Special Series-wound
  • Motor, directly Coupled to Tramway
  • Brake Compressor, v ; Bull Motors, Ltd., 8uppl.. 15.2.29, v
  • Electric Resistance Welding Machines :
  • Chain Welders ; Electric Rivet Heater ;
  • Electric Heater for Soldering Irons ;
  • Holden and Hunt, Suppt., 15.2.29, vi
  • Motors, Single-phase Repulsion-induction ;
  • Circuit Breaker, Thermal Typo Oil-immersed and Alternating-current Motor
  • Starter ; Switchgear Metal-clad Vertical
  • Plugging ; Radio Apparatus ; Mazda
  • Valves ; Electric Gramopholo Motor and
  • " Pick-up " ; British Thomson-Houston
  • Company, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iv
  • Oil Circuit Breaker, Totally Enclosed ;
  • v, vi ; Switchboard, Totally Enclosed,
  • Distribution, v ; Georg© Ellison, Suppt., 15.2.29, v, vi
  • Switchgear, Metal • clad ; " Mothergate "
  • • Switchboards ; Royrolle, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iii, and Four-page Plate, Fig. VIII.
  • Transmission Line Tower for " Grid " Electrical Scheme, Fitted with Insulators made
  • in British Empire, Braithwaite and Co.,
  • Ltd., and Steatite and Porcelain Products,
  • Ltd., 238
  • ELECTROCHEMICAL Deposition, " Fescol "
  • Process, Fescol, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iii
  • Electro-plating and Allied Trades, Appliances
  • for ; Chromium Plating Plant, Improved
  • Typo, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., 238

Engines

  • " Atomic Diesel " Oil Engine, i, ii, iii ; Compressing Set, Petter-Reavell, iii ; Engine,
  • Heavy Oil, 62.5 B.H.P., i ; 700-watt
  • Lighting Set, iii ; Petters, Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, 1,
  • Auto-Truck, with 41 H.P. Petrol Engine,
  • iii ; Commercial Trucks, Passenger-carrying Trucks, Petrol Engine Driven, R. A.
  • Lister and Co., iii
  • Cold-starting Heavy-oil Engine, 55 B.H.P.,
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 208
  • Engine, Heavy-oil, Vertical Four-cylinder
  • Cold-starting, 152 H.P., Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., Suppl., 15.2.29, and Two-page Plate, Fig. IV.
  • Engines, Heavy Oil. Vertical Four-cylinder
  • Compressorloss. 110 B.H.P., and Twin-cylinder 44 B.H.P. Horizontal, Crosslo7
  • Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 15,2,29, vii,
  • and Two-page Plate. Fig. II.
  • Engines : 16 B.H.P. Two-stroke Horizontal ; 60 H.P. Two-stroke Vertical ; 25 B.H.P.
  • and 30 B.H.P. Four-stroke ; Marshall,
  • Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, iii,
  • and Two-page !'late, Fig I..
  • Engines : 21 B.H.P. Horizontal Petrol-paraffin Engine. with Vertical Pump, vi ; 6 B.H.P. Single-cylinder Horizontal Gas
  • Engine ; 60 13.H.P. Horizontal Heavy-oil Engine, vi ; 75 B.H.P. Three-cylinder
  • Vertical Gas Engine, vi ; National Gas
  • Engine Company, Suppt., 15.2.29, vi,
  • and Two-page Plate, Fig. III.
  • Engines : Twin-cylinder and Four-cylinder
  • Oil Engines, vii ; Water Heaters, Steel,
  • Three Types, Davey, Paxman and Co.,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 15.2.29, vii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. VIII.
  • Locomotive, 40 H.P. Oil Engine, Fowler.
  • John and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, iv
  • Oil Engine, Six-cylinder High-speed Brotherhood-Ricardo, Peter Brotherhood, Ltd.,
  • Suppt. 22.2.29, v, and Four-page Plate,
  • Pigs. XVI.
  • Oil En .e, Twin-cylinder, Cold-starting ; 6 B. ..P. Lamp-starting Fuel Oil Engine,
  • Driving 4in. by 6in. Vertical Treble Ram
  • Pump ; 19 B.H.P. Oil Engine Driving
  • Dynamo for Lighting Purposes ; Tangyos,
  • Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, vi, and Four-page
  • Plate, Figs. IV., V., XI.
  • Oil Engines, Horizontal and Vertical ;
  • Pumps, Centrigual, and Ram ; Boiler,
  • " Thermax " Vertical Typo ; Excavating
  • Machine (as Back-acting Trencher), for
  • Oil Engine, Steam, or Electric Drive :
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 209

F

  • " FILTRATOR," with Continuous Blow-down and Heat-recovery Plant, for Treating Boiler Feed Water, Filtrators, Ltd., 209, 210
  • Forced Draught Hand-fired Furnace ; Forced Draught Self -cleaning Furnace ; Crosthwaite Engineering and Furnace Company, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29,viii
  • Foundry Equipment : Cupola ; Sand-throwing Machine ; Coke-fired Portable Mould Dryer ; Pneulec, Ltd., 264

G

  • GUILLOTINE Shears, 13rookes (Oldbury) Ltd.. Suppt., 15.2.29, and Two-page Plate, Fig. VII.

H

  • HAND Trolley with Storage Battery and Electro-magnet for Collecting Ferrous Scrap, &c.; Magnetic Clutch for Machine Tool Driving, &c.; Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 263

L

  • LOCOMOTIVES, (1) Petrol, with Four-cylinder Monoblue Engine; (2) Crude Oil Blackstone Engine ; James and Fredk. Howard, Ltd., 208
  • " Lowrov-Turbo " Portable Fire and General Utility Pump ; Petrol-paraffin Engine, Single-cylinder ; Water Elevator, " Boulton " Heavy-duty High-speed Endless Band ; Water Elevator, Electrically Driven ; Auto-nOic Lighting Set ; Boulton and Paul, Ltd., Suppi., 22.2.29, vi, vii, and Four-page Plate, Figs. I., XIII.

M

  • MACHINING Malleable Coatings, " Black Heart," Ley's Malleable Castings. Ltd., 236
  • Magnetic Alloys : " Mumetal," " Rhometal," and " Radiomotal " ; Nickel-chromium Resistance Alloys, " Pyromic No. 1," " Pyromic No. 2 " ; Gutta Percha Company, 237
  • Monel Metal for Turbine Blading and Casting of Pump Impeller ; also for Valve Spindles, Propeller Shafts, Springs. &c.; Monel-Weir, Suppt., 22.2.29, vii, viii, and Four-page Plate, Fig. IX.

N

  • NOTCHING Press, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, i

O

  • OIL Engines : 150 B.H.P. Single-cylinder Cold-starting ; High-speed Vertical Model for
  • Tractor and Road Haulage ; Pumps : " Unchokeable " Centrifugal ; Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 264
  • Oxygen Cutting Appliances, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 264, 265

P

  • PAINT-SPRAYING Plant, Midland Fan Company, Ltd.. Suppe., 15.2.29, iii, and Two-page Plate, Fig. IX.
  • " Parwinac ' Industrial Oil Burner, Parker, Winder and Achurch, Ltd., Suppt.' 22.2.29, i
  • Pelleting and Tableting Machine ; Hydraulic Presses ; Scrap Paper-cutting Machine ; George Finney and Co., 238
  • Pipes and Pipe Fittings Testing ; Bend-testing jig ; Cock-testing jig ; G. B. Parkes, Ltd., 238
  • Power Presses : Overhung Percussion Screw Press, John Hands and Sons, Ltd., 265
  • Presses : Hydraulic and Hand-operated ; Press for Production of Safety Glass ; Hot Plate Press ; Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, ii, and Four-page Plate, Fig. XV.
  • Pump, Acid, for Dexonite Hardening ; Horizontal Power Pump ; Doxino, Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, ii

R

  • REGULATORS, Various Air and Water-operated ; Double-relay Regulator, Steam Pressure Reducing Valve ; Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company. Ltd., Suppt., 22.2.29, i, ii
  • Retort, Vertical, Working Model of, with Electrically Driven Conveyor, West " Key " Retort ; Specimens of Brick Construction for Retorts, &c.; West's Gas Improvement Company, Ltd., 209

S

  • SPRING Balances and Weighing Machines, George Salter and Co., Ltd., 208
  • Steels, Heat-resisting, " ERA /HR " ; Non-corroding, " ERA/CR " ; Retaining Rings, &c., " Resists H. Y." ; Hadfields, Ltd., 208
  • Surface Combustion Applications, Furnace with Cox Combustor, Metropolitan Fuel Company, Ltd., 265

T

  • THERMAL Relay for Protection of Power Transformers Against Overheating, Hackbridge Electric construction Company, Ltd., 263
  • Turbo-exhauster Machinery ; Pneumatic Despatch Tubes : Pneumatic Air Control Device ; Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., 263, 264

Miscellaneous Exhibits

  • " Monthly Machinery Register " ; Leaflets Describing Mortar Mills, Friction Hoists, Hauling Engines, &c.; Charles D. Phillips, Ltd., 266
  • Oil Gun, A. E. Westwood, Ltd., 266
  • Perforated and Woven Material in Various Metals, G. A. Harvey and Co., Ltd., 266 " Servarising " for Protecting Metals Against Oxidation at High Temperatures, Expanded Metal Company, Ltd., 266
  • Steels, Stainless and Other Special Steels, Saw, New Form, Thos. Firth and Sons, Ltd., 266
  • Steels, Tool ; " Collet Steel " ; Arthur Balfour and Co., Ltd., 266
  • Steel Wire Galvanised by Crape Hot-dip Process. Rylands Brothers, Ltd., 266
  • Yellow Metal Rods, Tubes, Strips, &c., " Baronia," Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., 266
  • Wires, Resistance, &c., H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd., 266

Miscellaneous Articles

A

  • ADVERTISING Convention, Fifth Annual, 679 ; " Quest of Markets " ; Four Papers and Discussion, 679
  • Aeronautics-ses Annual Articles and Illustrated Index.
  • Age Hardening of Some Aluminium Alloys, Dr. Marie Gayler and G. D. Preston, 317
  • Agricultural Machinery, International Trade in, 298
  • Air Filters—sec Filters
  • Air Heating Batteries for 275 lb. Steam Pressure, 246
  • Alfred Dock, Birkenhead, Dock Gate Machinery, Hydraulic Engineering Company, Ltd., 240, 244
  • Alloys of Zirconium, H., C. Sykes, 346
  • Alouette—see Electrical Matters
  • American Couplings, J. G. B. Sams, 76

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 100, 138, 245, 276, 291, 331, 443, 515, 580, 706

  • Acre Engine, New, 443
  • Air Conditioning in a Flour Mill, 291
  • American Tank Locomotive, 138
  • Anti-friction Bearings for Heavy Machinery, 276
  • Asphaltic Road Paving, 443
  • Basic Open-hearth Furnace Work, 443
  • Blades of Steel Turbines, 100
  • Boiler Drums for High Pressure, 276
  • Boulder Dam, 276
  • Car Retarders in Sorting Yards, 706
  • Changing a City's Topography, 706
  • Coal-handling Plant, A Large, 706
  • Continuous-truss Bridge, 331
  • Electric Drive for Rolling Mills, 580
  • Electric Furnace, A New, 245
  • Electric Haulage for Open Mine, 515
  • Electrification on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 100
  • Fire-box, First Locomotives, 276
  • Floating Tunnel,' 706
  • Hydro-electric Developments, 515
  • Inspecting Foundry Moulds, 515
  • Largest Locomotive—Again, 291
  • Locomotive Repairs by Programme, 246
  • Low-temperature Coal Carbonising Plant, 706
  • Molten Iron Carried 11 Miles, 291
  • Non-pressure Creosoting Plant, 291
  • Open-hearth Furnace Practice, 245
  • Railway Dynamometer Car, 515
  • Refrigerant, A New, 100
  • Reheating Furnaces for Blooms, 331
  • Road Machinery Development, 291
  • Saving Dust from Pulverised Coal, 516
  • Special Steel for Airships, 245
  • Subsidence Over Coal Mines, 331
  • Tank Reservoirs for Waterworks, 580
  • Train Ferry and Bridge, 443
  • Tramway Track Construction, 276
  • Treatment of Locomotive Feed Water, 580
  • Turbo-generator of 110,000 kW, 246
  • Welded Steel Pipe Aqueduct, 138

ANNUAL ARTICLES

  • AERONAUTICS IN 1928, 4, 14, 34-38, 46 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • British Aeronautical Industry, 4
  • A.D.C. Aircraft, Ltd., 37
  • " Cirrus " Engine, Now Type, Introduced, 37
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Development Company, 35
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Super-charged Jaguar Engine, 35, 36
  • Armstrong Whitworth " A. W. 14 "
  • Single-seater Fighter, 35, 46
  • A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd., " Avian " Development ; Avro Gosport " with " Mongoose " Engine, 38
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Ltd., 5
  • " Lincook " Light Single-seater Fighter, 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 4
  • H.M. Airship " R 101," 4, 38
  • Single-seater Partridge, 4 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., 35
  • Bristol " Titan " 200 B.H.P. Engine, 35
  • De Havilland Aircraft Company, Ltd., 5
  • " Gipsy Moth " Two-seater Light Aeroplane, 5 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Fairey Aviation Company, Ltd., 36
  • "Fairey " III. F, Wings Folded, 36, 37
  • " Fairey " III. F, Lifting Sling, 37
  • " Fairey " III. F, Bombers' Cockpit, 37
  • Gloster Aircraft Company, Ltd., 34
  • Gloster " Goldfinch " All-metal Single-seater Fighter, 34, 46
  • Gloster-Hele Shaw-Beacham Variable-pitch Propeller, 34, 35
  • Handley Page, Ltd., 5
  • " Clive " Twin-engined Troop Carrier, 5, 14
  • " Hinaidi " Night Bomber, 5
  • Hawker, H. G., Engineering Company,
  • Ltd., 37
  • Parnall, George, and CO., 34
  • Parnall " Imp " Two-seater Light Aeroplane, 34, 46
  • Short Brothers, Ltd.:
  • " Calcutta " Flying Boat Engine, 36 w
  • " Calcutta " Flying Boat Passengers'
  • Cabin, 36
  • " Calcutta " Flying Boat with Slotted
  • Wings, 36, 46
  • Simmonds Aircraft, Ltd., 34
  • Simmefids " Cirrus-Spartan " Light
  • Aeroplane, 35
  • Supermarme Aviation Works, Ltd., 37
  • Supermarine " Solent " Flying Yacht, 37
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., 5
  • Vickers " Vonore " Freight Carrier, 5, 14 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Westland Aircraft Works, 4
  • Hill Pterodactyl Mark IT. Aeroplane, 4
  • Westland Wapiti General Purpose Seaplane, 4
  • Westland " Wizard " Single-seater Military Monoplane, 4, 14
  • Airships :
  • H.M. Airships " R 100 " and " R 101," 38
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1928, 10, 49
  • Padiham, Agocroft and Lister-drive
  • Stations, 10 •
  • Electricity Schemes :
  • Central Electricity Board : South-East
  • England Scheme, 1927, Including
  • London and Homo Counties, 10 ;
  • Central England Electricity Scheme, 1928, Including West and South-West Midlands and East Midlands, 10 ;
  • North-West England and North Wales
  • Electricity Scheme, 1928, 10 ; Central
  • Scotland Scheme, Principal Contracts
  • Placed and Helsby Towers Begun, 11
  • Rural Electrification, 11
  • Farms Connected to Public Supplies, 11
  • Overhead Distribution at Chester, 11
  • Automatic Control Gear, 51
  • Switchgear, 50
  • Government's 132-kV Grid Scheme,
  • Many Large Switchgear Contracts, 50 ;
  • " Grid " Triple-pole Oil-immersed
  • Circuit Breakers, B.T.H. Company, 50
  • Transformers, 51
  • Tap-changing Gear for Transformers, 51
  • Electric Traction : 1500-Volt Motor Converters, Bruce
  • Peebles and Co., Ltd., 50
  • Electric Locomotives, General Electric
  • Company and Hawthorn, Leslie and
  • Co., Ltd., 50
  • Diesel - electric tocomotives, General
  • Electric Company and Wm. Beardmore and Co., 50
  • Locomotives by Various Other Firms
  • for India and Foreign Countries, 50
  • Hydro-electric Work :
  • Maentwrog Hydro-electric Generating
  • Station, 49
  • Research, 49
  • Turbo-generator %Sets :
  • B.T.H. Sets, High Temperature : Two 25,000-kW Sets for Kirkstall Power
  • Station, Leeds, 11 ; Two 20,000-kW
  • Turbo-generators for Longford Power
  • Station, Coventry, 11 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929) ; B.T.H. Fabricated Stator, 11
  • English Electric Company's Various Large Sets for Home and Foreign Service, 11, 12
  • Metropolitan-Vickers 41,000-kW Set for Barton Power Station, Manchester, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929) ;
  • Very Large Sets for Battersea, Station and for Portishead Station, Bristol, 12
  • Parsons, C. A., Ltd., 33,000-Volt, 25,000-kW Turbo-generators at Brimsdown, 12 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929) ; Turbo-generator House of the Woodbridge-road Power Station at Guildford, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Wireless Communication, 49
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1928, 32
  • United Kingdom, 32
  • Port of London, Tilbury and Millwall
  • Improvements, 32
  • Port of Queenborough, 32
  • West India and Millwall Docks, 32
  • Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 32
  • Mersey and the Manchester Ship Canal, 32
  • North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 32
  • Other Ports : The Clyde, Fleetwood
  • Improvements, 33
  • Southampton, Newhaven and Cowes, 32
  • Inland Waterways, 33
  • Wireless Fog Signals, 33
  • European Ports and Waterways, 33
  • Africa, 33 ; (Letter), 488
  • Australasia, 34
  • North and South America, 33
  • The East, 34
  • IRON AND STEEL OUTPUT IN 1928, 72
  • LOCOMOTIVES IN 1928, 17-21
  • British Makers' Engines, 19
  • Avonside Engine Company, Ltd., 19:
  • Locomotive for Tweefontein United
  • Collieries, South Africa, for 3ft. 6in.
  • Gauge, 19 ; Three Narrow-gauge, for
  • Service in India and South Africa, on 2f t. 6in. Gauge, and Other Orders, 19
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd.: Busy Year's
  • Work, Goods Tank Engines for
  • L.M.S. and Somerset and Dorset
  • Railways ; Tank Engines for Nigerian
  • Railways ; also for Assam and for
  • Federated Malay States, Tender and
  • Tank Engines ; also Now Typo of
  • Standardised Engine for Railway
  • Board of India, 19
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd.: Three-cylinder Engines for Buenos Aires
  • Great Southern Railway ; Great
  • Eastern Type Engines with Lentz
  • Valve Gear for L. and N.B. Railway ;
  • " Garrett " Engines for New Zealand
  • and Buenos Aires, 19, 20
  • Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co..
  • Ltd.: Locomotives, Narrow-gauge, for
  • Dorada Railway, Colombia ; also
  • Various Types of Locomotives for
  • India and South America, 19
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd.: Shunting Engine for Madras Port Trust, 19, 20
  • Kerr, Stuart and Co., Ltd.: Small
  • Geared Locomotives ; Locomotives
  • with Heavy Oil Engines, 20 ; Kitson-Meyer Engines for TiaLka-Simla Railway ; also for Colombia, 20 ; Kitson-Still Oil-steam Locomotive, 17, 20
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd.: Locomotives for India : Standard
  • Passenger Metre-gauge Engines with
  • Caprotti Valve Gear ; New Standard
  • Metre-gauge Engines of " Y.B."
  • " Y.C.," and " Z.E." Type, 19, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • North British Locomotive Company,
  • Limited : Mixed Traffic Engine for
  • South African Railways, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929) ; Large
  • Tank Engines for South African Mines, 20
  • Peckett and Sons, Ltd., Tank Engine for
  • Persia, 20
  • Stephenson, Robert and Co., Ltd.: 5ft. 6in. Gauge Engine for South
  • America, 20, 21 ; also Engines for
  • Bengal and North-Western Railway
  • for Tanganyika, Sudan Government
  • Railway, Nigerian Railways, and
  • Ottoman Railway, 20, 21
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd.: Goods Tank
  • Engines for L.M.S. Railway, 21 ;
  • Engines for India, N.W.R. Experimental Four-cylinder Engines, Two
  • with Lentz Valve Gear, Two with
  • Caprotti Gear ; also Mechanical Parts
  • for Thirty-one Electric Locomotives
  • for Metropolitan-Vickers, Ltd., as
  • Main Contractors, for G.I.P. Railway, 21 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Yorkshire Engine Company, Ltd.:
  • Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway
  • Engine, 15in. Gauge, Converted to
  • Poultney Articulated Design, 19, 21
  • Canadian National Railways Oil-electric
  • Locomotive, Two Similar Units, Each
  • with Own Oil Engine and Electric
  • Generator, Beardmore Twelve-cylinder
  • Oil Engine of Solid Injection Type,
  • Electric Plant by Westinghouse Electric
  • and Manufacturing Company, 21 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Great Western Railway, 17
  • " Hall " Class Two-cylinder Passenger
  • Engine, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Powdered Fuel Burning, 17
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 17
  • L.M.S. Railway Modified " Claughton "
  • Locomotive, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, 17, 18
  • Non-stop Run from London to Edinburgh, 17
  • Pacific Engine with Corridor Tender, 17 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Three-cylinder Passenger Engine for
  • Great Eastern Section, 18 ; (Correction), 59 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Roller Bearings, Ransome and Marles',
  • for Valve Gear on Pacific Engine, 18
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued) :
  • LOCOMOTIVES IN 1928 (continued) :
  • Southern Railway :
  • " Lord Nelson " Passenger Engines
  • Completed and Others Planned :
  • Class " S. 15," Batch Completed at
  • Eastleigh ; Class " U " Built at
  • Brighton and at Ashford ; Three-cylinder Shunting Tank Engines,
  • 0-8-0 Type, Under Construction ;
  • Stroudley 0-6-0 Type Tank Engines,
  • " El, Central Section," Being Altered
  • to 0-6-2 Type ; Other New Work in
  • Hand, 18, 19
  • Other Manufacturers :
  • Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and
  • Co., Ltd.: Variety of Engines for
  • Egypt, Buenos Aires, Leopoldine
  • Railway and G.W.R ; John Fowler
  • and Co., Ltd.: Oil Motor Locomotives,
  • &c.; W. Beardmore and Co.: Goods
  • Tank Engines for L.M. and S. Railway
  • and Many Sets of Beardmore-Caprotti
  • Valve Gear, and Others, 21
  • Winterthur Locomotive, Swiss Locomotive
  • and Machine Works, 17
  • MOTOR VESSELS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES
  • IN 1928, 6, 54
  • Auxiliary Oil Engines :
  • Harland and Wolff, 50 B.H.P. per Cylinder Engines for " Highland Monarch "
  • and Other Ships, 54
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Auxiliary
  • Oil Engines for Motor Vessels and for
  • C.P.R. " Duchess " Class Passenger
  • Liners, 54
  • Large Motor Passenger Liners :
  • Orders for 11,000-Ton, 20,000-Ton and 26,000-Ton Liners, All Propelled by
  • Double-acting Four-stroke Harland-B. and W. Type Motors, 6
  • Motor Tankers :
  • Oil-electric Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 8, 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Notable Building Programmes :
  • King Line Motor Cargo Ship " King
  • John," 6
  • Grace Liner " Santa Barbara," 6, 8
  • Houlder Line Refrigerated Meat Carrier
  • " Dunster Grange," 6 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • Nelson Line Passenger and Refrigerated
  • Cargo Motor Ship " Highland
  • Monarch," 6, 54 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Motor Cargo Ship " Muncaster Castle," 8
  • Types of Propelling Machinery, 8 5000 S.H.P. Kincaid-Harland-B. and W.
  • D.A. Your-stroke Engine, 8, 9 650 S.H.P. Doxford Two-stroke Opposed-piston Engine, 9
  • Scott-Still Marine Oil Engine, Holt Line
  • Motor Cargo Ship " Eurybates," 10 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Two-stroke Double-acting Engines, 1250
  • S.H.P. D.A. Richardsons-Westgarth
  • Engine, 9 ; Fuel Pump and Starting
  • Controls for, 9, 10
  • General Progress Abroad, 55 7040 S.H.P. Eight-cylinder Sulzer
  • Engine for Dutch East Indies Motor
  • Vessel " Poelau Roebiah," 55
  • Burmeister and Wain Engine, Experi. ments with Double-acting Two-stroke
  • Type with Airless Injection, 55
  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1928, 2 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Argentine, 3
  • British Empire, 2, 3
  • H.M. Cruiser " York," 2 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929)
  • H.M. Reconstructed Aircraft Carrier
  • " Courageous," 2, 3
  • Chile, 3
  • France, 3
  • French Cruiser " Tourville," 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Germany, 3
  • " Ersatz Preussen," Armoured Vessel, 3, 53
  • Italy, 3
  • Japan, 2
  • Japanese Cruiser " Aoba," 2, 3 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Netherlands, 3
  • Spain, 3
  • United States, 2
  • U.S. Cruiser " Pensacola," 2 ; (Letter), 206 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • RAILWAYS IN 1928, 55
  • Great Western :
  • Completed Work :
  • Cardiff, Queen-street, Running Junction, 56
  • Conversion from Double to Single Line,
  • Rhydyfelin Branch, 56
  • Dawlish, Colon Viaduct Replaced, 56
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued) :
  • RAILWAYS IN 1928 (continued) :
  • Great Western (continued) :
  • Works Continued :
  • Bristol, Temple Meads, Goods Depot,56
  • Newport, Mon., Carriage Shed, &c., 56
  • Paddington Goods Station, 66
  • Saltash, Royal Albert Bridge, Part
  • Reconstruction, 66
  • Swansea, High-street, Reconstruction
  • of Bridge, &c., 56
  • Works Begun :
  • Crumlin Viaduct. Iron Decking being
  • Strengthened, 56
  • Ponsanooth Viaduct, Timber, Being
  • Replaced by Concrete, &c., 56
  • St. Erth and Marazion, Conversion of
  • Line from Single to Double Track, 56
  • London, Midland and Scottish :
  • Completed Works :
  • Chevot Junction and Snydale Junction. Widening, 55
  • Horbury and Wakefield Widening. 55
  • Oakenshaw and Crofton Connecting
  • Line, 55
  • Staveley, 55
  • Willesden, 55
  • Works Continued :
  • Longbridge and Barnt Green Widening, 56
  • Manchester : Victoria and Exchange
  • Stations, 56
  • New Railways and Extensions in
  • Nottinghamshire, 55
  • Clipstone Colliery, Branches at, 56
  • Mid-Notts. Railway, 56
  • Nottingham-Lincoln Line, New Curve, 56
  • Tilbury, 55
  • Works Begun :
  • Goole, Changes for Dealing with Coal
  • for Shipment. 56
  • Liverpool, Additional Siding Accommodation Being Provided, 56
  • London, Broad-street, to Allow Southend Trains to Use the Station Platforms Being Extended, 56
  • London and North-Eastern :
  • Completed Works :
  • Bilsthorpe Colliery, Branch Construction, 56
  • Frodingham, Works Necessitated by
  • Increased Ironstone Traffic, 56
  • Harworth Colliery Branch, 56
  • Mansfield, Additional Sidings, 56
  • Works Continued :
  • Blidworth Colliery, Work Stopped
  • Owing to Bad Trade, 56
  • Clacton-on-Sea, Reconstruction of
  • Station, 56
  • Hattersley Tunnels, 56
  • Whitemoor, New Marshalling Yard, 116
  • Southern :
  • Completed Works :
  • Dover, Public Promenade Constructed,
  • Concrete Sea 'Wall Built, &c., 56
  • Ryde, New Station at Ryde Pier, and
  • Other Work, 56
  • St. Helens, Isle of Wight, Reconstruction of Wharves, 56
  • Southampton Town Station Reconstructed, 56
  • Victoria, Covering In of Carriage
  • Sidings for Use as Cleaning Shed
  • and Other Work, 56
  • Works in Progress :
  • Epsom. One Station being Rebuilt, 56
  • Kent House and Beckenham Junction Widening, 56
  • Lewisham, Two New Connecting
  • Lines Under Construction. 56
  • Newhaven Harbour, Under Reconstruction, 56
  • Wimbledon, Reconstructed Platforms
  • Roofed in and Put. to Use, 56
  • Wimbledon and Sutton Railway, Construction Proceeding Rapidly, 56
  • Electrical Equipment Being Carried Out, 56
  • Underground :
  • Charing Cross Stations Being Rearranged, 56
  • Piccadilly Circus, Opening of New
  • Station, 56
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1928, 51
  • London Main Drainage 51
  • Crossness Outfall Works, Overhead
  • Sludge Tanks, 52
  • Lewisham Branch Sewer, Branch from
  • Hither Green, 51
  • Streatham and Balham Storm Relief
  • Sewer, Extension of, 51
  • Birmingham :
  • North Handsworth Sewerage 52
  • Perry Bar Sewerage. 52
  • River Rea Improvements 52
  • Blackpool, 52
  • Bournemouth, 52
  • Bradford, 52
  • Brighton, 52
  • Burnley, 52
  • Chatham and Rochester, 52
  • Doncaster, 52
  • Leeds, 52
  • Leicester, 52
  • Manchester, 52
  • Main Drainage Work No. 13, 52
  • Manchester and Salford Joint Storm
  • Water Relief Sewer, 52
  • Whalley Range Drainage, 52
  • Nottingham, 52
  • Salford. 53
  • Sheffield, 53
  • Southend, 53
  • Chicago, 53
  • France, 53
  • Water Pollution Research Board, 53
  • STEAMSHIPS AND STEAM MARINE ENGINEER•
  • INC IN 1928, 22, 40
  • Revival in Shipbuilding and Increased
  • Outputs, 22
  • Some Notable Passenger Liners and
  • Steamships, 22
  • " Orford," 20.000-Ton Geared Turbine
  • Liner Completed for the Orient Line, 22
  • " Duchess of Atholl," C.P.R. Liner, 23
  • " Duchess of Bedford," Canadian Pacific
  • Liner, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Some Notable Passenger Liners and
  • Steamships (continued):
  • " Princess Elaine," C.P.R.,
  • Triple-screw Geared Turbine, Coastal
  • Steamer, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • " Princess Norah," C.P.R. Small Single-screw Coastal Steamer, 23
  • " Lady Nelson," Canadian National (West Indies) Steamship, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1929)
  • Oil Tankers and Special Steamers, 23
  • Some Cross-Channel Steamers, 23 ; Geared
  • Turbine Steamers for Irish Channel.
  • Service, " Duke of Lancaster," " Duke
  • of Argyll," &c., 23
  • Some Fast Cargo Steamers, 23 ; 14-Knot
  • Cargo Vessels for C.P.R. Atlantic Service, " Beaverburn," " Beaverford," &c.,
  • with Yarrow Typo Water-tube Boilers
  • and Scotch Auxiliary Boilers, 23, 40
  • Combined Reciprocating Engines and
  • Exhaust Steam Turbines, 24 ; " Boniface," Booth Steamship Company's
  • Cargo Ship, Bauer-Wach System, 24
  • Now Types of Reciprocating Steam
  • Engines, 24 ; Presidential Address,
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Maurice S. Gibbs 24 ; Beardmore-Caprotti Valve Gear
  • with Larger Marine Engines, 24
  • Recent Marine Boiler Practice and Pulverised Fuel, 40 ; Blue Star Cargo
  • Liner " Stuartstar," 40
  • Turbo-electric Propulsion, 41 : Viceroy of
  • India," P. and O. Liner. British Thomson-Houston Twin-screw Turbo-electric
  • Propelling Machinery, 22. 40, 41
  • Some Important Steamships Constructed
  • Abroad, " California," Panama Pacific
  • Turbo-electric Liner, 41 (Supplement,
  • January 4th, 1929) ; North German
  • Lloyd Express Atlantic Liners
  • " Bremen " and " Europa," 41. 42 ;
  • " Statendam," Holland-America Line,
  • High-pressure Turbine Propelling Ma•
  • chinery, 42
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1928, 21, 38
  • Batley, 22
  • Birmingham, 22
  • Bradford. 22
  • Cardiff, 22
  • Taff Fawr Pipe Line, 22
  • Wenallt Reservoir. 22
  • Coventry, 38
  • Glasgow, 38
  • Liverpool, Vyrnwy, 38
  • Abor Tunnel, 38
  • Oswestry Filter Beds. 38
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 38
  • Manchester, 38
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 21
  • Board's Kent District, Supply Improvement, 22
  • Queen Mary Reservoir at Littleton, 21
  • North of the Thames, Supply Improvement, 21
  • Perth, 38
  • Plymouth, 39
  • Sheffield, 39
  • Burbage and Houndkirk Moors, 39
  • Ewden Valley, 39
  • Rivelin Pressure Filtration Plant., 39
  • South Essex, 38
  • Wakefield, 39
  • Filter House and Plant, 39
  • Intake Works, 39
  • Pipe Line, 39
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges, &c., 39
  • Ryburn Reservoir, 39
  • Irrigation, 39
  • Lloyd Dam, 39
  • Nag Hammadi Barrage, 39
  • Sarda River Irrigation Scheme. 39
  • Sukkur Barrage, 39
  • Sutlej Valley Project, 39
  • Cape Town, 39
  • France, 40
  • Singapore, 40
  • Other Works Abroad, 40
  • Collapse of the St. Francis Dam, 40
  • ARAPUNI (New Zealand) Hydro-electric
  • Power Development, Frederick W. A.
  • Handman, 581
  • Articulated—see Goodall
  • A.S.M.E. Research on the Physical Properties
  • of Steam, 583

