Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 125,949 pages of information and 196,591 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index

From Graces Guide

Jump to: navigation, search
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec: Index.

The Engineer 1930 Jul-Dec - View the Volumes

Note: This is a scanned version of the Index Page and contains many errors

Names

A

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.. High-pressure Water-tube Boiler Developments at Renfrew, 366
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Super-pressure Boiler at Bradford Power Station, 244, 254, 278, 279 (Supplement, September 5111, 1930)
  • Bailey, W. H., and Co., Ltd., Caliban Hydraulic Ram, 62
  • Bamfords, Ltd., Artificial Manure Distributor, 34 ; Expanding Horse' Rake, 34
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 4-Ton Petrol Road Roller, 10 ; Motor Road Rollers with Diesel Engine Power Unit, 10 ; 32-35 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Oil-engined Road Roller, 88
  • Battersea Power Station, 550, 592
  • Reccari Process of Refuse Disposal in France, 6
  • Bendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., Bendix Brakes,481 ; Brake Testing Machine, 549 ; Duo-servo Brake, 481
  • Bengal Smoke Nuisances Commission, Annual Report, 199
  • Bennis, Edward, and Co., Ltd., Air-cooled Mechanical Stoker, 576
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., l H.P. Petrol Engine, 648
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 20 11..P. Tractor, 339
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Vertical High-speed Spring-injection Oil Engines, 33
  • Booth, Joseph, and Bros., Ltd., 5-Ton Portal Crane Operated by an Oil Engine, 44, 45
  • Bordeaux, Port of, improvements at, 270, 282
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd.. Automatic Electric Lighting Sets, 522 ; 1-kW Lighting Set, 508 ; Self-contained Electric Power Unit, 62
  • Bradford Power Station, Super-pressure Boiler for, 244, 254, 278, 279 (Supplement, September 5th, 1930)
  • Brett's Patent Lifter Company. Ltd., 1-Ton Petrol-driven Factory Truck, 182
  • Britannia Works, Huddersfield, Hopkinsons, Ltd., 58, 66, 82 (Supplement, July 18th, 1930)
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Network Boxes, 622
  • British Mercedes-Benz Company, Supercharging Adopted on Each Engine, 479
  • Brooke, J. W., and Co., Ltd., 5 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Engine, 453 ; 19ft. Colonial Run-about Boat, 452, 453 ; 28 H.P. Six-cylinder Engine, Redesigned, 452, 453
  • Brotherhood, Peter, Ltd., Brotherhood-Ricardo Diesel Engine, 10
  • Bruckmann, Dip.-In g., Recent Drag-line Excavator Practice in Germany, 388-391
  • Budenburg Gauge Co, Ltd., Precision Measurement of Liquid Pressure, 116
  • Bull Motors, Ltd., Eddy-current Brake for Trolley Omnibuses, 322

C

D

  • DAIMLER Company, Double-Six 40-50 H.P. Chassis, 479 ; Fluid Fly-wheel and Self-changing Gear-box, 479 ; New Transmission System for Cars, 479
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. Ltd., 70-77 13.1 .P. Twin-cylinder Vertical Heavy Fuel Oil Engine, 87
  • Digges, T. G., Cutting Tests with Cemented Tungsten-carbide Lathe Tools, 247
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 34 13.H.P., Petrol-paraffin Marine Engine, 508
  • " Dragon " Self-lift Tractor Cultivator, J, and F. Howard, Ltd., 10

E

  • EARLE'S Shipbuilding anti Engineering Company, Ltd., The Jorgensen 2140 11.11.P.
  • Double-acting Two-stroke Marine Oil Engine., 232, 233
  • El good, V. Nelson, .'Esthetics in Metal Bridge Designs, 256
  • El good, W. Nelson, Engineering Degree Courses, Suggested Modifications,150
  • "RMS Empress of Japan," New Canadian Pacific Liner, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co, Ltd., 166, 174, 200
  • Englesson, Elov,Pitting in Water Turbines, 418
  • English Electric Co, Ltd., Three Winding Transformers, 100
  • Estler Brothers, Ltd., Armouring for Read Surfaces, 660

F

  • Fairbanks, Morse and Co., Electric Light and Power Plant, 87
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Summation Metering Equipment, 628
  • Fodens, Ltd., 6-Ton Steam Wagon, 62 ; Six-wheeled Steam Wagon, 648
  • Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, Renewal of, 614, 624 (Supplement, December 5th, 1930)
  • Foster. Wm., and Co., Ltd., and Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Three-stage Motor-driven Pump, 33
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds). Ltd., Scarifier on a Road Roller, Improved. 87 ; " Track-trailer " Fitted with " Orolo " Track Units, 87
  • France, General Electrification of, 246

G

H

I

  • INVICTA Company, 30 H.P. Chassis, 480

J

  • JUNKERS-WERKE Opposed-piston Heavy Oil Engines, 258

K

  • Kerr, Stuart and Co., Ltd., Heavy Oil-engined Lorry, 9
  • Kingston By-pass, Road Surface Experiments on, 451
  • Knocke-sur-Mer, Sewage Pumping Equipment at, 74
  • Krupp-Grusonwerk, Sheet Bar Rolling Mill for Japan, 510, 512

L

M

N

0

  • Oil Motors. Ltd., Low-pressure High-speed Oil Engine, 45
  • `• Groh, ' Track Units; " Tracktrailer " Fitted with, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 87
  • Owens Boiler Circulator, Ltd.. Boiler Circulator, 575

P

  • PANNELL, E. V., Modern Die-cutting Practice. 168. 193
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co, Ltd., 24-45 B.H.P., Four-cylinder Petrol-paraffin Engine. 509
  • Perak River Hydro-electric Power Scheme. 190, 191, 202, 220. 228, 250. 251 (Supplement. August 22nd, 1930)
  • Petersen Are Suppressor. High-tension Line Protection by the, 126
  • Petters, Ltd., 80 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Improved Two-stroke " Atomic " High-compression - Airless injection Oil Engine, 62; 2 B.H.P. Lighting Plant, 62
  • Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd., Platt-Toyoda Automatic Loom, 044. 645, 652
  • Platt-Toyoda Automatic Loom, 644, 645, 652
  • Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd.. 1000 B.H.P. Vis-li-Vie Horizontal Oil Engine for Fen Pumping, 820, 621
  • Principality Wagon Co, Ltd., Lorry with Moving Platform, 510
  • Pullin, Dr. V. E., X-rays Crystal Analysis in Engineering, 2 (Supplement, Jul!, 4th, 1930)
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co Ltd., Alfred-street Hydraulic Pumping Station, Hull, 89, 90, 91
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Selvage Pumping Equipment at Knocke-sur-Mer, 74

R

  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co, Ltd.. Magnetic Aeparation and Sieving of Foundry Sand, 630
  • Reyrolle A. and Co., Ltd.. Modern Switchgear. 675
  • Riley Company, Improvements to Standard Types of Cam 479
  • Rolls-Royce. 40-50 H.P. Car, Phantom Ii.. 428. 431 ; 20-25 H.P. Chassis, Various New Features, 431
  • Romac Motor Accessories, Ltd., Air-cooled Air Compressing Plant, 482
  • Rosenthal, Ph., and Co., A.G., High-tension Testing Laboratory. 16
  • Ross, Courtney and Co., Ltd., Thief-proof " Petromag " Lock Tap. 482
  • Rothwell Urban District Council, New Sewage Disposal Works, 444
  • Rover Company. Ltd., 10 H.P. Car, 481
  • 11' Royal Scot," New Twin Expresses. 43
  • Rushton Tractor Co, Ltd., 22 H.P.Paraffin Tractor, 8
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Airless Injection, Cold-starting, Horizontal Oil Engine, 32 ; Hopper-cooled Petrol Engine, 648
  • R101 " and the Altimeter, Colonel Sir Gordon Hearn, 589

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE Waterway Project, Report on International Rapids Section, 300, 301
  • St. Moritz, Chantarella-Corviglia Cable Railway at, 676, 677. 680, 712
  • S.U. Company, Electrically Operated Petrol Pump. 482
  • Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Eight-wheeled Four Steering Vehicle, 290
  • Shishkoff Hydro-thertnal Tidal Power Scheme. 330, 358
  • Siemens and Habske. Multi Language Interpretation System, 154
  • Singer Company, 10 H.P. Car, 481
  • Skoda Works, New System of Riveting, 276
  • Skoda Works, Pilsen, Visit of Iron and Steel Institute, 362
  • Smith, Frank, and Co., Air Filter and Air Silencer, 482
  • Standard Co. 16 H.P. Car, Six-cylinder Saloon, Improvements to, 428, 434
  • Structural Service Co, Drilling Machine for Steel Columns and Girders, 642, 548
  • Stubbs. Joseph, Ltd., 21 B.H.P., Outboard Motor, 608
  • "Suffolk Punch " Heavy-duty Steam Tractor, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 60
  • Sukkur Barrage and Sind Irrigation, 169
  • Sulzer Brothers, Seven-stage Gas Compressor, 118
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 10, 12, 40, 47

T

U

  • UtTMTATA Falls, Hydro-electrie Plant, 226

V

  • VARIABLE Power Transmissions, Ltd..
  • " Varatio " Variable-speed Clear in Textile Mills, 520
  • Viinax Machinery Company, Ltd., Automatic High-speed Brick-making Process, 370, 379
  • Vitkovice Steel Works, Visit el Iron foul Steel Institute, 404

W

Y

  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., River thinbonts for the Colombian Aiubitcts.

Subjects

A

  • ACCURACY of Clear Teeth, 516, 517
  • AERONAUTICS
  • Aerial View of Part of Port of Halifax, 396
  • Aerial View of Tilbury Landinq Stage, Customs House and Railway Station, 28
  • Aero-engine Testing Plant. An, 130
  • Air-cooled Aero-engines, A Review of Developments in the Past. Ten Years, A. H. R. Fadden on, 18
  • Aircraft in Paris, Annual Exhibition, 629
  • Air Ports, Oil-paved Runways for, .1. A. Herlihy, 260
  • Altimeter, " R 101 " 1111,1 the, Colonel Sir Gordon Hearn, 580
  • " R 101 " Disaster, 395, 400, 401
  • AIR Brake, The " Transit." for Railway Vehicles, 460
  • Air-cooled Mechanical Stoker, Edward Bennis and Co., Ltd., 576
  • Arbitration, The Costs of an, 124
  • Army Demonstration at Aldershot of Fighting Motor Vehicles, 464
  • Artificial Manure Distributor, Ramfords, Ltd., 34
  • Ash, The Reduction of, Discharged by Smoke-stacks, 125
  • Ash Handling Plant at Brighton, Ash Company (London), Ltd., 504
  • Automatic Lift Operation, 685
  • Automatic Telephone System, London, 464

B

  • BOILERS :
  • Boiler, High-pressure Water-tube, Develnp• menus at Renfrew, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 366
  • Boiler, Super Pressure, for Bradford Power
  • Station, 244, 254, 278, 279 (Supplement, Septanber 5th, 1930)
  • Boiler, Vertical Water-tube, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 9
  • Boiler Circulator, Owens Boiler Circulator, Ltd., 575
  • Boiler Scale. The Formation and Properties of, 180
  • BRAKE Testing Machine, Benilix - Perrot
  • Brakes, Ltd., 549
  • BRIDGES :
  •  ;Esthetics in Metal Bridge Designs. \V
  • Nelson Elgood, 256
  • Hudson River Bridge, The, 110, 122
  • Railway Bridge Replacement at Carr-lane. Liverpool, 491
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 10. 12, 40, 47
  • BRITISH Engineering Industry, Real t ice and Problems, 632
  • Its-pass for \lot or Vehicles, Crossley lti Ltd., 34

C

  • CANADIAN Trade, 38
  • Cartridge Cases. Manufacture of S.A.A., Adcock, 608, 700
  • Castle Nut, Novel, 577
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES
  • Hopper Coke Wagons, 1..M.S, Railway, •alit Safety in Mines Research, Eighth .1.nnuid Report., 176
  • COHESION, R. Douglas Archibald, 179
  • Concrete Roads, Joints in, 115
  • Corn Drier, E. R. and F. Turner, Ltd., 35
  • Costs of an Arbitration, The, 124
  • Crane, 5-Ton Overhead Travelling, with Ball Bearings, J. Adamson and Co., 236
  • Crane, 5-Ton Portal, Operated by an Oil Engine, Jos. Booth and Tiros., Ltd., 44, 45
  • Crane, Light Locomotive, for Ash Handling the L. and N.B. Railway, 102
  • Cultivator. Nine-tine, W. A. Wood Company. Ltd., 34
  • Cutting Pressures and Power Consumption of " Widie. " Tools, 699
  • Cutting Tests with Cemented Tungsten Carbide Lathe Tools, T. G. Dines, 247

D

  • DEVICES for handling Awkward Articles. Transporting Machinery ('ompels) Ltd., 261
  • l)ie Casting Practice, Modern, E. V. Pannell. 168, 193
  • Dust Arrester, New, 715

E

  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • Accidents, Electrical. 197
  • Aluminiurn Conduetors, Jointing of str,i cored, 688
  • Automatic Electric Lighting Sets, Boni I and Paul, Ltd., 522
  • Automatic Lighting Set, 5-kW, It. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 87
  • Battersea Power Station, 550, 592
  • Bradford Power Station, Super-pressiii,
  • Boiler at, 244, 254, 278, 279 (Supplement, September 5th. 1930)
  • Cables, Water Penetration Effects in Lead sheathed Power, 115
  • Constant-current Electric Driving on the Austin System, 704
  • Control Gear, Electric, Lounges, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd.. 714
  • Electric Control Gear, Laurence Scott. and Electromotore. Ltd., 714
  • Electric Light and Power Plant, Fairbanks, Morse and Co.. 87
  • Electric Power on the Rand, 101
  • Electric Scoreboards at Wimbledon, Robert A. Smith, 145
  • Electrical Accidents, 197
  • Electrical Control Gear, Mining, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 546
  • Electrically Operated Petrol Pump. 5.1.. Company, 482
  • General Electrification of France, 248
  • Generation of Electricity, 492
  • Heavy Duty Butt Flash Welding Machines, A.E.G., 540
  • High-tension Line Protection by the Petersen Arc Suppressor, 126
  • Induction Motor, Totally Enclesed Squirrel-cage, Walter McGee and Son, Ltd., 578
  • Lighting Plant, 2 B.H.P., 62
  • Lighting Sot., 5-kW Automatic, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 87
  • Magnetic Separation and Sieving of Foundry Sand, 630
  • Mercury Arc Rectifier Equipment for the
  • Melbourne 'Tramways, 665
  • Mining Electrical Control Gear. Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 546
  • Modern Switchgear, A. Royrolle and Co., Ltd., 675
  • Network Boxes, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 622
  • Power Stations on Swedish Rivers, 575
  • Protection of Alternating-current Generators, 138, 164, 194
  • Resistance Butt Welding in Shipyards, 716
  • Self-contained Electric Power Unit, Boulton and Paul, Ltd.. 62
  • Single-phase Repulsion Start Induction Motors, 649
  • Summation Metering Equipment, Ferranti, Ltd., 628
  • Totally - enclosed Squirrel • cage Induction Motor, Walter McGee and Son. Ltd., 578
  • Transformers, Three-winding, English Electric Company, Ltd., 100
  • Turbo-generators, 62,500-kVA Goldenberg Power Station, 144, 148
  • Welding Resistance, Butt, in Shipyards, 71(1
  • Welding Machines, Heavy-duty Butt Flash, A.E.G.. 540
  • ENGINEER, Future Responsibilities of the, 222
  • Engineering Degree Courses, Suggested Modificationa, W. Nelson Elgood, 150
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS
  • Cruil, Oil Engine. Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 33
  • Diesel Engine, Brotherhood-Ricardo. Peter Brotherhood, Ltd.. 10
  • Diesel Engine Power Unit on Road Roller,
  • Burford and Perkins, Ltd., 10
  • Heavy Oil Engine, Small. R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd., 86
  • Heavy Oil Engined Locomotive for Plantation Service, Avonside Engine Company. Ltd., 223
  • Heavy Oil Engined Tractor, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 9
  • Heavy Oil Engines, The Junkers Design
  • Opposed-piston, 258, 288
  • Hopper Cooled Petrol Engine, Ruston and Hornby, Ltd., 648
  • Horizontal Oil Engine. Airless-injection Cold-starting, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 32
  • Marine Oil Engines, Jorgensen. 2140 B.H.P., Double-acting, Two-stroke. 232, 233
  • MeLaren-Benz Oil Engine, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 649
  • Oil Engine, 80 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Improved Two-stroke " Atomic " igh-compression, Airless-injection, Petters, Ltd., 62
  • Oil Engine, 50-kW, Three-cylinder. Crossley Brothers, Ltd.. 33
  • Oil Engine, Four-cylinder Vertical, Aveling and Porter. Ltd.. 86
  • Oil Engine, Low-pressure High-speed. Oil Motors, Ltd.. 45
  • Oil Engine. 95 B.H.P. High-speed, for Road Transport Work, Associated Equipment, Company. Ltd., 507
  • Oil Engine, 1000 B.H.P. Horizontal.for Fen Pumping. Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 620. 621 ; (Erratum), (178
  • Oil Engine, 70-77 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder. Vertical Heavy Fuel, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 87
  • Oil Engine, 61 H.P. Fuel, National Gas Engine Company. Ltd., tt
  • Oil Engine, Vertical Two-stroke, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 33
  • Oil-engined Lorry, Heavy, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Ltd., 9
  • Oil Engines, Vertical High-speed, Spring-injection. Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 33
  • Paraffin Tractor, 22 H.P., Rushton Traoor
  • Company. Ltd., 9
  • EXCAVATOR Practice in Germany, Reeent
  • Drag-line, Dip.-Ing. lirocktuntin, 388-391
  • Expanding Horse Rakes, 34
  • EXHIBITIONS AND CONGRESSES
  • Aircraft Exhibition in Paris, 629
  • British Industries Fair, Recommendations of the Committee Appointed by the Board of Trade, 678
  • Building Exhibition at Olympia. 347, 378
  • Congress and Exhibition of Sanitary Engineering at. Milan, April, 1931. 522
  • Congress for Mechanical Engineering, 537
  • International Illumination Congress, 1931,
  • 640
  • International Motor Exhibition at Olympia.
  • 428. 431, 452, 479. 508
  • Physical and Optical Societies Exhibition,
  • January, 1931. 678
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Manchester, 9,
  •  :12, 62, 86
  • Smithfield Club Show, 648
  • Steel Structures Research Conference, 458

F

  • FELLING a Darn in Canada, 649
  • Fighting Motor Vehicles, Army Demonstration at Aldershot of, 464
  • Fire Engine. 35-40 H.P. Motor, Merryweather
  • and Sons, Ltd.. 88
  • Fire-fighting Appliances. Three New, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd.. 98
  • Fire Float " Gamma II.," Re-engined, Thames, 172
  • Fire Float, Motor, for Port Sudan. Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 656
  • Firing a Boiler, 576
  • Flooring for Workshops. New Type of, 577
  • Flowing Water, J. M. Lacey, 218
  • Foundry Sand. Magnetic Separation and Sieving of, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company. Ltd., 630
  • French Rolling Stock Industry, 101
  • Future Responsibilities of the Engineer, 222

G

  • GAS Compressor, Seven-stage, Sulzer Brothers, 118
  • Gas Lighting, Early Days of. P. (;. Cracroft, 616, 642
  • Gear Teeth, Accuracy of. 516, 517
  • German Locomotive Industry, 478
  • German Machine Tools in the World Markets, 177
  • Grinding Machine Driven from a Tractor, Massey-Harris, 87

H

  • HARBOUR Equipment at Durban. 205
  • Harvester Thrasher Machine, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd., 34
  • Heating and Drying of Granular Materials by Convection, W. Gilbert, 500, 531), 574, 587, 617, 640
  • Heavy-duty Butt Flash Welding Machines. A.E.G., 540
  • High-tension Testing Laboratory at Selb, Bavaria, 16
  • Hopper Coko Wagons, L.M.S. Railway, 491
  • Hydraulic Pumping Station at Alfred-street,
  • Hull, Pulgometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 89, 90, 91
  • Hydraulic Ram, The Cabal], W. H. Bailey and Co., Ltd., 62
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Umtata Falls, 226
  • Hydro-eleetric Power Scheme, Perak River, 190, 191, 21)2, 220, 228