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • Association of British Waterworks :
  • Eighteenth Annual General Meeting and Conference at Portsmouth, 447 ; Programme, 447
  • Association, Diesel Engine Users :
  • June Meeting, 690
  • Repairs to Diesel Engine Parts by Electro-deposition, C. H. Faris, 690
  • Some Notes on High-speed Oil Engines, H. O. Farmer, 444
  • Association, Electrical Research :
  • Annual Luncheon, Presidential Address, Mr. C. P. Sparks, 184
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical :
  • Annual General Meeting, 630, 646
  • Annual Dinner, 648
  • Convention at Torquay, 630
  • Heavy Oil Engines and Electricity Under-takings, Geoffrey Porter, 647
  • Presidential Address, J. K. Brydges, 630
  • Standardisation of Methods of Charge (Electricity), E. J. Jennings, 648
  • Unsettled Legal Points Relating to Electrical Industry, James H. Bothwell, 631, 648
  • Whitleyism in the Electricity Supply Industry, Alderman Walker, 630
  • Institute of British Foundrymen :
  • International Foundry Congress, 654, 674, 703
  • Presidential Address, Wesley Lambert, 654
  • Twenty-sixth Annual Convention, Programme, 544, 654, 674
  • Die Casting, A. H. Mundey, 675
  • Foundry Training in Belgium, 675
  • Inter-relationships in Grey Iron Metallurgy, J. W. Bolton, 674
  • Moulding Sands, Ben Hind, 675
  • Moulding Sands, H. Van Aarst, 675
  • Practical Points from the Metallurgy of Cast Bronzes, H. C. Dews, 674
  • Pulverised Fuel Applied to Metallurgical Furnaces, H. W. Hollands and E. C. Lowndes, 675
  • Testing of Cast Iron, Papers. Messieurs A. le Thomas and R. Bois ; J. G. Pearce ; Report by Institute's Test Bar Committee, 703
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • Annual—Diamond Jubilee—Meeting, 155, 415, 480, 507, 536
  • Annual Dinner, 155, 509
  • Additional Meetings for Discussion of Papers, 415 ; Programme, 415 ; List of Papers, 415
  • Autumn Meeting, 415, 607 ; Programme, 607
  • Autumn Meeting in U.S.A. in 1932, 155
  • Awards of Carnegie Gold Medal and Carnegie Research Scholarships and of Williams Prize, 537
  • Bessemer Medal Preseintation to Sir Charles Parsons, 508
  • Blast-furnace Plant and Practice, First Report by Committee, 508, 523-526
  • Brittleness in Mild Steel, G. R. Bolsover, 538
  • Carnegie Research Fund, 155, 537
  • Erosion of Guns, R. IL Greaves, H. H. Abram, and S. H. Roes, 536
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Committee's Report, 538, 553
  • Influence of Pickling Operations on the Properties of Steel, H. Sutton, 536
  • Measuring the Thickness of Hard Cases Without Sectioning Them, Differential Method for, Messrs. Herbert and Whitaker, 539 •
  • Mechanical and Metallurgical Properties of Spring Steels as Revealed by Laboratory Tests, U. A. Hankins and Miss G. W. Ford, 537
  • Method for the Estimation of Hydrogen in Steel, Messrs. Rooney and Barr, 539
  • Microstructure of Rapidly Cooled Steel, Dr. J. M. Robertson ; and Transformation of Austenite into Martensite in an 0.8 Per Cent. Carbon Steel, Daltrey Lewis, 538
  • Oxidation of Iron and Steel at High Temperatures, L. B. Pfeil, 539
  • Past and Future of Iron, Presidential Address, Professor Henry Louis, 480, 608
  • Production of Sound Steel, New Method for, Hon. Sir C. Parsons and Mr. H. M. Duncan, 537
  • Sinter Plant, The A.I.B., at Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, W. E. Simons, 509
  • Twenty Months of Dry Blast Operation, E. H. Lewis, 508
  • Williams Prize, 155, 537
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Diesel Engines for Passenger Vessels and Fast Cargo Liners, J. Calderwood, 72
  • Lentz Standard Marine Engine, 1200 I.H.P.,W. J. Muller, 552
  • Pulverised Coal venue Mechanical Stokers at Sea, 417
  • Institute of Metals :
  • Annual General Meeting, 130, 290, 344
  • Annual Report, 290
  • Annual Dinner, 290
  • Programme, 130
  • List of Papers, 130
  • Age Hardening of Some Aluminium Alloys, Dr. Marie Gayler and G. IX Preston, 317
  • Alloys of Zirconium, II., C. Sykes, 346
  • Brittleness in Arsenical Copper, Clement Blazey, 317
  • Cadmium-rich Alloys of the System Cadmium-gold, Dr. P. J. Durrant, 317
  • Electric Resistance Furnace, Improved Form of, Dr. Rosonhain and Mr. Prytherch, 344
  • Electro-deposits on Aluminium, Testing of Messrs. Brook and Stott, 316
  • Eutectics and Eutectoid Alloys, Special Properties of, in Binary Metallic Systems, Dr. J. L. Haughton, 316
  • Importance of Design and Setting of Large Kettles Used for Refining and Low Melting-point Alloys, Harry C. Lancaster, 344
  • Lead, Ancient and Mediaeval, Dr. J. N. Friend and Mr. Thorneycroft, 346
  • Note on the Haughton-Hanson Thermostat, 318
  • Recent Developments in Electric Furnaces, D. F. Campbell, 344
  • Resistance of Zinc to Indentation, Dr. J. Newton Friend and Mr. W. E. Thorneycroft, 346
  • Solution of Plain and Amalgamated Zincs in Electric Batteries, Dr. J. N. Friend, 346
  • System Magnesium-zinc, Dr. W. Hume-Rothery, 318
  • Work Softening and a Theory of Inter-crystalline Cohesion, Messrs. Hargreaves and Hills, 316
  • Institute of Transport :
  • Eighth Congress at Harrogate, 470
  • Programme and List of Papers, 470
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting, 364
  • Co-ordination of Engineering Institutions and Societies, Sir Alexander Gibb, 364
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Annual Banquet, 276
  • Annual Convorsazione, 658
  • April Examination, 1929, Pass List (Interim), 623 ; October Examinations, 1928, Pass List, 72
  • James Forrest Lecture, Roads and Road Transport, Sir H. P. Maybury, 509
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Direct Generation of Alternating Current at High Voltages, Hon. Sir Charles Parsons and Mr. J. Rosen, 321
  • Direct Generation of Alternating Current at High Voltages. R. Thornton Coe, 468
  • Kelvin Lecture, Dr. G. C. Simpson, 483
  • Method in Invention. C. Turnbull, 499
  • Prevention of Ionisation in Impregnated Dielectrics, 8. G. Brown and P. A. Sporing, 326
  • Rotor Bearings of Electricity Matters, W. Lawson, 262
  • Summer Meeting in France, 331, 674, 701 :
  • Detailed Programme, 331
  • Testing Laboratory at Ivry, High-frequency Testing Apparatus. High-pressure Transformers, 701, 702
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • Choice of Propelling Machinery, Professor Percy A. Hillhouse. 166
  • Double-acting Airless Injection Oil Engines, Dr..Ing. Sass, 415
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting, 607
  • Proceedings, Order of, 607
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • Dry Recovery of Dust and Fume from Metallurgical and Other Processes. B. V. Lambert, 460
  • Michell Bearings, Notes on the Fitting and Operation of, J. F. Petrov. 111
  • Recent Developments in the Art of Oil Cracking, Dr. A. E. Dunstan, 194
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting. Report. 206
  • Draft of the Royal Charter to be Submitted for the Approval of the King. 539
  • Hawksley, Thomas, Lecture, Engineering Principles in the Machinery of the Stars,
  • Professor A. S. Eddington, 164 ; (Letter). 207
  • Modern Feed-water Circuits, J. G. Weir, 95, 106
  • Presidential Chair Presented to the Institution by Sir John Aspinall, 443
  • Refrigeration on Shipboard, H. J. Ward, 206, 212, 217-220
  • Relationship of Aeronautical Engineering to Mechanical Engineering, 'Wing-Commander Cave-Brown-Cave, 356
  • Research in Mechanical Engineering by Small-scale Apparatus. F. C. Johansen, 318
  • Standardisation of Keys and Keyways, William Reavell, 456-458, 459, 465
  • Summer Meeting of the Institution, 220, 302. 710 ; Provimional Programme, 302
  • Visits to Works, 711, 712
  • NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Annual General Meeting, 82
  • Machinability, E. G. Herbert, 82
  • The Supermisor : A Combined Air Heater and Economiser. T. B. Morley, 331
  • Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development, H. L. Guy, 136, 152. 188
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting, Fifty-sixth, Programme, 581
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Annual Meetings. 276, 328, 348, 373, 401 ;
  • Annual Dinner, 276, 330: Annual Report. 328 Programme, 276 ; Papers, 276 ;
  • President's Address, 328
  • Battleships " Nelson and " Rodney," Sir William Berry, 329, 333
  • Behaviour of Stiffened Thin Plating under Water Pressure, Mr. Hodges, 376
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation in the Booth Liner " Boniface," C. F. A. Fyfe. 374
  • International Loadline Regulations, Dr. J. Bruhn, 350
  • Motor Lifeboats of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Mr. Barnet, 402
  • National Frequencies and Modes of Vibration in Beams of Non-uniform Mass and Section. Professor Inglis, 375
  • New Results Obtained in Measuring Frictional Resistance, G. Kempf, 373
  • Powdered Fuel for Ships, Engineer Rear-Admiral W. Scott Hill. 401
  • Propulsion of Ships by Marino Steam Machinery, J. Johnson. 349, 360-362
  • Sea Trials of Italian Destroyers. Lieut.-Colonel Dondona. 348
  • Suggested Modifications to Marine Water-tube Boilers, Engineer Rear-Admiral Hyne, 401
  • Summer Meeting Programme, 380
  • Water-tube Boiler for Marine Purposes, Modern Developments of, Arthur Spyer, 401, 414
  • Institution, Permanent Way :
  • Some Aspects of Permanent Way Maintenance in Japan, Tamiya Nagata, 134
  • Institution, Royal :
  • Infra-Red Spectra, Sir Robert Robertson, 262
  • Penetrating Radiations, Sir Ernest Rutherford, 413
  • Institution of Structural Engineers :
  • Casing Piles Damaged by Marine Worms in Reinforced Concrete, Major F. M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 577
  • Institution of Water Engineers :
  • Summer General Meeting at Birmingham. 352 ; Programme, 352
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :
  • Water-tube versus Scotch Boilers. J. Austin 181
  • Society, Newcomen
  • Chapter in the History of the Water Supply of London, Rhys Jenkins, 110
  • Rainhill Trials of 1829, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 467
  • Summer Meeting at Dartmouth, 434
  • Society, Royal :
  • Conversazione, Numerous Exhibits, 549
  • ASWAN Darn, Report on the Proposed Heightening of, 162
  • Atmospheric Pollution in England and Scotland in 1927-1928, John B. C. Kershaw, 175
  • Atritor Pulveriser-see Coal, Pulverised Plant Austin, J., Water-tube versus Scotch Boilers, 181
  • Australia and British Engineers, 547
  • Australia, Mission to, 690
  • " Auto-Klean " Oil Strainer, Oil Fuel Burner, Oil-fired Ship's Galley. Oil Heating and Pumping Unit, Low Air Pressure Burner, Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company, Ltd., 597, 598
  • Automatic Temperature Regulator, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 571
  • Automatic Weighing Machines, Henry Simon, Ltd., 90, 120, 148

B

  • BAILEY, R. W., Contribution of Manchester Researches to Mechanical Science, 710, 713
  • Barnet, Mr.. Motor Lifeboats of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 402
  • Behaviour of Stiffened Thin Plating under Water Pressure, Mr. Hodges, 376
  • Bellfield Works, High Wycombe, Broom and Wade, Ltd., Manufacture of Bearings Described. 546, 550
  • Benson. Captain. Ronald, M.C., Forging of Seamless Steel Drums, 426
  • Berry, Sir William, Battleships " Nelson " and " Rodney." 329, 333
  • Binary Metallic Systems, Dr. J. L. Haughtun, 316
  • Boiler, A Now Vertical, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 554
  • Boiler, 600 lb. Pressure Water-tube, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 82
  • Boiler, Vertical Multitubular ; Fire-boxes and Combustion Chambers ; Seamless Fire Welded Fire-box, Bevelled Tube Plate, &c., Riley Brothers, Ltd., 652. 653
  • Boilers, Formation of Scale in, 684
  • Boilers for the Mercantile Marine. 188
  • Boilers, Models. Babcock and Wilcox, 541, 542
  • Boilers-see Powdered Fuel
  • Boirault (B.A.W.) Automatic Coupler. 216
  • Bolsovor, G. R., Brittleness in Mild Steel, 538
  • Books of Reference, 81, 192, 379, 406, 470, 516, 572

BRIDGES :

  • Ambassador Bridge Over the Detroit River, 400, 403, 464, 520, 539
  • Hudson River Bridge, 481. 490
  • Khartoum-Omdurman Bridge, 124, 132
  • Bridge Stress-see Scientific and Industrial Mount Hope Suspension Bridge, Cable Wire Breakages, 400, 464
  • Saltash Bridge, Reconstruction of the Land Spans of, 676 (Two-page Supplement, June 214, 1929)
  • BRITISH Agricultural Machinery in France, 133
  • British Economic Mission to Australia, Views of Federation of British Industries, 690

BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION

  • Index to British Standard Specifications and Reports, 1929 Edition, 328
  • Specifications :
  • Asphalt Road Surfacing, 72
  • Brass Armouring Wire for Electric Cables, 609
  • Brass Sheet and Strip, 108
  • British Electrical Standards, 609
  • Revisions, Two : Electricity Meters, Two and Three-plate Ceiling Roses, 609
  • British Standard Rules for Measurement of Voltage with Sphere Gaps, 609
  • Distribution Boards, 526
  • Electrical Instruments, 706
  • Flame-proof Enclosures, 470
  • Keys and Keyways, Splines and Serrations, 689
  • Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Tires, 192
  • Mining Type Transformers, 497
  • Photometric Integrators, 443
  • Small Hexagon Bolts, Nuts, Set-screws, &c.. 262
  • Synthetic Resin Varnish Paper Boards and Tubes, 470
  • Testing of Hydraulic Turbines, 443
  • Tramway Tires, 262
  • Tungsten Filament Electric Lamps, 130
  • Turbine Blading. 391
  • Wire Ropes for Collieries, 443
  • BRITISH Industries Fair and Engineers, 213 ; (Letter), 235
  • British Industries Fair-see Separate Section of Index
  • British Trade, Federation of British Industries, 521
  • Brittleness in Arsenical Copper, Clement Blazey, 317
  • Broken Wires in Suspension Bridge Cables, 400, 464, 520
  • Brook and Stott, Messrs., Electro-deposits on Aluminium, 316
  • Bruhn, Dr. J., International Loadline Regulations, 350
  • Bursting of Water Mains, 214

C

  • CABLE Wire Breakages in the Mount Hope Suspension Bridge, 400, 464, 520, 539
  • Cables, New, for Ambassador Bridge, 400, 403, 464, 520, 539
  • Cadmium-rich Alloys of the System Cadmium-gold, Dr. P. J. Durrant. 317
  • Calandria Type Vacuum Pan, 416
  • Calderwood, J., Diesel Engines for Passenger Vessels and Fast Cargo Liners, 72
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., for 1929, 27, 56, 85, 143
  • Callender, Professor H. L., Steam Tables, 484, 485, 491 ; (latter), 540
  • Campbell, D. F., Recent Developments in Electric Furnaces, 344

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS : 59, 497, 554, 555

  • Alternating-current Electrolysis, 680
  • Civil Aviation, 497
  • Copper Refinery, New, 497
  • Docking Wall, New, 497
  • Electric Furnace, A New, 680
  • Engineering Standardisation, 497
  • Extension to the Queonston Power Plant, 680
  • Frood Nickel Mine. 555
  • Hydro-electric Development in North Ontario, 554
  • Industrial Developments. 680
  • Metal Mining Industry, 497
  • New Power Development, 59
  • Portable Pneumatic Grinder, 680
  • Power Canal Between Lakes St. Francis and St. Louis, 554
  • Power Supply for the Flin Flon Mine, 555
  • Smelting Works Extensions, 59
  • CARS-see Rail
  • Cascade Tunnel-sec Railways
  • Catalogues, 88, 115, 167, 197, 251, 391, 601, 529, 585, 611, 639, 693, 719
  • Cement Kiln " Recuperator," Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 653
  • Channel Tunnel, 133
  • Churchill-ace Railways
  • Clashing Engagements. 492 ; (Letter), 518
  • CO2 Indicator, Electrical, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 57