I

  • INDUSTRIAL Iles31.11 Research Board. Tenth Annual Report, 466
  • Inland Navigation in the United States, 201)
  • International Electrical Organisations, Discusat Stockholm on, 2111
  • International Elect rot, ..h,, 73
  • INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA :
  • 128. 431, 452, 479. 508
  • Alvis Company, " Silver Eagl, " Car, 479
  • Alvin Company, 12-50 H.P. Four-cylinder
  • Car, 479
  • Austin Motor Company, 20 H.P. Car,
  • " Ranelagh " Limousine, Alterations to,
  • 428.433
  • itritish Mercedes-Benz Company. Supercharging Adopted on Each Engine, 479
  • Crossley Motors, Six-wheeled Limousine, 428,
  • 434
  • Daimler Coinin Double-Six 40-50 H.P.
  • Chassis, 479
  • Daimler Company, New Transmission System
  • for Cars, 479
  • Hillman Company, 19.7 H.P. Engine,
  • " Vortie " Car, 481
  • Humber Company, lei 50 H.P. Car, Sectional Views of Engine-. Gear-box, Front
  • and Back Axles, 432. 433
  • Invicta Company, 30 H.P. Chassis, 480
  • " Morris Isis ' Six-cylinder Saloon, 481
  • " Morris Major " Car with Six-cylinder Engine, 481
  • Riley Company, improvements to Standard Types of Cars. 479
  • Dulls-Royce, 40-50 H.P. Car, " Phantom
  • II.," 428, 431
  • Rolls-Royce, 20-25 H.1'. Chassis, Various Now Features, 431
  • Rover Company, Ltd., 10 P. Car, 481
  • Singer Company, 10 11.P. Car, 481
  • Standard Company. 16 11.1'. ('ar, Six-cylinder Saloon, linprovein,qkts to, 428, 434
  • Triumph (sompany, 11.8 H . P. Six -cylinder Car, - Scorpion." 481
  • Trojan, Ltd., Further Developmciits in Saloon ('ar, 480
  • Accessories :
  • Air Compressors for Motor Car Garages, 482
  • Amalgamated Carburetters, Ltd., Mechanically Operated Pump, 482
  • Bendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., Bentlix Brakes, 481
  • liendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., Ono Servo Brake, 481
  • 13oulton and Paul, Ltd., 1-kW Lighting Set, 508
  • Daitnlor Company, Fluid Fly-wheel and Self-changing Gear-box, 479
  • Roma° Motor Accessories, Ltd., Air-cooled
  • Air Compressing Plant, 482
  • Ross. Courtney and Co.. Ltd., Thief-proof
  • " Petromag " Lock Tap, 482
  • S.U. Company, Electrically Operated Petrol Pump, 482
  • Smith, Frank, and Co., Air :ind Air Silencer, 482
  • Some Other Exhibits, 5111
  • Motor Boats :
  • Brooke, J. W., and Co.. Ltd., loft. Colonial
  • Runabout Boat, 452, 453
  • Thornycroft. J. L. and Co., Ltd., .48ft.
  • Express entiset, 453
  • Marine Oil Engine Section :
  • "tam). Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 42 IL H.P.
  • " Acro " Heavy Oil Engine, 452, 454
  • Brooke, J. W., and Co., Ltd., 5 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Engine, 453
  • Brooke, J. W.. and Co., Ltd., 28 H.P. Six-cylinder Engine, Re-designed, 452, 453
  • Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd..
  • Opposed-piston Twin-cylinder Engine, 454
  • Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd.,
  • Weaver Patented Four-stroke Outboard Engine, 454
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 34 B.H.P.
  • Petrol-paraffin Marine Engine, 508
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 60-80 H.P. Four-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine. 509
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., 57 B.H.P.
  • Marine Engine, 452, 453
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., 35 I. FL P.
  • Generator Set, 452, 453
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 2.1 45 B. H.P. Four-cylinder Petrol Engine, 509
  • Stubbs, Joseph, Ltd., 21 13.11.P. Outboard Motor, 508
  • Thornyeroft, J. L. aml Cu., Ltd., 9 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, 452, 453
  • Thornyeroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., 75 B.H.P.
  • Marine Oil Engine, 452, 453
  • Wiseman, Alfred., Ltd., -to B.H.P. Four-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine, 509
  • INTERPRETATION System, A Multi-Language, 154
  • Iron and Steel Industry for British Columbia, 210
  • Iron and Steel Industry on t he Cent ne•nt, 17
  • Iron and Steel, Rail Rates t,n, E. T. 7

L

  • LABORATORIES, New Engineering, at University College, Nottingham, 70, 71
  • Land Reclamation and Irrigation Works in
  • Italy, 182
  • Landing Stage at Tilbury, Passenger, 28
  • Lighting Sets, Automatic Electric, Boulton and
  • Paul, Ltd., 522
  • Liquid l'ressuro, Precision Measurement of, Budenburg Gauge Company, Ltd., 116
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarship and Student Graduate Examinations, 181
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 465
  • Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, 09
  • LOCOMOTIVES :
  • Duplex Chimney Locomotive, Dr. K.
  • Asakura, 200
  • German Locomotive Industry, 478
  • Heavy Oil-engined Locomotive for Plantation Service, Avonsido Engine Company, Ltd., 223
  • Links in the History of the Locomotive, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 56
  • " Lion " Locomotive. Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1838, 535
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Side-tank Locomotive, 466
  • LONDON Automatic Telephone System, 464
  • London Waters, Report on, 195, 230
  • Loom, Platt-Toyoda Automatic, 644, 645, 652
  • Lorry with Moving Platform, Principality Wagon Company, Ltd., 510

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • Drill, Four-cylinder, Rotary, Plietuna,t le,
  • Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 632
  • Drilling Machine for Steel Columns and
  • Girders, Structural Service Company, 542, 548
  • German Machine Tools in the World Markets, 177
  • Large Boring and Turning Mill, John herington and Sons, Ltd., 20
  • Lathe, New Design of Combination Turrct,
  • Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 598, 602, 603
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheel Lath,.,
  • Hulse and Co., Ltd., 198
  • Regrinding Machine, Double-ended, Axle Journal, 169
  • Super High-speed Lathe. John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., 684, 685
  • MACHINERY, The Russian Market for, 235
  • Magnetic Separation and Sieving of Foundry
  • Sand, 630
  • Manufacture of S.A.A. Cartridge Cases, F.
  • Adcock, 668, 700
  • NAPS :
  • Bordeaux, City Port ion of the River Garonne, 270
  • Bordeaux, Sketch Map of the Port of, 270
  • Britannia Works, Huddersfield, General Plan
  • of Hopkinsons, Ltd., 58
  • Chantarella-Corviglia Cable Railway at St. Moritz, 677
  • Great Western Railway, Proposed New Bypasses at Westbury and Frome, 449
  • Hudson River Bridge, Map Showing Position of, 110
  • Map of France Showing Electric Transmis81011 Lines, 247
  • Map of Holland Showing Distribution of
  • Water Supply Undertakings, 631
  • Perak and Knits Rivers, 191 ; Reproduced. 251
  • St. Lawrence Waterway Project, Proposed
  • Works in International Rapids Section, 300
  • Section of Dunes, near Schoorl, Holland, 631
  • Test Sections of Kingston By-pass Road, 451
  • Tilbury Docks, General Plan of New Works, 30
  • MEASUREMENT, Precision, of Liquid Pressure, Budenburg Gauge Company. Ltd., 116
  • Mechanical Stoker, Air-cooled, Edward Bennis and Co., Ltd., 576
  • Metropolitan Water Board. Annual Report, 536
  • Milking Plant, Now, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd.,
  • Mining Costs, Reducing, 711
  • Mining Electrical Control Gear, Metropolitan.
  • Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 546
  • Motor Fire Float for Port Sudan Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 656
  • Motor Vehicles, Fighting, An Army Detnonst ration at Aldershot, 464
  • Motors, Spring-driven, Spiral Springs for, E. C. Wadlow, 474
  • Multi-language Interpretation System, 154

N

  • NEWSPRINT Mill in Nova SCUtitt, 140
  • OIL Works, Ropeway Plant at , R. White and Sons, 696, 708
  • Omnibuses, Trolley. 152

P

  • l'A PER - CA RRYING" Thorold,"
  • Earle's Shipbuilding an,1 Engineering Company, Ltd., 64
  • Paper Works, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, 171
  • Photo-printing in Hot Weather, B. J. Hall and
  • Co., Ltd., 490
  • Pipe Joint, High-pressure Stettin, 73
  • Plantation Service, Heavy Oil Engined Locomotive for, Avonside Engine Coinpany. Ltd., 223
  • Power Consumption and Cutting Pressures of Tools, 699
  • Printing Trade, Water Cooling in the, 129
  • Profit-sharing in 1929, Report by Ministry of Labour, 96
  • Pulverised Fuel at Sea, The " Incemoro "
  • Installation, 181
  • PUMPS :
  • Pump, Electrically Operated Petrol,
  • Company, 482
  • Pump, Three-stag© Motor-driven, Gwynnes and Fosters, 33
  • Pumps, Sewage, at Knocke-sur-Mer, 74

R

  • 1{.11I litoS en I run and Steel, E. T. ciuud Olt. 7
  • RAILWAYS :
  • Chantarella--Corvightt Cable Railway at St.
  • Moritz, 676, 677, 680, 712
  • Failure of Flat-bottom Steel Rails, A. H.
  • Huddart, 650
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company, Hopper Coke Wagons, 491
  • L.M.S. Railway Telegraphs, 224
  • L.M.S. Railway, New " Royal Scot. " Express Train, 43
  • Rail Rates on Iron and Steel, E. T. Good, 7
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheel Lathe,
  • Hulse and Co., Ltd., 198
  • Railway Vehicles, The " Transit " Air Brake
  • for, 460
  • Russian Railway Equipmet it, 640
  • Signalling School at York. London and
  • North-Eastern Railway, 484. 488
  • RA KR Side Delivery and Swath Turner, W. N.
  • Nicholson and Sons, Ltd.. 34
  • Rakes, Expanding Horse, 34
  • Rand Water Board, Annual Report, 139
  • Reconstruction of Now Brighton Promenade
  • Pier. 262
  • Reducing Mining Costs. 711
  • Refuse Disposal in France and the Bcceari
  • Process, 6
  • Renewal of Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge,
  • 614, 624 (Supplement, December 5111, 1930)
  • Research, Subterranean Water, 506
  • Road Roller, 32-35 B.H.P. Two-cylinder, Oil-engined, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 88
  • Roads, Joints in Concrete, 115
  • Rolling Mill, Shoot Bar, for Japan, Krupp-Grusonwerk, 510, 512
  • Ropeway Plant at a Large Oil Works, R. White
  • and Sons, 696, 708
  • Russian Market for Machinery, 235

S

  • SCARIFIER on a Road Roller, improved,
  • John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 87
  • SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :
  • Liquid Pressure, Precision Measurement of,
  • Budenberg Gauge Company, Ltd., 116
  • Tachometer, Six-speed Hand, 0. Thomas and
  • Co., Ltd., 492
  • SEWAGE Pumping Equipment at Knocke-sur-Mor, 74
  • Sewage Works, Disposal, Bothwell Urban district Council, 444
  • Shaft Stresses Duo to Torsional Impact, W. A. Tuplin, 112
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING :
  • General Matters :
  • " Empress of :Japan," Fairfield Shipbuilding
  • and Engineering Company, Ltd., 166, 174, 206
  • " Gamma II.," Thames Fire Float, Re-engined, 172
  • Performance of Two Vessels with Electric
  • Transmission Gear, W. J. Hulsey, 154
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING (continued) :
  • General Matters (continued) :
  • Pulverised Fuel at Sea, 'rite " Ineomore '
  • Installation, 181
  • It esistanee Butt Welding in Shipyards, 716
  • Winchester Castle," Union Castle Motor
  • Liner, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 424
  • Miscellaneous Veuels
  • 48ft. Express Cruiser, .T. I. Thorneycroft and Co., Ltd., 452
  • Motor Fire Float for Port Sudan, Merryweather and Sous, Ltd., 656
  • 19ft. Colonial Runabout Boat, J. W. Brooke and Co., Ltd., 452, 453
  • " Thorold " Paper Carrying Vessel, Earle's
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 64
  • SKYSCRAPERS, 226
  • Smokestacks, The Reduction of Ash Discharged
  • by, 125
  • Spiral Springs for Spring-driven Motors. E. C.
  • Wadlow, 474
  • Spring Steels, Stress Strain Relationships in,
  • G. A. Hankins, 178
  • Steel Arch, 1652ft. Span of, Kill van Kull
  • Bridge, 650
  • Stop Valve, Self-draining, 491
  • Stress Strain Relationships in Spring Steels,
  • G. A. Hankins, 178
  • Swath Turner, Side Delivery Rake and, W. N.
  • Nicholson and Sons, Ltd., 34

T

  • TACHOMETER, Six-speed Hand, G. Thomas
  • and Co., Ltd., 492
  • Telegraphs, L.M.S. Railway, 224
  • Telephone System, London Automatic, 464
  • Testing Machine, Brake, Bendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., 549
  • Testing Plant for Aero-engines, 130
  • Textile Mills, " Varatio " Variable Speed Gear in, Variable Power Transmissions, Ltd., 520
  • Thrashing Machines, Rd. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 34
  • Timber Research, 517
  • Torsional Impact, Shaft Stresses Duo to, W. A. Taplin, 112
  • Tractor Binder, Massey-Harris, 87
  • Tractor, " Suffolk Punch " Heavy Duty Steam, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 63
  • " Tracktrailer " Fitted with " Orolo Track Units, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd.. 87
  • Trolley Omnibuses, 152
  • Trolley, 120-Ton Railway. for the Great
  • Western Railway Company, 48
  • Truck, 1-Ton Petrol-driven Factory, 182
  • Turbine Failures, Steam " Vulcan," 04

V

  • VALVE, Self-draining Stop, 491
  • " Varatio " Variable-spoed Gear in Textile
  • Mills, Variable Power Transmissions, Ltd.,
  • 520

W

  • WAGON, 6-Ton Steam, Fodens, Ltd., 62
  • Wagon, Six-wheeled Steam, Fodens, Ltd., 648
  • Warehouse Truck, A 5-Ton, J. Collis and Sons, * Ltd., 715
  • Water Cooling in the Printing Trade, 129
  • Water Penetration Effects in Lead-sheathed
  • Power Cables, 115
  • Water Research, Subterranean, 506
  • Waters, London, Report on, 195, 230
  • Workshops, New Type of Flooring for, 577

X

  • X-RAY Crystal Analysis in Engineering, Dr. V.
  • E. Pullin on, 2 (Supplement, July 4th, 1930)

Supplements

  • BRADFORD Power Station, Super-pressure
  • Boiler for (Two-page Supplement, September 5th, 1930)
  • Britannia Works of Hopkinsons, Ltd., Huddersfield (Supplement, July 18th, 1930)
  • Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, Renewal of (Supplement, December 5th, 1930)
  • Perak River Hydro-electric Power Scheme (Two-page Supplement, August 22nd, 1930)
  • THE METALLURGIST, July 25th, August 29th,
  • September 26th, October 31st, November 28th. December 26th
  • X-ray Crystal Analysis in Engineering, Dr. V. E. Pullin (Supplement, July 4th, 1930)

Miscellaneous

A

  • Accuracy of Gear Teeth, 516, 517
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • Aerial View of Part of the Port of Halifax, 396
  • Aerial View of Tilbury Landing Stage,
  • Customs House, and Railway Station, 28
  • Aero-engines, Air-cooled, A Review of
  • Developments in the Past Ten Years,
  • A. H. R. Feddon, 18
  • Aircraft Exhibition in Paris, 629
  • Airplane Factory in Canada, 510
  • Air Ports, Oil-paved Runways for, J. A. Herlihy. 260
  • " R 101 " Disaster, 395, 400, 401
  • " R 101 " and the Altimeter, Colonel Sir
  • Gordon Hearn, 589
  • .1N Apology. 678
  • .\iialysim, -ray Crystal, in Engineering, 2
  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :
  • 117, 145, 249, 275, 534, 629, 703
  • Cold Storage at Coke Works, 629
  • Cleveland's New Joint Station, 145
  • Concrete Crib 11,taining Walls, 629
  • Concrete Hauled to Place of US43, 275
  • Drainage Water for Irrigation, 249
  • Engineering in the Theatre, 534
  • Gas Engines of 6000 kW at South Chicago, 117
  • Gas and Oil Pipe Lines, 275
  • Heat Resistant Cast Iron, 703
  • High-pressure Locomotives, 249
  • Hopper Dredger with Screening Plant, 534
  • Hydro-electric Generators for Russia. 629
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, New, 629
  • New Portland Cement Works in Texas, 145
  • Power-operated Wedges for Coal Mining, 275
  • Pulverised Pitch for Fuel, 117
  • Railway Electrification, 703
  • Rural Electrification, 145
  • Salt. Wells and Mines, 275
  • Self-unloading Steamers on the Great Lakes, 145
  • Steel Arch Bridge, 1652ft. Span, 275
  • Testing 'Welds, 703
  • Use of Treated Timber, 534
  • Ventilation for Railway Cars, 703
  • Welded Steel Buildings, 629
  • ARMOURING for Road Surfaces, Est ler
  • Brothers, Ltd., 660
  • Ash-handling Plant at Brighton, Ash Company
  • (London), LW., 504
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • Preeidential Addrvam, E. Windeler,
  • Thermal Progress, 436
  • Selection and Treatment of Gear Materials,
  • Francis W. Rowe, 622
  • Stored Energy, Julius Frith and F. Bucking.
  • ham, 478
  • Visit to the British Oxygen Company's
  • Works at Trafford Park, 398
  • Association, British, for the Advancement of
  • Science :
  • SECTION F. ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND
  • STArtsrics :
  • Costing in Industry and Agriculture, Remarks of Mr. A. Cathleen during Discussion,
  • 366
  • SECTION G. ENCIINEERINU
  • 273. 285, 286
  • Opening Meeting, Interdependence of Science
  • and Engineering, Presidential Address, Sir
  • Ernest Moir, 273, 285, 302
  • Air-cooled Aero-engines, Mr. C. F. Abell, 285
  • Consumption of Fuel in Locomotive Practice,
  • Sir Henry Fowler, 277, 333
  • Design and Construction of H.M.A. " R 100,"
  • Mr. 14. N. Wallis, 303
  • Earth Pressures and Stresses in Overstrained
  • Materials, Interim Reports Presented by
  • Professor W. Cramp, 365
  • High-speed Heavy Oil Engine, Dr. S. J.
  • Davies and Mr. E. Gillen, 286
  • Obscured Fundamentals in Electricity Supply,
  • A. L. Stanton and T. Stevens, 333
  • Report of Committee on Electrical Terms and
  • Definitions, Presented by Professor F. G.
  • Bally, 365
  • Structural Steel Design and Regulations,
  • J. S. Wilson, 364
  • Theory and Experiment in Structural
  • Design, Professor C. Bathe, 364
  • Trend of Airship Construction, Discussion,
  • 303
  • Turbulence in Petrol Engines, Messrs. T. F.
  • Hurley and R. Cook, 285
  • Use of High Steam Pressures and Temperature in the Generation of Power, G. A.
  • Orrok, 333, 340
  • SECTIONS G AND I :
  • Discussion, Air Pressure Variations Encountered in Engineering Works and their
  • Physiological Effects, 302
  • SECTION J, PSYCHOLOCY :
  • Industrial Psychology, Dr. C. S. Myers, F.R.S., 386
  • Association, British Engineers' :
  • Current Affairs, Sir Gilbert C. V , 461
  • Association, Canadian Good Roads
  • Convention, 395
  • Association of Diesel Engine Users :
  • Award for Best Paper Presented, 23
  • Institute of Fuel :
  • Annual Dinner, 460
  • Conference, Economical Use of Fuel in Large
  • Power Stations, 373. 377
  • Industrial Uses of Fuel Oil, I Lubbock, 490
  • Presidential Address, Sir David Milne-Watson, 675
  • Symposium, Papers on Fuel Problems in the
  • Mercantile Marine, by Starry 13. Freeman,
  • Dr. W. M. Meijer, and Mr. W. J. Muller, 521
  • VISITS :
  • Barking Power Station, 373
  • Greenwich Fuel Research Station, 376
  • NORTII-WVITERN SECTION :
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coal, Discussion on
  • Proposed British Standard Specification,
  • 4311
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • Ai I 1.73IN MEEll t; AT PRAGUE
  • 306, 344, 360, 408
  • Analysis of Basic Slag and the Representation of their Composition in a Triangular
  • Diagram, Professor Atkar Quadrat, 360
  • Heterogeneity of an Ingot Made by the
  • Hermet Process, Dr. A. Kriz, 306
  • High-frequency Steel Furnaces, D. F. Campbell, 362
  • Open-hearth Furnace Steel Works, H. C. Wood, 360
  • Permanence of Dimensions Under Stress at
  • Elevated Temperatures, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 345
  • Performance of Dimensions Under Stress at
  • Elevated Temperatures, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 408
  • What Reasons Compelled the Prague Ironworks to Introduce Thin-walled Blast-furnaces ? Ing. Dr. J. &trek, 344
  • AUTUMN MENTINO IN PRAUUE. VISITS
  • likoda Works, Pilsen, 362
  • Trinec Works of the Czechoslovak Mining
  • and Ironworks Company, 345
  • Vitkovice Mines, Steel and Ironworks Corporation, Vitkovice Works, 404
  • Institute of Marine Engineers:
  • Tubes for High-pressure Water-tube Boilers,
  • S. F. Dorey, 566, 572, 600
  • Institute of Metals :
  • Autunm Meeting at Southampton and in
  • France, Programme, 88
  • Autumn Meeting at Southampton, 284, 291,
  • 317, 335
  • Aeronautical Industry, The Use of Non-ferrous Metals in the, Professor D. Hanson,
  • 291
  • Artitirial Ageing of Duralumin and Super-Dorahunin, Dr. K. L. Meissner, 319
  • Effects of Two Years' Atmospheric Exposure
  • on Breaking Load of Hard-drawn Non-ferrous Wires, Inc. J. C. Hudson, 335
  • Gas Removal and Grain Refinement of
  • Aluminium Alloys, Dr. W. Rosenhain,
  • J. D. Grogan and T. H. Schofield, 317
  • Lett ice Distortion as a Factor in the Harden.
  • ing of Metals, W. L. Fink and K. R. Von
  • Horn, 319
  • Pressure Die-cast Aluminium Alloy Test
  • Pieces, J. D. Grogan, 318
  • Silicon-copper Alloys and Siticon-numganese-copper Alloys, Dr. E. Voce, 335
  • Silicon-zinc Alloy, New, E. Vaders, 335
  • Study of the Relation Between Macro and
  • icrost met ure of some Non-ferrous Alloys,
  • Dr, Mario Gayler, 319
  • Use of Non-ferrous Metals in the Aeronautical Industry, Professor D. Hanson,
  • 291
  • Visits to Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton, Portsmouth Dockyard, and Supermarine Aviation Works at Hythe and
  • Woolston, 310
  • Institute of Transport;
  • Transport Problems, Presidential Address,
  • The Hon. Sir Arthur Stanley, 423
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • SU1L1111Vr Visit, 23
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • High-pressure Reactions, Professor W. A.
  • Bone, 537
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Presidential Address, Sir George W. Humphreys, London's Engineering Problems,
  • 502
  • Opening Out of Cofton Tunnel, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, R. T. McCallum.
  • 565
  • October Examinations, 1930, Pass List
  • (Interim), 568
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Presidential Adds., 1 C. Paterson, 476
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in
  • Scotland (Incorporated) ;
  • Industrial Conditions, Col. Sir James Lithgow, 398
  • Institution, junior, of Engineers :
  • Development of the Bridge, S. J. Crispin, 406
  • Institution of Locomotive Engineers :
  • Road Transport, Presidential Address, H.
  • Kolway Bambor, 377
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • " Charter " Dinner, 469
  • Coefficients of Heat Transfer from Tube to
  • Water, A. Eagle and R. M. Ferguson, 605
  • Effect of Metallic Coating upon Fatigue,
  • R. H. D. Barklie and H. J. Davies, 670
  • Excerpts from the Address by the President,
  • Loughnan St. L. Pondred, 447
  • Hawksley, Thomas, Lecture, Machinery of the
  • Earth, Professor J. W. Gregory, 532
  • Heat Transfer from Tube to Water, Albert
  • Eagle and R. M. Ferguson, 596
  • Manufacture of Sheet Glass, Professor W. E.
  • S. Turner, 657
  • X-Rays in Engineering Practice, Dr. V. E.
  • Pullin, 682, 686
  • Summit MEETING AT BRISTOL :
  • Air-cooled Aero-engines : A Review of Dove.
  • lopments in the Past Ten Years, A. H. R.
  • Foddon, 18
  • VISITS TO WORKS:
  • Bristol Aeroplane Company, Fitton, 5
  • Bristol Corporation Electric Generating
  • Station, Port isheaci, 31
  • Bristol, Port of. Authority, 5
  • Bristol Waterworks Company. 5
  • Fry, J. S., and Sons, Somerdale, 5
  • Gloucester Railway Caniage and Wagon Company, Ltd., Gloucester, 6
  • Great Western Railway Company. Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Works, Swindon, 31
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd.. Dursley,
  • Petters Ltd.. Westland Works, Yeovil, 32
  • Sisson, W.. and Co., Gloucester, 31
  • Spencer (Melkshamt, Ltd., Melksham, 31
  • Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Bath, 6
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Chipponham, 6
  • 'Wills, W. D. and H. 0., 5
  • NORTH•WEST BRANCH :
  • Annual Dinner, 663
  • Some Considerations Affecting Future Development of the Steam Cycle, K. Baumann,
  • 518, 538, 544
  • YORKSHIRE BRANCH :
  • Chairman's Address, Obsolescence and
  • Organisation, Major F. L. Watson, 710
  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • Ninety-first General Meeting at Birmingham,
  • Programme, 19
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Performance of Two Vessels with Electric
  • Transmission Gear, W. J. Betsey, 154
  • Summer Meeting at Liverpool, 59, 84
  • Cargo Ships and Dock Equipment, R. T.
  • Wilton, 85
  • Economics of Cargo Liners, Hon. L. H.
  • Crippe, 60, 72
  • Mechanisation of Airship Handling, Major
  • G. H. Scott, 61
  • Ship Performance and Rudder Effect, W. H.
  • Woolnough and Dr. A. M. Robb, 84
  • Virtual Mass of Ship Models, Professor T. B.
  • Abell, 85
  • Wind Resistance of Ships, G. Hughes. 85
  • Visits and Social Events, 86
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers arid
  • Shipbuilders
  • Presidential A i i rem, J. McGovern, The Shipbuilding 11.,111t ry, 492
  • Institution of Structural Engineers :
  • Presidential Address, R. H. Harry Stanger,
  • The Art, of Concrete Making, 491
  • Society, American, of Civil Engineers :
  • Civil Engineering, New Journal, 568
  • Society, American, of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Cemented Tungsten Carbide as Applied to
  • Cutting Tools, L. J. St. Clair, 715
  • Society, Newcomen :
  • Fire • extinguishing Engines in England, 1625-1725, Rhys Jenkins, 686
  • Old Cornish Mining Terms, A. Titley, 713
  • Society, Royal Aeronautical :
  • Akroyd-Stuart Memorial Lecture, Origin and
  • Development of Heavy Oil Aero-engines, D. R. Pye, 705
  • AUSTRALIAN-BUILT Floating Dock, 449, 466
  • Automatic Loom, Platt -Toyoda, 644, 645, 652