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • Coke Oven Gas Distribution, 554
  • Locomotive Coal Tests, J. G. B. Sams, 244
  • Pulverised Coal Plant at the No. 3 Liner Drive Power Station. 180
  • Pulverised Coal versus Mechanical Stokers at Sea, 417
  • COP:, R. Thornton, Portable Electric Harmonic Analyser, 468
  • Collins. W. F., Oil, Coal and Iron Enterprises in South Manchuria, 486
  • Compressor, High-pressure Three-stage Air, G. and J. Weir, 597
  • Compressors-see Refrigeration
  • Concrete-see Resistance
  • Construction of Nomograms, A. L. Egan, 565
  • Contracts, 27, 59, 85, 143, 169, 197. 220, 251, 279, 307, 367, 393, 419. 447, 473, 501, 529, 555. 685, 611, 639. 670. 696, 719
  • Contribution of Manchester Researches to Mechanical Science, R. W. Bailey. 710, 713
  • Control of London's Sub-surface, 410
  • Coolidge-see Dam
  • Co-ordination of Engineering Institutions and Societies, Sir Alexander Gibb, 364
  • Cornish Engine-see Engines
  • Corrosion and Rate of Water Flow, Experiment, 688
  • Couplers-see Railways
  • Crystal Analysis, Further Progress in, Sir William Bragg, 110
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 28, 60, 86. 116, 144, 170, 198, 224, 252 280. 308, 338, 368, 394, 420, 448, 474, 502, 530, 558, 686. 612, 640, 668, 694, 720

D

  • DAM. Aswan, Report on the Proposed Heightening, 162
  • Dam, Coolidge, in Arizona, 64 (Two-page Supplement, January 18th, 1929)
  • Decay of Craftsmanship 492 ; (Letter), 662
  • Dendy Marshall, C. F.. Rainhill Trials of 1829, 467
  • Detection of Flaws in Rails, Sperry Rail Service Corporation, 522, 523
  • Development, Hydro-electric - see Hydro-electric Die Casting, A. H. Mundey, 675
  • Diesel Engines-see Engines
  • Disintegrator, Multiple-disc, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 112
  • Ditch-making Machine. Steam-operated. John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 708, 712
  • Dock-see Alfred
  • Dondona, Lieut.-Colonel, Sea Trials of Italian Destroyers. 348
  • Dragline-see Excavators
  • Draught and Pressure Gauges, 571 ; Indicating Thermometers, 572 ; Pressure and Temperature Recorder, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 572
  • Dry Recovery of Dust and Fume from Metal-lurgical and Other Processes, B. V. Lambert, 460
  • Dunstan, Dr. A. E., Recent Developments in the Art of Oil Cracking, 194
  • Du-Plat-Taylor, Major F. M., Repairing Pier Piles with Reinforced Concrete, 577
  • Durrant, Dr. P. J., Cadmium-rich Alloys of the System Cadmium-Gold, 317
  • Dust-collecting Apparatus and Ventilating Fans ; Sirocco Dust Collector, Davidson and Co., Ltd.. 687

E

  • ECONOMICS of Education, 575 ; (latter), 635
  • Eddington, Professor A. S., Thomas Hawkaley Lecture, Engineering Ptinciples in the
  • Machinery of the Stan, 164 ; (Letter), 207
  • Educational Intelligence, 59, 167, 367
  • Efficiency of a Condenser, 269
  • Egan, A. L., Construction of Nomograms, 565

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Alouette Hydro-electric Generating Station, 440-448
  • B.T.H. Electric Motor Control Gear Factory, Various Departments and Machinery, 600, 607
  • " Castle " Automatic Electric Street Traffic Control Equipment. 686, 687 ; Electro-plating Motor Generator, Fan-ventilated Enclosed Motor, 686 ; Welding Set, Demonstration, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd.. 686
  • Central, Electricity Board, First Annual Report, 520
  • Circuit Breaker, Oil-immersed, Flame-proof ; Metal-clad Switch Pillars, Flame-proof ; Ring Main Isolating Switch, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 624. 625
  • Direct Generation of Alternating Current at High Voltages, Hon. Sir Charles Parsons and Mr. J. Rosen, 321
  • Electric Furnaces, Recent Developments in, D. F. Campbell, 344
  • Electric Mine Locomotive, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., 469
  • Electric Resistance Furnace, Dr. Rosonhain and Mr. Prytherch. 344
  • Electricity Commissioners' Eighth Annual Report. 215
  • Electricity Tariffs, K J. Jennings, 648
  • Farmers Rapids Power Station on the Gatineau River, Quebec. 406, 408
  • Grid Transformers, English Electric Company, Ltd., 526
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Electricity Supply Work, Geoffrey Porter, 647
  • International Conference on Large Electric High-tension Systems, 413
  • Isle Maligne Power Station on the Saguenay River. 178, 186
  • Legislation Relating to the Electrical Industry, J. H. Bothwell, 631, 646
  • London Power Company, 174. 202-204, 228, 256-259. 284-286. 312, 342. 382. 386, 404
  • Mid-East England Electricity Scheme, 97
  • Modern Electrical Practice, 576
  • Motor, 70 B.H.P.. 440-Volt, Three-phase, 40
  • Cycle, Squirrel-cage, Coupled to 45-kW Generator, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 543
  • North-East England Electricity Scheme, 704
  • Peterborough Electricity Works, 567, 574
  • Portable Electric Harmonic Analyser, R. Thornton Coe. 468
  • Power Stations in Cities, 409
  • Powers of Joint Electricity Authorities, 187
  • Record Efficiency of a Turbo-alternator. C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.. 96
  • Rotor Bearings of Electricity Meters, W. Lawson. 262
  • Suitor. 105-Ton, Transporting and Erecting, and Railway Wagons for, C. A. Parsons and Co.. Ltd., 324, 332
  • Testing Laboratory at. Ivry ; High-frequency
  • Testing Apparatus ; High-pressure Transformers, 701. 702
  • Testing of Porcelain Insulators, 428
  • Transformers, 132,000-Volt, and Switchgear for the Grid, Metropolitan-Vickers Company, 690
  • Turbine-driven Direct-current Generator, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.. 363, 364
  • Turbo-generator Set, 300-kW Self-contained Geared and Condenser, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 604, 605-607
  • Turbo-generators, 383
  • ELECTRO-DEPOSITS on Aluminium, Messrs. Brook and Stott, 316

ENGINES AND MOTORS

  • Air and Oil Filters for Oil Engines, 247
  • Cornish Pumping Engine, W. T. Hooper. 246
  • Devices for Oil Removal from Feed Water and Filtration of Feed ; Marine Feed-water Filter. New Typo ; Model 560 mm. Bore, Single-acting, Four-stroke Marine Oil Engine Cylinder and Valve Gear ; Model of Exhaust Turbo Charged Oil Engine, Similar to Engine for Motor Ship " Raby Castle," North-Eastern Marino Engineering Company, Ltd., 625
  • Diesel Engines for Passenger Vessels and Fast Cargo Liners, J. Calderwood, 72
  • 1260 S.H.I". Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd.. 274-276
  • 750 B.H.P. Four-stroke High-speed Oil Engine, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 194
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Electricity Supply Work, Geoffrey Porter, 647
  • Lentz Standard Marine Engine, 1200 I.H.P., Stork Brothers, 552
  • Marine Cold-starting Oil Engines, Now Series of, Gardner and Sons, Ltd., 79
  • Marino Oil Enne. Six-cylinder 120 B.H.P., Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 303
  • Notes on High-speed Oil Engines, H. 0. Farmer, 444
  • Oil Engine Driven Road-making Plant, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 139
  • Present Trend in Marine Oil Engine Design, 75
  • Stationary and Marine Oil Engines, Four-cylinder 100 B.H.P. " Atomic Diesel " Engine, 543, 544 ; 5-kW Automatic Heavy
  • Oil Lighting Set, 543, 544 ; 18 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, Petters, Ltd., 544
  • Three-cylinder Opposed-piston Airless Injection Engine, W. Doxford and Sons, Ltd., 570
  • Two-stroke Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, Maschinenfabrik-Augsburg-Ntirnberg, 705
  • Winding Engine Controller, Bever, Doffing and Co., Ltd., 652
  • ENGINEERING Principles in the Machinery of the Stars. Thomas Hawkaley Lecture, Professor A. S. Eddington, 159, 164 ; (Letter), 207
  • Erosion—see Iron
  • Evaporator, 10-Ton Marine, G. and J. Weir. 597
  • Excavating Machine, Adaptable, Denholin, Contractors' Machinery Company. Ltd., 664
  • Excavators, Dragline, for India, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 247

EXHIBITIONS

  • Chemical Industries Exhibition in New York, 496
  • Foundry Trades Exhibition, 631
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, 641, 670, 596, 624, 652, 686
  • Paris Fair, 581
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 42 ; For Exhibits and also Lectures see
  • Physical and Optical Technical Fair at Leipzig, 286
  • EXTENDED Steam Tables, Professor H. L. Callendar, 484, 485, 491

F

  • FACTORY, Electric-see Electrical Matters
  • Fairs-see Exhibitions
  • Farmer, H. O., Notes on 1110-speed Oil Engines, 444
  • Farmers Rapidsesee Electrical Matters Federation of British Industries and Mission to Australia, 690
  • Feed-water Circuits-see Modern
  • Food Water Research in America, 160 ; (latter), 207
  • Filters, Air and Oil, for Oil Engines, Simms Motor Units. Ltd.. 247
  • Floating Dock, 15,000.Ton, Launch of Bow Section, 515
  • Fluid Meter, Fluidnieters, Ltd.. 54
  • Forging of Seamless Steel Drums, Captain Ronald Benson, M.C., 426
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 30. 62. 88, 118, 146, 172, 200, 226, 254, 282, 310, 340. 370, 396, 422, 450, 476, 504, 532, 560, 588, 614, 642, 670, 696, 722
  • Foundry Congress. International-see Institute of British Foundrymen
  • Foundry Trades Exhibition, Royal Agricultural Hall, Islington. 631
  • Foundry Training in Belgium. 675

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES' : 29, 61, 87, 117, 145, 171, 199, 225, 253, 281, 309, 339, 369, 395, 421, 449, 475, 503, 531, 559, 587, 613, 641, 669, 695, 721

  • African Air Service, 559
  • Air Services, 281
  • Airship, 117
  • Airships, 613
  • African Air Service, 421
  • African Railways. 117
  • Alsace Canal, 281
  • Aviation, 613
  • Barrages, 253
  • Battleships, 117
  • Bridge Building. 145
  • Canal Haulage, 421
  • Canalisation of the Rhone. 395
  • Canalising tho Rhine, 421
  • Coal, 61, 171, 531, 587
  • Coal in Morocco, 145
  • Coal Industry, 395
  • Coal Treatment. 20
  • Colliery Industry, 253
  • Colonial Development, 669
  • Colonial Exhibition, 309
  • Continuous Brakes, 171, 613
  • Cruiser " Foch," 503
  • Distillation of Lignite, 531
  • Ecole Central° Centenary. 559
  • Electric Locomotives, 695
  • Electric Supply, 449
  • Foreign Capital, 369
  • Foreign Competition, 87
  • Foreign Trade, 226, 281, 641
  • Fuel, 475
  • Fuel Combine, 29
  • Gustave Eiffel, 531
  • Harbour Works, 669
  • High Railway Speeds, 421
  • Hydro-electric Works, 613
  • Import Duty on Electricity. 369
  • Industrial Future, 395
  • Industrial Organisation, 145
  • Industrial Outlook, 641
  • Industrial Progress, 145
  • Industrial Tendencies, 695
  • Inland Waterways, 29
  • Labour, 171, 475
  • Machine Tools. 309
  • Maritime Traffic, 587
  • Midi Railway, 613
  • Miners' Strike, 117
  • Morocco Railways. 449
  • Moselle Canal, 475
  • Naval Aviation, 475
  • Naval Construction, 29
  • Naval Manoeuvres, 695
  • Nice-Coni Railway, 339
  • Niger Hydraulic Works, 225
  • Paris Electrical Supply, 199
  • Paris Water. 309
  • Paris Water Supply, 171, 531
  • Port of Bordeaux, 641
  • Port Equipment». 87
  • Postal Tubes, 395
  • Production Costs. 117
  • Prospecting for Minerals, 531
  • Rail and Air Transport, 339
  • Rail and Road Traction, 61
  • Rail and Steel Unions, 339
  • Rail Union, 199, 369
  • Railway Returns, 225
  • Railway Progress, 369
  • Railways, 199
  • Reparations, 309, 421
  • Revue de Metallurgic. 145
  • Rhone Navigation, 587
  • Sewage Disposal, 199
  • Shipbuilding, 309, 559, 721
  • Ship Repairs, 559
  • Steamship Exhibition. 61
  • Steel Cartel, 253. 503
  • Steel Coaches, 339, 369
  • Steel Prices, 199
  • Steel Tubes, 339
  • Steel Union, 721
  • Tariff Reduction, 721
  • Tariffs and Trade. 669
  • The Navy. 449
  • Town Refuse, 587
  • Trade Activity, 695
  • Trade Balance, 503
  • Trade Improvement, 449
  • Trade Developments, 87
  • Trade Situation, 253
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 61, 225
  • Transport and Trade, 281
  • Tube Union, 475
  • Wages, 29
  • Water Sterilisation, 87, 475
  • Water Supply. 721
  • Vest African Railways, 503
  • FRIEND, Dr. J. Newton. Solution of Plain and Amalgamated Zinos in Electric Batteries, 348
  • Friend, Dr. J. Newton, and Mr. W. E. Thorneycroft, Resistance of Zinc to Indentation, 348 ;
  • Ancient and Mediaeval Load, Silver Contents of, 348
  • Fuel Research Laboratories at Ottawa, Now, B. F. Haanel, 160
  • Functional Management, G. W. Tripp, 231
  • Functions of Steel Plant Metallurgy, R. E. Sherlock, 850
  • Pyre, C. F. A., Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation in the Booth Liner " Boniface," 374

G

  • GAS, Coke Oven, Distribution, 554
  • Gas Distribution in Germany, 44
  • Gas, Industrial Heating by, 190
  • Gasworks-see Partington
  • Gayler, Dr. Marie, and G. D. Preston, Age Hardening of Some Aluminium Alloys, 317
  • Gear Pumps see Pumps
  • German Waterworks—see Water Supply
  • Goodall Articulated Draw-bar Coupling, A.B.C. Coupler and Engineering Company, 716
  • Greaves, R. H., and Others, on the Erosion of Guns, 536
  • " Grid " Transmission System, Construction of, in Great Britain, Johnstone Wright and C. W. Marshall, 127, 133
  • Grinding Machines---see Machine Tools
  • Guy, H. L., Tendencies in Steam Turbine
  • Development, 136, 152 188 ; (Letters), 235, 390

H

  • HAANEL. R. F., New Fuel Refiearch Laboratories at Ottawa, 160
  • Hacksaw Factory, James Neill and Co. (SWfield), Ltd., 109
  • I-Landman, Frederic W. A., Hydro-electric Power Development at Arapum, New Zealand, 581
  • Hankins, G. A., and Miss G. W. Ford, Spring Steels, 537
  • Hargreaves and Hills Messrs., Work Softening, &c., 318
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., Special Properties of Eutectics and Eutectoid Alloys, in Binary Metallic Systems, 318
  • Haughton-Hanson Thermostat, Note on. 318
  • Heat Losses in Turbine Nozzles, E. C. Wadlow, 619
  • Herbert., E. G., Machinability, 82
  • Hillhouse, Professor Percy A., Choice of Propelling Machinery, 166
  • Hodges, Mr., Behaviour of Stiffened Thin Plating under Water Pressure, 376
  • Hudson—see Bridges
  • Hume-Rothery, Dr. W., System Magnesium-zinc, 318
  • Hydro-electric Power Development, at Arapuni, New Zealand, F. W. A. Handman, 581
  • Hydro-electric Works in Japan, Development of, S. Tanabe, 248
  • Hydrostatic Type of Regulator, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 572
  • Hyne, Engineer Rear-Admiral, Suggested Modifications to Marine Water-tube Boilers, 401

I

  • INDICATORS, Flow and Level ; Pressure Alarms ; " Monitor " Safety Devices, C. L. Stokoe, 597
  • Indus and its Five Tributaries, 657
  • Industrial Heating by Gas, 190
  • Industry and Trade, Balfour Committee's Final Report, 289, 297
  • Infra-red Spectra, Sir Robert Robertson, 262
  • Inglis, Professor, Natural Frequencies and Modes of Vibration in Beams of Non-uniform Mass and Section, 375
  • Institutes and Institutions---see Associations
  • International Foundry Congress, 419, 674, 703—see also Institute of British Foundry-men
  • Internatiolial Trade in Agricultural Machinery, 298
  • Intolerable, The, 548
  • Invention, Method in, C. Turnbull, 499 ; (Letters), 580. 035, 083

IRON AND STEEL

  • Blast-furnace Plant and Practice, First Report by Committee, 508, 523-526
  • Brittleness in Mild Steel, G. R. Bolsover, 538
  • Erosion of Guns, It H. Greaves and Others, 538
  • Functions of Steel Plant Metallurgy, R. E. Sherlock, 850
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Committee's Report, 538. 653
  • Influence of Pickling, H. Sutton, 536
  • Iron and Steel Output in 1928, 72
  • Lanz-Perlit Iron Fire-bar, Nortli-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 825, 826
  • Microstructure of Rapidly Cooled Steel. Dr. J. M. Robertson, 538
  • Past and Future of Iron, Presidential Address, Professor Henry Louis 480, 508
  • Pipe, 25ft. Long, 47in. Bore, Water Gas Welded Single-seam Steel, South Durham Steel and Iron Company, Ltd.. 826
  • Production of Sound Steel, Hon. Sir C. Parsons and Mr. H. 1%1. Duncan, 537
  • Sinter House, Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd., 509
  • Spring Steels, G. A. Hankins and Miss G. W. Ford, 537
  • Steel Far Outstrips Pig Iron, 81
  • Steel Sleepers, Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds. Ltd., 412
  • Steel t'. Wooden Sleepers in Rhodesia, 594
  • Transformation of Austenite into Martensite in an 0.8 per cent. Carbon Steel, Dartrey Lewis, 538
  • Twenty Months of Dry Blast Operation, E. H. Lewis, 508
  • Irrigation-see Sutlej also Coolidge
  • Isle Maligne--,sec Electrical Matters

J

  • JENKINS, Rhys, Chapter in the History of the Water Supply of London, 110
  • Jennings, E. J., Electricity Tariffs, 648
  • Johansen, F. C., Research in Mechanical Engineering by Small-scale Apparatus, 318-321
  • Johnson, J., Propulsion of Ships by Marine Steam Machinery, 349, 360-362 ; (Letter), 415

K

  • KEMPF, n., New Results Obtained in Measuring Frictional Resistance, 373
  • Kershaw, John B. C.. Atmospheric Pollution in England and Scotland in 1927-28, 175
  • Kettles for Alloys, Harry C. Lancaster, 344
  • Khartoum-Otnaurinan Bridge, 124, 132
  • Kinetic Boundary Friction, Justin H. Wells, 454

L

  • LABORATORY Methods of Research in Hydraulics, L. U. Mal', 648
  • Lambert, B. V., Dry Recovery of Dust and Fume from Metallurgical arid other Processes, 460
  • Lancaster, Harry C., Importance of Design and Setting of Large Kettles Used for Refining and Low-melting Alloys, 344
  • Language Question, 241 ; ( Letters), 266, 291
  • Lathes-see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 59, 115, 143, 169, 197, 279, 307, 337, 367, 393, 504, 529, 557, 585, 639, 667, 690, 722
  • LEADERS: 1928-A Retrospect :
  • Civil Engineering, 16
  • Conferences and Exhibitions, 16
  • Government and Industry, 16
  • Labour, 15
  • Now Life, 16
  • Sdfeguarding, 15
  • Technical Advance, 16
  • Unemployment, 15
  • Australia and British Engineers, 547
  • Automatic Couplings on Continental Railways, 270
  • Boilers for the Mercantile Marino, 188
  • British Agricultural Machinery in France. 134
  • British Industries Fair and Engineers. 213
  • Broken Wires in Suspension Bridges, 520
  • Bursting of Water Mains, 214
  • Channel Tunnel, 133
  • Charfield Railway Accident, 241
  • Clashing Engagements, 492
  • Control of London's Sub-surface, 410
  • Decay of Craftsmanship, 492
  • Economics of Education, 575
  • Efficiency of a Condenser, 269
  • Feed Water Research in America, 160
  • Formation of Scale in Boilers, 684
  • From Model to Full Scale, 325
  • Future Naval Construction, 103
  • Grid Transmission System, 133
  • Indus and its Five Tributaries, 657
  • International Trade in Agricultural Machinery, 298
  • Language Question, 241
  • Locomotives on the South African Railways, 410
  • Market for Engineers, 48
  • Molchett-Turner Scheme, 213
  • Modern Astronomy and the Engineer, 159
  • Modern Electrical Practice, 576
  • Naval Disarmament Prospects, 519, 683
  • Now Callendar Steam Tables, 491
  • Nineteenth Century Research, 709
  • Operating Experiences with High-pressure
  • Steam, 437
  • Power of Machine Tools, 630
  • Power Stations in Cities, 409
  • Powers of Joint Electricity Authorities, 187
  • Present Trend of Marine Oil Engine Design. 75
  • Prevention of Ionisation in Impregnated
  • Dielectrics. 326
  • Production of Steam Tables, 47
  • Productivity of Labour, 464
  • Propulsion of Ships, 658
  • Purification of Flue Gases. 629
  • Railway Operation in Fog, 438
  • Railway Reform, 463
  • Railway Signalling, 383 ; (Correction), 573
  • Recent Advances in Marine Propulsion, 355
  • Registration of Tests, 104
  • Safety of Transport, 710
  • Spain. 601
  • Stothert, Sir Percy K., 521
  • Study of Markets, 601
  • Telescoping of Railway Carriages, 76
  • The Intolerable, 548
  • Trade Within the Empire, 297
  • Turbo-generators, 383
  • Weight-saving, 356
  • LEIPZIG Technical Fair : Machine Tools, 286, 327, 328-ace also Machine Tools ; Internal
  • Combustion Engines, 286, 288

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

  • England. North of, 26, 58, 84, 114, 142, 168, 196, 222, 250, 278, 306, 336, 366, 392, 418, 446, 472, 500, 528, 556, 584, 610, 638. 666, 692, 718
  • Lancashire, 25, 57, El, 113, 141, 167, 195, 221 249, 277, 305, 335, 365, 391, 417, 445, 471, 499, 527, 555, 583, 609, 637, 665, 691, 717
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 24, 57, 83, 113, 140, 167, 195, 221, 249, 277, 305, 335, 365, 391, 417, 445, 471, 499, 527, 555, 583, 609, 637, 665, 691. 717
  • Scotland, 27, 59, 85, 115, 142, 169, 196, 223, 250, 279, 307, 337, 367, 393, 419, 447, 472, 501, 528, 557, 585, 611, 639, 667, 693, 719
  • Sheffield, 26, 58, 84, 114, 142, 168, 196, 222. 250, 278, 306, 336, 366, 392, 418, 446, 472, 500, 528, 556, 584, 610, 638, 666, 692, 718 ; (Letter), 362-ace 336
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 27, 59, 85, 115, 143, 169, 197, 223, 251, 279, 307,337, 367, 393, 419, 447, 473, 501, 529, 557, 585, 611, 639, 667, 693, 719