B

  • BATTERSEA Power Station, 550, 592
  • Battersea Power Station and Sulphur, 592
  • Board of Educator, Science Awards, 660
  • Boiler Circulation, Owens Boiler Circulator,
  • Ltd., 575
  • Bradford Power Station, Super-pressure Boiler
  • for, 244, 254, 278, 279 (Suppirment, September 51h, 1930)
  • High-pressure Water-tube Boiler Developments at Renfrew Works of Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 366
  • ' Super Lancashire " Boiler, D. Adamson and Co., Ltd.. 321
  • Boilers of the " King George V.," 367
  • Books of Reference, 183, 619
  • Booster Pumps for Oil Gas, General Oil Gas Corporation, Now York City, 508
  • Brake Testing Machine, Bendix-Parrot Brakes, Ltd., 549
  • Brick-making Process, Automatic High-speed,
  • Vimax Machinery Company, Ltd., 370, 379
  • BRIDGES :
  • 'Esthetics in Metal Bridge Designs. W.
  • Nelson Elgood, 256
  • Bascule Bridge at Great Yarmouth, 558, 570
  • Halifax Harbour Bridge, 310
  • Hudson River Bridge, The, 110, 122
  • Railway Bridge, Quick Replacement of, at
  • Carr-lane, Liverpool, 491
  • Renewal of Folkestone Harbour Swing
  • Bridge, 614, 624
  • St. Lawrence Bridge, New, 131 •
  • Shifting Bridge Piers in the U.S.A., 307
  • Steel Arch, 1652ft. Span, of Kill van Kull
  • Bridge, 660
  • Sydney Harbour, 10, 12, 40, 17
  • BRITISH Chemical Standard Bronze "
  • 113raaa) " B." 293
  • British Engineering Industry, Realities and
  • Problems, 632
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • British k"liotilical Standard " "
  • (Brass) 13," 293
  • British Standard Conversion Tables, 47
  • Rationalisation in the 'roil and Stool
  • Industry, Appointment of Committeo, 622
  • Specifications :
  • Attachment of Circular Metal Cutting Saws,
  • 289
  • Bronze Wire and Cadiniuin Copper Wire, 663
  • Carbon Filament Glow Lamps, 8$
  • Colours for Ready-mixed Paints, 537
  • Derrick and Travelling Jib Cranes, 183
  • Electric Cable Soldering Sockets, 133
  • ',Manche Type Primary Cells, 351
  • Non-ferrous Metals, 88
  • Performance of Desk Type Electric Fans, 17
  • Porcelain Insulators for Power Lines, 635
  • Roofing Tiles, 717
  • Short-link Wrought Iron Crane Chain, 2811
  • Steel Forgings, Blooms and Castings, 289
  • Steel Gas Cylinders, 537
  • Symmetrical Light Distributions from Lighting Fittings (B.S.& No. 398, 1930), 423
  • Tungsten Filament Electric Lamps, 463
  • Wheel Rims and Tiro Bands fur Automobiles, 678
  • Wrought Light Aluminium Alloy Sheets and
  • Tubes, 289
  • BRITISH and Asiatic Engineers, C. A. Midill,..
  • ton Smith, 391
  • Broadcasting Station for Warsaw, Poland, 4006
  • Bruckmann, Dipl.-Ing., Recent Drag-line Excavator Practice in Germany, 388-391
  • BUILDING EXHIBITION, OLYMPIA : 347, 378
  • Builders Hoist. Stothert and Pitt. Ltd., 379
  • Chain and Chisel Mortising Machine, Wadkin and Co., 378
  • Combined Planing and Thicknessing Machine, Wadkin and Co., 278
  • Concrete Mixer, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 378
  • Concrete Mixer, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 379
  • Concrete Mixer, Millers' Machinery Company. Ltd., 348
  • Concrete Mixer, Ransomer' and Rapier, Ltd., 378
  • Cross-cutting and Trenching Machine, Wadkin and Co., 378
  • Electric Drive Tenoning Machine, Wadkin and Co., 378
  • Electrically Driven Vert ieal-spindle Moulder, 378
  • Fencing Wire, Penfold Fencing, Ltd., 347
  • Models of Cranes, Butters Brothers and Co., 378
  • Mortising Machine, J. Sagan and Co., Ltd. 379
  • Paint-mixing and Grinding Machines, Grinding, Mixing and Separating Company, Ltd., 347
  • Pug Mill for Brickworks, H. and E. Liutott, 347
  • Pump, Portable, for Lifting and Forcing
  • Purposes, Winget, Ltd., 347
  • Saw, Canting-spindle Dimension, Wadkin and Co., 378
  • Other Exhibits, 379

C

  • CALANDRIA Vacuum Pans. Inclined, Mirrlees
  • Watson Company, Ltd., 410
  • CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :
  • 19. 102, 131), 2:15, 289, 310, 5110, 578, 680
  • Aids for teal Industry, 131
  • Alberta Bituminous Sands, 579
  • Alcoa Power Plant, 860
  • .Ammonium Sulphate, 310
  • Another Nickel Plant, 579
  • Asbestos, 310
  • Automatic Train Line Couplings, 660
  • Big Barking Plant, 510
  • Big Flotation Mill, 235
  • Big Seaboard Power Plant. 1(02
  • Bounty on Iron Ore, 19
  • Briquetting Plant, 578
  • Buildin; Insulation, 510
  • Canada a Fiscal Policy, 130
  • Canada's Now Seaport City, 510
  • CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS (continued):
  • Canadian Machinery, 103
  • ('anal, Work on the Beauharnois. 103
  • Chemical Industry Progress, 102
  • Chemists to Join Forces, 131
  • Coal, 454
  • Coking Plant, 19
  • Creosoting Plant to be Increasml, 578
  • Electricity on Prairies, 289
  • Experiment with Cobalt Ores, 289
  • Fertiliser Plant, New, 103
  • Fertiliser Plants, Advanced, 19
  • Flin Flon Starts Production, 510
  • Gas Project for South-Western Ontario, 660
  • Halifax Harbour Bridge, 310
  • Huge Natural Gas Projects, 289
  • Improvement of Montreal Waterworks, 310
  • Increased Grain Storage, 131
  • International Nickel Operations, 310
  • Labour Problems, 578
  • Large Airplane Factory, 510
  • Lignite Coal Developments. 102
  • Michipicoten Coal Dock, 19
  • Mine Head Electric Plant, 103
  • Mining Laboratory, 579
  • New Aid to Navigation, 310
  • New Dock and Fertiliser Plant, 131
  • Now Means of Communication, 454
  • New Reaper Thresher, 131
  • New St. Lawrence Bridge, 131
  • New Tube Mill, 660
  • Ontario's Iron Deposits, 289
  • Ontario's Mineral Output, 102
  • Ontario Radium Deposit, 660
  • Petrol, New Source of, 103
  • Petroleum, 660
  • Plans for Steel Plant, 131
  • Power Plant Planned for Toronto, 235
  • Progress at Churchill, 578
  • Proposed Big Smelter, 131
  • Railway Car Heating, 454
  • Railway Extensions, 19
  • Railway Link in British Columbia nearing
  • Completion, 510
  • " It 100's " Visit to Canada, 19
  • Rubber Industry, 235
  • Sodium Sulphate, 660
  • Ton Engines for the C.P.R., 131
  • Timber. Treating 100ft, 102
  • Train Telephone Service, 060
  • Transmission Lines, 578
  • Transportation, 510
  • Tube Mill at New Toronto, 600
  • Use for Cedar Waate, 454
  • Vancouver's Municipal Airport Opened. 578
  • Western Peat Resources, 310
  • NAL. Proposed Chignecto, 280
  • c,,rtridge Cases, Manufacture of S.A.A., F.
  • Adcock, 668
  • Castle Nut, Novel, 577
  • Catalogues. 23, 61, 77, 105, 133, 159, 265, 325,
  • 464, 553, 691, 717
  • Centenary of Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 315
  • Citroon Kegresse Petrol Tractor, 339
  • Conerel e. Bonding New Concrete to Old, 393
  • c..nerete Pipe-testing Machine, 323
  • Constant-current Electric Driving on the
  • Austin System, 704
  • Contracts, 20. 77, 105, 133, 159. 185, 213, 239,
  • 295, 325. 383. 413, 439, 472, 49.5, 525, 553,
  • 584, 609, 635, 663, 689. 719
  • Control Gear. Electric, Laurence Scott and
  • Electrometers, Ltd., 714
  • Copper Smelting Practice, 394
  • Crane. 5-Ton Overhead Travelling, with Ball
  • Bearings, J. Adamson and Co., '236
  • Crane, 5-Ton Portal, Operated by an Oil Engine,
  • Jos. Booth and Bros., Ltd., 44, 45
  • Crane, Light Locomotive, for Ash Handling,
  • 102
  • Current Affairs, Address by Sir Gilbert C. Vylo
  • to the British Engineers' Association, 451
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 24, 52. 78.
  • 106, 135, 169, 180, 214, 240, 266, 296, 326.
  • 354, 384, 414, 440, 470, 496, 526, 564, 582,
  • 010, 636, 664, 692, 720
  • Cutting Tests with Cemented Tungsten-carbide Lathe Tools, T. G. Digges, 247

D

  • DAVIT, '11w Barclay, Union-Castle Motor Liner "Winchestor Castle," 425
  • Demonstrations of Rifle Performance, 320
  • Depth Sounding Recorder on Union-Castle Motor Liner "Winchester Castle." 425
  • Derailments of Express Locomotives, 307
  • Detroit River Tunnel, Opening in November, 349
  • Devices for Handling Awkward Heavy Articles, Transporting Machinery Company, Ltd., 261
  • Die Casting Practice, Modern, E. V. Pannell, 168, 193
  • Dionic Water Tester, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 350
  • Disposal of Refuse in France by the Beccari Process, 6
  • Drill, Four-cylinder Rotary Pneumatic, Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 632
  • I)nnstou " B " Power Station, Equipment of, 426
  • Duranty, Walter, Notes on a Tour in Turkestan, 450
  • Dust Arrester, New, 71.5
  • Dynamometer Cars at the International Agricultural Tractor Trials at Ardington. 308, 309

E

  • EFFECTS of Phosphorus ue the Strength of
  • Admiralty Gun-Metal, H. C. Dews, 336
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS
  • Electric Control Gear. Laurence Scott and
  • Electrometers, Ltd., 714
  • Electrical Control Gear, Mining, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 546
  • Electric Scoreboanls at Wimbledon, Robert
  • A. Smith, 145
  • Electricity Supply and Flue Gases, 394
  • General Electrification of France, 246
  • Generation of Electricity, 492
  • Heavy Duty Butt Flash Welding Machines,
  • A.E.0 540
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :
  • High-tension Line Protection by the Petersen
  • Arc Suppressor, 126
  • Magnetic Separation and Sieving of Foundry
  • Sand, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 630
  • Melbourne Tramways, Mercury Arc Rectifier
  • Equipment for the, 655
  • Modern Switehgear, A. Iteyrolle and Co. Ltd.. 675
  • Network Boxes, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 622
  • New Type of Terminal Bushing for Extra
  • High Tension, 407
  • Past and Present Electrical Work at Chelmsford, Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 434
  • Protection of Alternating-current Generators. 138, 164, 194
  • Resistance But t Welding in Shipyards, 716
  • Single-phase Repulsion Start Induction Motors, 649
  • 62.500•kVA Turbo-generators at Goldenburg
  • Power Station, Germany. 144, 14$
  • Summation Metering Equipment, Ferranti, Ltd., 628
  • Terminal Bushing for Extra High Tension,
  • New Typo of, 407
  • Turbo-generators. 62,500-kVA, Goldenburg
  • Power Station, Germany, 144, 148
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
  • Oil Engine, Airless Injection Cold Starting
  • Horizontal, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 32
  • Oil Engine, Four-cylinder Vertical, Aveting
  • and Porter, Ltd.. 86
  • Heavy Oil•engined Locomotive for Plantation Service, Avonside Engine Company,
  • Ltd., 223
  • Oil Engine, Low-pressure High-speed, Oil
  • Motors, Ltd., 45
  • Marine Oil Engine, 2140 B.H.P. Double-acting Two-stroke, The Jorgensen, 232,
  • 233
  • 95 B.H.P. High-speed Oil Engine for Road
  • Transport Work, Associated Equipment
  • Company, Ltd., 507
  • Oil Engine, 1000 B.H.P. Vis-a-Vis Horizontal for Fen Pumping, Premier Gas
  • Engine Company, Ltd., 620, 621 ; (Erra
  • turn), 678
  • Oil Engine, 70-77 B.H.P.
  • Vertical Heavy, Davey, Paxman and Co.,
  • Ltd., 87
  • Oil Engines, Junkers Design Opposed-piston
  • Heavy, 258. 288
  • Englesson. Elov, Pitting in Water Turbines,
  • 418-421
  • EXCAVATOR Practice in Germany, Recent
  • Drag-line, DipL-Ing. Bruckmann, 388-391
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • Aircraft Exhibition in Paris, 629
  • International Motor Exhibition at Olyinpis,,
  • 431
  • Marine Exhibition in Paris, 396
  • Model Envitmer Exhibition, 277
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition,
  • January. 1931, 678
  • Wireless Exhibition at Olympia, 334

F

  • FERRANTI, Ltd., Summation Metering Equipment, 628
  • Fire Engine, 35-40 H.P. Motor, Merryweather
  • and Sons. Ltd., 88
  • Fire Fighting Appliances, Three New, Merry•
  • weather and Sons, Ltd., 98
  • Floating Dock. An Australian-built, 449, 466
  • Flowing Water, J. M. Lacey, 218
  • Flue Gases, Electric Supply and Cleansing of.
  • 394
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 26, 54, 80, 108, 138, 162, 188, 216. 242, 268, 297, 328, 356, 386, 416, 442, 472, 498, 528, 556, 584, 612, 638,
  • 666, 694, 722
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • 25, 53, 79, 107, 135, 161, 187, 215, 241, 267, 297, 327, 355, 385, 415, 441, 471, 497, 527,
  • 556, 583, 611, 637, 665, 093, 721,
  • Aeroplane Accidents, 267
  • African Railway Construction, 637
  • Airship Disaster, 441
  • Alsace Canal, The, 135
  • Claude Power Scheme, 25, 187, 415
  • Coal. 637
  • Colonial Anthracite, 693
  • Colonial Exhibition. 267
  • Concorde Bridge, The, 161
  • Continental Combine, 471
  • Costs, 215
  • Cruiser, " Dupleix," 441
  • Electrical Distribution, 327
  • Energy from the Rhine, 583
  • Engineers' Status, 297
  • Falling Prices, 135
  • Flood Protection, 161, 637
  • Flood Reservoirs, 611
  • Foreign Capital, 241
  • Foreign Trade, 107
  • Fremont, Charles, The Late, 241
  • German Coal. 385
  • Harbour Works, 441
  • Inland Waterways, 527
  • International Unions, 527
  • Iron and Steel Production, 187, 555
  • Irrigation and Power, 107
  • Labour Agitation, 187
  • Labour Doubles, 267
  • Lille an Inland Port, 721
  • Local Railways, 583
  • Lyons Air Port, 693
  • Miners' Strike, 3511
  • Motor Barges. 665
  • Motor Car Industry, 555
  • Motor Cars. 25, 187
  • Motor Coaches, 611
  • Navy, The, 471, 665
  • New Liner, 297
  • New Paris Terminus, 79
  • Nord Terminus, 135
  • Northern Canal, 297
  • Omnibuses and Tramways, 497
  • Paris Sewage, 215
  • Plougastel Bridge, 415
  • Four -wheel-driven Tractor, Latil Industrial
  • Vehicles, Ltd., 339
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued)
  • Public Works, 53, 527, 011
  • Railway Accident, 415
  • Railway Accidents, 527
  • Railway Deficits, 25, 497
  • Railway Disasters, 611
  • Railway Enterprise, 497
  • Railway Signalling, 355
  • Railway Speeds, 53
  • Refuse Disposal, 187, 327
  • Reinforcement Tubes, 241
  • Road Construction, 355
  • Road Engineering, 215
  • Rolling Stock, 79
  • Rolling Stock Costs, 135
  • Rural Electrification, 721
  • Russian Anthracite, 79
  • Sautet Dam, 327
  • Sea Water Power, 471, 555
  • Seventeenth-century Ship, 385
  • Shipbuilders' Union, 037
  • Shipbuilding, 25, 107, 187, 583, 665
  • Shipbuilding Material, 267
  • Smoke Consumption, 415
  • Social Charges, 53
  • Steel Cartel, 297, 441, 497
  • Steel Comptoir, 53, 11)7
  • Steel Consumption, 441
  • Steel Prices, 79
  • Steel Production, 355, 693
  • Steel Trade, 161
  • Steel and Engineering Trades, 327
  • Steel Trade Disorganisation, 415
  • Trade Reforms, 555
  • Trade Situation, 241, 385, 065
  • Trade Tendencies, 721
  • Trans-Pyrenees Railway, 107
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 637
  • Wages, 471
  • Wages Reduction, 583
  • Wagon Builders' Union, 297
  • Wagon Cartel, 385
  • Water Congress, 53
  • Wreck Explosion, 693
  • FUEL Oil Tractor, Marshall, Sows and Co., Ltd. 338
  • Fusion Welding of Pressure Vessels, 393

G

  • Gas Compressor, Seven-stage, Sulzer Brothers, 118
  • Gas Lighting, Early Days of. P. G. Crocroft, 616, 642

H

  • HACKSAW Blades, Manufacture of " Eclipse," 312, 316
  • Hearn, Colonel Sir Gordon, " It 101 " and the Altimeter, 589
  • Heating and Drying of Granular Materials by
  • Convection, W. Gilbert, 590, 530, 574, 587, 617, 640
  • High-pressure Water-tube Boiler Developments at Renfrew Works of Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 366
  • Hofherr Schrantz - Clayton - Sbuttleworth 30
  • H.P. Tractor, 339
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme. Perak River, 190, 191, 292, 220, 228, 250, 251
  • Hydro Thermal Tidal Power Scheme, Paul Shishkotl, 330, 358

I

  • INTERNATIONAL. Agricultural Tractor Trials
  • at Ardington, 308, 309, 337
  • INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR CONCRETE AND REINFORCED CONCRETE AT LIEGE
  • A Study of Plain and Reinforced Cotn
  • Retaining Walls, Ewart S. Andrews, 397
  • Architecture of Concrete, Professor Beresford Pito, 397
  • Colonial Uses of Concrete, 397
  • Composition, Mixing, Methods of Application
  • of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete as
  • Used in the Yards and the Control of Same,
  • Major T. R. Gregson, 397
  • Effect of Temperature on Flat Arches Constructed of Reinforced Concrete, C. S. Gray, 397
  • Exeeritnents on Anchoring Hooks at the
  • kinds of Reinforced Bars for Concrete, Dr. Wyss, 397
  • Notes on the Taste Made on the Reinforced Concrete Bridge in Rue la Fazette in Paris,
  • Monsieur Lanes, 397
  • Piles, J. McCarthy, 397
  • Reinforced Concrete in Great Britain, Kirkwood Dodds, 397
  • Results of Measurements of Deformation and.
  • Tensions of Mushroom Floor Slabs, Professor Ros and Dr. Eichinger, 397
  • Some Notes on the Composition, Mixing and
  • Application of Concrete in Engineering
  • Works, C. S. Jaekaman, 397
  • Stresses in Dams, S. D. Carothers, 397
  • Structural Tests on Models by Begg's
  • Method, J. Blazek, 397
  • Temperature and Cement, Dr. Oscar Faber,
  • 397
  • 'rest Measurements on the Arlington Memorial Bridge at Washington, D.C., Mr.
  • Fishburn, 397
  • Work of the Building Research Station on
  • Small Movements in Concrete, Dr. W. H.
  • Granville, 397
  • Visits and Entertainments, 397
  • INTERNATIONAL Congress of Mines, Metallurgy and Applied Geology at Liége, 10
  • International " Farman " Tractor, International Harvester Company, of Great
  • Britain, Ltd., 337
  • INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA :
  • 428, 431, 452, 479, 508
  • Double Six 40-SO H.P. Chassis, Daimler COM.
  • pally. 479
  • INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXHIBITION AT
  • OLYMPIA (continued) :
  • 11.8 11.P. Six-cylinder Car, " Scorpion "
  • Triumph Company. 481
  • 40-50 H.1). Car, Phantom II.," Rolls-Royce,
  • 428, 431
  • Further Devolopments in Saloon Car, Trojan.
  • Ltd., 480
  • Improvements to Standard Typos of Cars,
  • Riley Company, 479
  • New Transmission System for Cars. Daimler
  • Company, 479
  • 19.7 H.P. Engine, " Vortic " Car, Hillman Company, 481
  • " Silver Eagle " Car, Alvis Company, 479
  • Six-cylinder Engine, " Morris Major," 481
  • Six-cylinder Saloon, " Morris Isis." 481
  • Six-wheeled Limousine, Crossley Motors,
  • 428, 434
  • 16 H.P. Car, Six-cylinder Saloon, Improvements to, Standard Company, 428, 434
  • 16-50 H.P. Car, Sectional Views of Engine.
  • Gear-box, Front and Back Axles. Humber
  • Company., 432, 433
  • Supercharging Adopted on Each Engine,
  • British Mercedes-Benz Company, 479
  • 10 H.P. Car, Rover Company, Ltd., 481
  • 30 H.P. Chassis, Invieta Company, 480
  • 20 H.P. Car, " Ranelagh " Limousine, Alterations to, Austin Motor Company, 428, 433
  • 20-25 H.P. Chassis, Various New Features,
  • Rolls-Royce, 431
  • 10 H.P. Car, Singer Company, 481
  • 12-50 H.P. Four-cylinder Car, Alvis Company, 479
  • Accessories :
  • Air Compressors for Motor Car Garages, 482
  • Air-cooled Air Compressing Plant, Romac
  • Motor Accessories, Ltd., 482
  • Air Filter and Air Silencer, Smith, Frank and
  • Co., 482
  • Bendix Brakes, Bendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd..
  • 481
  • Duo Servo Brakes, Ilendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., 481
  • Fluid Fly-wheel and Self-changing Gear-box,
  • Daimler Company, 479
  • 1-kW Lighting Set, Boulton awl Paul. Ltd., 508
  • Pump, Electrically Operated Petrol, S.V. Company. 482
  • Pump, Mechanically Operated, Amalgamated
  • Carburotters, Ltd., 482
  • Thief-proof " Petromag " Lock Tap, Ross,
  • Courtney and Co., Ltd., 482
  • Sumo other Exhibits, 510
  • Motor Boats :
  • 481t. Express Cruiser, Thornycroft, .1. 1., and
  • Co.. Ltd., 453
  • 19ft. Colonial Runabout Boat, Brooke, J. W.,
  • and Co.. Ltd., 452, 453
  • Marine Oil Engine Section
  • 57 13.H.P. Marino Engine, Norris, Henty and
  • Gardners. Ltd., 452, 453
  • 5 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Engine, Brooke, J. W..
  • and Co.. Ltd., 453
  • 40 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine,
  • Wiseman, Alfred, Ltd., 509
  • 42 B.H.P. " Acro " Heavy Oil Engine, Ailsa
  • Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 452, 454
  • 9 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, Thornycroft,
  • J. I., and Co., Ltd., 452, 453
  • Opposed - piston Twin - cylinder Engine,
  • Coventry Victor Motor Company. Ltd.. 454
  • Outboard Engine, Weaver Patented Four-stroke, Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd., 464
  • 75 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, Thornycroft,
  • J. I.. and Co., Ltd., 452, 453
  • 60-80 H.P. Four-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine,
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 509
  • 34 B.H.P. Petrol-paraffin Marine Engine,
  • Dorman. W. H., and Co., Ltd., 508
  • 35 B.H.1'. Generator Set. Norris, Henty and
  • Gardners, Ltd., 452, 453
  • 28 H.P. Six-cylinder Engine, Re-designed,
  • Brooko, J. W., and ('o.. Ltd., 452, 453
  • 24-45 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Petrol-paraffin
  • Engine, Parsons Oil Engine Company.
  • Ltd., 509
  • 2i B.H.P. Outboard Motor, Stubbs, Joseph,
  • Ltd., 508
  • IRON AND STEEL
  • Iron and Steel Industry for British Columbia,
  • 210
  • Iron and Steel Industry on the Continent,
  • Report Prepared by National Federation
  • of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, 17
  • National Federation of iron and Steel Manufacturers, Report on Iron and Steel
  • Industry on the Continent, 17
  • Iron and Steel, Rail Rates on, by E. T. Good,