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • American Naval Construction, F. D. McHugh, 206
  • Breakwater at Table Bay, J. R. More, 488
  • British Engineering Designers, Consultant, 80
  • Brunel and the Broad Gauge, G. Royde Smith, 291
  • Cables, 132,000-Volt, A. M. Taylor, Major, 579, 594
  • Canals and Transport, E. T. Good, 207, 290 ; J. W. White, 266
  • Caustic Embrittlement of Steel, C. K Stromoyer, 390
  • Channel Tunnel and Broad Gauge, William F. Durtnall, 81 ; William Collard, 234, 266
  • Clashing Engagements, P. W. Thomas, 516
  • Construction of Railway Rolling Stock, Locomotive Builder. 44
  • Contractors' Work in Spain, W. J. Brands, 487
  • Decay of Craftsmanship, E. M. H. S., 662
  • Distant Signals, An Old Driver, 207 ; One Interested. 235
  • Education and Training of Engineers, A. C. Wilson, 635
  • Ellipse, False, Calculation of Centres, C. L. T. Griffith, 390
  • Engineering Principles in the Machinery of the Stars, An Engineer, 207
  • Evaporators at Sea. 415
  • Ex-Siemens' Men, J. S. Huddleston and E. P. Barfield, 291
  • Factory Inspectors, D. 0., 155
  • Feed Water Research in America, E. C. Harris, 207
  • Gas for Industry, R. S. Timperloy, 352
  • Gear Pumps, Robert B. Domony, 235
  • Grand Junction Locomotives, C. F. Dondy Marshall, 635, 680 ; W. Laidlaw, 663, 704
  • Heaviest European Passenger Locomotive, Adolf Giesel-Gieslingen, 80; C. Chaikovsky, 516
  • How do Centrifugal Pumps Act ? Fro-Reid, 488 ; H. R. Lupton, 516 ; W. E. W. Millington, 540
  • Identification Plates on Machinety, W. M. Vacy-Ash, 81
  • Invention, The Boatman, 580 ; C. Turnbull, 635, 704 ; Thomas Shorratt, 635 ; Disgruntled Inventor, 663
  • Language Question, E. F. M., 206 ; R. B. Asquith Ellis, 291
  • Locomotive Data, C. M. Keillor, 44, 138 ; H. C. F. Sculley, 100
  • Locomotive Fire-boxes, P. C. Dowhurst, 330
  • L.M.S. High-pressure Locomotive, IV. B. Thompson, 135, 192 : C. M. Keiller, 155, 207. 266 ; Forty Years' Recorder, 234 ; Loftus P. Perkins, 266
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Robert Maclaurin, 43
  • Market for Engineers, J. Cook, 80 ; One of the Old School, 80 ; J. M. Shackleton, 81 ; Juvenis, 100
  • New Callendar Steam Tables, B. K. S., 540
  • Old Contemptibles, " John of Aylestone," 704
  • Powdered Fuel, AV. H. Thornbery, 330
  • Production of Steam Tables, George A. Orrock, 206
  • Purification of Flue Gases, Jos. H. Harrison and Son, 662
  • Railways' Crossings on the Level, Horace Myers, Major, 155 ; A. M. Bushel, 192 ; (Note), 235
  • Railways and Foreign Produce, H. L. Thornhill, 192
  • Rainhall Locomotive Trials of 1829. B. Welbourn, 704
  • Registration of Tests, Belliss and Morcott), Ltd., 516
  • " Rocket II.," J. G. H. Warren, 663
  • Rope Drums, Chas. Barton, 330 ; H. S. Rowell, 352 ; Charles Patterson, 352
  • Salesmanship, Arthur W. loaner, 235
  • Science at the Science Museum. X., 207
  • Shunting on the Railways, E. R. B. Roberts, 330
  • Stabilograph, The, T. 13. Abell, 580, 680 ; A. Findlay, 663
  • Swain Turbine-see Tendencies Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development, P. J. Plevin, 235 ; F. H. Rosencrants, 235 ; P. R. Boulton, 390 ; R. W. Bailey, 488
  • Use of Models, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 390
  • Wagon Tippler, Nortons (Tividale), Ltd., 44
  • Welded Steel Oil Tanks, R. Jenkins and Co., Ltd., 44
  • Whirling Speeds of Light Shafts Carrying Single Concentrated Loads, T. M. Naylor, 662
  • LEWIS, E. H., Twenty Months of Dry Blast Operation, 608
  • Lightning, Dr. G. C. Sitnpson's Kelvin Lecture, 483

LITERATURE

  • Reviews
  • All the World's Aircraft, 1928, C. G. Grey, 44, 105
  • Applied Chemistry, Vol. I., Water, Detergents, Textiles, Fuels, &c., C. K. Tinkler and Helen Masters, 243, 493
  • Astronomy for Surveyors, M. K. Rice-Oxley and W. V. Shearer, 215, 299
  • Blast-furnace Practice, Vo . I., F. Clements, 357, 411
  • Bridge and Structural Engineer's Handbook, Adam Hunter, 12, 384
  • British Floods and Droughts, C. K P. Brooks, 104
  • Carbonisation, Technology and Engineering, John Armstrong, 299, 356, 548
  • Collected Scientific Papers of John James Waterston, J. S. Haldane, 215
  • Conduction of Electricity Through Gases, 357
  • Economics of Rail Transport in Great Britain, G. E. R. Sherrington, 270; (Letter). 291
  • Electrical Sub-stations, H. Brazil, 161
  • Electrical Transmission and Distribution, Vols. I. and II., 105, 299 ; Vole. 111. and IV., 385
  • Electricity Applied to Mining, H. C. Cotton, 243, 439
  • Engineering for Forest Rangers in Tropical Countries, &c., A. H. Lloyd, 271, 385
  • Exhaust •Steam Engineering, Charles S. Darling, 631
  • Geology of Gold, K J. Dunn, 299, 385
  • Land Drainage and Reclamation, Quincy Claude Ayres and Daniels Scoates, 299
  • London and Paris Railway. Proposed, William Collard, 184 ; (Letter), 234
  • Managerial Profit-sharing. C. Canby Balderston, 215, 242
  • Mining Subsidence, H. Briggs, 439, 492
  • Modern Steam Boilers, E. Pull, 105
  • Practical Industrial Furnace Design. 243
  • Practical Steel Making. Walter Lister, 161, 326
  • Principles of Under-drainage, R. D. 'Walker, 161, 439
  • Probability and its Engineering Uses, Thornton C. Fry, 77
  • Problem of Motor Transport : An Economical Analysis, Christopher T. Brunner, 576
  • Road versus Rail : The Case for Motor Transport, C. S. Brunner, 299, 576
  • Steam Turbines, J. A. Moyer. 385, 493
  • Swan, Sir Joseph Wilson, F.R.S., A. Memoir by M. K S. and K. R. S., 439, 548
  • Technical Data on Fuel, H. M. Spiers, 521
  • Short Notices :
  • A.B.C. of Storage Battery Management, Ernest C. McKinnon, 357
  • Alfred Sohlomatxn's Technologisches Handbuch der Elektrotechnik and dor Elektrochemie, 493
  • Alkaline Accumulators, J. T. Grennell and F. M. Lea, 135
  • Definitions and Formulae for Students, 549
  • Dielectric Phenomena : Electrical Dis charges in Liquids, S. 'Whitehead, 134
  • Distribution of Electricity by Overhead Lines, William T. Taylor, 134
  • Eddy Current Heating. Introduction to the Theory of, C. R. Burch and N. Ryland Davis, 134
  • Engineering English. John H. Scutt, 549
  • Installation of Electric Lighting and Heating, F. H. Taylor, 134
  • Profession of Engineering, a C. Jackson and W. P. Jones, 521, 549
  • Schlomann's, Alfred, Illustrated Technical Dictionaries in Six Languages, 134
  • Success on Irrigation Projects, John A. Widtsoe, 357
  • Underground Cable Systems, G. W. Stubbingo, 161, 357
  • Books Received :
  • About Airships, E. F. Spanner, 44
  • Advertiser A.B.C., T. B. Browne. 706
  • American Society for Testing Materials, Proceedings of Meeting, 357
  • Annales des Ponts et Chatu3s*es, 12. 357. 521
  • Annales des Travaux Publics do Belgique, 1929, 603
  • Annali dei Lavori Pubblici (Gill Giornale del Genie Civile), Ottobre, 1928, 243 ;
  • Dicembre, 385 1929, Gonnaio, 549 ;
  • Fasc. H., Febbraio Fase. No. 3, Mario, 706
  • A.O.B. Werkzeugmaschinenblitter, 44
  • Art de l'Ingenieur et Metallurgic, 105
  • A.T.M. Telegraph Engineers' Handbook, 631
  • Berechnung Statisch Unbestimmter Systeme, 243
  • Rio-precipitation Studies, 1921-1927, A. M. Buswell and S. L. Neave, 706
  • Birmingham Exchange Directory of Members, &c., 1929, 631
  • Blue Book, The, Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook, 1929, 243
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1929, 439
  • Broken Trident, E. F. Spanner, 44
  • Calculating Chart, " Crux Hydraulics," 12
  • Calvert's Mechanic,s' Almanack, 1929, J. Brooks, 12
  • Can We Trade with Russia ? Edouard Luboff, 439
  • Cantor Lectures on Fatigue Phenomena, H. J. Gough, 44
  • Chemical Engineering and Chemical Catalogue, 357
  • Choice of Electric Motors and Control Gear, A. Kershaw, 243
  • Civil Engineers' Reference Book, J. C. Trautwine, 706
  • Clubs, 1929, C. Austin-Leigh, 215
  • Coal Industry of the Eighteenth Century, T. S. Ashton and J. Sykes, 439
  • Colliery Manager's Pocket-book, 1929. 12
  • Companies Act, 1928, as it Affects the Business Man, Sir Mark W. Jenkinson, 357
  • Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vol. IX., J. W. Mellor, 243
  • Construction of Alignment Charts, G. W. Swett, 184
  • Cornish Miner, The, Account of His Life Above and Underground from Early Times, A. K. Hamilton 'Tonkin, 243
  • De Afeluiting en Gedeeltelijke Droogmaking van Zuiderzee, 706
  • Die Begreuzung der Leistungssteigerung der Sehnellaufenden Verbrennungsmaschine durch den Steuervorgang, Dr. -Ing. M. Christian, 243
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers, 1929, 243
  • Economic Effects of Monopoly on British Power Stations, A. H. Swain, 549
  • Electrical Tramnission and Distribution, R. O. Kapp, 521, 707
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1929-30, Municipal Engineering, 493
  • Engineers' Year Book for 1929, H. R. Kemp and W. Hanneford Smith, 549
  • Engineering Economics, T. H. Burnham, 549
  • Engineering English, J. H. Scott, 385
  • Eidimating, T. H. Hargrave, 631
  • Evaporating, Condensing, and Cooling Apparatus, E. Hausbrand, 326
  • Forest Products Research Bulletin No. 2 : Lyctus Powder-post Beetles, 184
  • Forschungsarbeiten, Heft 312: 'Jttersuchung der von Spritzvergasern geliefer-ten Zerstaubung, Dr.-Ing. J. Sauter, 12
  • Forty-first Annual Report of the Incorporated Swansea Exchange. 1927-1928, 161
  • Goodwill in Industry. 243
  • Groundwork of Calculus. Wm. Hunter, 706

H.M. Stationery Office Publications :

  • Air Publication No. 970: Handbook of Strength Calculations, 326
  • Bristol and Somerset Coalfield : Carbonisation of " Parkfield Large Gas " Coal. 243
  • Building Science Abstracts. Vol. IL. 439
  • Deterioration of Colliery Winding Ropes. &c., S. M. Dixon and Others, 271
  • Financial, Commercial and Economic Conditions in Brazil, Report by S. G. Irving, 243
  • Inclusion of Partial Glides in Routine Performance Tests, A. E. Woodward Nutt. 243
  • Investigations into the Durability of Architectural Terra-cotta and Faience, 549
  • Ordinary Commercial Cylinders for the " Permanent, " Gases, 385
  • Report on the Trade and Commerce of East Africa. C. Kemp, 215
  • Researches on Springs. 6: Static. and Endurance Tests of Laminated Springs made of Carbon and Alloy Steels, R. O. Batson and J. Bradley. 549
  • Rolling Experiments on an Aerofoil of R.A.F. 32 Section, H. B. Irving and A. S. Batson. 215
  • Wind Tunnel Tests with High Tip Speed Air Screws, G. P. Douglas and W. G. A. Perring. 243
  • Yorkshire. Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Coalfields, 271
  • How to Drive a Car, 631
  • Hydro-extractors : Their Safe Construction and Working. 549
  • Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory, 1929, 105
  • Industrial Lighting. 184
  • Institution of Structural Engineers, Year Book and List of Members, 1929. 706
  • International Aspects of Electrical Communications in the Pacific Area, L. B. Tribolot, 706
  • Journal of tho Institute of Metals. Vol. XL., 357
  • Journal of tho Iron and Steel Institute, Vol. CXVIII., 385
  • Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society. 549
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Sic.. 1929, 631
  • L'Alimentatiori en Eau Potable aux Pays-Has, W. F. J. Krul and F. A. Loifrinck. 385
  • Leichtmetallkolbon, Protest/tor Dr.-Ing. C. Becker, 521
  • Locomotive Engineer's Pocket Book, 1929, 357
  • Logarithms of Feet. Inches and Fractions, &c.. C. L. T. Griffith. 385
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation (or Distillation) Explained, Murray Stuart. 215
  • Lure of Safeguarding. A. S. Comyns Carr and D. Rowland Evans. 493
  • Measurement of the Dischargo of the Nile, &c.. H. K Hurst and D. A. F. Watt. 521
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1929, 105
  • Mernoires et Compte Rendu dos Travaux do la SociAto des Inglinietue Civils do France, 549
  • Merchant Navy. Vol. III.. Sir Archibald Hurd. 439
  • Motor Book Manual, 243
  • Motor Cycling Annual, 831
  • Motor Electrical Manual, 105
  • Motor Ship Reference Book, 1929, 105
  • Motor Vehicle. K. Newton, 549
  • Now Zealand Shipping Freights and Charges. Report of Discussions, acc., Harbour Board, 706
  • Notes on Half-Round Sleepers of Sal and Teak, W. A. Bailey and Others, 12
  • Omnibus Lighting and Starting. J. W. Houghton. 161
  • Photomicrographs of Iron and Stool. E. L. Reed, 386
  • Pipe and Tube Bending and Jointing. Stanley P. Marks. 549
  • Portland Cement Association : Report of Director of Research for Year ending November, 1928, 603
  • Power Resources of the World, 385
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary. 1929, 12
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary. 1929, 12
  • Practical Geometry and Engineering Graphics. W. Abbott, 385
  • Practical Treatise on Suspension Bridges, D. B. Steinman, 385
  • Précis de Construction. &c.. J. Guillemin, 44
  • Press Tools. N. F. Fieldnend, 493
  • Price of Petrol, E. H. Davenport, 271
  • Problemes do Statiquo graphique et do Ritaistance des MatOriaux. Louis Roy. 706
  • Problems in Technical Mathematics, A. H. Stuart, 631
  • " Proceedings " of the Chemical Engineering Group. 12
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, 1927-1928, 549
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. 1928, Vol. II., 631
  • Railway Policy of South Africa, S. Herbert Frankel, 12
  • Railway Year Book for 1929, 631
  • Report of the Fourth International Shipping Conference held in London. June, 1928, 215
  • Report by H.M. Inspectors on Day Classes for Engineering Apprentices, 105
  • Report of the Trials of the Combine Harvest-Thresher in Wiltshire, 1928, J. E. Newman, 631
  • Sella Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 299
  • Some Economic Factors in Modern Lilo. Sir Josiah Stamp, 243
  • South African Mining and Engineering Year Book and Directory, 1929. 439
  • South and East African Year Book, 1929. A. Semler Brown and G. Gordon Brown, 44
  • Specification for Architects. Surveyors, Sc., F. Chatterton, 271
  • Standard Methods of Testing Petroleum and its Products, 706
  • Statistical Mechanics : Theory of the Properties of Miptter in Equilibrium. R. H. Fowler, 184 I
  • Steam, Air, and Gas Power, W. H. Severn. and H. E. Deglor, 385
  • Steam Turbines, T. M. Naylor, 603
  • Strength of Materials, J. O. Draffin, 161
  • Study of Factors Affecting the Efficiency and Design of Farm Septic Tanks, E. W. Lehmann and Others, 706
  • Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners, Report, 12
  • Text-book of Ordnance and Gunnery, Lieut-Colonel Earl McFarland, 385
  • Theory of Heat Engines, Wm. I nehley, 357
  • " Transactions " of the Fuel Conference, London, 1928, 631
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, Vol. V., 1927. 243
  • " Transactions " of the Manchester Association of Engineers, 1927-1928, 215
  • Twenty-first Annual Report of the Hydro-electric Power Commission of the Province of Ontario to October 31st. 1928. 706
  • Universal Directory of Railway Officials, 631
  • Ventilation of Mines, Henry Briggs, 549
  • Vibration Problems in Engineering. S. Timoshenko, 493
  • Water Engineer's Pocket Book and Directory, 1929. 549
  • Wellington (New Zealand) Harbour Board. Accounts, Arc., to September 30th, 1928. 603
  • Workshop Practice, E. A. Atkins, Twf, Volumes, 105 ; Vole. V. and VI., E. A. Atkins, 493 ; Vole. VII. and VIII., E. A. Atkins, 706
  • Year Book of the Bermudas. the British Guiana, British Honduras, and t h., British West Indies, 1929, 706
  • Zugfestigkeit and Hart° bei Dr.-Ing. Otto Schwarz, 215
  • LLOYD'S Register—see Ships
  • Lock Gates—see Welland
  • Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Lodge. Sir Oliver, May Lecture, Some Ideas About. Metals, 514
  • Loetschborg— see Railway Locomotive, Foreign
  • London Power Company—see Electrical Matters
  • Louis. Professor Henry, Past and Future 4, Iron, 480, 508
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Dr. Armstrong, 192

M MACHINE TOOLS

  • Boring and Turning Mill. Vertical, George Richards and Co., Ltd., 661, 662
  • Grinding Machine. Electro-hydraulic Surface, Lumsden Machine Company. Ltd.. 660
  • Grinding Machine for Locomotive Parts. Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd.. 109
  • 66in. Heavy Duty Railway Wheel Lathe. Noble and. Lund, Ltd., and Alfred Herbert. Ltd., 74. 78
  • Lathe. Shafting, High-speed 42in., G. and A. Harvey, Ltd. 292. 296
  • Lathes, G. and A. Harvey, Ltd.. 662
  • Leipzig Fair, Machine Tools at:
  • British : Combination Turret Lathes ; Auto. Lathes ; Capstan Lathes ; Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 327. 328
  • Foreign : Lathe, Large. H. A. Waldrieh, 327 ; Lathe, 1 rn. Centres ; Grinding Machine. Forging Machine, Tool Grinder. Schiess-Defries. 327 ; Draw Press for Body Work of Motor Cars, dte.. Gott Brothers, 327 ' Drilling Machines. Raboma Maschinonfabrik ; Drilling Machines, Messrs. Kolb, 328
  • Machine Tool Equipment at Glenfield and Kennedy's Heavy Engineering Shops, Kilmarnock, 661, 862
  • Machine Tools et the Paris Fair, 581
  • Milling Machine, High-power Plain, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 636
  • Shanks Vertical and Horizontal Planing Machine, 661, 662
  • Stirk Hiloplane, 662
  • Triple-head Angle Punching and Cropping Machine, James Bennie and Sons, Ltd, 582
  • MALZ. L. U.. Laboratory Methods of Research in Hydraulics, 648
  • Market for Engineers. 48 ; (Letters), 80. 81, 100
  • Maybury, Sir Henry Percy, James Forrest Lecture, Roads and Road Transport, 509
  • Melehott-Turner Scheme, 213
  • Merritt, Henry E., The Gear Pump, 170
  • Metals, Some Ideas About, May Lecture. Sir Oliver Lodge, 514
  • Metallurgy of Cast Bronzes, H. C. DOW/ 674
  • Metallurgy, Grey Iron, 674
  • Metallurgical Furnaoos, Pulverised Fuel Applied to, H. W. Hellen& and E. C. Lowndes, 675
  • Method in Invention. C. Turnbull, 499 ; (Letter). 580
  • Mezborough--see Water Supply
  • Michel Bearings, Notes on the Fitting and Operation of, J. F. Petreo, 111
  • Mid-East—ace Electrical Matters Model to Full Scale, 325
  • Modern Astronomy and the Engineer, 159
  • Modern Feed Water Circuits, J. G. Weir. 95, 106
  • Morley. T. B.. The Suporiniser : A Combined Air Heater and Economiser, 331
  • Motor Coach—see Railways
  • Moulding Sands, H. Van Aarst. 876
  • Moulding Sands, Ben Hird, 675
  • Moultrop. J. E.' Operation of High-pressure Steam-electric Generating Stations, 432. 437
  • Muller, W. J., Lentz Standard Marino Engine, 1200 I.H.P., 552

N

  • NATURAL Frequencies and Modes of Vibration in Beam; of Non-uniform Mass and Section, Professor Inglis, 375
  • Naval Matters—see Ships
  • Now Results Obtained in Measuring Frictional Resistance. G. Kempf, 373
  • Now Sewerage and Sea Guff&11 Works at Whitby. 376-379
  • Niagara Falls. Proposed Remedial Works at. 358
  • Nice-Cori—see Railways
  • Nineteenth Century Research, 709
  • Nomograms, Construction of, A. L. Egan, 565
  • North-East Coast Exhibition. 541. 570, 596. 624, 652, 686

O OBITUARY

  • Allen, Arthur Hinton. 188
  • Allott, Henry Newmarch. 680
  • Beaumont, William Worby (Portrait), 438
  • Dow, Lieut.-Colonel Harold Percy. 12
  • Goedkoop, Daniel. 659
  • Hickman, Frank. 680
  • Hollingsworth. Alexander Thomas, 12
  • Lloyd, John Christian, 54
  • Lowcock, Sidney Richard, 77
  • Mackay. H. J. S.. 706
  • McLaren. Henry, 299
  • Moyjes. A. C., 406
  • Marshall. Herbert J. (Portrait), 602
  • Pain. Albert Charles (Portrait), 298
  • Reid, Robert Whyte (Portrait), 384
  • Richardson, James. 188
  • Robinson. A. W., 659
  • Rowan-Thompson. Sir William (Portrait). 242
  • Simon, Antony Andre. 326
  • Stothert, Sir Percy K., 521
  • OIL, Coal and Iron Enterprises in South Manchuria, W. F. Collins. 486
  • Oil Cracking, Recent Developments in the Art of, Dr. A. E. Dunstan, 194
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Strainer, Oil Heating. &c., at North-East Coast Exhibition—ace Auto•Kloan
  • Omnibus Braking and Door Control, D. G. Peters and Co.. Ltd.. 193
  • Operation of High-pressure Steam-electric Generating Stations, I. E. Moultrop, 432, 437
  • Oxidation --see Retardation

P

  • PARSONS. Hon. Sir Charles, and Mr. H. M. Duncan, Production of Sound Steel, 537
  • Parsons. Hon. Sir Charles. and Mr. J. Rosen, Direct Generation of Alternating Current at High Voltages, 321
  • Partington Gasworks of tile. Manchester Corporation. 678

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS. BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 309
  • Batteries and Accumulators. 61
  • Building. 722
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 695
  • Dynamos and Motors, 87, 145, 253, 281. 309. 421. 475, 531. 559, 587, 641
  • Electrical Appliances. 29. 225, 253, 281. 339
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 29, 117, 145, 199, 253, 309. 339, 369. 421. 475, 503, 531, 587, 695. 721
  • Furnaces. 88. 199. 395. 422, 588, 669. 722
  • Gas Producers. 642
  • Lighting and Heating, 81. 225, 422, 614
  • Locomotives, 29. 200
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances. 29, 61. 200. 310. 340, 369, 395, 422, 449, 475, 603, 532. 559. 614. 669
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 199. 225. 369. 421. 449. 531. 613. 669. 695
  • Metallurgy, 422, 613
  • Mining Machinery, 200
  • Miscellaneous, 30, 61, 88. 118. 148, 172, 225. 254. 282. 310, 340. 370, 396, 450, 476, 503. 532. 560. 588, 614. 642, 689, 695. 722
  • Motor Cara and Road Traffic. 30, 613. 642
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery. 117, 309. 532. 588, 722
  • Ships and Boats. 172. 370, 476, 613
  • Steam Generators. 29, 87, 117. 281, 309. 339. 559. 687. 641
  • Switcbgear, 61. 117, 145, 171, 641
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 29. 117, 171. 199, 225. 254, 282. 475, 503, 641, 689
  • Tramways and Railways, 30, 476, 559, 588
  • Transformers and Converters, 171. 253, 395. 421. 641
  • Transmission of Power, 61. 225, 369, 395, 449, 531, 559, 587, 613, 642, 695, 721
  • Turbine Machinery. 87. 199, 613
  • Welding, 449
  • PENETRATING Radiations, Sir Ernest Rutherford . 413
  • Permanent Way Maintenance in Japan, Some Aspects of, Tamiya Nagata. 134
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27. 59, 85. 115, 143. 169. 197. 223, 254, 279. 307, 337, 367, 393, 419. 473, 501, 529, 555, 685. 611. 639. 670, 696. 719
  • Peterborough Electricity Works. Pulverised Coal Plant. 567, 674
  • Potreo, J. F., Notes on the Operation and Fitting of Michell Bearings. 111
  • Potty. Thomas, Regerierative Surface Condenser., 229. 259-261. 313-316. 346-348, 388
  • Photo-print Developing Machine. B. J. Hall and Co.. Ltd., 689

PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITS :

  • Ashdown, A. J.. " Rotoscope." with Bladed, " Heteroptic " and " Hybrid " Types of Shutter, 70
  • British Thomson-Houston Company : Loud Speakers. Visual Indication of Acoustic Characteristics of. 43
  • Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd.: Direct Reading Micrometer, 42 ; Rotational Accelerometer, 43 ; Enlarging Camera with Portable Microscope, 43 ; Extensomoter for Testing Paper for Humidity. 43 ; Photo-electric Micro-photometer, 69
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.: " A.C. Test '-Portable A.C. Multi-range Ammeter and Multi-range Voltmeter, 70 : "Alltest" D.C. Portable Multi-range Testing Set Crompton Potentiometer Equipment : Crompton - Robertson Bridge Potentio-meter. 71
  • Electroflo Meters Company Ltd.: Multi-point Draught Indicator, 43
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co.. Ltd.: Rectifier-operated Moving-coil Instruments with Wide Range of Measurements, 69
  • Evershed and Vignoles. Ltd.: bionic Saline-meter. 7000-Volt Direct.currefit Testing Equipment, Midworth Distant Repemer, 42
  • Ferranti. Ltd.: Variety of Electrical Instruments Rectifier Instruments ; Testing Test, 68
  • Foster Instrument Company : " Introseope " and Outfit, 70
  • General Electric Company : Demonstration of Application of Photo-olectrio Cells, 69
  • Igranic Electric Company : Microphone, High Grade, with Control Unit, 68
  • Kent. George, Ltd.: Manometers. Recording Balanced, 70
  • Marconi Company : Direction Finder 11
  • Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Set for Aircraft ; Signal Strength Measuring Set. 42
  • M.L. Magnoto Company, LW.: Noise Tester. 71
  • M.O. Valve Company : Demonstration of Various Uses of High-frequency Current Generated by Marconi and Osrain Valves, 68
  • Radio Communication Company. Direction Finder, 71
  • Sullivan, H. W., Ltd.: Wavemeter. Novel Form Invented by Dr. N. W. McLachlan, 69
  • Lectures during the Exhibition : Experiments with High-frequency Sound Waves, Professor F. Lloyd Hopwood Lenses, Conrad Bock ; Some Colour Problems in Photo Engraving, A. J. Bull, 42
  • PHYSICAL Properties of Steam, A.S.M.F:. Research on the, 583
  • Pier Piles. Repairing. with Reinforced Concrete, Major F. M. Du-Plat-Taylor. 577
  • Piston Pump, New Brooch type. Hand-operated and Gear Crank-driven, M. W. Swinburne and Sons, Ltd.. 686
  • Planing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • P.M.G. Brass Castings. Vickers-Armstrong's. Ltd.. 654
  • Porter, Geoffrey, Heavy Oil Engines and Eketricity Supply Undertakings, 647
  • Powdered k uol Tests on Lancashire Boilers, B. and L. Powdered Fuel. Ltd., 304
  • Power Development on the Kootenay River, 469
  • Power of Machine Tools. 630
  • Power Resources of the World. 410
  • Power Scheme. The Shannon—see Shannon
  • Power from Warm Water, 111
  • Present Trend—see Engines
  • Prevention of Ionisation in Impregnated Dielectrics, S. G. Brown and P. A. Sporing, 326
  • Production of Steam Tables. 47 ; (Letter). 208
  • Productivity of Labour, 464
  • Propelling Machinery, Tho Choice of. Professor Percy A. Hillhouse, 166
  • Pulverised Coal Plant at Peterborough Electricity Works, 567. 574
  • Pulvoriser and Pulverised Coal—see also Coal
  • Pulveriser. " Resolutor." Clarke. Chapman and Co., Ltd., 542, 543

PUMPS

  • Electrically Driven Vertical Pumps, " Contax." " Pervac." " Vertoil " Rotary Gear Wheel Pumps, " Vortoil " and " Horzoil." Drysdale and Co.. Ltd., 572
  • Gear Pump, Henry E. Merritt, 176 ; (Letter). 235
  • Low-lift Screw Pump or Surface Drainage, J. Simmons and Son. 466
  • Malcolm-Feuerheerd Roller Pump and Hydraulic Control Gear, Bever. Dotting and Co., Ltd.. 652
  • Pumped Storage in Hydro-electric Plants. 496
  • Pumps, Direct-acting Feed, with Float Tank ; Steam Turbine-driven Feed ; Electrically Driven Two-throw Power ; Air Pumps, G. and J. Weir, 596, 597
  • PURIFICATION of Flue Gases, 629 ; (Letter), 863
  • Pyrometer. Optical : Pyrometer, Disappearing Filament, Cambridge Instrument Company. Ltd., 672

Q

  • QUESTION of Wagons. 580

R

  • RAIL Cars, Two New, for Overseas, Cammell Laird and Co.. Ltd.. and Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 166, 158

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • General Matters :
  • Boirault Automatic Coupler, 216
  • Railway Operation in Fog. 438
  • Railway Reform 463
  • Railway Signalling, 383 ; (Correction), 573
  • Railway Signalling at Manchester, 362
  • Shunting on Railways, 288 ; (Letter), 330
  • Stool Sleepers, Guest, Keen and Nottlefolds,
  • Ltd., 412 ; (Addendum), 573
  • Steel v. Wooden Sleepers in Rhodesia, 594
  • Telescoping of Railway Carriages, 76
  • Tools for Railway Work—ace Machine Tools
  • British. Colonial, and Indian :
  • British Railway Results in 1928, 498
  • Charfield Railway Accident, 241
  • Old Hill Tunnel. G.W.R., Reconstruction Work at, 380
  • Railway Constructional Activity in Western Canada, 220
  • Foreign :
  • Automatic Couplings on Continental Railways, 270
  • Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway Motor Coach, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 470
  • Cascade Tunnel, Great Northern Railway, U.S.A.. 644, 672, 682, 698
  • Chinese Railway Building Scheme, 391
  • Churchill Harbour Terminus of the Hudson Bay Railway, 427
  • Franco-Italian Railway Between Nice and Coni, 429-432, 436
  • French West African Railway, 220
  • Railway Construction in Manchuria, 291

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • General Matters :
  • Ljungstrom Locomotive, Development, Argentine Railways, 372, 398, 424-426 (Two-page Supplement, April 12th, 1929) Locomotive Coal Tests, J. G. B. Sams, 244 " Rocket," The, Rebuilt, 592. 595
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • Locomotives on the South African Railways, 410
  • L. M. S. Railway, Projected High-pressure Locomotive, 108 ; (Letters), 138, 155, 234, 266
  • Foreign :
  • German Locomotive Industry, 261
  • Loetschborg Tunnel Railway, 4000 H.P. Electric Locomotives on, 97
  • RAIN HILL Trials of 1829, C. F. Dendy Marshall; 467 ; (Letter), 704
  • Reaction Turbine, 3000 Revolutions per Minute ; Older Turbines ; Blading, Old, and Recent Specimens : Creep-cut Gearing ; Transformers, Old and New ; Searchlights, Large ; Reflecting Telescope, 36in.; Sir
Howard Grubb and Parsons ; C. A. Parsons and Co.. Ltd., 626
  • Reavell, William, Standardisation of Keys and Keyways, 456-458, 450. 465
  • Reconstruction Work at Old Hill Tunnel, G.W.R.. 380
  • Record Effciency—see Electrical Matters
  • Refrigeration on Shipboard. H. J. Ward, 206, 212. 217-220
  • Regenerative Surface Condensers, Thomas Petty, 229, 259-261, 313-316, 346-348, 388
  • Registration of Tests. 103 ; (Letter). 516
  • Resistance of Concrete to Sea Water, II. E. Squire, 685
  • Retardation and Prevention of Oxidation, John G. A. Rhodin, 66
  • Rhodesia's Copper Bolt, 716
  • Rhodin, John G. A., on Retardation and Prevention of Oxidation, 66
  • Road Congress in the United States, 1930, 460
  • Road-making Plant, Oil Engine Driven, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 139
  • Road Motor Transport in South Africa, 189
  • Roads and Road Transport, James Forrest Lecture. Sir H. P. Maybury, 509
  • Robertson, Dr. J. M., Micro-structure of Rapidly Cooled Steel ; Dartrey Lewis, Transformation of Austonite into Martensite in an 0.8 per cent. Carbon Steel, 538
  • " Rocket," The, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., 592, 595 ; (Letter), 663
  • Rosenhain, Dr., and Mr. Prytherch, Improved Form of Electric Resistance Furnace, 344
  • Rothwell, James H., Paper on Legal Problems in Connection with Electricity, 631. 646
  • Rotor Bearings---see Electrical Matters.

S

  • SAFETY of Transport. 710
  • Saltash—see Bridges
  • Salving-see Ships
  • Sams, J. G. B., American Couplings, 76
  • Sams, J. G. B., Locomotive Coal Tests, 244
  • Scientific and Industrial Research : Excerpts from Report for 1927-28, 122 ; Bridge Stress Committee's Report. 150
  • Scott Hill, W., Engineer Rear - Admiral, Powdered Fuel for Ships. 401
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Lytham St. Annes, 617
  • Sewage Screen, Endless Rope, at Davyhulme Disposal Works, F. W. Brackett and Co., Ltd., 182
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 452-464, 462, 478 480, 606, 534-536, 562,564, 590-592. 618
  • Sheet Piling Cofferdams for the Sukkur Barrage, 351
  • Sherlock, R. E., Functions of Steel Plant Metallurgy, 650

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • See also Annual Articles
  • General Matters :
  • Behaviour of Stiffened Thin Plating under Water Pressure. Mr. Hodges, 376
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation in the Booth Liner " Boniface," C. F. A. Fyfe, 374
  • Half-size Model of Parsons Low-pressure and Astern Turbine ; Model of Machinery Installation for 5000 S.H.P. Single-screw Steamer ; Model of Steam Yacht " Turbinia," Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd., 625
  • International Load line Regulations, Dr. J. Bruhn, 350
  • Lloyd's Register :
  • Annual Summary, 191
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns. 79, 434
  • Marine Water-tube Boilers, Suggested Modifications, Engineer Rear-Admiral Hyne, 401
  • Motor Lifeboats, of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Mr. Barnet, 402
  • Powdered Fuel for Ships, Engineer Rear Admiral W. Scott Hill, 401
  • Propulsion of Ships, 658
  • Propulsion of Ships by Marine Steam Machinery, J. Johnson, 349, 360-362 ; (Letter), 415
  • Recent Advances in Marine Propulsion, 355
  • Salving of the ox-German Battle-Cruiser " Seydlitz," Cox and Danks, Ltd., 204
  • Shipbuilding Berths, Dry Docks, Reconstructed Vessels, Models of, Smith's Dock Company, Ltd., 644
  • Ship Models, Collection of, Swan, Hunter, Wigham Richardson and Co., Ltd., 687
  • Water tube Boiler for Marino Purposes, Arthur Spyer, 401, 414
  • British Navy :
  • " H.M. Battleships " Nelson " and " Rodney." Sir IVIlliam Berry's Paper, 329, 333
  • Motor Pinnaces for the Royal Air Force, Trials, Vosper and Co., Ltd., 54
  • Naval Matters :
  • Future Naval Construction, 103
  • Naval Disarmament Prospects, 519, 683
  • Notes on the Navy Estimates, 301
  • Foreign Navies :
  • German Vessel, " Ersatz Preussen, 3, 53
  • Sea Trials of Italian Destroyers, Lieut.-Colonel Dondona, 348
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Cross-Channel Motor Vessels of the Ulster Imperial Line, 495
  • Holland-America Liner " Statendam.," New, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 602, 622
  • P. and 0. Turbo-electric Liner " Viceroy of India," 232, 268. 272, 300 (Four-page Supplement, March 1st, 1929.)
  • SHOPS, New Heavy Engineering. at Kilmarnock, Equipment--see Machine Tools ; Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 656, 661
  • Simons, W. E., Sinter Plant at Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds. 508
  • Simpson, Dr. G. C., Kelvin Lecture, 483
  • Sixty Years Ago, 12, 48, 72, 108, 131, 165, 183, 207, 247, 262, 294, 331, 362, 376, 411, 443, 460, 484, 516, 544, 580, 607, 635, 663, 689, 706; (Letter), 155
  • Skoda Steam Turbines at the Ignat Colliery, Czechoslovakia, 628, 632
  • Sleepers—see Railways
  • Small-scale Apparatus, Research in Mechanical Engineering by, F. C. Johansen, 318
  • Societies—ace Associations
  • Sqme Ideas About Metals, May Lecture, Sir Oliver Lodge, 514

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES : 111, 140, 156, 248, 302, 352, 416, 444, 460, 498, 526, 582, 663, 689

  • American Interest in Rhodesia, 248
  • Beira Railway Washaweys, 526
  • Benguela Railway, 689
  • Beryl Ore in Demand, 582
  • Better Coaling Appliances, 499
  • Big Manganese Agreement 444
  • Blast-furnace Shut Down, 663
  • Branch Line Losses, 498
  • Broken Hill Zinc-Lead Mine, 416
  • Building of Bogies and Wagons, 140
  • Cape Town Electricity Supply, 460
  • Cement Works, New, 112
  • Central African Railways, 112
  • Electric Power Production 140
  • Engineering Concern, New, 583
  • Engineering Works, New, 416
  • Extracting Oil from Coal, 302
  • German All-steel Houses for S.A., 498
  • £1,000,000,000 of Gold, 248, 444
  • Harbour Works Progress, 248
  • Increase in Electrical Equipment, 416
  • Johannesburg Gasworks, 583
  • Johannesburg, New Station for, 112, 248
  • Large Truck Order, 111
  • Large Well Trucks, 416
  • Line to Manganese Field, 582
  • Lobito Bay Harbour, 111
  • Manganese Ore, 302
  • Mine's Big Wage Bill, 526
  • Mining Equipment. 156
  • National Road Policy, 663
  • Newcastle Blast-furnace Blown In, 111
  • Peat Finds at Durban, 352
  • Platinum Production, 498
  • Proposed Central Garage Scheme, 444
  • Railway Budget, 460
  • Railway Construction, 156
  • Railway Signalling Installation, 498
  • Repair Shop and Inspection Sheds at Cape Town, 526
  • Rhodesia, Now Outlet for, 582
  • Rhodesian Copper Mines, 302
  • Rhodesian Copper Railways, New ?498
  • Rhodesian Railways, 689
  • Richest Rhodesian Copper Mine, 498
  • Road Motor Services, 352
  • Road Transport Vehicles, 112
  • Rock Drill Factory, 150
  • S.A.R. Repair Shops, New, 582
  • South African Cutlery, 352
  • South African Inventions, 460
  • State Railway Workshops, 352
  • Steel Companies' Agreement, 140
  • Table Bay Docks, 112
  • Ten Months' Mineral Output, 140
  • Tenders for Locomotives, 156
  • Transvaal Industry, 527
  • Transvaal Mining Developments, 352
  • Union Steel Corporation (S.A.). 112
  • Vianini Reinforced Concrete Pipes, 112
  • Witbank Power Station, 248
  • SPAIN, 601
  • Spyer, Arthur, Water-tube Boiler for Marine Purposes, 401, 414
  • Squire, H. E., Resistance of Concrete to Sea Water, 685
  • Stabilograph, Professor T. B. Abell, 494 ; (Letters), 580, 663, 680
  • Standardisation of Keys and Keyways, 'William Revell, 546-458, 459, 465
  • Steam Generators at Brighton, W. R. Wood, Combustion Steam Generator Company, Ltd., 578 (Two-page Supplement, May 24th, 1929)
  • Steam Tables—see Extended
  • Steam Trap, A Now, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 444
  • Steam Turbine Development, Tendencies in, H. L. Guy, 136, 152, 188 ; (Letters), 235, 390
  • Steel—sec Iron and Steel Stephenson's, George, Birthplace, 659
  • Stephenson—see oleo The " Rocket " Stringer, H., German Waterworks in 1928, 564
  • Study of Markets, 601
  • Sukkur Barrage—sec Sheet Piling
  • " Supermiser " : A Combined Air Heater and Economiser, T. B. Morley, 331
  • Sutlej Valley Project, 93, 102
  • Sutton. H.. Influence of Pickling Operations on the Properties of Steel, 536
  • Sykes, C., Alloys of Zirconium, II., 346

T

  • TAMIYA Nagata, Some Aspects of Permanent Way Maintenance in Japan, 134
  • Tanabe, S., Development of Hydro-electric Works in .Japan, 248
  • Telephone Progress in the London Area, 135
  • Telescoping—sec Railways
  • Tendencies in Steam Turbine Development-, H. L. Guy, 136, 152, 188 ; (Letters), 235, 390
  • Testing of Porcelain Insulators, 428
  • Thomas Gas Calorimeter, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 571
  • Traction Engine of 1877, A Veteran, 413
  • Tractors—see also Road-making Plant Trade Within the Empire, 297
  • Trailer Wagon to Carry 85-Ton Loads, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 166
  • Trefois Gas Producer, Partington Works, 679
  • Tripp, G. W., Functional Management, 231
  • Tunnel Bearings and Thrust Blocks, Michell Bearings, Ltd., 624
  • Tunnel, Cascade—see Railways
  • Turbine Development—see Tendencies
  • Turbines, Steam, at the Ignat Colliery, Czechoslovakia, Skoda Works, Ltd., 628, 632
  • Turbines—ace also Reaction
  • Turbo-compressors, R. J. McLean, and Air Cost Figures, 322
  • Turnbull, C., Method in Invention, 499 ; (Letters), 580, 635, 663, 704
  • Turning Machines—see Machine Tools

W

  • WADLOW, E. C., Heat Losses in Turbine Nozzles, 619
  • Wagons, The Question of, 580
  • Ward, H. J., Refrigeration on Board Ship, 206, 212, 217-220
  • Water Problems in France, 700
  • WATER SUPPLY
  • Chapter in the History of the Water Supply of London, Rhys Jenkins, 110
  • German Waterworks in 1928, H. Stringer, 564
  • Moxborough Water Supply, Water-softening Installation, 486
  • WATER-TUBE—sec Boiler ; also Ships
  • Weighing—seee Automatic
  • Weight-saving, 356
  • Weir, J. G., Modern Feed-water Circuits, 95, 106
  • Weir-Monet Metal Products, C. and J. Weir, Ltd., 597
  • "Weldex "--see Air Heating
  • Welding—see Electrical Matters
  • Welland Ship Canal, Lock Gates, 511-514, 518
  • Wells, Justin H., Kinetic Boundary Friction, 454
  • Whitby—see New Sewerage
  • Whitleyism in the Electricity Supply Industry, Alderman Walker, 631
  • Winch, " Cyclops " Type Steam, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 543
  • Winch, Electrically Driven, 5-Ton Cargo, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 543
  • Winch, Single-geared Steam, Babcock and Wilcox, 542
  • Winches, Electrically Driven Electric Generating Sets, Small Steam Engine Driven, &c., Sunderland Forgo and Engineering Company Ltd., 598
  • Windlass, Electrically Driven, for 2.25in. Cable, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 543
  • Work Softening and a Theory of Intercrystal-lino Cohesion, Messrs. Hargreaves and Hills, 316
  • World Agricultural Tractor Trials, 716
  • World Engineering Congress in Japan, 1929, 540 ; List of Papers, 585
  • World Power Conference, Second, German Committee Organisation, for Berlin, 1930, 688
  • Wright, Johnstone, and C. W. Marshall, Construction of the " Grid " Transmission System in Great Britain, 127, 133

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ADVERTISING British Goods Abroad, 227
  • A.E.U. and Local Action. 561
  • Air Endurance Record, 31
  • Air Estimates, 255
  • Aircraft Carriers, Unwanted, 201
  • Air Mails and Ships. 615
  • Airship Graf Zeppelin," 561
  • American Award to a British Engineer. 255
  • American Battleships. Projected. 451
  • American Warships, The New, 423
  • Angold. Mr. A. E., The Late, 423
  • Antarctic Exploration Ship. A New, 311
  • Armstrong, Whitworth, Sir W. G.. and Co.,Ltd.. 589
  • Atlantic Flight, First Direct. 671

B

  • BENGUELA Railway, 643
  • Benz, Herr Karl, The Late, 397
  • Birthday Honours, 615
  • Boiler Explosions. 397
  • Boilermakers and the Shipyard Agreement, 423
  • Boilers, 600 lb. Pressure, for London, 63
  • British Aeroplane Flight, The First British, 201
  • British Airports, New, 477
  • British Airships, 283
  • British-built Liners, Now, for Sweden, 255
  • British Mission to Russia, 341
  • British Railways and Aviation, 255
  • British Submarine Design, 505
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 533
  • Bursting of Mains in Streets, 615

C

  • CAUSES and Prevention of Fares Aboard Ships, 89
  • Central Electricity Board, 505
  • Chamber of Shipping, 201
  • Channel Aeroplane Disaster, 871
  • Channel Tunnel, 63, 89, 255
  • Channel Tunnel Committee, 371
  • Chief Inspecting Officer of Railways, The New, 661
  • Chilean Submarines, The New, 63
  • Consultation and Co-operation in Industry, 451
  • Container System of Rail Transport, 533
  • Control of London Traffic, 505
  • Co-ordination of Transport Facilities, 283
  • Cowan, Sir John, The Late, 173
  • Cross-Channel Motor Vessels, New, 451
  • Cross-Channel Traffic Working, 173

D

  • DARLINGTON Railway Accident Report, 1
  • Davy, Sir Humphry, 589
  • Death of Two Motoring Pioneers, 671
  • Deep Diving, 697
  • Demolition of the Cofton Tunnel, 119
  • Diesel Engine Users Association, 31
  • Dinwoodi© Railway Accident Report, 311
  • Drought Defences, 697
  • Dvorkovitz, Dr. Paul, The Late, 311

E

  • ECONOMISING Railway Expenditure, 283
  • Electrical Contracts, 1
  • Electric Lines Across the South Downs, 147
  • Electric Supply Control, 201
  • Electric Train Service to Altrincham, 423
  • Electricity Charges, 311
  • Electricity in Rural Areas, 255
  • Engineers' Wages, 63, 227
  • England-India Air Service, 371
  • English Steel Corporation, 283
  • European Trade Agreements, 671
  • European Trade Cartel, 533
  • Ewing, Sir J. Alfred, 147
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine Systems, 477
  • Exhaust Turbines for P. and 0. Steamships, 31
  • Extensions at, th© Port of Calcutta, 1

F

  • FIRE on New North German Lloyd Liner, 'Europa', 341, 371
  • Ford Motor Works, New, 561
  • Foreign Naval Contracts, 561

G

  • GERMAN Airship, The New, 89
  • German Armoured Ship, 227
  • German Liner " Bremen " at Southampton, 697
  • Glasgow Electricity Undertaking, 311
  • Government Assistance to Scientific Workers, 119
  • Government Research Inquiry, 589
  • Great Western Railway, New Engineer-in-Chief, 119
  • "Grid " Contracts, 283
  • "Grid " Gas Supply Scheme, 31
  • Growth of Flying, 643

H

  • HAMBURG-AMERIKA Line, Developments, *New, 63
  • Hand Combination Telephones, 605
  • Harwich-Esbjerg Motor Ship, The New, 477
  • Harwich—Zeebrugge Train Ferry, 341
  • High-speed Atlantic Liners, 227
  • H.M.S. " Dorsetshire," Launch of, 119, 147
  • Holborn Explosions, 147
  • Holborn Explosions Report, 397
  • Holland—America Liner " Statendam," 423
  • Horne, Mr. Alexander R., 533
  • IMPORTANT New Shipbuilding Orders, 451
  • Improving Conditions, 697
  • Improving the Railways, 697
  • Industrial Delegation to Russia, 147
  • Industrial Peace, 227
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Royal
  • Charter, 533
  • Interesting Motor Oil Tanker, 397
  • Interesting Ship Repairing Operation, 89
  • Interesting Steamship, 589
  • Inter-Planitary Navigation, 643
  • Ironbridge Power Plant., 697
  • Iron and Steel Trades Inquiry, Suggested, 227
  • Italian Warships, New, 119

J

  • JAMES Young Memorial, 671

K

  • KAPOK, 341
  • Kennedy, Sir Alexander, 227
  • King's College, London, 173

L

  • LABOUR View of Machine Tools, 311
  • Leakage of Heat into Insulated Spaces, 615
  • Lesson in Industrial Economics, 173
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 173
  • London County Council Tramways, 505
  • London and Home Counties Joint Electricity Authority, 589
  • London Terminal Aerodrome, 1
  • London Traffic Agreement, 201
  • London's Bridges, 451, 477
  • Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, The Lute, 371
  • Lord Privy Seal, 643
  • Lots-road Power Station, 341
  • Lucas, Mr. Saxon, The Late, 371

M

  • MELCHETT-TURNER Report, 283
  • Melchett-Turner Scheme, 173, 227, 283
  • Memorial to Matthew Murray, 533
  • Metcalfe, Sir Charles, The Late, 1
  • Mid-East England Electricity Scheme, 397
  • Mild Steel at High Temperatures, 643
  • Motor Lifeboat, A Large, 451
  • Motor Lifeboats, New, 341
  • Motor Vessel for Cross-Channel Service, 119

N

  • NATIONAL Flying Services, Ltd., 147
  • National Industrial Council, Proposed, 119
  • Naval Disarmament and New Ships, 643
  • Naval Construction on the Tyne, 341
  • Navy Estimates and New Construction, 201
  • New• Year Honours, 255
  • New Zealand Motor Liner, 173
  • Nile Water Regulation Agreement, 505
  • Non-Stop Flight to India, 477
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, 147
  • North German Lloyd Liners, The New, 505

O

  • ORIENT Liner " Orontes," The New, 227

P

  • PATENT Office Report, 615
  • P. and O. Turbo-electric Liner, The New, 'Viceroy of India', 201
  • Pinktiton Power Station, 615, 671, 697
  • Pollution of Rivers, 505
  • Port of Singapore, 561
  • Post Office and Motor Transport, 341 1 Powdered Fuel Steamships, 643
  • Power from Warm Water, 173
  • Preliminary Railway Returns, 397
  • Pringle, Sir John, Retirement. of, 371, 561
  • Profit-sharing in Productive Co-operative Societies, 89
  • Proposed Battersea Power Station, 533
  • Proposed Large Liners for Italy, 477
  • Proposed National Water Commission, 561
  • Proposed Severn Bridge, 283
  • Pulverised Fuel for Cargo Steamers, 227, 255
  • Pulverised Fuel for Locomotives, 311

R

  • R.A.F. Far East Flight, 63
  • Railway and Air Transport, 423
  • Railway Mishaps, Two Strange, 589
  • Railway Programmes for 1929, 1
  • Railway Trade Unions, 63
  • Railways and Road and Air Transport, 1
  • Railways and Road Traffic, 697
  • Rebuilding the Attock Bridge, 423
  • Reconstructed Liner, 615
  • Report of the Bridge Stress Committee, 119
  • Restrictions of the Gas Industry, 63
  • Rural Electrification, 201, 397, 561