L

  • LABORATORIES, New Engineering, at University College, Nottingham, 70, 71
  • Lanz " Bulldog " Tractor, Heinrich Lanz Aktiengesellschaft, 338, 342
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 54, 108, 185, 265, 325, 410. 438, 469. 495, 525, 581, 635, 683, 719
  • LEADING ARTICLES :
  • Akroyd-Diesel Engines, 681
  • An Avoidable Railway Accident, 13
  • Automatic Train Control, 626
  • British Economic Mission to the Far East, 229
  • British Engineering Industries, 625
  • City Noises, 653
  • Commercial Possibilities of the Airship, 175
  • Conditions of Contract, 13
  • Continental Markets, 514
  • " Creep " Designing, 513
  • Dalmuir, 284
  • Destruction of the " R 101," 401
  • Diesel, 256
  • Electricity Tariffs, 123
  • Engineering in Germany, 571
  • F.B.I. and Tariff Reform, 430
  • Fixation of Carbon Dioxide, 95
  • Flowers in the Boiler Shop, 41
  • Foreign Tongues, 95
  • Foreign Trade and Costs, 203
  • LEADING ARTICLES (eon/in...0
  • Future of BMW' Roily, aye. 430
  • Grock." 709
  • Crowth of Civil Aviation, 485
  • High-premium Boiler Tubed, 599
  • High-pressure Steam at Bradford, 255
  • Higher Technical Education in Europe. 123
  • Hydraulic Engineering Progress in Enrols,.
  • 313
  • Imperial Conferenee, 371
  • Inspiration of Tradition. 41
  • Leisure, 313
  • Locomotive N. " 10,000," 149
  • Machinery of the Earth, 543
  • Measurement of Noise. 371
  • Motor Car Tendencisu Abroad, 129
  • Obeoleseence, 709
  • Of Museums, 681
  • Power from Warm Water, 457
  • Railway Accidents, 486
  • Railway Electrification in Italy, 571
  • Railway Position, 175
  • Railwaymen's Pay, 600
  • Report on London Waters, 204
  • Rival Systems of Pulverised Coal Burning,
  • 229
  • Suss cling of Cold, 343
  • small II arks and Large, 344
  • Teelmological Unemployment, 544
  • The Limit to Steam Temperature, 283
  • Trade Problems Abroad, 67
  • Two-fluid Cycles for Power Plants, 458
  • Wages and Prices, 149
  • Wages and Sheltered Industries, 4152
  • Waste in Industry, 653
  • W'orld's Electricity Supply, 67
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:
  • England, North of, 22, 50, 711, 104, 132, 158, 184, 212, 238, 264, 294, 324, 352, 382, 412, 438, 468, 494, 521, 552. 580. 608, 634, 662, 090, 718
  • Lancashire, 21, 19, 75, 103, 131, 157, 183, 211. 237, 263, 293, 323, 351, 381, 411, 437, 467, 493, 523, 551, 579, 607, 633, 061, 689, 717
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 21, 49, 75, 103, 131, 157, 183, 211, 237, 263. 293, 323, 351,
381, 411, 437,	467,	493,	523,	551,1179,		607,
633, 661, 689.	717					
  • Scotland, 23, 51, 77, 105, 133, 1.58, 185, 213,
239, 265. 295,	325,	353.	383.	413,	439,	469,
495, 525. 552.	581,	609,	634,	662,	691,	718
  • Sholtield, 22. 50, 76, 104, 132, 158, 184, 212,
  • 238, 264, 294, 324, 352. 382, 412, 438. 408,
  • 494, 524, 551, 580, 008. 034, 061, 090, 718
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties. 23, 51, 77,
105, 133. 159, 18A, 213, 239, 265, 295,						325,
353, 383, 413,	439.	469.	495,	525,	553.	581,
009. 635, 663,	691.	71 9				
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • Airship. mad Tropical Climates, H. N.
  • Boetchor, 537
  • British Engineering Industries, C. H.
  • Douglas, 647
  • China Trade, China Hand, 506
  • Cohesion, Thos. H. Webster. 260
  • Commercial Possibilities of the Airship,
  • X. Y. Z., 200
  • Concrete Roads and their Jointe. H. C. Johnson, 349
  • Cost of Helium, R. V. Southwell. 349
  • " Creep " Designing, A. C. Vivian, 537
  • Curse of Competitive Selling, A. F. Swaino,
  • 591
  • Dalmuir, Vista, 307
  • Diesel, John D. Troup, 275
  • Dividing the Circle, Ixion, 647, 703: .1.
  • Barton, 674 ; Dalgian, 674, 703 ; A. L.
  • Ryness, 674 ; E. A. G. S., 674
  • Electricity Tariffs, C. B. N., 108
  • Engineering Aid to Industry, Leonard
  • Andrew.. 564
  • Foreign Tongues, 31. C. Butler. 506 ; M.
  • Gossiesux. 478 ; E. S. Hodgson, 180, 395,
  • 506 ; Triferrie, 143 ; B. L. Voakuil. 478 ;
  • I.. A. Ware, 346
  • class Making, W. E. S. Turner, 019
  • High-pressure Locomotives, Dr.-Ing. Opitz,
  • 462 ; IV. A. Tuplin, 478
  • Inferiority Complex, Carhonizer, 647 ; Arthur
  • Duckham, 641 ; W. W. S,, 674
  • Land Marling Machines, George MacGregor,
  • 7
  • Leisure, Arthur Williamson, 348
  • Links in the History of the Locomotive,
  • C. R. K. 92
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway, H.
  • Holcroft, 673
  • Locomotive No. " 123," P. A. Hyde, 260
  • Locomotive No. " 10,000," C. F. Dendy
  • Marshall, 180
  • Loss of the " Captain," Octogenarian, 260
  • " Miss England'S " and Other High-speed
  • Propellers, F. Bamford, 42
  • Motor Cycle Engineering, W. E. Alcock, 536
  • Motor Ship " Tharold," Chicago Engineer.
  • 200
  • Power from Warm Water, Georges Claude, 564
  • Prentice. and College Workshops, R. W. Williams. 7
  • Railway Progress, J. G. G. Mules, 478
  • Recent Buffer Stop Accidents at Emit.),
  • R. Axon, 647
  • Ruck Drilling in Colombo Harbour. G. W.
  • Dodds, 180
  • Rural Electrification, James Monks, 260
  • Sag and Stresses in Overhead Wires. A. L. Galbraith. 563
  • Sags and Tensions in Overhead Wires, C. G. Watson, 702
  • Salvage of Waste, Boffm, 61
  • Sampling of Coal, George H. Willoek, 377
  • Shiahkoff Hydro-thermal Storage Scheme,
  • O. E. Hider, 673
  • Side Wind and Resistance of Train., F. E.
  • Lindsay. 619
  • Side %%Ind and the Resistance of
  • C. F. Dendy Marshall. 647
  • Side Wind and the Resistance of Trains.
  • F. E. Lindsay, 619 ; C. F. Dandy Marshall, 647
  • Steel-framed Buildings, J. A. G. Smith, 42
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, A. J. Dorman, 200 :
  • Hugh Bell, 200
  • Technological Unemployment, Hugh P.
  • Vowlos, 564
  • Tensile Strength in Bolts, H. P. Spratt, 280
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR fr./114mo')
  • Tide Power &teams, Geo. T. Pardue. 463
  • linen esloyment, It. Doi lays Archibald, 01
  • Woeake Brine Pipes, Salt Union, Dal., 61
  • L1EFR NCK, F. A., Water Supply ProMeans
  • in Holland. 631
  • Linke Track-laying Tractor, Linke Hoffman-11,,,elawerke•Aktiengesellsehaft, 338, 342
  • LITERATURE
  • Reviews :
  • An Early Experiment in Industrial Organisetion : Bring a History of the Firm of Mediu. mad 1Vatt. 1775-- 1805, Knob Hell, 110
  • Blast.furnace Neale°, Fred Clement t, till
  • Business Charts, T. G. Russo, 654
  • Coke for Blast-furnaces, R. A. Mutt and R. V. Wheeler. 683
  • Condensed Outline of Modern Physical
  • Chemistry, F. H. Constable. 257
  • Einfahrung in die Erdbildinessung (Terre• striche Photograminetrie). Hans Imechner, 620
  • Electrical Distribution Engineering, Howard P. Seebye, 315
  • Electrical Power Transmission soul Inter-connection, C. Dannatt and .1. W. Dalgleish. 710
  • Electricity on Gasworks. H. C. Widlake, 654
  • Engineering Economics, T. H. Burnham, 487
  • Flood Flows : A Study of Frequencies and Magnitudes, Allen Hawn, 486
  • Geodesy, George L. Hostner, 487
  • Meassurement of Hydrogen Ion Concentration, Julius Grant, 204
  • Metalliferous Mine Surveying, Thomas G.
  • Houton, 97
  • Mine Atmospheres, Dr. Willid111 Payman and Professor I. C. F. Statham, 654
  • Modern Bridge Construction, F. Johnstone Taylor. 97
  • Pearson-Weetman, First Viscount Cowdray. J. A. Spender, 68
  • Principles of Structural Mechanics : Treated Without. the Use of Higher Mathematics, Percy J. Waltham. 627
  • Selenium Cell, G. P. Barnard. 458
  • Silk and the Silk Industry, Joseph Schober, Translated by R. Cuthill, 514
  • Spirit of Chemistry, Alexander Findlay, 487
  • Stoddart, W.: A Biographical Sketch, L.
  • Hantaidge, 515
  • Theory of Heat Engines, including the Action of Muscles. J. S. Haldane, 514
  • Water Supply and Utilisation. Donald M.
  • Baker and Harold Conkling, 626
  • Short Notices :
  • Ausgew6hlte Schweisskonstructionen, Vol. I.,
  • Stahlbau. Dip.-Ing, Otto Bondy. 515
  • Autobiographical and Other Writings, Alan
  • A. Campbell Swinton, 97
  • Builders' Materials, R. F. Grundy, 627
  • Catalogue of British Scientific and Technical
  • Books (British Science Guild), Daphne Shaw, 627
  • Critical Review of Literature on Amplifiers for Radio Reception, 69
  • Design of Electrical Apparatus, John IL Kuhlmann, 69
  • Electric Testing Simplified, H. H. U. Cross, 487
  • Engineering Insurance, H. R. Sketch, 627
  • Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas,
  • Recipes and Processes, G. D. Hiscox, 97
  • History of the Canterbury and Whitstable Railway, Rev. Reginald B. Fellows, 97
  • Mechanical Engineer's Handbook, Prepared by a Staff of Specialists, Lionel S. Marks, 515
  • Piping Handbook, J. H. Walker and Sabin Crocker, 487
  • Principles of Electric Power Transmission. by Alternating Currents, H. "Waddicor. 284
  • Rural Electrification Safety Devices in Connection with Low-tension Distribution,
  • Alfred Ekstroem and Vidor Ekstroem, 627
  • State of Volume of Oxygen at Low Temperatures, Dr.-Ing. Fritz Schmidt, 627
  • Study of the induction Motor, F. T. Chapman. 515
  • Testing Radio Sots, J. H. Reynor, 627
  • The Barrister. Sir Harold Morris, K.C..
  • Theory of Electrical Artificial Lines and Filters, A. C. Bartlett, 97
  • Books Received
  • Acoustics of Buildings, F. It. Watson, 284
  • Administration Report of the Commissioners for the Port of Rangoon, April, 1929, to March. 1930, 516
  • Advertisers' A 13 C. 1930, 16
  • Afrikatine Self -1 Alight, L. W. Vara Os, Edited by H. J. L. Van Os, 683
  • Agricultural Research in 1929: The Royal
  • Agricultural Society of England, 627
  • Air Annual of the British Empire, 1930,
  • Edited by Squadron Leader C. G. Burge, 161
  • Algebraic Charts, Designed by Edgar Debit, 004
  • Alternating-current Electrical Engineering; W. Tolm6 Maccall, 515
  • American Petroleum Refining, H. S. Bell, 69
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and
  • Practices Chapter 8, Electro-pneumatic
  • Interlocking ; Chapter 9, Rectifier*, 627
  • An Early Experiment in Industrial Organise.
  • tion Being a History of the Firm of Boulton and Watt, 1775-1805. Erich Roll, 627
  • Ancient System of Irrigation in Bengal, Sir Wm. Willeocks, K.C.M.G., 627
  • Atwell dei Lavori Pubblici (gib Giornale del
  • Genie Clyde), Minister° dei Lavori Pubblici, Consiglio Superiors, Anne LXVIII..
  • Few. No. 6, Maggio, 1930 151 ; Fase.
  • No. 6, Giugno, 1930, 205 ; False. No. 8.
  • ,tgosto. 1930, 515 ; Flaw. 9, Settembre,
  • 1930, 627
  • .1nnales des Ponta et Chaussdes. 1930,
  • Fase. 3, Mai-Juin, 487 ; Fase. 4, Juillet.
  • Aout, 604
  • Annales des Travaux Publics do Belgique,
  • 1930, Faec. 3, Juin, 284
  • Applied Mathematics for Engineers : Volume
  • 1. Graphical Statics ; Volume 2, Dynamics,
  • with an Introduction to the Differential
  • and Integral Calculus, T. Hodgson, 487
  • Aleatewahlte Schweisskonstrukt ionen, 1'el.
  • Stablbau. Dipl.-Ing. 0. Bondy. 07
  • Autobiographical inn) Other Writings, A..1.
  • Campbell Swinton, 16
  • Aetomobile and Aircraft Engines, A. 11',
  • Judge, 7141
  • Aid °Mobile Steels. Dir. Dr.• 1 ng. A. NItiller-[Loaf and Dr.-Ing. Karl Stein, 'Emma
  • by H. Geldschinidt. 315
  • A.s.T.st. Standards. 1930, Part. I., Metals ;
  • Part II., Non-metallic. Materials. 710
  •  :1.8.'1'. M. Tentative Standards, 1930, 001
  • Belting and its Application, .1. Dawson, joss.,
  • 125
  • WHO)! e des Ainetchusses tar 1'erseelie ins
  • Stahlbatt, Part 1V., Vorstiehe zur Ermiii
  • lung der Knickspannungen fOr versichie.
  • dent. Baustiihle, W. Rein, 083
  • Berichto Ober betriebswissonsehaftlirhu
  • Arbeiten, Vol. 5, Ahnutzung von Metallen
  • miter besunderer Bertlehsichtigung der
  • Messflachen von Lohren, Dr.-Ink. 0.
  • Nieberding, 683
  • Bertriige zur Geschichte der 'Feehnik mul
  • Industrie, 1930, Edited by Conrad Maisel oss, 004
  • Between Two Oceans Rapid Chilling and
  • Freezing Systems for Mak and Nieto, M. T.
  • Zarotsehenzeff, 10
  • Boiler House Manual, B. Frisby, 515
  • Bolet int da Agriculture, Cou.wrcio e Indust rut
  • (Publics° Official do Estado da Bahia),
  • Nos. 1 a 3, Janeiro a Marco do 1929. 177
  • British Railways and Unemployment, E. R.
  • B. Roberts, 125
  • Builders' Materials. R. F. B. Grundy, 515
  • Bulletin of the British Cast Iron Beacom))
  • Association, July. 1930, 226
  • 13usiness Charts, T. G. Rose, 515
  • Calvert's Mechanics' Almanac*. 1931, edited
  • by J. Brooks, 083
  • Canal Irrigation in the Punjab, Paul W.
  • Faustian, 16
  • Carnegie Scholarship Memoirs, Vol. XI X., 515
  • Catalogue of British Scientific and Teelmieal
  • Books, Daphne Shaw, 515
  • Ceylon Government Railway Administration Report of the General Manager for
  • 1929. Part It., Revenue (D.), 515
  • Charing Cross Bridge, A. Keen, 515
  • Chelsea School of Metallurgy : Prospects
  • for the Session 1930-31, 284
  • City of Liverpool: Report of the Water
  • Engineer for the Twelve Mouth. ended
  • March 31st, 1930, with which is incorporated a Brief Description of the Water
  • Undertaking, 515
  • City of Sheffield, City Engineer and Surveyor's Department, Report of the Highway and Sewerage Committee for the Year
  • ended Mardi 31st, 1930, 457
  • Coke for Blast-furnaces, R. A. Mott and R.
  • V. Wheeler, 604
  • Colliery Manager's Pocket-book, A111161164.
  • and Diary. 1931, edited by H. Greenwell, 710
  • Commodity Markets, compiled and issued by the Swiss Bank Corporation. 226
  • Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and
  • Theoretical Chemistry, Volume X.: &Se,
  • .1. W. Mellor, 69
  • Compressed Air Plant. The Production,
  • Transmission and Use of Compressed Air,
  • R. Peek, 627
  • Concrete Products and Cost Stone, H. L.
  • Childe, 627
  • Condensed Outline of Modern Physical
  • Chemistry, F. H. Constable, 10
  • Copyright in Industrial Designs, A. D.
  • Russell-Clarke, 458
  • Coors d'Optique, G. Bruhat. 027
  • Craftsmen's Measures in Prehistoric Times,
  • L. MacLellan Mann, 710
  • Des Trock.nen der Kohl°, M. Weiss, 458
  • Definitions and Formulae for Students :
  • Electrical Installation Work, F. P. Sexton. 97
  • I)or Einkauf in der Motallindustrie, Dr.-Ing.
  • Berthold Buxbaum, 683
  • Der Graphit, 0. Kauseh, 344
  • Development of the Federal Programme of
  • Flood Control on the Mississippi River,
  • A. De \%'itt, 16
  • Die Elektrizitktsgt'setzgobung der Kuhns,
  • hinder der Erde. Vol. I., Deutschland :
  • Vol. 1I., Westeuropa Vol. III., Nord -tind
  • Osteuropa, 151
  • Die naturlichen mid kfinstliehen Asphalte,
  • Professor Dr. J. Mareusson. assisted by
  • Professor H. Burehartz and Profei.sur
  • P. Wilke, 004
  • Die Zustandgrossen des Siturstolts boi tiefen
  • Temperaturen mit Diagramen,
  • Fritz Schmidt, 604
  • Diesel Engine Operation, Maintenance and Repair, C. H. Buchnell, 315
  • Easy Lessons in Television, R. W. Hutehinson, 515
  • Economic Yugoslavia, edited by the Office for Foreign Trade, at the Ministry of
  • Commerce and Industry. Belgrade, 226
  • Electrical Power Transmission and litter-connection, C. Domed t, and J. W. Dalgleish. 458
  • Electricity on Gas W mks, H. C. Widltikc, 604
  • Electrolytic Conduction, F. H. Newman, 110-1
  • Elements of Ferrous Metallurgy, J. 1,,
  • Rosonholz, 281
  • Engineering, A. Turves; Gest, edited by O. Depue Hatizeii8 and D. Moore Rubinson, 487
  • Engineering Economics, T. H. Burnhanm,
  • 151
  • 6
  • Engineering Insurance, H. R. Sketch, 54
  • Engineering Science A Second Year's
  • Course, W. Ward, 487
  • English Do-rating Appeals heard under the
  • Rating and Valuation (Apportionment)
  • Act, 1928, April 4th to July 11th, 1930,
  • edited by M. E. Rowe and J. Stanton, 604
  • Essays of a Locomotive Man, E. A. Phillipson, 515
  • Evolution of Industrial Orgiulisation. 11, F. Shields, 487
  • Examples in Engineering Design, U. W. Bird, 627
  • Experimental Mechanical Engineering, Voi.
  • I., Engineering Instruments, H. Diederiabs and W. C. Andras, 315
  • Experimental Mechanics of Materials, if.
  • Carrington, 487
  • Experimental Researches on Turbine
  • Report No. 1 of the Yokohama
  • nologicel College. Mamma. Vend.. 97
  • and Figurer of the omobile
  • Industry, 1930, 16
  • Failures of Railway Materials. IN...ling
  • Chiefly wit b Ferrous Nfotals, E. A. Wraight
  • and P. Hunk, 69
  • Five yen, of Ilt,,,,mech in Industry.
  • 1026-1930 A Reading List of Selected
  • Articles from the Technieal Press. compiled by t'..1. West, 487
  • Hood Flows : A Study of Frepicii,ies and
  • Magnitudes, A. Hagen, 97
  • Forest Products Reeearch Bulletin, Na. 6 :,
  • The Timber of Corsican Pine. 205
  • Form of Coupling for Geared Diesel Engines
  • for Land and Marino Purposes, W. Brosu, 205
  • Forschung urul Technik : im Auftrage der
  • Allgetneinen Elektricitats Gesellsehaft,
  • Professor Dr.-Ine W. Petersen, 69
  • Fort y Years 4,1 Electrical Progres.i The
  • Story of the G.E.C., A. G. Whyte, 11.Se.,
  • 125
  • Furtlew Experiments on the Discharge of
  • Models of Sluices, H. E. Hurst, 627
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings
  • and Directory of Officials, 1931, edited
  • by F. C. Garrett. 683
  • litefernversorgung, A. .Kemper. 97
  • Gas Lift Method of Flowing Oil Wells
  • (Califortla Practice), It C. Miller, 515
  • Gates of Light, Beatrice Irwin, 604
  • Geodesy, including Astronomical Observe,
  • Lions, Gravity Measurements, and Method
  • of Least Squares, G. L. Roamer, 97
  • (Imelins Handbuch dor anorgenischen
  • Chorine, 8 Auflage, System-Numune 59,
  • Eisen 16
  • Grundlagen, Mittel and Beispiele xweekmassiger Workstattmessverfahren, Ober1ng. Th. Damm, 710
  • Guido to Sixth " Achema " Exhibition at
  • Frankfort, with Addresses of Manufacturer.
  • of Chemical Plant and Machinery, 226
  • ausseisen Eigenschaften mid Prafverfaliree,
  • 487
  • Gypsum Industry of Canada, L. Heber Cale,
  • 515
  • Handbook of English in Engineering Usage,
  • A. C. Howell, 487
  • Handbook on Nickel-Copper Alloy Condon.,
  • Tubes. 604
  • 1-landy Hotel Guide, 1930-31, 69
  • Hoist Treatment in Forging Steel, B. Saunders, 683
  • Henley's Twentieth Century Book of Tv.
  • Thousand Recipes, Formulas and Processes, IL D. Hiscox, 69
  • Hermenies Pocket Technical Diet ionitry.
  • German - English - Italian. English - Ger
  • man-Italian, and Italian-German-English,
  • 205
  • High-power Heavy-duty Oil Engines
  • Development and Experievims, G. A.
  • Mellor, 205
  • H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE PUBLICATION.
  • Agricultural Implements and Miwhinery,
  • A. J. Spencer and J. B. Passinure, 315
  • British Rainfall, 1929. 1183
  • Concrete Joints in Concrete : Bonding New
  • Concrete to Old, Norman Davey, 683
  • Conditions and Prospects of British Trade
  • in :India, 1929-30. T. M. Aincough, 515
  • Critical Review of Literature on Amplifiers
  • for Radio Reception, Special Report,
  • No. 9, 16, 315
  • Department of Scientific and Indust rod
  • Research. Fuel Research, Teelini...1
  • l'aper No. 26 The Influence of Size 4.i
  • Coal during Gas Manufacture, 228
  • Economic Conditions in Canada to Max-,
  • 1930, Report by F. W. Field, 151
  • Economic Conditions in Italy. Report by
  • E. C. Donaldson and H. C. A. Carpenter, 151
  • Economic Conditions in the Netherlands.
  • Report by R. V. Laming, 16
  • Economic Conditions in Portugal. Report by A. H. W. King, 97
  • Economic Conditions in Roumania, Report by R..1. E. Humphreys, 226
  • Economic Conditions in Sweden, Report by W. J. Glenny, 16
  • Economic Conditions in Turkey. Report by Colonel H. Woods, 177
  • Flameproof Electrical Apparatus for Use in Coal Mines, Summarising Report.
  • I. F. C. Statham and R. V. Wheeler, 97
  • Food Investigation Board fur the Year
  • 1929, 16
  • Fuel Research Technical Paper No. 25
  • The Reactivity of Coko : 3, The Inthitoesof Iron Compounds, J. H. Jrnies, .1. (1.
  • King, and F. S. Sinnatt, 16
  • Hume-grown Timbers : Their Atiat
  • Structure and its Relation to Physical
  • Properties—Elm, 604
  • Index to the Literature of Food Investigation. Volume 11., September, 1930,
  • 654
  • Measnrenient of a Rapidly. Fluctuating
  • Flow of Guts, Fuel Researelt Technical
  • Paper No. 27, 515
  • Micrometer of High Sensitivity, E. Ower,
  • 372
  • National Physical Laboratory : Report on
  • the Engineering Depart nient far the
  • Year 1929, 97
  • Overstrain of Metals and its Application
  • to the Auto-Frettage Process of Cylinder
  • and Gun Construction, Major A. E.
  • Macrae, 177
  • Report of the Building ite..arels Board fur
  • the Year 1929. 604
  • Report on Constructions of Welded Containers. 369
  • Sailing Ships Their History and Dev,loi,
  • mont as Illustrated by the Collection et
  • Ship Models in the Science MOseurn,
  • Part, I., Historical Notes. 683
  • Significance of Spores in the Correlation of
  • Coal Seams, Part I., the Parkgate
  • South Yorkshire Area, 344
  • Stresses in a Radially Spokcil Wire NVIwel
  • Under Loads Applied the Itim. Professor A..1. Sutton Pippard and W. E.
  • Francis, 372
  • Studies in Reinforced Concrete : 1. Bowl
  • Resistance ; 2. Shrinkage St regSVA
  • The Creep or Flow of Concrete Under
  • Isunl. 5I5
  • Wastago in Imported Fruit Its Nature.
  • Extension and Prevention. Is ing Special
  • Food investigation Rein,rt No. 38 of the
  • Departtnent of Scient ilie and Industrial
  • Research, 226
  • Wind Tunnel Tests on Gloster and Supermarine Wing Radiators, Dr. R. G. Harris.
  • L. E. Caygill, and R. A. Fairthorne, 372
  • How to Form a Company. H. W. Jordan, 69
  • Hydraulics for Engineers and Engineering
  • Students, F. C. Lea. 515
  • Impurities in Metals Their Influence on
  • St rivet tire and Proper' ion, Colin .1.
  • Smit hells, 487
  • Indexing of Books and Periislieids, .1. W. 'I'.
  • 1Valsh, 545
  • Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and
  • Ireland Journal and Proeeedoigs."
  • 1930, Part 1V., 372
  • Insulation and Fit t ink4s of Refrigerated
  • Spaces on Shipboard. R. M. Burhanan, 683
  • issuing House Year Book and Financial
  • A B C, 1930, Compiled by the Institute of
  • Cununercial Research, Ltd.,
  • Introduction to St met tired Theory and
  • Design, H. Sutherland and H. L. Bowman.
  • 027
  • Investigations in Ore Dressing and Metallurgy (Test ing and Research Laburatorics),
  • 1928, 2211
  • Investigation of Mineral Resources and the
  • Mining Industry, Publication Issued by
  • the Mines Branch of the Canadian Depart •
  • ment of Mines. 205
  • Johnson'e Materials of Construction, 1M. 0.
  • Withey and James Aston, Edited by F. E.
  • Turneaure, 515
  • Journal of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. XVII., 515
  • Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, 1930.
  • Vol. CXX L. 515
  • Journal of the Institute of Metals.
  • X LIM Edited by G. Shaw-Scott, 284
  • Journal of tho Institution of Engineers
  • (India), May. 1930. 16
  • Journal of the. Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts, July, 1930
  • 220
  • Kelly's Directory of the Engineering, Hard.
  • ware. Metal and Motor Trades. 1930, 515
  • Kinematics of Machines, G. L. (Indict, 97
  • Kohlenwassergas. J. Owosdz, 458
  • Limestones Their Origins, Distribution and
  • Uses, F..1. North, 487
  • Liverpool and Manchester Shipping, Who's
  • Who 7 627
  • London and Southampton Shipping. Who's
  • Who t 627
  • London Univ=ersity Guido and University
  • Correspondence Collego Calendar, 1931-32,
  • 627
  • Machine Design Problems, S. J. Berard and
  • E. 0. Waters, 515
  • Magneto Manual, H. R. hangman, 69
  • Manufacturing Industries of the British
  • Empire Overseas, Part I., Canada, 683
  • Marine Aircraft : Elementary Naval Architect, Captain P. H. Sumner, 604
  • Miyasairement of Hydrogen Ion Concentration,
  • Julius Grant, 16
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1931, 710
  • Mechanics of Buildings, A. D. Turner. 125
  • Mechanism of Nature, Professor E. N. Da C.
  • Andrade. 16
  • Metallurgy of Mae Metal Semi, and Residues, E. R. Thews, 487
  • Metropolitan Water Board, T wenty•fourth
  • Annual Report on the Results of the
  • Chemical and Bacteriological Examination
  • of the London Waters for the Twelve
  • Months Ended December 31st, 1929, Sir
  • Alexander Houston, 2011
  • Metropolitan Water Board Twentyseventh Annual Report fur the Year Ended
  • March 31st. 1930, 604
  • Mine Atmosphere. W. Payman and I. C. F.
  • Statham,
  • Mineral Resources of the United States, 1927,
  • Part I., Metals ; Part II., Non-metals,
  • F..1. Katz, 487
  • Modern Bridge Construction, F. Johnstotie
  • Taylor, 69
  • Modern Dowser : A Practical GUide to
  • Divining, Le Vicomte Henry do Franco,
  • Translated by A. H. Bull, 604
  • Modern Sewage Disposal and Hygienics,
  • S. H. Adams. 344
  • Modern Steam Turbine, Dr..Ing. E. A. Kraft,
  • 683
  • Modern Workshop Practice. E. Pull, 515
  • Motor Law : An Alphabetical Digest of the
  • Statutes and Regulations Affecting the
  • Owners of Private Motor Cars and Motor
  • Cycles, including the Road Traffic Act.
  • 1930, Compiled by the A.A. Legal Department. 177
  • dolor Repair Manual, 97
  • My Friend, Mr. Edison, Henry Ford with
  • Samuel Crowther, 515
  • New South Wales. Report of the Department
  • of Public Works for the Year Ended June
  • 30th, 1929, 226
  • Non.met allie Inclusions in Iron and Steel. Dr.
  • Carl Bonedicks and Help Liiftplist, 604
  • Organisation in th© Cotton Trunk., F. Greenhalgh, 284
  • Parachuting. C. Dixon. 458
  • Patents. Designs and Trade Murk Arts. II.
  • Fletcher Moulton anal .I. 11.
  • Jackson. 515
  • Pension and Soperanow0 owl Funslx. B.
  • Robertson and A. Samuels, 604
  • Physical Metallurgy Laboratory Mattual, N.
  • E. Woldman, 515
  • Physikalische Staubbestieueungre, O. M.
  • Faber, 284
  • I'lace of Engineering Seielle'e en Ulliyonsity
  • Studies, R. V. Southwell, 09
  • LITERATURE (continued)
  • Books Received (rmitinitied)
  • Plain and Ornamental Forging, Frost
  • Schwarzkopf, 515
  • Portrait of Pt'ter Pett and the Sovereign the St'.is, 083
  • Postal Reform, Edwin Wells, 515
  • Practical Engineer " Electrical Pocket-book and Diary. 1931, edited by Conrad Arnold, 710
  • " Practical Engineer " Mechanical Poeket• honk and Diary, 1931, edited by E. (1. Bock, 710
  • Practical Treatise on Single and Nbilti•stage Centralise, Pumps, R. Derek', translated by C. 11. 011iver, 487
  • Pritteiples of Electric Power Transmission by Alternating Currents. H. Witaldicor, 487
  • Principles of Engineering Thermodynainies, 1'. J. Kiefer and M. C. Stuart, 710
  • Principles of Structural Mechanics, P. J.
  • Waldram, 344
  • " Proceedings " of the Institution of Civil
  • Engineers, Vol. 228, 515
  • " Proceedings " of the Staffordshire trim and
  • Steel institute, 1929-30, 683
  • Public Works Department, Madras Presidency Administration Report, 1928 20,
  • Part It., Irrigation, 69
  • Quantum Chemistry, A. Haas. translated
  • by L. W. Caald, 545
  • Rapid Methods for the Analysis of Special
  • Steels, Steel-making Alloys, their Ores,
  • Graphites, and Bearing Metals, C. Morris
  • Johnson, 372
  • Reelmungswesen im Maschinenhau, Oeneral-direktor Herbert Peiser, 545
  • Regional and Town Planning in Principle
  • and Practice, W. H. McLean, 226
  • Report of the British Acetylene Association
  • to the Tenth International Acetylene.
  • Congress held at Zurich, July 9th to 12th,
  • 1930. on thi, Progress of Oxy-acetylene
  • Welding and Cutting in the British Empire,
  • 69
  • Report on the 1 n I hienee of the Panama
  • Canal on the Trade with Western Canada.
  • June, 1930, 177
  • Riehtlinien far geschweisste Gasrohrleitungvii
  • von mehr als 200 mm. Durchmesser and
  • mehr aim 1 atm Betrielsidruck, 710
  • River Tyne : its Trade and Facilities, edited
  • by It. W. Johnson and R. Aughton, 125
  • Route Surveying, G. NVelling,ton Pickois and
  • C. Larson Wiley, 604
  • Rubber An Economic and Statistical Study.
  • Joao Carlos do Macedo Sowres, 97
  • Rubber Information, edited by H. B. Cronehaw, 125
  • Seeing by Wireless (Television), Ralph
  • Stranger, 372
  • Selenium Cell : Its Properties and Applications, G. P. Barnard. with a Foreword by
  • John W. T. Walsh, 226
  • Silk and the Silk Industry, J. Schober,
  • translated by R. Cuthill, 315
  • Sind and the Lloyd Barrage,
  • third edition (as
  • revised up to June 30th. 1930), 177
  • Sir John Cass Technical institute Syllabus
  • of Classes for the Session 1930-31, 284
  • Skandinaviska Kreditaktiebolaget Gothen-
  • burg. Stockholm, Malmo Quarterly Report,
  • No. 4, October. 1930. 515
  • South American Handbook, 1931, 654
  • Specifications in Detail, F. W. Macey, Fourth
  • Edition revised by D. Brooke and J. W.
  • Summerfield, 683
  • Spirit of Chemistry, A. Findlay, 97
  • Springs and Suspension, T. H. Sanders, 604
  • Starrpunkt and Viskosiat Bituminoser
  • Stoffe, H. Metzger, 97
  • Steam Propulsion, a series of articles reprinted
  • from the Journal of Commerce, 515
  • Study of the Induction Motor, F. T. Chapman, 69
  • Support of Underground Workings in the
  • Coalfields of the North of England. 458
  • Surface Water Supply of Canada : Arctic
  • and Western Hudson Bay Drainage (and
  • Mississippi Drainage in Canada) in Alberta,
  • Saskatchewan. Manitoba, and Western
  • Ontario for the Climatic Year 1927-28, 604
  • Surveying for Schools, S. Wright Perrott, 604
  • Technical Data on Fuel, edited by E. M
  • Spiers, 97
  • Tees-side Chamber of Commerce Monthly
  • Journal. 177
  • Television (or All. Charles G. Philp, 226
  • Testing Radio Sets, J. H. Reyner, 615
  • Textile Mechanics and Heat Engines. A.
  • Riley and E. Dutikerley, 515
  • Theory and Design of Illuminating Engineering Equipment, L. R. W. Jolley, J. M.
  • Waldratn, and 0. H. Wilson, 487
  • Theory of Heat Engines, including the Action
  • of Muscles, J. S. Haldane. 226
  • Towards Civilisation, edited by C. A. Beard,
  • 284
  • Trade Mark Law and Practice, A. W.
  • 0ritliths, 16
  • Trade Survey : An International Study of
  • Trade Conditions, prepared by the Economical and Statistical Department of the
  • B.E.A.M.A., 226
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, Vol. 7, 1929, 458
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of
  • Engineers of Ireland, Vol. LV., 226
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Naval
  • Architects, 1930, 004
  • Twenty-fourth Annual Report of the Itengial
  • Smoke Nuisanou Commission fur the Year
  • 1929, 205
  • Veber die Fustigkcit ebener gekrempter
  • Kesselbiiden ohne and chit langsanke r
  • oder Rauchrohr, Dr. Se. Team. U. A
  • LH uggenburger, 315
  • Unterauchungen ober den Luftwiderstased,
  • Dr.-leg. Karl Sutter, 683
  • Vat is and Reversing Gears, Remain'
  • 11 istehinsion, 487
  • Va,-1..,i1 Mechanics, Louis Brand, 604
  • 1'eete, al Solution of A A '. l'irenits, A. Garnett,
  • 284
  • Vollstandige Zahlentafeln und Diagramme
  • kir daft spezifische Volumen des Wasser-dampfes bei Drnekee zwii.“-}we 1 is.'
  • 270 atm., Dr.-Ing. H. Speyerer and DO,lug. Cl. SMIrCr, 710
  • Water Power Around the World, Fermin, 97
  • LITERATURE (continued)
  • Books Received (continua)
  •  %Voter Supply and 'Utilisation, D. M. Bakciand H. Conkling, 284
  • NVIiitaker's Almanack, 1931, .1. Whitaker, 68:1
  • Wind Stresties in Buildings, Robins Fleming.
  • 284
  • X-ray Technolo* The Produet
  • Measurement and Applications of X-ray,
  • H. M. Terrill and C. T. Ulrey, 487
  • Zinc Smelting front a Chemical and Thernme,-1t mimic Viewpoint. C. 0. Maier, 515
  • Zur Frage der Bettitspruchtms beitn Dauerehlagverstich (Stress at Repeated 'motet
  • Tests). Dr.-Ing. S. Berg, (19
  • 1,, iinnthe.wanziwtte Beriehtfolge des Kohlenstattbausselm.4ses des Reirliskohlenrates,
  • 683
  • LIVERPOOL end Manchester Railway, CCT1 •
  • toner!, of. 315
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report,
  • 465
  • London Waters, Report on, 195, 240
  • Lorry with Moving Platform, Principality
  • Wagon Company, Ltd.. 510

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • t mg Tests with Cemented Tungsten-carbide Lathe Tools, T. G. Digges, 247
  • Machine for Steel ('ulumns nut
  •  ;irders, Structural Service Company, 542,
  • 548
  • Lathe, New Design of Combination Turret.
  • Alfred Herbert. Ltd., 598, 602, 603
  • Super High-speed Lathe. John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., 684. 685
  • Magnetic Separation and Sieving of Foundry Sand, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 630
  • Manufacture of Eclipse " Hacksaw Blades, 312, 316
  • MANUFACTURE of S.A.A. Cartridge Cases, F. Adcock. 608, 700
  • Market Garden Cultivators, Geo. Munro, Ltd., 339
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Annual Report, 536
  • Model of Brush-Ljungstriim Steffan Turbine, Royal Scottish Museum, Glasgow, 426
  • Munktells Mek-Verkstads Aktiebolag, Fuel Oil * Tractor, 338, 339

N

  • N A'.1'10 NA I Cert ificates in Mechanical Engi -
  • flooring, 377
  • Natural Gas, Proposed Long Pipe Lines for, 319
  • Newsprint Mill in Nova Scotia, 140
  • Note on the Constitution of Cadmium-zinc
  • Alloys, D. Stoekdale, 337

O

  • OBITUARY
  • Adamson, Daniel (Portrait ), 422
  • ( 'lark , P., 69
  • Gareke, Emile, 573
  • (:rogory. John Pugh, 172
  • MacKay, Henry Martyn, 545
  • Nlatthews, Ernest Romney, 545
  • Muirhead, Richard, by Colonel R. E. Crompton, 287
  • Norton-Griffiths, Sir John, 372
  • Phelp, Walter Bernard, 205
  • Rees, E. S. G., 151
  • Seaton, Albert Edward (Portrait ), 172
  • Smith, Sir William Edward (Portrait), 314
  • Wharton, Charles Courtenay, 172
  • Wilson, John William, 249
  • Victims of the Airship " K 101 " Disaster,
  • Officers, 402
  • Atherstone, Lieut.-Commander N. a, 403
  • Giblett, M. A.. 403
  • Irwin, Flight Lieutenant 11. C., 402
  • Johnston, Squadron .Letiller E. 402
  • Steff, Flying Officer M. H., 403
  • Passengers, 403
  • Brancker, Sir Soften. 403
  • Cohnore, Wins Commander R. 13. 13., 404
  • Richmond. Lieut.-Col. V. C., 403
  • Scott, Major G. H., 403
  • Thomson, Lord, 403
  • OIL Works, llopcway Plant at. R. White niid
  • Sons, 696, 708

P

  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH
  • 25, 5:i, 79, 007, 135, 161, 187, 215, 241, 267, 297, 327, 355, 385, 415. 441, $71, 497, 527,

555, 583, 611. 037, 665, (193, 721

  • Aeronautics, 187, 497
  • Batteries and Accumulators. 693
  • t'i~-lc+taco+rs rand Feed•water Heaters, 441
  • o.hing and Grinding, 188, 328, 693
  • I /, 1.1110S anti Motors, 25, 79, 1,47, 135, 187,
  • 215, 241. 267, 297, 327. 497, 555, 583, Ol 1,
  • (105, 693. 721
  • Electrical Arphanees, 54, 471
  • Engines, internal Combustion, 25, 53, 135,
  • 215, 267, 355, 471. 637, 065
  • Engines. Steam, 53, 355, 441
  • Furnaces, 80, 108, 101, 187, 441, 471, 527,
  • 611
  • Gas Producers, 187, 216, 356, 441, 471, 583,
  • 665
  • Lighting and Heating, 80, 116, 093
  • icotnot ivt.s, 442
  • faeltinti Tools and Shop .1l-lul Rees, 108, 136,
  • 162, 268, 297, :327, 385, 415. 172, 527, 555,
  • 583, 612, 721
  • Measuring and Testing lust ruinunts, 54, 161,
  • 242, 297, 327, 356, 498, 693
  • Metallurgy, 297, 328
  • Thseellaneous, 20, 54, 80, 1118, 136, 1412, 188,
  • 216. 242, 268. 297, 328. 350, 380, 416, 442,
  • 498, 528, 555, 584, 612, 638, 666, 694, 722
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH (continuo!,
  • Motor Cars and I t.,o1 Trollies 41.5. 555. 066,
  • 722
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 80, 136,
  • 268, 385, 637
  • 5bps and 1104141. 108, 327. 638
  • Steam Generators. 25. 241. 207, 327, 171.
  • 497, 583, 721
  • Suiteligear. 135, 161. 385, 415. 441, 611, 1165,
  • 721
  • Telegraphs and Telephones. 25. 79. 130. 161,
  • 187, 355, 415. 497. 527. 637
  • Tramways and Railways, 25. 54, 162, 216,
  • 297. 386. 693
  • 'Transformers and Converters, 53. 197, 135,
  • 187. 215. 355, 385. 527
  • Transmission of Power, 79, 107, 216. 268, 297.
  • 327. 356. 441, 471, 583
  • PEARCE, Dr. S. L., Arrangement fur Cleansing
  • Flue Gases. 394
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 54,
  • 77, 133. 159, 185. 213. 239. 265, 295. 325, 353,
  • 383. 413. 439. 472, 495. 525. 553. 581, 609,
  • 635. 663, 694, 719
  • Photo-clectrio Bitutnen Estimating Apparatus.
  • B. J. Hall and Co.. Ltd., 568
  • Pipe 'resting Machine, Concrete. 323
  • Pitting in M'ater Turbines. Elov. Engleveni,
  • 41W-421
  • Port 1114..0, eo lien Is al- Halifax, N.S., 396 .
  • Port of Berdconx, Improvements at- the. 270,
  • 282
  • Preini,r this Engin() Company. Ltd.. 1090
  • 13.H.1'. Viet-a-Vim Horizontal Oil Engine for
  • Fen Pumping, 620, 021 ; (Erratum), 678

Q

  • QUARTER'S Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 426

R

  • RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS
  • Euston Buffer Stop Collision, Colonel
  • Trench's Report-, 547
  • Failure of Flittliot tom Steel Rails, A. H.
  • Huddart, 650
  • Great Western Railway Company's New
  • 1211-Ton Railway Trolley, 48
  • L.M.S. Railway, New " Royal Scot " Express Train, 43
  • Latf.S. Railway Telegraphs, 224
  • L.N.E. Railway, Wireless on Trains, 592
  • Rail Rates on Iron and Stool, by E. T. Good, 7
  • Renewal of Folkestone Harbour Swing
  • Bridge, Southern Railway, 614. 624
  • Side Wind and the Resistance of Trains. C. F. Dandy Marshall, 560
  • Steam Rail Coach, A 200 H.P. Metropolitan-Cerium-11 Carriage Wagon and Finance Company. Ltd., and Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 594, 595
  • Two New 13y-passes on the Groat Western
  • Railway at %Vestbury and Frome, 449
  • RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES
  • Derailment. of Ex roan Locomotives. 307
  • Heavy Oil Engined Locomotive for Plantation Service, Avonaide Engine Company, Ltd.. 223
  • " Lion " Locomotive, Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1838, 535
  • Locomotive, Links in the History of the,
  • C. F. newly Marshall, 56
  • Side Tank Locomotive, 466
  • Russian Locomotive Problem 422
  • RATES, Rail, on Iron and Steel, E. T. Good. 7
  • Rationalisation in the Iron and Steel
  • Industry, 622
  • Recent Drag-line Excavator Practice in Germany, Dipl.-Ing. Bruckmann. 388.391
  • Refuse Disposal in France, The Boccari Process of, 0
  • Research, Tilliber, 517
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act-, 1931), 5011
  • Rifle Performance, Demonstrations of, :320
  • Riveting, A New System of, 276
  • Road Roller, 4-Ton Petrol-driven, Barford and
  • Perkins. Ltd., 10
  • Road Roller, 32-35 B.11.1'. Two-cylinder Oil-engined, 88
  • Road Surface Experiments on Kingston Byparts. 450, 451
  • Road Surfaces, Armouring for, Estler Brothers,
  • Ltd., 669
  • Rolling Mill Shoot Bar for Japan, 510, 512
  • Ropeway Plant at a Large Oil Works, R. White
  • and Sons, 696, 708
  • Itothwell Urban District Council, New Sewage
  • Disposal Works, 444
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England Show
  • at Manchester, 8, 32. 62, 86
  • Russian Locomotive Problem, 422
  • " R 101 " Disaster, 395, 400
  • " K 101 " and the Altimeter. Colonel Sir
  • Gordon Hearn, 589

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE IVaterway Project Report
  • on International Rapids Sect-ion, 300, 301
  • Scarifier on a Road Roller, Improved, John
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 87
  • Scientific Consultant,448
  • Self-contained Electric Power Unit, Boulton
  • and Paul, Ltd., 62
  • Sewage INsposal Works of Rot h well Urban
  • Dist riot Council, 444
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING
  • General Hatters :
  • Shaft, Stresses Due I,, Totwitmal 11111..-1, 112
  • Pulverised Fuel at Sea, The " Inventor,
  • Installat ion, 181
  • Resistance But t Welding in Shipyards, 716
  • Turbo-electric Liners for the Dollar Line. 622
  • Union-Castle Mot or Liner " 11' tallest er
  • Castle," Harland and Wolff. I.td„ 424
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued) :
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Dutch Motor Liner, A Noteworthy, " Baloeran," 119
  • Liner, A Noteworty Dutch Motor, " Baloeran," 119
  • Paper-carrying Vessel " Tharold," Earle's
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 64
  • Turbo electric Liners for the Dollar Line, 622
  • Naval Ships :
  • Destroyers, Argentine Navy Ocean-going, J.
  • Samuel White and Co., Ltd., 94, 99
  • River Gunboats for the Colombian Government, Yarrow and Co.. Ltd., 350
  • SIXTY Years Ago, 10. 47, 64, 101, 115, 151, 171, 200, 223, 257, 2111, 315, 350, 368, 395, 430, 451, 482, 507. 549, 565, 596, 627, 646,

683, 711

  • Small Heavy Oil Engine, R. A. Liet©r and Co., Ltd., 86
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES
  • 48, 129, 156, 180, 263, 322, 353
  • Air Survey in Rhodesia, 577
  • An Industrial Centre, 156
  • Atmospheric Nitrogen, 353
  • Automatic Telephones in Johannesburg. "157
  • Black Labour in Industries, 263
  • Bloemfontein Waterworks. 689
  • Buffalo Harbour Works. 181
  • Building Tramcars, 353
  • Cape Town Aerial Railway, 181
  • Cape Town City Engineer, 353
  • Cape Town Harbour. 089
  • Coal in Northern Rhodesia. 689
  • Congella Power Station, 130
  • Copper Mine, Rich Big, 236
  • Durban's Electrical Consumpt ion, 688
  • Electric Trolley Omnibuses, 577
  • Electricity Development, 688
  • Electricity Supply Commission, 550
  • Fall in Foreign Trade, 263
  • Gold Recovery from Dumps, 129
  • Hydraulic Engineering Schemes, 323
  • Industrial Census, 5(10
  • Inyaminga Petroleum, 181
  • Irrigation in Northern Zululand, 577
  • Irrigation Projects, Big, 236
  • Johannesburg's New Plant, 157
  • Joint Sewerage Scheme, 688
  • Life of the Mines, 688
  • Madingushy Falls Power Scheme. 353
  • Manganese for Export, 129
  • Manganese Shipments Begin, 236
  • Marine Engineers Busy, 550
  • Mineral Output, 550
  • Mineral Production in South Africa, 647
  • Mining Expenditure, 156
  • Motor Cars in the Union, 550
  • New Air Service, 647
  • New Ford Factory, 677
  • Now Mining Device, 156
  • New Raitway Line, 688
  • New Railway Works, :322
  • New South African Industry, 181
  • Nyasaland Railway System, 263
  • Port of Durban and Manganese Ore, 156
  • Power Supply to Mines, 577
  • Powerful Coastal Light, 130
  • Radcliffe Observatory, 550
  • Rail Cars on the S.A.R., 181
  • Railway Workshops, 181
  • Record Gold Output, 181
  • Rhodesia-Walvis Bay Railway, 49, 577, 688
  • Rhodesian Railways, 48, 237
  • Rich Torbanite and Coal Seams, 577
  • Roan Antelope Mine, 322
  • Scrapping Branch Lines, 49
  • Sheffield Steel to be Made, 577
  • Sloan Wire Pack, 237
  • South African Invention, A. 49
  • South African Movement to " Buy British,
  • 263
  • South African Oil Industry, 322
  • State Steel and Union Steel, 129
  • Telescope, Third Largest, 181
  • Tenders for Steel Works Plant, 157
  • Trackless Tram Tests in Cape Town, 647
  • Turning Railways into Tramways, 550
  • Victoria Falls Bridge, 237
  • Union Steel Corporation. 577
  • Vereeniging Power Station, 236
  • Witwatersrand Factories, 181
  • SPIRAL Springs for Spring-driven Motors,
  • E. C. Wallow, 474
  • Steel and Iron, Rail Rates on. E. T. Good. 7
  • Subterranean Water Research. 506
  • " Super Lancashire " Boiler, Daniel Adamson
  • and Co., Ltd., 321
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 10, 12, 40, 47

T

  • TAR and the Roads, 398
  • Telephone System, Automatic, The London, 464
  • Testing Machine, Brake, Bendix-Perrot Brakes, Ltd., 549
  • Testing Machine, Concrete Pipe, 323
  • Tests of Road Surfaces on Kingston 153, 450, 451
  • Tidal Power Scheme, Shishkoff Hydro Thermal, 330, 358
  • Tractor, " Suffolk Punch," 11..avy-duty Swam, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 63
  • Turkestan, Walter Duranty, 450

U

  • ULTRA-VIOLET Transmission of " Vita " Glass, Report on, 565
  • Union-Castle Motor Liner, " Winchester t'aistle," Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 424

V

  • VEHICLE, An Eight-wheeled Four-steering, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 290
  • " Vita " Glass, Report on Ultra-violet Transmission of, 565

W

  • WAGON, 6-Ton Steam, Fodens, Ltd., 62
  • Warehouse Truck, A 5-Ton. J. Collis and Sons, Ltd., 715
  • Water Supply Problems in Holland, F. A. Liefrinck, 631
  • Water Turbines, Pitting in, Elov Englesson. 418-421
  • Welding of Pressure Vessels, Fusion, 393
  • Welding with Covered Electrodes, 592
  • WIRELESS :
  • Broadcasting Station for Warsaw, Poland, 406
  • Developments in Canada, 561
  • Direction-finding Stations in Canada, 562
  • Installation for Tanks and Armoured Vehicles,
  • 406
  • Wireless on Trains, 592
  • WORLD Agricultural Tractor Trials at
  • Ardington. 6, 8
  • World Power Conference, SccoiLd Plenary,
  • Berlin, 1930, 14-16, 35-38

X

  • X-RAY Crystal Analysis in Engineering, 2

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ACCIDENTS in Industry, 137
  • Additional Water Supply for Barry, 357
  • Air Disaster over Meophani, Kent, 81, 491)
  • Air Manceuvres, 163
  • Air-propelled Rail Car, 443
  • Air Secretary, New, 417
  • Aircraft Display at Croydon, 473
  • Airlines, Wessex Aircraft for Belgian, 27
  • Airship " H 100," H.M., 109, 137
  • Airship " Ii, 101," Improvements to the, 299
  • Airship Scheme, An, 163
  • Altimeters in Aircraft, 417
  • Au Electrically Propelled Cement Carrying
  • Motor Ship, 109
  • An Outstanding Motor Passenger Liner, 357
  • Assisted Wiring Schemes, 109
  • Association of Scientific Societies, 567
  • Assuan Dam, 329, 367, 613
  • Atlantic Liner for France, 667

B

  • BALLOT of Industry, 27
  • Banks and Empire Trade, 27
  • Belgian Airlines, Wessex Aircraft fur, 27
  • Bermondsey, Electricity in 27
  • Blake, The late Frederick John, 109
  • Blue Funnel Motor Liner Polyphemus," 409
  • Blue Funnel Motor Ship " Ajax." 696
  • Boiler Explosions, A Year's, 163
  • British Association, 329
  • British Association Bristol Meeting, 81, 329
  • British and French Shipbuilders, 585
  • British Broadcasting Corporation, New Headquarters, Erection of, 55
  • British Destroyers, New, 329
  • British Destroyers to be Sold, 243
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers' Association, 657
  • British Machine Tools for Russia, 557
  • British Motor Industry, 217
  • Broadcasting Corporation, Third Report, 1
  • Broadcasting Station, A New, 217
  • Buildings, Steel-framed, 56
  • Building Trades, Cranes in the, 27

C

  • CAMP'S System of Ship Construction, 65
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Liner " Empress of Britain," 81
  • Canal Improvement Scheme, 81
  • Cast Iron Research, 473
  • Certificates of Airworthiness, 557
  • Channel Tunnel, 1
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 1, 109
  • Coal in Europe in 1929, 109
  • Coal Mining Industry in 1929, 243
  • Conciliation in the Shipbuilding Industry, 163
  • Concrete Roads, Joints in, 137
  • Conference on Steel Structures Research, 269
  • Contest for the Schneider Trophy, 1931, 55
  • Continental Motor Car Trade, 109
  • Co-operation between Technical Institutions, 189
  • Co-operative Profit-sharing, 687
  • Cranes in the Building Trades, 27
  • Cunard Liner Begun, 613
  • Cunard Liner, Probable Second, 217
  • Cunard Liners, New, 137, 329. 557
  • Cunarder, Preparing for the New, 243
  • Cutlers' Feast at Sheffield, 529

D

  • DALMUIR Shipyard, 269
  • Depth Sounding at Sea, 667
  • Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, 499
  • Dry-docking Accommodation at Greenock, 695
  • Dry-docking the New Cunard Liner, 387
  • Duke of Northumberland, the Late, 217
  • Dunstan Power Station, Equipment for, 387
  • Dunston Power Station, New, 243
  • Dutch Destroyer Programme Completed, 557

E

  • ECONOMIC Mission to the Far East, 299
  • Electric Lamps, Reduction in Price of, 217
  • Electrical Supply Co-ordination, 557
  • Electrically Operated Motor Tanker, 387
  • Electricity in Great Britain, 443
  • Electricity in the Irish Free State, 667
  • Electricity in South.West Midlands, 55
  • Electricity Supply at Dunoon, 299
  • Electrification Extensions, Southern Railway, 27
  • Empire Broadcasting, 1
  • Empire Possibilities, Sir Ernest Potter on, 55
  • Empire Trade. 269
  • Empire Trade and the Banks, 27
  • Engineering Unions and the Government, 529

F

  • FARADAY Centenary, The, 137
  • Federation of British Industries and a Ballot of Industry, 27
  • Federation of British Industries and Fiscal Policy, 417, 473
  • Fires in Bunker and Cargo Coal, 81
  • Floating Dock for New Zealand, 189
  • Floating Power Station, 189
  • Ford Works at Dagenham, 387
  • Fowler, Sir Henry, 499
  • French Railway Centenary, 27
  • Frequency Standardisation, 529
  • Fuel Research Board Annual Report, 695
  • Fulham Power Station Extension, 417, 585, 667, 695

G

  • GAIRNS, The Late Mr. J. F., 607
  • German Locomotive Industry, 55, 163
  • Giant Flying Boat, 299
  • Glasgow Harbour, Improvements at, 137
  • Gold Mining in Great Britain, 329
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Scheme, 613
  • Grants for Improvements of Harbours and
  • Docks, 269
  • Graving Dock for Southampton, 013
  • Gyro Compass, 639

H

  • HAIFA-BAGHDAD Railway Survey, 329
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 163
  • Headquarters of British Broadcasting Corporation, Progress in Erection of, 55
  • High-pressure Salesmanship, 473
  • High-tension Transmission Line in New England, 499
  • " Hindenburg " Refloated, Ex-German Battle-cruiser, 81
  • " Hindenburg " Safely Berthed at Rosyth, 217
  • H.M. Airship " R 100," 189
  • H.M.S. " Dorsetshire," Trials of, 137
  • Humber Bridge, Proposed, 243
  • Humber Bridge Scheme Condemned, 329
  • Humphreys, Sir George, 585
  • Hydro-electric Work in Spain, 499

I

  • " ILLUSTRATED Official *Journal (Patents), 499
  • Important Coal-oil Experiment, 357
  • Improvements to the Airship " It 101," 299
  • Industry, A Ballot of, 27
  • Industry, German Locomotive, 55, 163
  • Institute of Marine Engineers, 329
  • Institute of Transport a New President, 417
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Midland Branch Dinner, 585
  • International Trade Conditions, 137

J

  • JUGOSLAVIAN Flotilla Leader, 499

K

  • KINGS WAY Tunnel Enlargement, 299

L

  • LABOUR'S Distrust of Science, 269
  • Large Oil Tanker Orders Placed Abroad, 217
  • Large Wireless Receiver, 299
  • Last Voyage of the " R 101," 387
  • Lister, R. A., and Ruston and Hornsby Amalgamation, 1
  • Liverpool Oil Cake Explosion, 357
  • Load Line Conference, 27
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Undertaking, 109
  • Locomotive, A Famous, 217
  • Locomotive Industry of Germany, 55, 163
  • L.M.S. Experimental Road Tractor, 613
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway Improvements. 189
  • L.N.E. Railway Dismissals, 269
  • London and :North-'astern Railway New Rolling Stock, 163
  • London Passenger Transport, 387
  • London Tube Improvements, 243
  • Loss of the Salvage Vessel " Artiglio," 630
  • Low-temperaturo Carbonisation, 695
  • Low-temperature Coal Carbonisation, New Association Formed, 81

M

  • MADSEN Gun, The, 137
  • Manchester's Deputy Electrical Engineer, 269
  • Manchester's Water Supply, 443
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company Meeting, 55
  • Marine Airport at Greenock, 269
  • Mechanical Engineers' Charter Dinner, 443
  • Meopham Air Disaster, 81, 499
  • Ministry of Labour's Returns of Unemployment, 55
  • Mid•Scotland Cwial Scheme, 243
  • More Shipyards to be Dismantled, 585
  • Motors and Locomotives, 529
  • Municipal Electricity, 269

N

  • NAG HAMMADI Barrage, Opening of, 695
  • National Experimental Tank, 667
  • National Physical Laboratory, 1
  • Naval Contracts Placed; 667
  • Naval Items, 163
  • New British Destroyers, 329
  • New Naval Deep Diving Ratings, 299
  • Nottingham University College, 27

0

  • OIL•ELECT1RIC Traction, 639
  • Oxygen and Acetylene, 585

P

  • PARSONS Marine Steam Turbine, 387
  • Payment by Results and Rate Fixing, 417
  • P. & 0. Liners, The New, 109
  • Patter, Sir Ernest, on Empire Possibilities, 55
  • Posts for Students, 585
  • Power from the Sea, 299
  • Power Plant for Holland, 613
  • Pretoria Steelworks, Tenders Accepted for, 529
  • Problem in Economics, A, 695
  • Problems of Ship Design, 639
  • Proposed Atlantic Liners, 217