S

  • SAFETY of Life at Sea, 423, 477, 615
  • St. Louis, “eared Motor Liner, 371
  • St. Paul's Bridge, 173
  • Salvage Work at Scapa Flow, 341, 533
  • Scale Effect, 451
  • Scottish Bridge, A New, 589
  • Scottish Engineering Amalgamation, 311
  • Sir Felix Pole's New Appointment, 071
  • Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and
  • Ship Surveyors, 89
  • Southern Railway Bridge, A New, 311
  • Southern Railway Electrification, 643
  • Southern Railway's Programme, 31
  • Southern Railway and Road Transport, 477
  • Special Lifeboat for English Channel Service, 63
  • Stability of Ships, 147
  • Steamers for Canada, New, 423
  • Steamers vcrawi Motor Ships, 589
  • Street Noises, 505
  • Strike at the Austin Motor Works, 371
  • Suggested Iron and Steel Trades Inquiry, 31, 89

T

  • TELEVISION, 255, 371
  • Ten Years Ago, 671
  • The "Rocket," 561
  • Thomas, Mr. G. Holt, The Late, 31
  • 'rhornycroft Extensions at Southampton, 397
  • Three Months of the England-India Air Mail 697
  • Trade Union Fusion, 589
  • Trolley Omnibuses, 89
  • Two Coal-oil Schemes, 589

V

  • VESTRIS Inquiry, 451
  • Vibrations of Roads and Structures, 119

W

  • WAGES in the Engineering Trades, 671
  • Wages in the Shipbuilding and Engineering Trades, 533
  • Wages in the Shipbuilding Industry, 397, 477
  • Washington Hours Convention, 643
  • Weak Bridges, 201, 451
  • Weather Charts by Wireless, 341
  • White Star Liner, The New, 283
  • \Viceless and Gramophone Combine, 283
  • Wireless Pictures from America, 147
  • Wood, Sir Henry Trueman, The Late, 31

Z

  • ZERO, Nearly Absolute, 589

Paragraphs

A

  • AERONAUTICS :
  • Aerial Photography in Canada, 65,200 Square Miles Photographed Last Year, 707
  • Aeroplane with Diesel Engine, Packard Motor Company, 545
  • Aeroplane Surveys for Railway in British Columbia, 573
  • Aircraft Firms and Progress in Canada, 655
  • Air Mail Service, Inter-provincial, for Kwangtung and Kwangsi, China, 707
  • Airship Hangar Claimed to be the Largest in the World, 461
  • American Aviators' Experiments to Determine Altitude by Photography, 157
  • Boeing Aircraft, Ltd., Vancouver, Constructing Aeroplanes Factory, also to Begin Construction of " Bie " Flying Boats, 688
  • Canada Orders Twenty-five Light Aeroplanes from England, 381
  • Chinese Proposed Aerial Service Between Nanking and Kalgan, 109
  • Commercial Aviation Development in Fukien Province, China, 295
  • Commercial Aviation, Norman A. Yarrow, at Meeting of Candian Manufacturers' Association, 627
  • Engine Using Fuel Oil Instead of Petrol, American Patent, 353
  • Great Western Airways, Canada, Six Months' Operations, 353
  • Junkers Aeroplane Makes New Height Record, 599
  • " R 100 " and " 11 101 " Nearly Completed, 545
  • Refuelling Endurance Flight Record, Proposed Attempts to Better it by New Device, 435
  • Royal Aeronautical Society—see Associations, &c.
  • AGRICULTURE and Electricity, Twenty-two Farms and Ranches in Texas Selected for Experiments in Farm Electrification, 45
  • Agricultural Machinery for Russia, Reported Large Supply to be Imported from America, 97
  • Air Lock Disaster with Fatal Results, 707
  • Alachua Tung Oil Company, New Plant Working in Florida, 267
  • American Navy Department Adopts Selections from THE ENGINEER, 517
  • American Scheme for Recognition of Correct Building Work, 461
  • Amethyst Quartz Discovery near Johannes-burg, 295
  • .Axiglo-Cuban Asphalt and Bitumen Works at Preston Docks, 655
  • Antimony Deposits at Lake George, New Brunswick, 267
  • Antimony Mines, New Brunswick, Development of, 407
  • Argentine Budget for Public Works in 1929, 461
  • Arsenic and Antimony, Procedure for Quantitative Separation, 101
  • Artificial Fibre Factory, " Stroivolokuo," Soviet Authorities to Draft Plans for, 489
  • Asbestos Deposit at Rietfontein, Carolina, South Africa, Company for Exploitation, 407
  • Asphalt Grouting Used in Sinking Salt Mine Shaft, 353

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Summer Meeting at Portsmouth, 370
  • ASSOCIATION, MANCHESTER, OF ENGINEERS:
  • Chemical Engineering, 0. E. S. Place, 197
  • First Engineering Society's Dinner of the Year, 85
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN :
  • Modals Award Instituted by Anonymous Donor, 353
  • Twenty-sixth Conference, 419
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Awards of Bessemer Gold Medal and Williams Prize, 266
  • Carnegie Gold Medal Award, 322
  • Election of Next President and Next Autumn Meeting, 115
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Coming-of-Age Celebrations, 59
  • Dusseldorf Meeting, Applications for Membership, 623
  • Fortieth Volume of Institute's Journal Published, 262
  • Two-thousandth Member Registered, 59
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Ninth Annual Dinner, Speech of the Prince of Wales, 340
  • Sir Josiah Stamp to be New President, 681
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Seventh Annual Dinner and Meeting, 276, 337 ; Programme. 276
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Manchester and District Association :
  • Annual Dinner, 197
  • Awards for Papers, 532
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 193
  • Associate Membership, Next Examination, 115
  • Bequest to Benevolent Fund, 370
  • Modern High-power Rectifiers : Their Development and Use, R. L. Morrison, 251
  • Wireless Section : High-frequency Radio Apparatus, Recent Paper Describing, 517
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, AUSTRALIA :
  • Paper on Rural Electrification, J. R. Brookman, 45
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • Central Heating Systems, W. E. Fretwell, 364
  • Twenty-ninth Annual Dinner, 447
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Royal Charter Granted, 627
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Steam Locomotive Rating, T. Grime, 353
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Gold Medal, Joint Award, in Duplicate, 419
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Annual Meetings, 143
  • Annual Dinner, 143
  • Premium Awards for Papers, 143
  • INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS :
  • Birmingham Branch :
  • Heat Treatment from the Production Engineer's Standpoint, Great Increase in Use of Gas for Industrial Purposes, Dr. C. M. Walter, 489
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Meeting and Report, 185
  • Early History of Railway Signalling, W. H. Deakin, 323
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • Annual Meeting and Report, General Meeting and Elections, 532
  • General Meeting and Election of Members, 417
  • Proposed Celebration of Centenary of Faraday's Electrical Discoveries, 101
  • Vacuum Production, Necessary Precautions, Lecture by E. M. de C. Andrade, 707
  • INSTITUTION OF WATER ENGINEERS :
  • Committee to. Investigate Burst Water Mains, 266
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • Bore-holes in the Ground, Rig of Gear for Making Tests Single-handed, F. H. Mackintosh, 167
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • Thomas Young Oration, Optically Polished Surfaces of Vitreous Materials, Professor G. W. Ritchey, 131
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • Conversaziono, 588
  • Exhibition—bee Exhibitions
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • Competition of Industrial Designs, 1929, 419
  • Sixth Annual Competition of Industrial Designs, 696
  • Memorial to Thomas Gray, C.B., Prizes Offered, 262
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL :
  • Influence of Smoke and Hot Gases from Factory Chimneys on Rainfall, R. Ashworth, 598
  • ATHLETIC Club Opening, Keith and Blackman Company, 585
  • Atlas Artificial Silk Processes to Begin Work at Littleborough, 381
  • Automatic Seamless Tube Mills, Methods of Making Larger Sizes, 13
  • Aviation, Commercial, in Canada, Great Increase, 131

B

  • BAUXITE, Large Deposits Discovered Near Kumasi, Cold Coast, 381
  • Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company, Ship Canal to be Constructed in Addition, 381
  • Beet Sugar Industry in Persia, 353
  • Belfast Harbour Commissioners' New Dock, 517
  • Bengal Forests' Increasing Revenue, 353
  • Bentonite Characteristics, Valuable in Large Number of Manufactures, 267
  • Benzol Production in Austria, 185
  • " Bideford Black," Only Natural Deposit of the Kind Known in the World, 73
  • Birmingham Corporation Installing Plants for Recovery of Sulpho-cyanide, 435
  • Boiler Explosions and Disappearances of Vessels at Sea, 517
  • Boiler Mountings, Need of Ample Strength, 712
  • Boiler of Steam Wagon, Fatal Explosion, 185
  • Boiler Too Big for Rail Transport, 599
  • Boilers Delivering 200,000 lb. of Steam per Hour, Great Fuel Saving, 599
  • Brass Pipes, Record Total of Sales in Canada, 573
  • Breeze and Clinker Concretes, Investigations into Causes of Failure, 323, 353
  • Bricks, 125,000,000 a Year Expected from Works Projected in Russia, 707

BRIDGES

  • Ambassador Bridge Between Windsor and Detroit, 353
  • Bascule Bridge Over the Hackensack, Collapse, and. Need of Thorough Investigation, 101
  • 60-Ton Bridge Lifted into Position by Giant Crane at Liverpool, 707
  • Bridges, " Le Moniteur des Travaux Publics," 185
  • Chicago's Old Swing Bridges, Last One Demolished, 599
  • Double-deck Bridge to be Built Across St. John Harbour, New Brunswick, 381
  • Five Miles Long Bridge Built in Thirteen Months, 267
  • Highway Traffic Bridge Over Niagara River, Proposed Application for, 594
  • Kimberley, South Africa, Bridge Building Schemes for, 353
  • Montreal, Two New Bridges Projected Over the Back River, 573
  • Now Bridges Across Suchow Creek, Shanghai, 267
  • Newark Bay Bridge, New Jersey, Accident Due to Storm, 435
  • North River Bridge, New York, Stipulated Measurements, 707
  • North and South Shields, Bridge Across the Mouth of the Tyno, 323
  • Reconstruction of Bridges Bill, 205
  • Suspension Bridge Projected Over Williamette River, Portland, Oregon, 707
  • Unfolozi River, Natal, New Bridge, 267
  • Vancouver City, Important Traffic Bridge
  • Projected Across False Creek Inlet, 157
  • Wandsworth Bridge, Proposed Improvement, 461
  • Wansbeck River, New Bridge Projected for Coal Transport, 546
  • Watford By-pass Road Bridge Over L.M.S. Railway, 157
  • Yangtzo River, China, Cost of Proposed Bridge, 681
  • BRIQUETTING Plant, Large, Projected at Bulgaria. 573
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Very Long Record of Service by Many Employees. 73
  • British Lighthouse and Lightship Illumination Now in Progress an Outstanding Example, 267
  • Building and Insulating Material Made from Straw, Trial Production, 13
  • Building Science Abstracts, Latest Collection Contents, 655
  • Bulgaria Calls for Tenders for Railway Material, 353
  • Burlington Channel at Port of Hamilton to be Widened and Deepened, 573
  • Burton Abandons Tramway System in Exchange for Omnibuses, 705
  • Button-making Factory, New, at Homerton, 573
  • By-product Coke Ovens of U.S.A., Output, 295

C

  • CANADA'S Area and Resources, Professor James Boyle, 673
  • Canada's Increased Output of Motor Cars, 101
  • Canada's Large Production of Zinc, 707
  • Canada's New Dock at Hamilton, Ontario, 707
  • Canadian Bank New Building in Toronto, 582
  • Canadian Canals, Increased Traffic, 627
  • Canadian Government's Projected Exploration of Lignite Deposits, 323
  • Canadian National Research Laboratory, Tenders for Construction, 295
  • Canton Municipal Council, Suggested Gas Service for Lighting and Heating, 376
  • Cape Peninsular Railway to be Replaced by Vehicular Road, 481
  • Cape Town Dock Extension Scheme Progress, 267
  • Cape Town Docks, Bunkering Facilities, 826
  • Cape Town Docks, Grab Cranes to Replace Old Overhead Transporters for Handling Bunker Coal, 651
  • Carboloy, Material for Production of Cutting Tools, 415
  • Carbon Black Production in the U.S.A., 1928, 704
  • Carbon Dioxide, Solid—" Dry Ice," Recent Developments in Manufacture, EL E. Howe, 211
  • Carbonic Acid Works, Production of Carbonic Acid " Ice," 435
  • Cellulose, Now Solvent for, 267
  • Cements and Concretes, Effects of Temperature, Survey, Dr. Thomas, 817
  • Centenary of the London Omnibus, 655
  • Chemical Calculations and Conclusions by
  • C. J. Maier, American Bureau of Mines, 627
  • Chimney, Reinforced, Tallest in America, 707
  • China, Demand for Light Machinery Calling for Numerous Foundries and Ironworks, 267
  • China's Imports and Exports in 1928, 545
  • Chinese Consulate to be Opened at Liverpool for Development of Trade and Shipping Relations with Great Britain, 435
  • Chinese Government Projected Improvement of Huai River and Grand Canal, 267
  • Chinese Harbour Preparation Committee to Promote Construction Along the Coast, &c., 435
  • Chinese New Standard Measure, 295
  • Chippewa Creek, Syphon for Conducting, under the Welland Canal, 573
  • Chlorine for Destruction of Vegetable Matter in Sewage Filter Beds, 673
  • Chromic Acid, Various Uses for, 470
  • Thromito as a Refractory, 381
    hronographs and Stop Watches for Use of Testing Engineers. 417
  • Cigarettes, Machine for Counting, Packing, Stamping, and Detecting Defective Cigarettes, 600
  • City and Guilds (Engineering) College, 279

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES

  • Anthracite Coalfield Discovered in Soochow, China, 545
  • Assay of Coal for Carbonisation Purposes, Technical Paper on, 287
  • Battery of Coke Ovens Put Up at Handsworth Works, Nunnery Colliery Company, 435
  • Briquetting of Lignite and Manufacture of Pulverised Coal, Plant for, 655
  • " Burnt Coal " in the Karroo to be Used for Gas Production, 407
  • Busboy Coal Distillation Plant, near Glasgow, 381
  • British Columbia, Coal Production of, 323
  • By-product and Distillation Plants Projected for Collieries at Pencoed and Kenfig Hill, 435
  • Carlton Main Colliery Company, Large Production Wound in Twelve-hour Shift, 435
  • Coal Doak for Minchipicoten Harbour, Ontario, 295, 381
  • Coal Dust Ignition or Propagation of Coal Dust Explosions, 73
  • Coal Shipping, Shift Record at Newport, 353
  • Coal Liquefaction Company with £3,000,000 Capital, Proposed Formation in Japan. 381
  • Coal Seams, Extensive, Discovered in Zambesia, 461
  • Coking Power of Coal, American Study of, 353
  • Colliery Winding Ropes in Service, Deterioration of, 239
  • Dean and Chapter Colliery, Durham, Washing Plant Capacity, 323
  • Explosions in Mines, Result of Investigations, 435
  • Fire Quenching in an American Coal Mine, 407
  • Hydrocarbon Oils and Organic Liquids Produced from Coal through Medium of Water Gas, 655
  • Mud in Coal Mines to Allay Explosions, 295
  • Natural Metallurgical Coke (Jharna), Discovery by Captain Foster, 681
  • New Pit at Bilsthorpe, Notts., Increasing Output of, 323
  • Northern China, Enormous Coal Deposits Discovered by British Engineers, 353
  • Nova Scotia, Record of Coal Production Free from Accident, 407
  • Powdered Coal-fired Boiler, Trials with, 461
  • Removal of Ash as Molten Slag from Powdered Coal Furnaces, Study of, 635
  • River Dredging for Coal in Pennsylvania ; Mud Dredging in Germany, Calorific Value in Emscher Mud, 353
  • United States Coal-mining Reports, Reduction in Death-rate, 681
  • COBALT Mines to be Reopened for Working After Long Idleness, 461
  • Cobalt Ore Deposits Discovered in Eastern Transvaal, 295
  • Cockatoo Island Dockyard. 307
  • Collapse of Boiler Furnaces Due to Scale. 207
  • "Coming of Age" Celebration. 183
  • Commemorative Album, 197
  • Concrete, Addition of Sugar to. to Delay Setting, Experiments, 407
  • Concrete Paving Strong Enough to Take Traffic Next Day After Placing, 707
  • Concrete Under and Above Water, Tendency of Former in Pouring, 323
  • Condenser Explosion, 707
  • Conference of Association of Special Libraries to be held at Trinity College, Cambridge, in September, 45
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal,Award, 24
  • Copper Mining Industry Expansion in Canada, 239
  • Copper Refinery Projected in or near Quebec, 407
  • Copper Refinery near Quebec, 295
  • Copper Refinery to Start at Sudbury, Ontario, 49
  • Copper Smelting and Refining Plant for Pacific coast of Canada, 461,
  • Copper and Zinc Output of the World in 1927, 407
  • Courtauld'a Reported Acquisition of Interests in YugoSlavia, 101
  • Creosoting Timber, Plant for. in Vancouver, 353
  • Crude Oil and Petroleum Products, Exports from Russia, 323
  • Crude Petroleum, Study of Fractional Distillation of, 381
  • Crux Hydraulics, 279

D

  • DAM (Balsams, Earth) at Head of Mohawk River, Destruction of, 681
  • Diagram Calculators for Steel Beams, 59
  • Diamond Mines, Newly Found in Tanganyika, Development and Reports, 13
  • Disastrous Fire in Church under Erection in New York, 101
  • Diving Dresses Tested, Tw6 New, 700
  • Draining Irrigated Land, California, 545
  • Drilling near the Abitibi River, Ontario, to Determine Limits of Local Lignite Beds, 101
  • Drill-working in Mines at Much Higher Pressure. Experiments and Discovery, 211
  • Dry Dock at Kingston, Ontario, to be Lengthened, 323
  • Dumas, Mr. R., Retirement of, 211
  • Dutch Fireproof Product to Replace Porcelain, 573

E

  • EARTH Dams, High Praise for, 545
  • Echo-sounding Apparatus Used for Locating Enemy Submarines, Now Used in Fishing Fleets, 295
  • Edison to appoint a Successor, 489
  • Education in Industry, Programme for Annual Conference of Association, 444
  • " Eel Grass " from Nova Scotia Shores for Valuable Building Material, 353

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Aerial Energy Transmitter, 60-Kilowatt, for Stockholm, 489
  • Amalgamation of Electrical Firms, 143
  • America, Electric Supply in, 251
  • Analysis of Breakdowns Occurring to Electrical Plant Insured by Vulcan Company, 517
  • Average Charge for Electricity by Clyde Valley Company, 435
  • Brompton and Kensington Electricity Supply, Benefits to Accrue from Consolidated Generation, 517
  • Condenser, Compact Form of High-tension, 517
  • East London, South Africa, Electric Power Plant Extension, 45
  • Electric Field Applied to Benzene, Effect on Temperature, 681
  • Electric Furnace in Sweden for Production of Ingot Steel Direct from Iron Ore, 381
  • Electrical Installation Work, 473
  • Electricity Committee in Receipt of Large Number of Applications for Supply, 211
  • Electricity Committees Appointed. 340
  • Electricity Schemes in Great Britain, Progress in Organisation of Areas, 13
  • Electricity in Shanghai, Increased Sale of, 323
  • Electricity Sold in Great Britain in 1928, 655
  • Electricity Supply Plant for Umtali, 599
  • Electricity for Use in the Ceramic Industries, Varying Views, 45
  • Energy for Heavy and Commercial Cooking Apparatus, 239
  • Frequency Changer, Accident Involving Seven Weeks' Delay, 131
  • Generator, 160,000-kW, being Supplied to New York Edison Company, Details of, 489
  • Great Britain and United States, Differences Between their Electrical Installations, 627
  • Greatly Increased Use of Current in Alberta, 239
  • High-voltage Overhead Cable, Ten Miles, between Bedford and Little Barford, 407
  • Increased Demand for Electricity in Birmingham, 157
  • Indal River, Sweden, Construction of Power Plant to Exploit Rapids, 681
  • India's Electrical Progress, 489
  • Insulating the Heating Element of an Electric Heater, 13
  • International High-tension Conference, Fifth Session, in Paris, 517
  • Invention of the Carbon Incandescent Electric Lamp, 447
  • Leningrad Tramways, Rectifiers to Replace Rotary Converters in New Sub-stations, 489
  • Mandi Electrification Scheme, Rapid Progress. 131
  • Mid-East England Electricity Scheme Adopted. 413
  • Mysore and Proposed Electrification Scheme, 323
  • Navvy, Electrically Operated, for Brick-works. Ruston and Hornsby (Correction), 27
  • New York Bureau of Electricity, Inspection of Wiring of Buildings, Large Proportion Found Unsatisfactory, 517
  • Overhead Cables Objected to in Rural District, 055
  • Overhead Lines Association, Summer Meeting in Mid-Cheshire, 517
  • Overhead Lines and Perching Birds, Methods of Avoiding Trouble, 489
  • Port Kembla Power Station, Extension of Capacity, 681
  • Power Plant for British Columbia Electric Railway, Contracts Chiefly Awarded to Canadian Firms, 627
  • Power Station at Cubato, Brazil, Projected New Pipe Line and Additional Horse-power, 681
  • Power Station Effluents, 407
  • Power Transmission from New Plant. Proposed in Briansk District, Russia, 681
  • Pretoria Municipality, Extension of Electric Mains and Converting Plant, 381
  • Primary Electrical Distribution Lines, Ontario to Construct Over 1000 Additional Miles in Current Year, 655
  • Refrigerators, Great Use of Electric Current for, in Detroit, 323
  • Salisbury. Rhodesia, Electricity Supply, 599
  • San Francisquito Power Plant Put in Service Three Months After Wreckage by Dam Failure, 435
  • Shanghai Municipality Accepts Offer of American and Foreign Power Company to Purchase Electricity Undertaking, 489
  • South Manchuria Railway, Expected Cost of Steam-driven Power Plant, 681
  • Soviet Government's Electrification Scheme Begun After the Revolution, Completion of First Part, 435
  • Soviet Russia, Plans for Electrification of, 489
  • Study of High-voltage Installation, Society for, 545
  • Super-power Station at Clarence Dock, Liverpool. Plant for Elimination of Noxious Fumes, Dust and Grit, 681
  • Super-power Station on the Severn, Ironbridge, Shropshire, First Contract, 545
  • Sweden's Increased Production of Electrical Energy, 13
  • Taunton's Experimental Demonstrations of Electric Lighting in 1879, 45
  • Tokio Electric Light Company Considering Steam Power Station Erection, 655
  • Transformer Station, 15,000-kVA, Near Smith's Falls, Canada, 13
  • Transformer Unit, Probable Maximum Output Ever Concentrated in One, 157
  • Transmission Line, 220,000-Volt, 226 Miles Long, in Canada, 295
  • Transmission Line's Rapid Construction, 13
  • Turbo-alternator, 18,750-kW, to be Installed in a Glasgow Power Station, 157
  • Turbo-generator, 60,000-kW, 517
  • Two Turbo-generators Ordered by Japanese Company. 681
  • U.S.S.R.. Second Largest Electrical Station to be Constructed at Malaya Vishera, 877
  • Water Power Development of the Osage River, Mo.. U.S.A., 545
  • ELECTROLYSIS of Water Mains, &c., in Districts Supplied by Electric Power, W. B. Buchanan, 13
  • Engineer-Commander Geoffrey Morgan, R.N., Lent to the Egyptian Government for Three Years, 435
  • Engineering Index Service in America, 295
  • Ex-B.W. Association Annual Re-union, 169

EXHIBITIONS

  • Antwerp Exhibition in 1930, Executive Committee's Plans, 381
  • British Industries Fair, Press View of Birmingham Section. 101
  • Birmingham Section of British Industries Fair, More than Half Space Let, 599: New General Manager of Section, 627
  • Exhibition on Shores of West Lake, Hangchow, China, 545
  • Industrial and Commercial Exhibition at Dar-es-Salaam, 707
  • International Exhibition, Barcelona, 304
  • Liege International Exhibition, 1930, 434
  • Moscow. Reported Foreign Machinery Exhibition. 131
  • National Exhibition in Nanking in 1936, 707
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, Success Predicted, 599
  • Radio Apparatus Exhibition in Bucharest, 239
  • Railways and Road Vehicles Exhibition at Santiago, 681
  • Royal Aeronautical Society's Exhibition. 696
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, 1929, 690
  • Exhibitions, Limitation of, Forty Nations Attended Conference, 13
  • EXPANSION in Modern Concrete Disastrous Effects of, 73
  • Experiments to Determine Merits of Coatings for Protecting Pipes from Corrosion by Moist Soil, 545
  • Explosion of Boiler Blow-down Pipe, Unusual Type, 295
  • Explosion of 4in. Bore Pipe with Flat Stop End, 461
  • Explosion, Curious, of a Centrifugal Pump, 517
  • Explosion of Globe Steam Valve on Dredger, 295
  • Explosion by " Influence," Investigation in America, 353
  • Explosion of Old Boiler, 295
  • Explosion Prevention, Amount of Incombustible Material Necessary in Mixture, 267
  • Explosion of Pump Through Misuse, 353
  • Explosion of Steam Valve Caused by Water Hammer, 185
  • Explosives, Comparison of Content and American Bureau Conclusions, 627
  • Explosives, Testing of, for use in Fiery Coal Mines, Report, 489
  • Ex-Siemens' Men. 501, 623