R

  • "R 101" INQUIRY, 473, 529, 613, 039
  • Railplane System of Transportation, 473
  • Railway Accidents in 1929, 417
  • Railway, Centenary of the French, 27
  • Railway Wages, 557
  • Rationalisation in' Shipyards, 629
  • Rationalisation in the Coal Industry, 473
  • Reclaiming th© Guider Zee, 357
  • Reorganising the Coal Mines, 639
  • Replacing the Lost s.s. " Tahiti," 329
  • Research in the Printing Industry, 6115
  • Retirement of Mr. Edward H. Parker, 417
  • Retirement of Mir. T. E. Thir!away, 695
  • Royal Air Force Display, 1
  • Royal Society and Scientific Research, 613
  • Rural Electrification, 269
  • Rural Electrification Scheme for Norfolk, 189
  • Russian Orders for the Clyde, 329
  • Ruston and Hornsby and R. A. Linter Amalgamation, 1

S

  • ST. PAUL'S, 443
  • Salford Electricity Undertaking, 189
  • Salvage Operations at Scapa Flow. 639
  • Salving the P. & O. Liner " Egypt," 243
  • Santander-Mediterranean Railway, 585
  • Schneider Trophy Contests, 1931, 55
  • Science Museum, 243, 613
  • Scottish Engineering Deal, 417
  • Scottish Steel Works Fusion, 585
  • Shipbuilding Employers' New President, 499
  • Ship Construction, A New System of, 55
  • Shipping Centenary, 189
  • Sim, Mr. G. G., The Late, 189
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, 357
  • Slaithwaite, North Regional Broadcasting
  • Station at, 1
  • Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and
  • Ship Surveyors and a Now System of Ship
  • Construction, 55
  • South-West Midlands, Electricity in, 55
  • Southern Railway Electrification, Now Extensions, 27
  • Speculation on the Cause of the Disaster to the "R 101," 387
  • Steel-framed Buildings, 55
  • Sutherland, John R., The Late Mr., 039
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 189

T

  • TELEVISION Broadcasting Station near
  • Hendon, 329
  • Thames Floods, 81
  • Thames Oil Storage Scheme, A Large, 443
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, Two Now, 81
  • Trade, Empire, and the Banks, 27
  • Trade with the Far East, 109, 217
  • Transport and Electricity Developments, 557
  • Travelling Electrical Showroom, 613

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT, An Important Report on, * 163
  • Unemployment Problem, The, 55
  • Unemployment Situation, The, 137
  • Uniformity of Voltage, 473
  • United States Naval Economy, 217
  • United States Navy, 039

W

  • WAGES Reduction in Cormany, 629
  • Waller, The Late, John Edward, 27
  • Welded Containers, 299
  • 1r Welland Ship Canal Opening Postponed, 243
  • Wessex Aircraft for Belgian Airlines, 27
  • Windmills, 443
  • Wireless Pictures at Sea, 443
  • Wireless Receiver, Large, 299
  • Wireless Telephony, 357
  • Wreck of the "R 101," 443

Y

  • YARROW and Co., Ltd., 007
  • ZAMBESI Bridge and Railway Sylit.nie, 473

Paragraphs

A

  • ABSORPTION of Acid Gases by Triethanolamine, 93
  • Abyssinian GOV0111110Itt to Construct a Dam
  • Across the Outlet of Lake Tsana, 11
  • Accident to Steam Turbine Rotor Near Tucker,
  • Ga., 65
  • Acetylene Torch Cuts Through Iron Hinge from a Distance of 25ft. in New York, 281
  • Acid Mixer, 623
  • Advantages of Welded Bed-plates Over Casting, 679
  • Advice on Grinding of Tungsten Carbide Tools, 623
  • Aerial Cable Transporter at, Barcelona, Work
  • Commenced on, 173
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • °plane Bast, for sure eying Purpose at
  • Fort Resolution, N. uida, 10
  • Aeroplane binding Field being Constructed at Nanking, 511
  • Aeroplanes, Device to Prevent Stalling,
  • Air Force, Flight Cadetships and Scholarships Awards, 237
  • Aircraft Apprentices, 49
  • Aircraft Carrier to be Sent to Buenos Aires for tho British Empire Trade Exhibition, 227
  • Air Lines Added to Russian Network this Summer, 597
  • Air Mail Service Carries 29 Tons of Mail During June, The British, 93
  • Air Port at St.. Paul, Minnesota, 281
  • Air Sorvico for the Engineer front Hudson to
  • Red Lake Goldfield, Canadian National Railways, 39
  • Air Port Beacon at Calgary, Alberta, to be Equipped with Neon Lamps, 147
  • Bombay, Finding a Site for an Aerodrome
  • at, 65
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics Established in Memory of Mr. E. T. Busk, 77 • Awarded
  • to R. H. tra,ncis, 398
  • Canada Airways, Ltd., Formed as Complementary to the Rail Services, 575
  • Cape Town Aerodrome, Work Commenced on,
  • 483
  • Negotiations for Formation of Dominion Air
  • Service in Canada Nearing Completion, 623
  • Photographing the Country by the Royal
  • Canadian Air Force for the Department of
  • the Interior, 390
  • Proposed Aerial Service from Canton to
  • Wuchow, Swatow and Hainan, 569
  • Proposed Survey of Mongolia and Tibet by
  • Aeroplanes, 39
  • Stalling of Aeroplanes, Device to Prevent., 7
  • Visual Signal Indicating Device to Guide
  • Mail Aeroplanes Over the Appalachian
  • Mountains, 227
  • AFFORESTATION SchLmo in South Africa,
  • 311
  • African Copper Mine, 1.1nion Mini6re Haut
  • Katanga, Now Second Largest in the World, 121
  • Agricultural Tractors Trials at Ardington,
  • Marshall Tractor, Addendum, 383
  • Air Compressors for the Victoria Falls Power
  • Company Said to be the Largest Made, 227
  • Alkali Industry, Official Annual Survey, 97
  • Alloy of Lithium and Beryllium Discovered by
  • German Chemist, 227
  • Alloy Works at Pontardawo, Swansea, Restart Work, 569
  • Aluminium Factory in Leningrad, 92
  • Aluminium Industry , Development of, Competition Open to Inventors, 549, 630
  • Aluminium Stearato and its Uses in Manufacture of Paint, 483
  • Aluminium Sulphate in Waters of Lake
  • Michigan, 369
  • American Motorists and Amount of Fuel Consumption, 311
  • Ammonia, Apparatus for Dissociation of, for
  • Use with Atomic Hydrogen Welding Equipwent, 483
  • Ammonium Sulphate, Production of, in Canada, 11
  • Andree Expedition, Koh-i-noor Pencil Discovered Beside Body of the Explorer, 597
  • Application of Anhydrous Ammonia to Filtered
  • Water Prior to Chlorination in Cleveland (Ohio), 39
  • Appointment of Mr. Mount Jones to Act as
  • Advisor on Technical Education to Soviet Government, 707
  • Appointment of Mr. T. Peirson Frank as Chief Engineer to the London County Council, 47
  • Appointment of Sir Ralph Wodgwood to Central Electricity Board, 079
  • Appointment of Two Su b -corrunitt ens t
  • Inquire into the Possibilities of Developing
  • or of Reviving the Working of Metalliferous
  • and Associated Deposits in Great Britain, 541
  • Arc Welding Process Used in Nineteen-storey
  • High Building at Dallas, Texas, 65
  • Artificial Fertiliser Plant at Hamilton, Ontario, 39
  • Asbestos Mining Industry in Canada, Report of
  • Now High Record in Production in, 227
  • Artificial Silk Factory at Doncaster, to Start Work in December, 253
  • Artificial Silk Factory to be Erected at Burgos,
  • Spain, 507
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH EEG 1 S EELts :
  • Mr. William It*avell Elected President, 472
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Afforestation of Watersheds, Mr. R. L. Robinson, 39
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS (INCORPORATED) :
  • Twenty-first Anniversary Dinner, 592
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS :
  • Visit to Basingstoke, 133
  • AssOC1ATION, ELECTRICAL POWER Ebro'.
  • N ERRS' ( LONDON LOCAL TECHNICAL GROUP) :
  • Progress and Development of Modern
  • Steam Generators, G. A. Plummer, 569
  • ASSOCIATION or ENGINEERS, MANCHEsTER :
  • President's Evening Entertainment, 678
  • Visit to Works of Hans Renold, Ltd., 105
  • AssocIATION, NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS' :
  • Address by Mr. Virgil Jordan, an American
  • Economist, 541
  • ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES AN D
  • INFORMATION BUREAUX :
  • Conference at Oxford, 93
  • Establishment of Panel of Expert Translators, 11, 341
  • INSTITUTE, CORNISH, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Need for More Co-operation Between the
  • China Clay Industry and the Institute of Engineers, 57
  • INSTITUTE OF COST AND WORKS ACCOUNTANTS :
  • Costing, an Aid to Management, 416
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY,
  • NATIONAL :
  • 612
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Programme for Autumn Meeting at
  • Prague, 213
  • Torsional Effect of Transverse Rending
  • Loads on Channel Beams, 697
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 1931. 413
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Autumn Meeting Held at Southampton,
  • 173
  • Autumn Meeting Programmo, 88
  • INSTITUTE, ROYAL, OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS :
  • Awards of Maintenance Scholarships in
  • Architecture, 146
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Award of the Railway Companies' Association's Gold Medals, 146
  • Presidential Address, Sir Arthur Stanley,
  • 455
  • Proposed Cont inental Tour in 1031, 398
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • (cord nued) :
  • INSTITUTION oF AUTomOBILE ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner, 681
  • Training of Young Automobile Engineers,
  • 540
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEntioar, EtwiNzEits
  • Effects of Surface Conditions on Heat
  • Transmission, Dr. S. J. Kohli, 427
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Indian Preinitun Awards, 421
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • International Relations Committee
  • Appointed, 427
  • Organisation of the Electrical- Industry in
  • Great Britain, Pamphlet by P. Good, 472
  • Pamphlet, Description of the Organisation
  • of the Electrical Industry in Great
  • Britain, 1'. Good, 597
  • Presentation of Oil Painting of Ampere on
  • Behalf of Mr. E. Gamic°, 549
  • Scholarship Awards for 1930, :353
  • Vacancies on the Council now Filled, 77
  • Transvaal, Local Advisory Committee
  • Constituted, 93
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING INSPECTIoN :
  • Annual Dinner, 553
  • INSTITUTION 0I BEATING 'AND VENTILATING
  • ENGINEERs :
  • Kelvin Theory in Practice, '1'. C. N.
  • Haldane, 553
  • INSTITUTION, ;JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERs :
  • Annual Geiteral Meeting, Election of
  • Officers. 568
  • Awards of Medals and Prizes for 1930, 353
  • Engine, Two-stroke, E. T. Westbury, 511
  • Luminous Electric Tubes, H. Marryat, 541
  • Rapid Exposure for Photography, 1151
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Awards to Graduates, 490
  • North-Western Branch, Graduates' Suction, Annual Dinner, 678
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Annual Meetings, March 25th, 1931, 511
  • Award of " Yarrow " Scholarship, 495
  • Duke of Northumberland Prize Awarded,
  • 553
  • Scholarships (1930) Awards, 239
  • Scholarships in 1931, 635
  • INSTITUTION Or PETRoLEITH TEcil N
  • GISTS :
  • Fellowship Awarded to Dr. H. R. Lang,
  • 133, 147
  • INSTITUTION or THE RUBBER INDUSTRY
  • (BIRMINGHAM AND DisTrucr SECTION) :
  • Development of the Wheel, J. Wright, 509
  • INSTITUTION OF WELDING ENGINEERS :
  • Solution for Removing Scale from Chrome-nickel Steel, C. C. Hall, 707
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL AND TELEGRAPH ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, Mr. A. F. Bound on
  • American Signal Engineers, 569
  • Railway Signalling in Holland, G. J. do
  • Vos, 541
  • The Thorrowgood Scholarship, 651
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • General Meeting, Eh,ction of Chairman, 635
  • General Meeting, Election of Members, 507
  • Grant from Pilgrim Trust Towards Reconstruction Fund, 691
  • Programme for November and December,
  • 426
  • INSTITUTION, SOUTH AYRICAN, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Mr. W. S. Carr, Retiring President Vale.
  • dietary Address, 173
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING :
  • Autumn Meeting at Burhill, 328, 383
  • ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • (continued) :
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, " J ovar/AL : "
  • The Spectacular Illuminated Fountain of
  • Barcelona, A. S. E. Ackermann, 427
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Annual Conference at Leicester, 147, 201
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL:
  • New Spectrophotometer, Described by U.
  • Buckley and F. J. C. Brookes, 597
  • SOCIETY. WNIT%VORTH :
  • Summer Meeting at Crewe, 162
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY (LIVERPOOL
  • LOCAL SECTION) :
  • Chemistry in the Service of the Railway,
  • Dr. Lewis Dale, 651
  • SOCIETY OF GLASS TECRNOLOGY :
  • Effect of Re-melting on the Properties of
  • Glass, Professor W. E. S. Turner, 541
  • SOCIETIES, PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL :
  • Twenty-first Annual Exhibition, 398
  • ASYUT Barrage, Remodelling Postponed, 51
  • Award to Dr. G. D. Bengough and Mr. Ulick
  • Richardson Evans from the Sir George
  • Beilby Memorial Fund, 39
  • Awards at University College, London, 73

B

  • BAMBOO for Paper Pulp from East, Africa, 311
  • Barcelona, Tenders Invited for New Docks at, 1106
  • Belcher Island off Hudson Bay May Become
  • Important Iron Field, 399
  • Belfast Corporation and Development of Transport in Suburban Areas, 341
  • Belfast Harbour to Have New Dock and Turning Basin, 121
  • Benzol and Coal Distillation, Progress Report
  • of the British Benzol and Coal Distillation,
  • Ltd., 173
  • Benzol Recovery Plant at 13eckton Gasworks,
  • 253
  • Beryl Crystals from the Somerset Mine, South
  • Africa, Average Weekly Output of, 93
  • Beryllium, The Price of, 281
  • Bitumen Imported into England in Molten
  • State, 707
  • Board of Trade Engineer and Ship Surveyors,
  • Examination for Appointments, 719
  • BOILERS :
  • Babcock Boiler at Government Fuel Testing
  • Laboratory, Ottawa, 369
  • Boiler Explosion in Alabama Planing Mill,
  • America, Curious, 455
  • Boiler, Lancashire, Explosion and Report, 679
  • Collapse of Combustion Chamber of a Boiler on a Steam Drifter, 39
  • Collapse of a Furnace Crown on a Steam Trawler, 39
  • Explosion, Boiler, on Small Cargo Vessel,
  • Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief's Report, 511
  • Explosion Caused by Failure of Blow•down Cock on Vertical Dock Crane Boiler, Comments by Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief,
  • Board of Trade, 623
  • Explosion of a Boiler Blow-down Pipe at Winsford, Board of Trade Inspector's Report on, 281
  • Explosions, Boiler, Failure of Solid-drawn
  • Copper Steam Pipes, Engineer Surveyor-in-Chiefs Report, 597
  • Large-capacity Babcock Boiler for Pretoria
  • Power Station, 341
  • Pulverised Coal Boilers at N'Kana, Northern
  • Rhodesia, Ready for Service, 597
  • BORDEAUX Landing Stage, New Stage Constructed by the M.A.N., 265
  • Boric Acid Discovered in Water of Tsehokrak
  • Lake near Jalta in the Crimea, 483
  • Boulder Creek Dam in Colorado, 121
  • Boulogne, Port of, Bill for Improvements
  • Approved, 65
  • Bra,, and Copper Tube Mill to he Built fur
  • Anaconda Amore.an Brass, Ltd.. 483
  • BRIDGES
  • Bride, Aerie. Halifax liarteem Estimates
  • fur a, 117
  • Bridge at Kineardine, Parbienentary Plans
  • U,-I ositell for, 7:17
  •  ;rid);, -hciihlinu Pregraeone of Quebec. ProVi11,141 Government, 083
  • Bridge over nitiltilbe. Decision to Construct,
  • 107
  • Bridge over Fraser River, Prupiiseil, 483
  • Bridge over the Ottawa River, Plans Noe
  • Completed for a, 147
  • Bridge to Ilea Arrow, Month of Gasp,
  • Basin, Quebec, 427
  • " Bridges," A Few Examples of the Work of
  • a Pioneer Firm in the Manufacture of
  • Stool and Steelwork, 581
  • Bridgcs Strengthened on the Kimiaber
  • Junction and Aberdeen Section, 173
  • Bridges, Twenty-eight New, to be Constructed Between Bloemfontein and Blenheim, Orange Free State, 101
  • Charing Cross Bridge. Appointment of Mr.
  • W. W. Griersion and Mr. E. F. C. Trench
  • ou 1..c.C. Advisory Cemmit tee. 39
  • Cheiutpeake Bay, Estimated Cost of Bridge
  • Across, 281
  • Cloeure Made on 1652ft. Kill van Kull Steel
  • Arch, 553
  • Cost of Proposed Bridge Across the Tigris
  • at Baghdad, 253
  • First. Span of Railway Bridge over Counts
  • River. South Africa, Launched, 623
  • Fort Lee Suspension Bridge, New Jersey.
  • Nearing Completion. 253
  • Government of British Columbia Consider
  • Ereeting Bridge Across Fraser River, 414
  • Howrah Bridge Committee Appointed, 461
  • International Toll Bridge to be Placed Across
  • the Rio Grande Between Texas and Mexico,
  • 281
  • Kling enburg, Destruction of Span of Old
  • Bndgo at, 11
  • New Bridge Over the Pearl River at Canton
  • to be Opened in February, 1932, 281
  • New Bridge to be Constructed over the Clyde
  • at Jamex-street, Glasgow, 281
  • New Rhine Bridge at Wiesdorf. for Fast
  • Railway Treas.! Between Cologne and
  • Ruhr. 147
  • New Thames Bridges at Hampton Court and
  • Chiswick, Orders Placed for, 121
  • Ni win Bridge, Completion of, for Canadian
  • Pacific Railway, 84
  • Novel Caissons used for Piers of Bridge Across
  • the Brazos River in Texas, 121
  • Penobscot River, Suspension Bridge to be
  • Built Over, 311
  • Proposed Reconstruction of Swing Bridge
  • over Dock Ent ranee at a Different
  • Point. 623
  • Proposed Suspension Bridge Across the
  • River Tamer at Torpoint, 121
  • Rainttill Skew Arch Bridge Built by George
  • Findley, 341.
  • San Francisco, Bridge to be Built Across the
  • Golden Gate, 311
  • " Silver " Bridges Across the Allegheny River
  • at Pittsburg, 253
  • Siusum Bay Railway Bridge, Opening in
  • November, 311
  • Surveyors for New Bridge Over the St.
  • Lawrence at Cornwall, Ontario, 121
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Crossed by Lord
  • and Lady titnnehaven, 173
  • Vaal River Bridge Opened at. Christiana on
  • the Cape-Johannesburg Route, 227, 341
  • Wabash River Bridge to he Replaced by
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge, 679
  • Widening and Strengthening of Scotswood
  • Bridge, 121
  • BRITISH -AFRICA Industrial IDevelopmont
  • Expedition, Motoring Expedition Planned
  • for 12,000 Miles' Trek in Africa. 216
  • British Light Car Industry and the Spanish
  • Car Market, Advantages of, 253
  • British-made Motor Van Runs Exhaustive
  • Trials Under Load, 121
  • British Polar Exploration Relics on Exhibition
  • at Central Hall, Westminster, 39
  • Building Moved Bodily 300ft. in Pittsburg, 227
  • Building Research Board, Technical Paper on
  • Hydrated and Unbydrated Lime in Concrete
  • Mixtures, 253
  • Building, The Marshall Field, Claimed to be the
  • Largest Building in the World, 93
  • Buildings, The Use of Hollow Tiles in Load-bearing Walls of, Protest by the Bricklayers'
  • Union in Chicago, 201
  • Bureau International do 1'Aluminium, International Competition to Encourage Inventors
  • to Study Aluminium and Light Aluminium
  • Alloys, 427
  • Bursting of a Manhole Door of a Steam Digester
  • in a Yorkshire Factory, Official Report, 281