F

  • FACTORIES, Projected Large Collection of, to be Built in Soviet Union, 435
  • Factory Extension at Kitchener, Ontario, at Cost of 100,000 Dollars, 381
  • Factory with Large Capacity for Soda Ash at Tangkoo, China, 267
  • Factory for Manufacture of Transformers and Wireless Apparatus, Projected at Toronto, 489
  • Factory for Preparation of Asphalt Equipped at Preston Docks, 707
  • Factory for Production of Sulphuric Acid, Fertilisers, &c., to be Put Up at Saskatoon, 573
  • Factory for Production of Synthetic Acetic Acid. 681
  • Factory Regulations and Unnecessary Risks, 599
  • Faraday's Discovery of Electra-magnetic Induction, Projected Celebration of Centenary, 239
  • Faraday House Entrance Scholarships, Awards, 434
  • Faraday House Old Students' Association, Dance Arranged, 143
  • Faraday Medal Award, 143
  • Ferry Bridge at Duluth, Minnesota. to be Replaced by Lifting Span, 101
  • Fertiliser Factory near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Projected Installation, 381
  • Fertiliser Manufacture, New Method, M. Sven Nordengren, 123
  • Fertilisers, Two New, Manufactured at Toulouse, 185
  • Finnish State Works, Production of Sulphuric Acid, 101
  • Finsbury Technical College Old Students' Association, Jubilee Dinner, 193, 279
  • Fire Loss for Last Year Over £10,000.000, 461
  • Five-day Week in July and August for Boston Employees, America, 407
  • Flag-pole, One-piece. 184ft. Long, 707
  • " Floating Air Ports," String of, Projected Between New York and Bermuda, 323
  • Floating Crane for Work in the Suez Canal. 323
  • Flotation System of Classifying Ores, 323
  • Flood Control Works on the Mississippi, Engineer from Burma Public Works Department to Inspect, 707
  • Forests of Canada, Yearly Contribution to Government, 381
  • Foundry-facing Business, Conflicting Views as to its Future, 707
  • Free State and the Shannon Power Works, Considerable Progress, 13
  • Fuel, Advantages of Alcohol over Gasoline or Kerosene, Dr. H. Arnstein, 573
  • Furnaces, Respective Merits of Gas and Electrically Heated, 573

G

  • GABRIEL Darn Construction Started, One of Seven Dams for Los Angeles Flood Control Project, 461
  • Galvanising Factory for Hereford, 627
  • Galvanising Ship's Plates, Difficulties in Use of Molten Zinc, A. Docking, 157
  • Garston Docks, L.M.S. Railway, Provision of Electric Luffing Cranes and Coal Tips, 407
  • Gas Cylinders Research Committee, Third and Fourth Reports, 323
  • Gas Leakage Study in America. Satisfactory Method of Testing Pipe Lines Devised, 157
  • Gas from New Coko Ovens for Newcastle and Gateshead Gas Company, 157
  • Gas-purifying Unit, Exceptionally Large, 185
  • Gas Retorts at Rugby for Coal Carbonisation, 353
  • Gas for Therapeutical Purposes, Investigation, John Terrace, 627
  • Gases, Various, Equipment for Drying and Purifying and for Conditioning of Air, 211
  • Gatineau River, Construction of Lake Cabonga Dam Begun, 45
  • Geduld East Gold Mine, New Vertical Shaft and Reduction Plant, 599
  • Geological Survey Parties to Explore Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, 627
  • George Stephenson Memorial Tablet, 599
  • Dorman Plant Ordered for Installation in French State Works at Toulouse, 435
  • Glasgow Harbour, Improvement of Shipping Facilities, 627
  • Glazed Windows Becoming Effete, 267
  • Gold and Silver Deposits Reported in Reykjavik, Iceland, 027
  • Gold and Silver Ore Discovery in British Columbia, 12
  • Government House, New Delhi. Completion Expected this Year, 101
  • Granite, Record Block of, Stonington, Me., 381
  • Greensands, Investigation of Processes for Utilisation, 157

H

  • HANYANG Arsenal to be Reorganised for Commercial Purposes. 599
  • Harbours at Fort William and Port Arthur, Canada, Projected Improvement of, 435
  • Heat Surface Wastage, 599
  • Heating of Rooms and Water, Joint Plan at Stockholm, 515
  • Helium Gas Conveyance from Texas to Flying Ground, Virginia, by Tank Wagon, 627
  • Elemp Growing to be Attempted in Saskatchewan, 573
  • Heroic Deed at Wesson, Arizona, 407
  • Higher Pressures for Pneumatic Drills, 363
  • Holland Vehicular Tunnel, New York, Fires During Year's Working, 73
  • Hydraulic Concessions and Water Power, Contract Between Jugo-Slavia and France, 573
  • Hydraulic Pressure Test of New Fittings, 353
  • Hydrocarbon-air Mixtures, Paper on Initial Uniform Movement of the Flaunt, 381
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants, Recently Started in Japan, 381
  • Hydro-elootrio Resources of Canada, Total Now of Over 6,328,000 H.P. 101
  • Hydro-olectrio Scheme on large Menlo in Northern Ontario, 407
  • Hydro-eleotrie Sites Developnuint in Northern Manitoba, 323
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen. Plant for Manufacture of, at Hamilton, Ontario, 655

I

  • ICE Control by Thermo-electrical Process, Ottawa Government Contract with Professor II. T. Barrios to Keep Open the St. Lawreneo channel, 131
  • Ice on Rivers, Successful Expnrimonts on Breaking-up, 381
  • Illumination of House Numbers, Compulsory in Stockholm, 599
  • Imperial Chemical House at Millhank, London, Progress Figures, 267
  • India'. Imports of Machinery, Great Expansion in, 699
  • Industrial Heating by Gas, 270
  • Industry, Romance of, 261
  • Industry and Trado Inquiry, Final Report, 131
  • Insoot Pests in Imported Timhor, 2311
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Alloys of Iron, Progratnnia of Resoareli 407
  • Alpha Iron, Carbon, Oxygen's and Nitrogen Soluble in, 267
  • Blast-furnace Efficiency. Old Standard of Judging, Harold E. Wright, 461
  • Blast-furnace Fluxing Material, Results of Experiments, 207
  • Blast-furnaces, Two. at Jarrow, to ho Ito-started, 435
  • British Empire Steel Corporation Plans for Modern Power Plant in Nova Scotia, 573
  • British Steelwork Association Formed to Simplify and Standardise Use of Structural Stool, &c., 489
  • Brittloness in Steel Duo to Oxygen. 599
  • Cast Iron. Impending Important Develop. mantis, 185
  • Deoxidation of Steel with Aluminium-silicon Alloys, 401
  • Early History of Iron Carried Back to 1100 to. by Discoveries in South Palestine, 627
  • Electric Steel Plant, the First to he Installed in Western Canada, 45
  • Erowash Valley Blast-furnaces to ho Pulled Down, 627
  • Ferro-manganese Manufacture from Ore in Electric Furnaces at Colenso, Natal, 323
  • Hard Steel, New Form, Introduced in America, 489
  • Ironfoundry Covering 5 Acres to be Put Up at Calgary, 707
  • Iron Ore Treatment, Now Process for. to be Tried at Factory in Course of Erection for Sheffield Iron Corporation, 027
  • Iron and Steel Industry Moratorium Proposed in New Construction in America, 655
  • Iron Trades, Employers and Unjustifiable Claim., 573
  • Molten Pig Iron Transported by Railway, 295
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Annual General Meeting, 473
  • Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Stool Production, Statistics of :
  • End of January, 211
  • January and February Compared, 323
  • End of March Compared with February, 4:15
  • April, 1929, 545
  • May, 1929, 681
  • Nickel-chromium-iron Alloys, Research Committee Formed, 239
  • Nickel Company's Refinery Enlargement in Canada, 295
  • Nickel, Determination of the Melting Point of, 211
  • Nickel Exports Increase from Canada, 295
  • Ninkel Ore in Southern Rhodesia. Promising Discovery, 140
  • Nickel Smelting Plant at Copper Cliff, Ontario, 157
  • Production of Iron Ore from Wabana Newfoundland, 065
  • Rolling Mill at Atlas Work., John Brown and Co., Ltd., Sheffield, Largest of its Type in the World, 323
  • Scrap for Stool Making in the United Kingdom, Committee of Inquiry. 599
  • Sheffield University's Now Department for Cold Working of Steel, 295
  • South Manchuria Railway. Sulphate of Ammonia and Nitrogen Plant to be Added to Anshan Iron and Steel Works, 381
  • Sponge Iron, Norwegian Edwin Process for Production, for "Stainless Iron" Investigation. Scientific Paper in the Press, 45
  • Stanningley Ironworks, Leeds, to be Closed Down, 707
  • Steel Caisson for Devonshire Dock Entrance, Barrow. L.M. and S. Railway, 517
  • Steel Containing Certain Percentages of Till, Herr W. Koller, 211
  • Steel Drums and Careless Handling, 185
  • Steel Fabricating Plant at Vancouver. 516
  • Steel Production by Elootrio Furnace from Iron Waste. 185
  • Steel Quenching, Prosorvation of Austenitic Strileture. and Other Effects of Treatment., 435
  • Stool from Scrap Iron, Plant Near Vancouver, 353
  • Steel Strip Rolling Mill. Claim for Speed. 458
  • Steel Work for Nigeria, 8800 Tons Contract for British Firm, 73
  • Structural Steel, Fabrieation by Flame (slitting, Result of Tests, 13
  • Swedish Iron Ore, High -grade, Increased Exports, 435
  • Tungsten Ores Discovery in Nova Scotia, 157
  • Tungsten, World's Production Moro than Doubled in Four-Five Years, 055
  • Vanadium and Other Alloy Stirs,Is, Study of Possible Applications, E. P. Partridge. 239
  • Vorooniging Stool Works, Transvaal, Great Activity of, 157
  • Welds, Bronze, on Cast Iron or Steel, Importance of Position of the Work in Hand, 211
  • IRRIGATION, Prot-sir Depth of, Experiments On Test Plots, 13
  • Italy's Increased Use of Hydraulic Resources for Power Supply. 599

J

  • JAPANESE Miners Imprisoned by Sea Encroachment, 707
  • Johannesburg's Projected Sewerage Outlay, 207
  • Johannesburg's Prosperous Electric Trams, 101
  • Jonathan Hornblower Manorial at Chacewater, Cornwall, 239
  • Jordan River Hydro-electric Power Plant, British Columbia, Addition of 16,000 H.P. Unit. 101

K

  • KENYA Colony. Experiments for Manufacture of Producer Gas, Motive Power for Tractors provided by Charcoal Producer, 401
  • Keyham SW'backs, 220
  • Kilmarnock, New Shop for Heavy Engineering Work, 681
  • Kilo- Man -If our, Proposed New Unit of Measure. 627
  • King Edward Pier in Montreal Harbour, Supporta (living Way and to be Reinforced, 45
  • King's College, Proposed Fund to Endow Chairs of Physics and Moaned] Enginouring, 323
  • Korea. Proposal to Dam the River Gento for Generation of Power, 681

L

  • LAKE Michigan Wary, Diversion into Chicago River for Sowago Purposes, 599
  • Lanoline as a Rust Preventive, Report, 401
  • Lead Ore. Now Body of, Nnar Matlock, 323
  • Lighthouse, Green feint, South Africa, 75,000 Candle-power Paraffin Vapour Light to be Replaced by 850,000 Candle-power Electric Light, 401
  • Lighthouse, New, for Nicaraguan Atlantic Coast, 157
  • Limo Plaster Defects, 207
  • Livery Companion, London, Largo Subseriptions to Science and Technical Education, 381
  • Lock at Ymuidon, Port at Entrance to North Sea Canal Connecting Amsterdam with the Sea, will be Largest in the World, 627
  • London Power Company Staff Diviner, 291
  • Loughborough College, British Empire Scholarships, 696
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Future Prospects of, 435
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Askern Colliery, 207
  • Low-temporaturo Carbonimatima Plant Near Glasgow, 388, 435
  • Lulling Crane, 10-Ton, for L.N.E.R. Dock at Bo'ness, 295

M

  • MACKINTOSH, F. H, Making Test Bore-boles Single-handed, 157
  • Magnetite, Reduction of. by Molten Sulphides, 517
  • Manganese and Iron Oxide, Ancient Deposits Discovered in the Northern U.S.A., 101
  • Mangano*, Mines, Tunis, Large Yield Expected, 401
  • Mangrovo Wood for Paper Making, 101
  • Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, Water Powers to be Administered by Province Under Powers from Dominion Parliament, 407
  • Marine Boiler, Mended. Failure, Welding Suitable or Othorwiso According to Conditions, 131
  • Matthew Murray, 279
  • Mechanical Fatigue I as Cause of Brittle Fracture, 211
  • Mechanical Lotter-box for Weighing and Stamping Unpaid bitters, 681
  • Moteorite of Estimated 60 Tons Weight Fallen in South-West Africa, 435
  • Methane or Coking Kiln Gas, Electrical Transformation of, into Acetylene, 185
  • Mothano, Transformation into Higher Hydrocarbons, Results of Investigation, 295
  • Michell Movingly for Tuba Mills at a Rand Mine, 185
  • Mill, of Hamilton Cottons, Ltd., Ontario, Projectod Extension, 435
  • Mineral Possibilities of Barren Islands, Northern Canada, Exploring Party Now on Way Up the Coast of Hudson Bay, 435
  • Mineral Production of Canada in 1928. 655
  • Mining and Technical College to be Built at Barnsley, 059
  • Mineral Survey of North-East Alberta Projected, :123
  • Minors' Welfare Committee Allocations. 239
  • Mines, Rescue and Other Work After Fire or Explosion, General Regulations Issued. 13
  • Mines Research Board, Safety in, Various Investigations and Results, 131
  • Minneapolis 33-Storey Building on Small Base, 353
  • Mirror for Reflecting Telescope Weighs 3500 lb., 73
  • Monel Metal from Natural Ore in Ontario, 295
  • Montreal Harbour Commisucion, Increased Traffic Involving Enlargements and Increased Outlay, 681
  • Montroal Harbour Commission, Work Record, 362
  • Montreal, Throe Now Piers wider Construction, 353
  • Motor Car Engine Running, 267
  • Motor Car Production in Russia. Mr. Ford's Proposal. 131
  • Motor Fuels and Sulphur Content Reduction, Expense and Waste Involved, 573
  • Motor Garage, Five.storeyed. Projected in Durban, 157
  • Motor Manufacturers and Traders' Society, Revised Provisional Standards in Connection with Private Cars, 238
  • Motor Transport Boon for Miami, China, 101
  • Mukdon Arsenal to Become Motor Factory, 353
  • M-V Social Committees, Gathering of, 200

N

  • NAIL-MAKING Factory near Port Elizabeth, Land Bought by Lysaght, Ltd., 827
  • Nanking, New Observatory to be Built at Chikingshau, 101
  • National Wages Agreement fur Engineering Industry, Attempts to Repudiate it, 211
  • Natural Gas Well " Brought in " Albans, 363
  • Natural Gas Well with Flow of 40,000,000 Cubic Foot Daily in Alberta, 101
  • Navvy--sea Electrical Matters
  • Neon Tubes. Utilisation in Replacing White Lights for Lighthouses on Air Routes. 185
  • Newcastle Advertising Convention. 611
  • New Delhi Waterworks, Masonry Conduits to be Replaced by Steel Pipes, 101
  • "Now Jersey," Largest Suction Dredger Afloat, with Sperry Gyrocompass. 323
  • Newsprint Mill Enlargement in Nova Scotia, 295
  • Niagara Falls, Plan to Proservo Scenic Beauty, 23
  • Nickoleser Iron and Stool Nitrogen Fixation Plant, Large. at Waldenburg, Silesia, 436
  • North Atlantic Oyptnim Company, Expected Output from Nova Scotia Quarries, 101

O

  • OFFICE Building, Large, to be Constructed at Millbank, Westminster, 545
  • Oil Bunkering Wharf to be Constructed at Picton, Nova Scotia, 381
  • Oil Dlscovory in Pietersburg District, South Africa, 707
  • Oil Feeder Improvement, 623
  • Oil Shale Reserves at FID4111,111. Output, 381
  • Oil Storage Tanks for Persia, 381
  • Oilfield Waste Gases, Utilisation of, for Production of Chemicals, 407
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Commission to Increase its Queenston Power Development, 45, 73, 131
  • Ontario Hydro-electric Power Development on the Nipigon River, 873
  • Ontario's Increased Allotment of Water for Hydro-electric Development. 131
  • Ontario. Projected Now Factories, 131
  • Optical Instrutments, Historical Survey of Development in Early Times, 239
  • Otto Hairpin Type Ovens a Great Success for Gas Company Supply. 489

P

  • PAINTS for Railway Carriages, Necessary, Points to Consider, Y. Fanoutt, 599
  • Panama Canal, Vessels Passing Through, in 1928. 295
  • Paper-making Machine. I loin., being Installed in Works in Japan, 381
  • Paper Manufacture from Tasmanian Hardwood, 497
  • 250-Ton Paper Mill and 75-Ton Sulphite Mill under Erection at Buckingham. Quebec, 297
  • Paper Production, World's Record Claimed for Machine at Fort William, Ontario, 489
  • Patent Applications, Record Total Filed in 1928, 45
  • Post Drying. Suggested System for. Dr. W. R. Ormantly, 73
  • Peat Formation, Study and Analysis in U.S.A., 112
  • Petrol-driven Cars, Free Transport by, for Visitors to British Industries Fair at Birmingham. 157
  • Petroleum Departmont of the Board of Trade, 211
  • Photo-electric and Colonium Cells, Growing Industrial Application of, 323
  • Pipes Made from Mixture of Asbestos and Cement, Plant for 111MiManufacture being Erected in Illinois, 644
  • Ploughing at Night.tiino in Alberta, 707
  • Pontoon Bridge Proposed Across the Yangtze River, 803
  • Pontoon for Salvage Purposes, Swedish New Type, 599
  • Port Edgar Naval Base at South Queensferry to ho Put Up for Sale, 45
  • Portland Cement Concrete Sewers, Cause of Deterioration, 323
  • Portland Cement Manufacture in the Far East, 681
  • Post-graduate Travelling Scholarship for Student Members or Associates of the Institution of Mining Engineers, 671
  • Power Development, Beauharnois Company, from the St. Lawrence, 275
  • Power Development from Waterfall in Honan, China, 131
  • Power Development from White Mud Falls, Manitoba, 707
  • Powor Dovelopment on the Winnipeg River, Manitoba, 131
  • Power-house Equipment and Supplies. 26,000 Tons Transported over 80 Miles of Snow in Manitoba, 461
  • President Hoover Receives John Fritz Gold Medal, 645
  • Prizes for Turners, 224
  • Public speaking Coach for American Engineer Speakers, 73
  • Pulp Mill, Large, Projected. for Queensborough, Vancouver, 407
  • Pumping Station and Outfall Sluice in the Fens at St. Germans, 655
  • Punjab Plans for Dam Across the Sutlej a Weir. and Irrigation Canals, 407

Q

  • QUEBEC Pulpwood Trade, Tree Felling and Planting Regulation, 131
  • Queonston—see Ontario

R

  • RADIATOR, New Swedish Invention, 131
  • Radium-bearing Ore Reported at Mount Painter, North of Adelaide. Atistralia, 381
  • Radium, Scanty Production of, 545

RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS :

  • Accidents :
  • Accident Inquiries, Forty eight in Three Months, 461
  • American Automatic Coupling Adjustment, Capsulation Duo to Using the Feet, 138
  • Anniversary Darlington Collision Disaster and Other Accident Reminicences, 7117
  • Anothor Fatal Collision on the L.M.S. Railway, 185, 211, 267 ; Lieut-Colonel Anderson's Report, 517, 546
  • Catch Points and Two Derailments, 185
  • Charfield Accident, Colonel Sir J. Pringle's Ripon. 239, 407 ; Another Death, 517
  • Coupling Fantail, Accident, 79
  • Death, the Fourth Passenger, from Accident at Queen -street, Glasgow, in 1928, 239
  • Derailment at Whitehall Junction, Leeds, 655
  • Fatal Accident to Platolayors through Broach of Rules, 461
  • Fatal Accident to Workman Unconnected with Railway, 73 ; Coroner's Inquest Verdict, 267 Colonel Trench's View, 599
  • Fatal Accidents on Railway and on Road, Totals Compared, 101
  • Fatal Collision Near Ashchurch. L.M.S.R., 45, 73, 131, 157, 211
  • Fatal Collision at Darlington Station, 295 ; Inquiry Adjourned, 323 ; Inquest Verdict, 353 ; Colonel Anderson's Report, 666
  • Fatal Collision Explained, 101, 211
  • Fatality to Men Working on Line, Rule for Protection to be Enforced, 157
  • Gas-lighted Vehicles in Cases of Train Accidents, 109, 407
  • Inquest Without a Body, 185
  • Level Crossing Accident. 131 ; (Letters). 159, 192
  • London Bridge, Series of Mishaps, Automatic Control Recommended, 353
  • Manslaughter Charges Against Railwaymen and Resulting Acquittals, 101, 185
  • Minor Accident Outside London Bridge Station, 45. 353
  • New York, Times square Station, Derailwont, Arrest of Signalman, 13
  • Occupation Accident, Fatal, Near Shoproth, Colonel Trench's Report, 13
  • Occupation Crossing Fatality, " Flying Scotsman " Collides with Lorry, 573
  • Queen=street, Glasgow, Accident, Colonel Trench's Report. 211
  • Railway Passenger Fatalities, Small Percentage, 239
  • Railway Servants, Serious Accidents to, and Analysis of Causes, 353. 'Rapide' Fatal double Accident, 599
  • Report on Fatal Collision at New Tredegar Colliery in October, 1028, 45
  • Returns of British Railway Accidents During 1928, 599
  • Sentinel-Catimiell steam Rail coach, Collides with Excursion Train at Doncaster, 676
  • Serious Railway Accidents and Ministry of Transport Inquiries in 1927 and 1928, 381
  • Sub-gariger's Death by Disregard of Rules, 517
  • Two Passenger Train Accidents, Ono Death, 489
  • "Unnecessary Risks," Fatal Accident to Platelayer, 101
  • Aerial Ropoway Combined with Tunnels Under Dover Cliffs. 131. 435
  • Air Services for Railways, Proposals Approved on Conditions, 461
  • Alleteel Coach Question Again, 599
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 13, 45, 73, 157, 185, 211. 323, 381, 407, 435, 488, 573, 599, 627, 655 ; (Correction), 131
  • Australia Starts Federal Transport Council, Scheme of Railway Finance, 627
  • Automatic, Train Control, Recommendation Probable, 211
  • Belfast-Heysham, New Sunday Service in Both Directions, 45
  • Belgian Goods Trains to be Equipped with Continuous Brakes, 489
  • Benguella Railway, Opening, 436
  • Books of Tickets to be Accepted Instead of Cash, 545
  • Canadian National Railways :
  • Greatly Increased Earnings. 73
  • Improvement of the System ; also in Finance, 517
  • Intermediate Manganese Rails, Several Thousand Tons, First. Made in Canada, 295
  • Oil-electric Locomotive Successful Trials, 207
  • Power sought to Construct Additional Branch Lane Mileage, 73
  • Programmo for Construction of New Branch Lines, 295
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company :
  • All-steel Freight, Cars, 2300 Ordered, 185
  • Increased Earnings, 13
  • Large Oil-burning Engines, Order for Twenty, 185
  • Programme of Branch Line Construction, 157
  • Steel Freight Cars to Replace Wooden Ones, 239
  • Trials of Welding of Rails by Electric Arc, 192
  • Canton -Hankow Railway, Cost of Completion, 135, 707
  • Canton-Kowloon Railway, Chinese Section, to Replace Present Wooden Telegraph Poles with Others of Concrete, 381
  • Carriage Washed in Minutes by Improved Electrical Apparatus, 131
  • Central Argentine Railway, Electrification Authorised, 131
  • Chinese Railway Construction, Big Scheme, 353
  • City of New York and Interborough Railway, Proposed Raising of Fares Refused, 489
  • Coal for Railways—see Ministry of Transport, Railway Statistics
  • Confusion of Evidence Regarding Two Railways, 13 ; (Letter), 192
  • Death of Mr. C. A. Park, 73
  • Death of Captain Pinchin, R.N.R., 627
  • Death of Mr. Samuel Rea, 407
  • Death of Mr. Justice Salter, 13
  • Death of Sir E. R. Turton, 545
  • Death of Mr. T. M. Williams, 0.13., 185
  • Detection of Flaws in Rails, 707
  • Detonators and Insufficient Charges, 353
  • Epsom, Enlarged Station Opened and Others Closed, 245
  • Exeter Proposes to Substitute Motor Omnibuses for Tramways, 627
  • French Railway Companies' Earnings, Analysis of Expenditure, 73
  • Galway as a Transatlantic Port, 239
  • Great Western Railway :
  • Automatic Train Control Extension, 13
  • Bill Before Parliament, 407
  • Cornish Riviera Express, Twenty-fifth Anniversary, 381
  • Electrification of Swansea and Mumbles Railway, 295
  • Fog Repeaters for Signals Between Paddington and Old Oak Common, 295
  • Great Western Receipts Increase ; Docreases of Three Other Companies, 489
  • Locomotives Equipped with Automatic Train Control, 157
  • Name Plates from Disused Engines for Sale, 627
  • Pullmans for Ocean Mails from Plymouth and Between Paddington and Torquay, 599, 707
  • Steel Tubes Tried for Signal Posts Not Exceeding 24ft.-26ft., 131
  • Torquay Pullman Limited, 599, 707
  • Hudson Bay Railway Completion, 13
  • Hudson Bay Railway Progress, Port Development, 185
  • Hudson Bay Railway Line, Progress of Steel Track Laying, 489
  • Indian Railways :
  • Electric Headlights Equipment in India, Question of Extension to all Train Engines, 685
  • Indian Railway Board Report : Road Motor Competition, 381 ; Steel Sleepers Question Discussed, 489 ; Indian Railways' Improved Profit, 323
  • Khandala Tunnel, G.I.P. Railway, Opened, 101
  • New Main Line Station at Victoria, Bombay, 407
  • Progressive Use of Electricity by Indian Railways, 681
  • Scheme for Electrification of Suburban Lines, South India, 573
  • South India and Peshawar, Through Communication, 627
  • Inspecting Officers for New Railways, Accidents, &c., Retirement of Sir J. Pringle, 407
  • Institutes and Institutions, Railway—see Associations, &c.
  • International Railway Congress in Madrid, 267
  • Irish Railways, Three, Intend Withdrawal from Wages Board, 489
  • Level Crossings in Great Britain, Twenty Abolished Since 1924, 481
  • Level Crossings at Newark and Retford, 235
  • Locomotive Ninety-one Years Old, Reconditioning for Preservation, 461
  • London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, Third Annual Report, 381
  • London's Need for Better Rail Communication, Mr. J. H. Thomas' Views, 545
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • Electrification of Manchester South Junction and Altrincham Railway, Jointly Owned by L.M. and S. Railway and L. and N.E. Railway, 211
  • Cooking by Electricity or Gas ? Reference to Charfield Disaster, 407
  • Gas-lighted Stock Chiefly Confined to Excursion and Holiday Traffic, 627
  • Houses for Railway Staff, Railways' Expenditure for Providing, 380
  • Improvement of Southend Services, Proposed Scheme, 381
  • Increase in Electrical Services, 573
  • Morley Tunnel, Huddersfield, and Leeds Section, Relining, Provision Against Accident, 381
  • Road Transport, Interim Report Probable, 323
  • Rolleston Junction, Additional Traffic and Enlarged Sidings, 655
  • Sleeping Accommodation, Third-class, Both Ways Between Euston-Liverpool and Euston-Manchester, 101
  • Victoria and Exchange Stations at Manchester, Joining-up of, Signals Entirely Rearranged and Electrically Operated, 295
  • London and North-Eastern Railway
  • Electrical Cooking Provided on Now Express Rolling Stock, 707
  • "Flying Scotsman" Running Non-stop, King's Cross to Edinburgh, 655
  • Locomotive Coaling Plants Satisfactory at Certain Stations, and More to be Provided, 707
  • Marshalling Yard at Whitemoor Nearly Completed, 295
  • Prizes Offered for Designs of First or Third-class Railway Passenger Compartents, 211
  • Road Motor Engineer Appointed, 407
  • Sentinel-Cammell Steam Railway Coaches, Forty-four on the L.N.E.R., 101
  • "Sentinel" Shunting Engines, Economies Effected by, 353
  • Stratford Works to Remain in Use, 13
  • London Traffic Bills of London County Council and Underground Railways Company, 323
  • Longest Railway Tunnel in America Opened, 23
  • Metropolitan Railway, Road Power Arrangements, 267
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • New Inspecting Officer of Railways, 239
  • Now London and Home Comities Traffic Advisory Committee, 45
  • Railway Statistics for September, 1928, 45
  • Railway Statistics for Nine Months to September 30th, 1928, 45, 73
  • Railway Statistics for October; 157
  • Railway Statistics for November, 323
  • Railway Statistics for December. 1928, 381
  • Railway Statistics for January, 1929, 461
  • Railway Statistics for March, 1929, 707
  • Commodity Statistics for October. Coal, Coke and Patent Fuel, 185
  • Mongolia, Inner, Projected Railway from Kalgan to Polo, 131
  • Montreal, Now Termini at, Plans Approved, 609
  • Montreal, Railway Terminal Facilities Scheme. 323
  • Motor Lorries versus Horses for Railway Use, Slow Increase in Motor Vehicles, 45
  • Motor Omnibus Service to Replace Marlborough Branch Railway, 131
  • Motor Trolleys on Single Lines, Successful Trial, 185
  • Motor Vehicles Licensed in Union of South Africa, Statistics, 239
  • National Union of Railwaymen :
  • Changing Numbers in Membership, also in Number of Railway Servants, 435. Railway Companies and Road Transport, Questions of Road Transport Men's Pay, Hours, &c., 381
  • New Year's Honours, 267
  • New York and New Jersey, Scheme for Spanning the North River by a Bridge, 545
  • New Zealand's Purchase of Machinery and Equipment from Great Britain, 101
  • Nice Exchanging Tramways for Motor Omnibuses, 655
  • Order Obtained by Collieries to make a Ropeway, 131, 435
  • Osaka-Kobe Electric Railway, Projected Subway, 381
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway, British Columbia, Aeroplanes to Make Preliminary Surveys, 573
  • Paris Reducing Tramways in Narrow Streets, 655
  • Pennsylvanian Railroad Dining Car Service, 681
  • Post Office Vehicles and Vestibule Communication, 461
  • President Hoover's Condemnation of State Ownership of Railways, 267
  • Private Bills of London County Council and the " Underground " Companies Passed Committee Stage, 489
  • Railway and Canal Commission :
  • Railway and Canal Commissioners, Question of Powers Used to Excess, 131
  • New Member of the Commission Appointed, 13
  • " Railway Data " and " Railway Newsletter," 211, 435
  • Railway Directors and Railwaymen in the New Parliament, 627
  • Railway Growth in South Africa and Addition of Road Motor Services. 707
  • Railway Legislation at High Speed, 517
  • Railway Material Exports Statistics, 131, 157, 331, 435, 545, 655
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, First Year's Inquiry into Companies' Charges under the Railways Act, 73 ; Meeting, Few Changes Anticipated, 435 ; No Proposals at Present for Increased Charges, 461 ; No
  • Modifications to be Made, 681
  • Railway Returns. Preliminary, for 1928, 407
  • Railway Signal Engineering Profession, Important Changes, 381
  • Railway Signalling and Economies, 681
  • Railway Statistics, One Day Additional Traffic in 1928, 592
  • Railway Unions, The Three, Attempt at Amalgamation Fails, 536
  • Railways Crossing Each Other on the Level, 131
  • Railways' Financial Condition, Reduced Capital Expenditure. 353
  • Railways and Road Vehicles, Exhibition to be Held at Santiago, 681
  • Reclamation of Part of Railway Branch Lines, Battersby and Rosedale, 157
  • Remission of Railway Passenger Duty, 573
  • Road and Railway Bridge Over River Swale, Freed of Tolls for Road Vehicles, 655
  • Severn and Wye Railway to Withdraw Passenger Trains, 707
  • Shanghai-Nanking Railway. Arrangements for Purchase by China from British Owners. 407
  • Signal Control of Certain Street Traffic in London, 681
  • Signal Failures Due to Jamming, Obstructions, &c., Extremely Rare, 239
  • Signal Failures and " Passing at Danger," Meeting Between General Managers and Society of Engineers and Firemen, 157
  • Signal Posts Material, Results Obtained with Ferro-concrete, Timber and Steel, 131
  • Signalling and Accidents, 467
  • Signalling at Manchester, Success of, 461
  • Smallest Railway in the World, 627
  • South Africa, Motor Vehicles, Steady Increase in Licences, 239
  • South African Railways, Efficient but Extremely Costly Working of Electrified Section of Natal Main Line, 295
  • South African Railways, and Harbours, Period of Prosperity, 101
  • South African Railways, Introduction of Movable Crossings, 435
  • South African Railways, Three New Well Trucks Added, 381
  • South Indian Railway Electrification Proposals, 295
  • Southern Heights Light Railway Sanctioned, 73
  • Southern Railway :
  • Animals Killed on Electrified Track, Fencing Fixed to Prevent it, 239
  • Bournemouth and London Quick Service, 681
  • Catenary Wires, Used in Abandoned Overhead Electrical Equipment, Taken Down, 211
  • Conversion of Several Linea to Electric Traction, 681
  • Electrification of Branch Line Between Hounslow Loop and Windsor, 323
  • Electrification Scheme, Last Stage, Opening of, 211, 267
  • Locomotives on Western Section, Head Code, 517
  • London and Paris, New Fast First-class Service Projected ; New Steamer " Canterbury," 323
  • New Carriages to be Built at Eastleigh, 681
  • New Curve at Minster, Advantages of, 681
  • New Steamer "Canterbury" to Take Up her Station at Dover to Run in Connection with " Golden Arrow Pullman
  • Expresses, 489
  • Southern Railway and National omnibus Company to Form New Omnibus Services in Five Counties, 489
  • Victoria Station, Improved Comfort for Passengers from the Continent, 407
  • Southwold Railway Closed Down, 435
  • Steel Sleeper Question, 131
  • Steel Sleepers, Guest, Keen and Nettlefold, Ltd., 573
  • Summer Train Services, 707
  • Third-class Sleeping Accommodation, 573
  • Thorrowgood Scholarship Founded by Signal and Telegraph Engineer's Bequest, 545
  • Through Carriages Between Nottingham and Some Devonshire Resorts, 707
  • Tonnage of Railway Freight Conveyed in February, 573
  • Transport of Goods by Sea, Rail and Air, Cost Compared, 239
  • Twenty-four-hour System Question, 267
  • Twenty-four-hour Notation, Question for Railway Companies to Decide, 381
  • Underground Railways :
  • Escalators, Camden Town Station the Twenty-ninth to Install them, 461
  • Piccadilly Railway, Entirely New Rolling Stock for, 461
  • Training School for Drivers, Guards, Signal-men and Other Grades for Underground Railways, 461
  • Underground Railways Experimenting with High-speed Electro - pneumatic Brake, Improved Type, 443
  • United States Supreme Court, Important Decision in Railway Case, 627
  • Vehicular Traffic, Control by Colour Light Signals, 627
  • Wages Reduction Subject to Three Months' Notice, Question of Continuance or Otherwise, 545
  • Wagon Question, Impending Report, 599
  • Wagons, Privately Owned and Railway Owned, Census in Progress, 101 ; Further Statistics, 489 ; Mr. .1. H. Thomas' Mistake, 517
  • Waiting-rooms in Excess of Passengers' Needs, Converted to Other Uses, 549
  • Westinghouse Continuous Brake for Belgian Goods Rolling Stock, 627
  • Winnipeg to Fort Churchill, Hudson Bay, Proposed Railway, 435
  • RAINFALL, Exceptional in Shabani, Rhodesia, 155
  • Range, Heat-accumulating, for Household Purposes, Swedish Inventor, 573
  • Records for Testing Purposes, New System, L. B. Woodworth, 407
  • Refinery Projected at Copper Cliff, Ontario, 707
  • Reinforced Concrete Piles Safely Driven in Short Time, 73
  • Reinforced Concrete Pipes, Projected Plant for Manufacture in Portuguese East Africa, 157
  • Retaining Wall, New, and Soil Research Work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 707
  • Retort, Largo Experimental, for Distilling Shale in Nova Scotia, 157
  • Rio Hacha, Colombia, Improvement of the Port of, 185
  • Rio do Janeiro, Niotheroy, Commercial Capital of Brazil, to be Made Chief Port of Call for Transatlantic Steamers. 211
  • River Wear Staithes, Cost of, 402
  • Riveting for High-pressure Boilers, 294
  • Road Construction Across Mud Flats at Dartmouth for Better Connection Between Plymouth and Torquay, 435
  • Road-making Materials and Chemicals, Factory for Production of, Projected at Wolverhampton, 323
  • Road Motor Transport in South Africa, 189
  • Road Transportation Problems in S. Africa, 207
  • Road Vehicles, Mechanically Propelled, Return by Ministry of Transport., 131
  • Romance of industry, 251
  • Roumanian Contract, Large, for British Firm, 627
  • Rubber Protection from Ozone, Discovery of Efficient Substance, 211
  • Rubber Stocks Cabled from Singapore to London, 707

S

  • SAFE Tool Chest, 393
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Additional Members Appointed to Committee, 627
  • Safety Razor Blades, Comparison of Trade Between New York and Great Britain, 545
  • St. Lawrence River, Depth of New Channel, 323
  • St. Lawrence Waterway Project, Conference to be Called to Enable Resumption of Negotiations, 295
  • Sand for Foundry Purposes, Valuable Discovery near Blackpool, 353
  • Sand Lime, investigation of Properties, 461
  • Scholarships, Travelling, Chadwick Trustees, 251
  • Scholarships—see also Loughborough ; also Technology
  • Screening Machinery, Report on the Effect of Sieve Motion, 707
  • Seaplane Base and Air Port at Toronto, 323
  • Sea Water, Measurement of Depth of, 182
  • Set-square, A Good, A. G. Thornton, Ltd., 279
  • Shale-distilling Plant Using L. and N. Process Projected for Tasmania, 101
  • Sheffield Report on Amalgamation of Firms, 381
  • Shellac, Synthetic, for Gramophone Records. Being Made by British Company, 381

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • "Bremen" New North German Liner, Approaching Time for Maiden Voyage, 681
  • Canadian Pacific Railway's New Coastal Steamers, 353
  • Cargo Steamer on Fire for Sixteen Days, Now Under Repair, 211
  • Chilean Navy Destroyers, 239
  • Destroyers, Two New, for Chilean Navy, Starting from Portsmouth, 435
  • Diesel-electric Ferry Boat " M.U.P. 5 B.A." for Service on the River Parana, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 489
  • Diesel Electrically Propelled Oil Tanker " Brunswick," 434
  • Hamburg-America Line, Transatlantic Call at Galway, 545
  • Lifeboat Fender, New Invention, 655
  • Lifeboat's Splendid Run, 353
  • Marine Gear Shaft Repair, An Interesting, 450
  • Motor Lifeboat, Said to be Largest in the World, 599
  • Motor Lifeboat, Very Powerful, for Holyhead Station, 573
  • Odessa-Battun Service, Soviet Steamer " Gruzia " to be Employed, 707
  • "Outboard" Motors at New York Motor Boat Show. 185
  • "Pelican" Old Wooden Man-o'-War Sunk in Sydney Harbour to be Raised and Set Up as Memorial, 101
  • Petrol Cruisers, Two, for Canadian Customs Preventive Service, 707
  • Pulverised Fuel, Satisfactory Experiments, First Steamer to Run Completely on Powdered Coal Blown into the Furnaces, 211
  • Salving of Soviet Merchantman " Pamat Lenin," Chinese Preparations for, 580
  • Ship-repairing Plant Proposed near Prescott, Ontario, 101
  • Ships of 500 Tons and Upwards to Carry Line-throwing Appliances, Board of Trade Order, 73
  • Steam Drifter Sunk by Explosion, Cause Unknown in Absence of Inspection, 131
  • Steamship " Berwindlea," First with Machinery for Pulverised Coal Burning, 599
  • Submarines, Invention Reported for Raising Alive Crew and Vessels Wrecked, 489
  • Suez Canal Tonnage Increase, 655.
  • Tug for Durban Harbour, Safe Arrival, 707
  • SIR Isaac Newton's Library, Books Offered for Sale, 681
  • Smelting Plant of the International Nickel Company, Ontario, Equipment of, 381
  • Smelting Plant, Very Largo, Projected for Development of Hydro-electric Power on the St. Lawrence, 435
  • Soda Ash Plant with 50,000 Tons Yearly Capacity Projected in Manchuria, 381
  • Soldiers Employed on Road-making in Hanan, China, 101
  • Solikamak Potash Field, Boring of a Second Shaft, 707
  • Sound Transmission through Wall and Floor Structures, 407
  • South African Company and British Financial Group, Mineral Working Agreement, 295
  • South African Students' Visit the Stafford Works of the English Electric Company, 226
  • Southern Rhodesia, Imports and Exports, Statistics, 407
  • Soviet Government and International General Electric Company, Agreement Between, 607
  • Soviet Russia New Iron and Steel Works to be Helped by American Engineers an Specialists, 517
  • Special Libraries and Information Bureau, Association of, 307
  • Specific Heats of Gases at High Temperatures, 655
  • Speed Photography, 707
  • Steam Power Plant, New, at San Francisco, 353
  • Steam Turbo-generator Started at Hell Gate, New York, 707
  • Steel—see Iron
  • Strawboard, Manufactured from Waste Straw to Replace Lumber in Building Construction, 681
  • Stresses in Loaded Structures, Professor Coker's Apparatus, 323
  • Sugar Beet Dryer for Factory at Sanguinetto, Italy, 381
  • Sugar Beet Factory at Taunton to Deal with 25,000 Tons of Beet by New Process, 45
  • Sugar-refining Plant for Beet Sugar Plant in Lincolnshire, 101
  • Sulphur Content in Flue Gases, 545
  • Sulphur and Wood-destroying Agencies, 295
  • Sulphurous Fumes Discharge, Scheme for Prevention, 460
  • Sunderland's Increasing Import Traffic, 211
  • Superheater Tube on Turbine Steamer, 73
  • Superphosphate, Greatly Increased Output of, in South Australia, 323
  • Superphosphates and Sulphuric Acid to be Manufactured in Brazilian Factory, 323
  • Sweden, Increased Number of Motor Vehicles, 489
  • Swedish Industries Fair at Gothenburg, 573
  • Swedish Syndicate to Acquire Chromium Mine in Turkey, 681

T

  • TANTALUM and Columbium, Determination of, U.S.A. Investigation, 487
  • Tar Distillation Plant at Clairton, Pennsylvania, 13
  • Technology Research Scholarships, 696

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :

  • Automatic Telephone Exchange, First of its Kind in this Country, 617
  • Bell Telephone Company of Canada, Extension of System, 435
  • Berlin and Sydney, Experimental Telephone Conversation Successful, 681
  • Holland and Dutch East Indies, Public Telephone Service Between, 73
  • Italy, Communication by Telephone with Sweden, 681
  • Singapore and London, Direct Communication Between now a Matter of Seconds, 73
  • Telephone Cable. Submarine, Longest in the World, 295
  • Telephone Cables, Recent American Developments in Construction, 239
  • Telephone Calls per Head per Year in Canada, United States, and Denmark, 323
  • Telephone Lines, Long-distance, Between Kwangtung and Kwangsi Provinces of China, 444
  • Trunk Telephone Connection to Isle of Man Opened, 707
  • Two-way Telephone Conversation from Moving Train, 573
  • "TELLEUR," Automaton Responding to Rays of Light, 461
  • Terra Cotta as a Building Material, Mysterious Defect at the National History Museum, 546
  • Tests of Ontario Lignite, Encouraging Result, 73
  • Thames Conservancy Scheme for Bridge Building, and Lock Improvement, 295
  • Thermal Expansion of Refractories, 461
  • Thornycroft's School at Basingstoke, 667
  • Timber Buying by British and Russian Syndicates, Largest Timber Transaction on Record, 131
  • Timber Floating Down Rivers, Condition of the Wood Essential for Satisfactory Result, 131
  • Timber—see Quebec
  • Tin Consumption in U.S.A. Reported to be One-half of World's Production, 45
  • Tin, World Statistics, 1929, New Publication, 248
  • Tin-plate Mills, Three New. at Pencoed Company's Establishment, 267
  • Titan Crane for Extension of Breakwater at Durban, 45
  • Torres, Rio Grande-do-Sul, Brazil, Large Modern Port Projected, 13
  • Town in Central Canada Moved Bodily to be near Railway, 323
  • Town Dock, Newport, to be Closed, Coal Hoist Weighing 80 Tons Removed to Alexandra Dock. 489
  • Traffic, Water-borne and Land, Questions as to Relative Rights, 13
  • Train Ferry Projected from New Brunswick Between Cape Tormentine and Borden, Prince Edward Island, 101
  • Travelling Scholarships, 251
  • Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Under the Narrows, Brooklyn to Staten Island, Work to Begin, 407
  • Tube-making Plant, Large-scale, in Poland, 353
  • Tungsten—see iron
  • Twenty Lifts for a Twenty-eight-storey Building, 267
  • Two Plants Estimated to Produce 100,000 Horse -power, 461

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT in Brickmaking Trade, and Statistics of Bricks Imported into Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 13

V

  • VALVE Destruction on a Steamship by Water Hammer, 267
  • Vanadium—see Iron
  • Vancouver's Grain Storage Capacity to be Doubled. 599
  • Vancouver, New Pier to be B. it, 101
  • Variable-speed Alternating-current Motors, L. J. Hunt, 310
  • Varnish Factory Proposed for Regina, Saskatchewan, 73
  • Vehicles, Mechanically Propelled, Licences Issued in One Quarter, 489
  • Vehicular Tunnel to Connect Brooklyn and Queens with Manhattan, New York, 707
  • Ventilation of Mines with Auxiliary Units. 581
  • WARD, Thos. W., Ltd., Jubilee, 27
  • Waste Crank Case Oil, Its Valuable Properties and also a Cause of Danger to Public Sewers, 185
  • Watch, Self-winding, Englishman's Invention, Company to Manufacture and Distribute, 489
  • Water Extraction from Peat by Newly Devised Press, Professor .J. W. Hinckley, 101
  • Water Power Plants of the U.S.A., 353
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • Burst Water Mains, Investigation, 266
  • Delaware River Tributaries to Supply Water to New York, 545
  • Donald Rose Reservoir Put in Commission, 681
  • Haweswater Water Supply by Manchester Corporation, 599
  • Maclear, South Africa, Water Supply Scheme Discussed, 353
  • Meters in Water Supply Services, Projected Instalment of, in Port Elizabeth and Stellenbosch, South Africa, 461
  • Patna Waterworks Installation, Projected Appointment of Qualified Engineers, 157
  • Pietermaritzburg Water Supply, Questions Regarding, 185
  • Pipe Line to Convey Water to Cedar City, Utah, 381
  • Pretoria's Water Supply, Projected Extension, 45
  • Water Main Burst Checked by Caterpillar Tractor, 655
  • Water purfication Plant for Ottawa (.......) Estimated Cost, 157
  • WE....) Tube, Modern, Vast Number of valuable, ibilities, 101
  • Well in California Producing 4000 Barrels of Spirit Daily, 381
  • Weston Fellowship in Eleetro-chemistry, 276
  • Wharfage Construction and Land Reclamation on Large Scale by Montreal Harbour Commissioners, 101
  • Wharfage Facilities for Shipping Manganese Ore at Durban, 707
  • Whistle Valve Failure in Scottish Trawler, 313
  • Windmill Dated 1668 Bought for Preservation, 599
  • Windsor-Detroit Vehicular Tunnel, Construction Progress, 348

WIRELESS :

  • Baird Television Development Company, Interesting Prospects in Sight, 211
  • B.B.C.'s Running Commentary on the Derby Received on the " Flying Scotsman," 599
  • Commercial Wireless, Year's Progress in, 73
  • Eiffel Tower, Wavelength. 185
  • German Reichstag, Microphones and Loud Speakers Installed to Strengthen Speaker voices, 211
  • Radio Apparatus Exports from this Country, 517
  • Radio Apparatus—see Exhibitions
  • Radio Receiving Apparatus, Burnley Residents Claim Compensation for Alterations, 13
  • Radio Receiving Sets in Canada, Licensed and Unlicensed, 239
  • Radiovisor Automatic Lighting Unit, 239
  • Record Wireless Task for Public Address, Sounds Conveyed to 150,000 People. 45
  • Strasbourg, Projected Installation of High-power Broadcasting Station, 211
  • Talking Motion Pictures Unite Long Lines of Scientific Development. 655
  • Television Development and Selenium, 655
  • Test Transmission through High-power Short-wave Kootwijk Transmitter, 185
  • Transmission of Still Pictures from Vienna. Berlin, &c., 517
  • Wireless Factory Projected at Toronto, 461
  • Wireless Importation into China, Embargo on Removed. but Tariff Duty Retained, 407
  • Wireless Receiving Licences in Wales, 13
  • Wireless Tests in America with View to Regular Telephone Service Between Home Offices and Ships at Sea, 712
  • Wireless Transmission, Fallacy that it Affects Weather, 435
  • WOOD Distillation Plants of Poland, By-products Recovered, 267
  • Wood-preserving Industry, Present Practice. 514
  • Wood Pulp Mill, Large, Projected in British Columbia, 573
  • Wooden Beams Built Up of Several Planks Preferable to Solid Beams, 545
  • World Engineering Congress Proposed in Connection with World's Fair Centennial in Chicago, 573
  • World Power Conference at Barcelona, 291

Y

  • YARROW Home and Hospital for Children, 167
  • Yarrow Pulverised Fuel System, 096

Z

  • ZINC, Difficulties of Use in Molten State, A. Docking, 157
  • Zinc Meta-Arsenite as a Wood Preservative, Superiority in Various Points to Other Chemicals Shown by Tests. 100
  • Zinc Ore Production, Northern Rhodesia, 295

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