C

  • CADMIUM Priebe.' ion at Trail, British
  • Columbia, 3t99
  • Calcium Molybdote, The Preparation and Use
  • of, 281
  • Calcutta Technical School, Number of Students
  • 140 at, 39
  • Canada, Chemical Pruduets During 1929, 11
  • enitiula, Geological Surveying Parties in, 196
  • Canada Retains Mon with Special Scientific
  • Training, 65
  • Canada, The Universities of, and the Export of
  • Talent, 65
  • Canadian Central Power Stations. Investments
  • in, 121
  • Canadian Government's Outlay for Unemployment Relief and Relief Works, 651
  • ('anal Across the Strait Peninsula, Proposed, 11
  • ('anal, Ship, Scheme for, Between Newcastle
  • and Carlisle, 147
  • CastlefOrd. Normanton and District Mining and
  • Technical Institute Opened at Whitwood,
  • 369
  • Caustic Soda to be Manufactured on the Krebs
  • System at Hidden, Norway, 483
  • Centenary of Hanover Technical High School,
  • 39
  • Central Customs Administration of China and
  • 12-Mile Limit on Territorial Waters, 39
  • Contrid Industrial Laboratory for Testing and
  • Passing Indust rial Machines at Nanking. 39
  • Chain. Link of, from Portsmouth Harbour
  • Defence Presented to the Royal United Service Museum, 65
  • Channel Ferry. Proposal by Sir Etistace Tennyson d'Eyneourt. 147
  • Charcoal front British Guiana Used as Fowl for
  • Motor Lorries. 39
  • Charlton, Mr. H. C., Moves the Address front
  • t he House of Commons on Reopening of
  • Parliament, 483
  • Chenderoh Dam, Opening of. 11
  • China Institute of Scientific Management
  • Inaugurated at Shanghai, 227
  • Chinese Government and Surveys fur Two New
  • Ports. 39
  • Chilletg. Iiovorninent. Orgrtniso Factories to
  • Develop Domestic Industry, 483
  • Chinese Ministry of COUUritiniCatiOUN Proposes
  • Abolition of Shipping Privileges to Foreigners.
  • 369
  • Chromate, Importation of, into the United
  • States, 121
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Fellowships Conferred on Prominent People, 147
  • Cleveland Dockyard, Middlesbrough, Closed.
  • 565
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • American Coke Ovens fur Russia, 311
  • Brown Coal Briquettes May Replace Black
  • Coal in Victoria for all Purposes Except
  • Gas Making, 679
  • Cardiff and Forest of Dean Area, Freedom
  • from Accident when Steel Rings are Used
  • for Support, Increased Use of Steel Props,
  • 399
  • Coal Discovered by Boring at Coaibrook,
  • South Africa, 707
  • Coal Gas Plant in Vancouver, Orders Placed
  • in Great Britain for, 11.
  • Coal Measures Near Invantue, Result of Prospecting Operations Reveals, 63
  • Coal Mines at Heigan. Manchuria. Estimated
  • to Contain 150 Million Tons of Coal, 253
  • Coal Output at the Mines in Great Britain for
  • Week Ending July 26th, 1930, 177
  • Coal Pier Completed at Kanchingtom for
  • South Manchuria Railway Company, 569
  • Coal Production in New Mexico, 1929, 341
  • Coal Shipping Plant at Algoma, Canada. 173
  • Coal Staithes to be Erected at AVlton to
  • Handle Output from Usworth Colliery, 427
  • Coal Cutter.' and Limit of Hardness of Material that can be Cut. 623
  • Coalfield Discovered in Southern Tanganyika, 541
  • Coke, The Dry Quenching of, W. 0. lictikin.
  • 93
  • Collecting Coal Dust in Hickleton Main
  • Colliery. South Yorkshire, New Plant
  • Installed, 121
  • Large Coal Washing Plant at the Clairton
  • By-products Coke Works, 310
  • Lignite Coal Near Estevan, Saskatchewan,
  • Overburden to be Stripped by Excavators,
  • 427
  • Mine Safety Research, Co-operation Between
  • Great Britain and Belgium, 11
  • Minimising Accidents in Mines Due to Over-winding, 399
  • Output of Open-cut Coal Mines in the Heigan
  • District of Manchuria, 453
  • Record Claimed by the Permits Colliery in
  • Raising 5532 Tons of Coal in One Shift. 281
  • Record Production of 5062 Tons of Coal front
  • Murton Colliery near &ahem Harbour, 511
  • Resumption of Operations in Chalanor Coal
  • Mine, Chinese Eastern Railway, 427
  • Steel Prop Supports for Roofing in Coal.
  • Mines, 597
  • Treatment of Coal with Benzene Under
  • Pressure, 311
  • World Production of Briquetted Fuel, 369
  • COBALT, Production of, in Canada, 406
  • Cobalt • tungsten • carbide Alloys Used in
  • Machining Metals at High Speed, 39
  • Collapse of Steel Framework of Gymnasium at
  • West Chester, Pa.. 321
  • Colombian Government to Complete the Boosts
  • do Coniza Project, 651
  • Columbium, Properties of. 511
  • Commercial Mission to the Far East, The
  • Government Sending a, 165
  • Commercial Uses for Anhydrite, 201
  • Commission Appointed to Revise Canada's
  • Patent and Trade Mark and lksign Art. 399
  • Composition of Antiseptic Wash for Oil Dermatitis. 253
  • Congello Power Station of the Durban Corpora.
  • tion to be Extended, 65
  • Construction of Olympic Stadium at Loe Angeles
  • for Tenth Olympiad, 369
  • Conversion Tables, Useful to Excavating Engineer., 442
  • Copper Added to Rapidly Cooled
  • Inaproves Resistance to Corrosion by Sulphuric Acid, 34
  • Copper, Extraction of, from Leachable Ores,
  • Experiments at Tucson. Arizona, 427
  • Copper Properties in Northern Rhodesia to be Developed, 483
  • Cornwall as a Tin-producing County, 679
  • Cost of Steam. Electric and Oil Driven Pumps at Merrickville Low-level Pumping Station, Australia, 541
  • Crane, Non-propelling Floating, for Table Bay Harbour, 311
  • DA31 Across the North Saskatchewan River,
  • Proposal to Build. 147
  • Dam, Owyhee, Concrete Arch Type, 227
  • Death of Mr. Max Weiss. 541
  • Deep Oil Wells in the Santa Fe Springs Oilfield, 147
  • Demolition and Reconstruction of Building in
  • New York Oidy Six Years, 351
  • Deposits of Soluble Potash Discos "red in
  • Several Districts of Russian Central Asia, 369
  • Detection of Defects in Welds with Practitioner's Standard Stethoscope, 455
  • Development of Tuticorin Harbour. Tenders for New Dredger Called for in Entiland, 390
  • Device for Discovering and Raising Sunken
  • Submarines, 341
  • Diamond Die, Great Resistance to Wear of, 707
  • Diamond of 1331 carats found in the Orange
  • River Diggings, 93
  • Diamond Output Increased in the Angola Fields, 399
  • Iduro-Dillioiro-Methane Suit alile for Extinguishing Methane Flames, 173
  • Discovery in North of Spain of Extensive. Beds of Potash. 341
  • Discovery of a Deposit of Lithium Oxide Re.
  • ported front South-Went Africa, 253
  • Diverting the Saguenay River at Chete.a.
  • Caron, Quebee, for the Ali er
  • 281
  • Dyke Destroyed by Sturm at Velidiv. 531

E

  • ECONOMIC Crises of the Future Following a
  • Period of Over-production, 277
  • Economic Development of Transport and Eket sic Supply, Mr. Morrison's Statement in the
  • House of Commons, 573
  • Etliwat ion for Quarry Engineers at the Imperial
  • College of Technology, Londe. University. .11
  • Edwards. James Harvey, the Late, of the
  • Amerieatt Bridge Company. 253
  • Effect of Rising Temperature on Insulating
  • Qualities of Ceramic Materials, 435
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS
  • An. Lamp Not Superseded by Nitrugen•
  • filled Tungsten Lamp. 511
  • Automatic Arc Welding in the Boiler Industry. G. H. Koch, 505
  • Average Cost. of Electricity Supplied 111
  • South Africa, 253
  • Bedford Corporation Propose to Provide
  • Electricity to Villages by Underground
  • Mai 'is. 399
  • Central Electricity Board, Sir Ralph Wedgewood's Appointment to, 427
  • Company Formed in Canada to Nbuittfitet ore
  • Synchronous Electric Clocks and Allied
  • Products, 632
  • Completion of Tepuxtepee Dan t and Power
  • House, Mexico, 427
  • Contract Placed for the Construction of the
  • Abitibi Power Plant . 281
  • Crediton Urban Council's Application to the
  • Electricity Commissioners for a Special
  • Order, 173
  • Decline of Electric Tramways in South
  • Africa, 121
  • Design of Pole Lilies to Carry Electric Win's
  • or Cables, 707
  • Dover Town Council Rejects a Proposal to
  • Draw Supplies of Electricity from the
  • Central Electricity Board, 253
  • Dry Batteries to be Manufactured by Dutch
  • Firm in Melbourne, 623
  • East England Electricity Scheme Adopted
  • by the Central Electricity Board, 173
  • Economic Average Sustained of the Powerton Power Station of the Super Power
  • Company, Illinois, 65
  • Edmonton Council Hands Over its Powers
  • for Electricity Supply to the London and
  • Home Counties Joint Electricity Authority, 253
  • Electric Arc Welding Process Used to Construct Large Swimming Tank, 253
  • Electric Batteries, The Manufacture of, 80
  • Electric Cookers, Large Increase in Uso of,
  • at Bulawayo, Southern Rhodesia, 569
  • Electric Furnaces, Wild-Barfield Typo of,
  • Largest in England, 569
  • Electric Headlights on all Indian Locomo,
  • fives, 147
  • Electric Heating. When, is sill Economie
  • Proposition, 651
  • Electric Traction Experiments with Battery
  • Invented by Dr. Drumm, 707
  • Electric Wire and Cable Factory at Brockville, Ontario, to be Extended, 511
  • Electrical Developments in Ceylon, 679
  • Electrical Stations in the U.S.S.R., 596
  • Electrically Operated Plant for Cleaning
  • 1200 Barrels a Day at Purfleet. 511
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns,
  • 93, 201, 476, 597, 679
  • Electricity Commissioners' Returns Prove
  • Great Increase in Amount of Electricity
  • Generated, 201, 341
  • Electricity Commissioners. Public inquiry
  • into the Application of the Metropolitan
  • Borough of F'ulham to Extend Generating
  • Station, 651
  • Electricity SupplyCommission of South
  • Africa. Annual Report, 281
  • Exports and Imports of Electrical Apparatus,
  • Machinery and Material from the United
  • Kingdom during *July, 1930, compared with
  • July, 1929, 201
  • Exports of Electric Generators and Motors
  • from Italy during First Three Mouths of
  • 1930, 173
  • Electro-deposition of Lead-Thallium Alloys,
  • 427
  • Electro-technical Industry of the U.S.S.R.,
  • 623
  • Electro-welding Machinery in Russia, Position of, 651
  • Eleetrolytic ['upper Refinery at Sverdlovsk,
  • Large-capacity, 341
  • Elimination of Polo 'top or Cross-arm Fires
  • on Transmission Lines, 541
  • Five Turbo-generators of 77,500 kW for
  • Dnieper Power Station, 623
  • German Electrical Standards and Rules, 226
  • Grab or Clamshell Bucket. Opened and
  • Closed by an Electric Motor Mounted
  • Directly on the Grab (Erie), 93
  • Grampian Electricity Scheme, Initial Works
  • Arranged, 564
  • Guildford Electricity UUdertaking ACCOUJI
  • 173
  • Heavyside Layer and Other Layers Capable
  • of Reflecting and Refracting Elect tic
  • Waves at Different Heights, 311
  • nigh-power Transmission Line
  • Toronto. Ohio. and East Akron, t o lie
  • Constructed, 455
  • Hyde Corporation Received out of
  • Profits front the Joint Electricity Board,
  • 173
  • Instrument Claimed to Expedite Insulation
  • Tests on Electric Cables, 121
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS roatiotsed)
  • loteniatiooal ;statistics of Eketrie
  • 155
  • Largest Fly-wheel Motor Generator Ordered
  • by the Illinois Steel Company. 227
  • Largest Motor Generator for Supplying
  • Power for Motors Driving a Blooming Mill,
  • 541
  • Madras Province has Eighteen Towns Provided with Electricity Supply, 623
  • tui chest er Corporation ('ablo 'arrying
  • Electrie Battery Vehicle. 147
  • Novel Method of Ventilating a Cable J um,
  • t ion Vault in Glasgow, 253
  • Popularity of Use of Eh'otricity in the Agricultural Areas in Mysore. 253
  • Proposal to Electrify t he Railway Between
  • Bilbao and Portugalete, 399
  • Proposed Electric Power Generation Plant
  • in Southern Iiiangsu, 541
  • Reconstruction of Electric Power Planta at
  • Springs and Benoni. South Africa. 341
  • Rubber N'uleanised by Means of Trinitrobenzine for Electrical Purposes. 569
  • Sale of Northallerton Electricity 1Vorks to
  • the Cleveland and South Durham Electric
  • Light and Power Company for 1:10,500. 541
  • Se enuil Tramoniasion Line from Power Plant
  • at Paugan, Quels-e, Placed in Use, 455
  • Sltatura Power Plant. Supply of Current
  • during April. 1930. 93
  • Synchronous Electric Clocks to be Manufactured in Canada, 632
  • Tungsten-filament Lamps in the United
  • States, Sale of, 11
  • Uruguayan Government Considers Utilisation of Water Resources to Provide Electric Current, 311
  • Utilisation of the Different Temperatures of
  • Sea Water at Different Depths for the
  • Production of Electricity. 311
  • Work Commenced on Grid Sob-station
  • Adjacent to Ribble Power Station. 455
  • ENGINEERING Experts and Proposed Tunnel
  • under Straits of Gibraltar, 483
  • Equipment of Dnieper River Hydru-electrie
  • Plant. 483
  • Erection of Reinforced Concrete Pipe Plant
  • at Montreal, 483
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • British Empire Trade Exhibition at Buenos
  • Aires, 1931, 147, 253, 293, 427 ; 'Protection of all Patents, Trade Marks, &e.,
  • 427 ; Shipping Instructions to Exhibitors.
  • 293
  • British Industries Fair, 1931, 39, 341, 597 ;
  • Enlarged Floor Space at Olympia. 39 ;
  • Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Organising Heavy Section. 39 ; Broadsheet
  • of Pictures with Text in Appropriate
  • Language Issued to Most Countries
  • Abroad, 597 ; Large Number of New Exhibitors at Birmingham, 341 ; Prospectus
  • for Intending Exhibitors. 39
  • Canadian National Exhibition, Building to
  • be Constructed for Display of Construction Materials, 311
  • Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, Programme
  • for Opening Events. 511
  • Exhibition of Chemical Industry to be Held
  • at Tokyo. 369
  • Exhibition of Mechanical Aida to Education
  • at tho London School of Economies, 201
  • Great Britain Leads the World in Chemical
  • Exhibitions, 121
  • International Exhibition to be Hold in
  • Elizabotheille, Belgian Congo, in May,
  • 1931, 173
  • International Shipping and Fishing Exhibition at San Sebastian, 227
  • Land Improvement Exhibition in Czechoslovakia. 1931, 188
  • Model Engineer Exhibition at Westminster,
  • 253 ; Gold Medal Awarded to Mr. G. F. G.
  • Desvignes, 369
  • Netherlands Industries Fair. Twenty-third
  • Dutch Industries Fair at Utrecht. 436
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Twenty-first.
  • Annual Exhibition. 398
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1931
  • Show to be Held at Warwick. 227
  • Royal Society of Arts, Exhibition of Works
  • Submitted for Competition of Industrial
  • Designs, 147
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank May ix, Built at
  • Madrid by the Spanish Government. 147
  • Expert Translators. 11, 341. 518
  • Explosion of a Boiler Blow-down Pipe at
  • Winston', Board of Trade Inspeetor's Report
  • on, 281
  • Explosion. Boiler, on Small Cargo Vessel,
  • Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief Report, 511
  • Explosion Causing Failure of Steam-jacketed
  • Copper Pan, 707
  • Explosion of Economiser, Engineer-in-Chief,
  • Board of Trade, Report, 483
  • Explosion of Safety Valve Fitting of a Scottish
  • Hopper Barge. 651
  • Explosion on Board Scottish Hopper Barge,
  • Official Roport, 465
  • Explosion, Boiler, Failuro of Solid-drawn
  • Copper Steam Pipes, Engineer Surveyor-in-Cluers Report, 597

F

  • FACTORY for Manufacture of Paints awl
  • Enamels to be Erected Near Buenos Aires, 597
  • Fertiliser Mixing Plant to be Erected at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 509
  • Fires, Loss Through, in Great Britain and Ireland, 11
  • Fliteli Frames for Vehicles Out of Fashion, but also Used in Construction of Buildings, 511
  • Flue Dust Disposition. English cool American Engineers' Attention to the Problem of, 201
  • Fog, Snow and lee, Use of Dotouators and Salt Durit%, 623
  • roundest suns of Ford Fisetory at Dagenham, 369
  • Four Power Stations Between Shanghai and
  • Nanking, Proposal to Build, 121
  • Research Board Constituted in South Africa, 597
  • Fuel Research Institute Sanctioned by the Government of South Africa, 39

G

  • nm.uum, The Properties-of, 707
  • Gas Holders, Investigation as to Whether Large
  • Consumers in Birmingham should Install, 65
  • Gas Output in Great Britain During 1929, 261
  • Gaseous Explosions, Research by Mr. B. Lewis
  • into, 399
  • Gatineau Hydro-electric Power Plant. Construction of Seventh Unit Continence& 707
  • Gauging Flow of Columbia River in America, 707
  • Goevor Tin Mine. St. Just, to be Closed Down, 511
  • Generating Costs at Hudson, Massachusetts,
  • Diesel Engine-driven Plant , 147
  • Glass Silk for Heat Insulation, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 490
  • (;Itie Preservative Developed in America,
  • " Orthophenylphenol," 227
  • Gold Mine Discovered Near Mustankiang
  • Station, Chinese Eastern Railway, 427
  • Gold Mines, Six New, to Start Production on
  • Rand Between l93,5-194u, 434
  • Gold Mining Industry of Merionethshire,
  • Revival of the, 121
  • Gold Ores Concentration, New Scheme to be
  • Tried at the Porcupine Mines in Ontario, 65
  • Gold Output from the Transvaal, 281
  • Gold Output of Canada. Estimated, 147
  • Governinent and Prices. Committee Appointed
  • by Federation of British Industries. 51
  • Grain Storage Elevator at Lethbridge, Alberta, 65
  • Grand Union Canal Company, Proposed Improvements, 619
  • Grand Union Canal Company, Proposal to
  • Install Motor-propelled Barge., 399
  • (3rand Union Canal Company's Development Scheme, 619

H

  • HARVESTER Threshing Machines may be Used in Great Britain, Combined, 227
  • Helium Plant at Amarillo, Texas, The Year's
  • Production at the, 253
  • Helium, Production During May at the Soney, Texas, Plant, 147
  • Heat Insulating Material, A New Mvtitilie, 159
  • Herbert, E. G., on Nitridation Process For Surfacing Steel, 11
  • Herschel, The Late Clement. Leaves Money for
  • Scientific Purposes, 65
  • Highest Atmospheric Shade Temperature.
  • Recorded at Tripoli, 322
  • Hudson-avenue Station, Two New Steam
  • Turbo-generators for, 11
  • Hydro-electric Development at. Norton Bridge,
  • Siemens-Schuckert Company t to Supply
  • Survey to the Ceylon Government, 399
  • Hydro-electric. Plant, Work Started on the
  • Abitibi Canyon Dam for, 253
  • Hydro-electric Plants to he Constructed at
  • Sanhsien and Lung men, 3(39
  • Hydro-electric Power Development in Canada, 253
  • Hydro-electric Power Developments North of
  • Vancouver. 399
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Rapide Blanc, Quebec, 65
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant, Proposed on I he
  • Liovre River, Quebec, 341
  • Hydro-electric Power Project in Bolivia, 201
  • Hydro-electric Power Resources of Sweden,
  • Rapid Development of, 281
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme at Arapuni, New
  • 'Zealand, Professor P. G. Hornell 's Report, 455
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Ponali, Italy,
  • Unit of 45,000 WI'. Under Construction, :199

I

  • ICEBERG Detector to be Thoroughly Tested by Dr. Howard T. Barnes, 281
  • Improved Reflector for Use in Hospitals and Operating Theatres, 651
  • Incandescent Electric Lamps on Exhibition at Royal Scottish Museum. 11
  • Industriousness and Good Temper of Chinese
  • Workmen, 317
  • Instrument for Detecting Temperature Differences as Small as One-millionth of a Degree
  • Centigrade, 121
  • International Aluminium Competition, Address
  • for Communications for, 6:30
  • International Congres=s of Mechanics at, Stockholm, 'rho Third, 227
  • International Motor Boat Regatta at Buenos
  • Aires During British Empire Exhibition, 455
  • International Trials of Tractors and other Agricultural Machinery at Kragujevae, 121
  • Iodine from Kelp to be Produced in the Irish
  • Free State, 483
  • Iodine Production of, from the Waters of Bak.
  • Oil Wells, 427
  • IRON AND STEEL
  • Algoma Steel Corporation. Proposed New
  • Rolling Plant for Rails, 39
  • Annual Statistical Report of the American
  • Iron and Steel Institute, 281
  • Blast-furnaces at Ken+ Steel Works in the
  • Crimea, New, 121
  • City of London College, Lectures on " Iron
  • and Steel," 265
  • Completion of the Now 500-Ton Blast-furnace
  • at the Anshan Steel Works, China, 281
  • Construction Started on Steel Works of
  • Dorman, Long and Co., at Germiston, S.
  • Africa. 679
  • Deposit of Iron Ore in Ural Mountains to be
  • Exploited by Russian Government, 685
  • Deterioration in Manufacture of Wrought Iron, Mr. H. J. Skelton in the fronnionycr, 511
  • Equipment of New Steel Works in Pretoria. South Africa. 569
  • Expenditure on Research in the United
  • States for Rolling Mills and Steel Plants. 597
  • Export of Galvanised Sheets from Japan, 173
  • Fabricated Structural Steel Works to be
  • Erected in Germiston, S. Africa, 591
  • IRON AND:STEEL (continued) :
  • Ford Motor Company Orders 400-Ton Tilting
  • Open-hearth Furnace, 537
  • Govenunont Steel Works at Yawata Reducing Output of Heavy Rails, 679
  • Greek Iron Industry to be Reorganised, 569
  • Iron Industry of Japan Threatened by cheap Pig Iron from India. 483
  • Iron Ore Company Registered in Sweden to
  • Work Valuable Deposits, 253
  • Iron Ore Discovered Near Dundee. Natal, 399
  • Malleable Iron in New Form, " Promo],"
  • Claims for, 341
  • Mill for Producing Steel Strip Started by
  • Illinois Steel Company, 335
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports :
  • Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Produetion at End of May and June, 1930,
  • 135 ; July, 201 ; August, 311 ; September, 427 ; October, 597 ; November, 679
  • Nitridation Process for Surfacing Steel, 11
  • Observations of Changes in Mechanical Properties of Hematite Iron from Tapping and
  • Pouring into Moulds After Passing through, 623
  • Production of Iron and Steel and their Manufactures in Canada for 1929, 455
  • Pretoria Steel N‘'orks Contract, Britain to have Large Share, 707
  • Rolling Mill of Exceptional Size being Constnicted in America, 707
  • Steel Castings, American Bureau of Standards Study of the Strength, Ductility and
  • Soundness of, 399
  • Steel Castings, Effect of Low Temperature on
  • Resistance of, to Impact, 399
  • Steel Deoxidiser " Alsifer " Placed on Market by Vanadium Corporation of America, 541
  • Steel, Pretoria to Start Rolling Hollow Drill, 93
  • Steel Truss of Great Weight Installed in Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, 341
  • Steel Used in 85-Storey Empire State Building, New York, 253
  • Testing Relative Strengths of Iron Ores,
  • Method Adopted by American Bureau of Mines, 679
  • Time Required to Reduce Lumps of Iron Ore to Metallic Iron, 201
  • Vso of Bent-edged Plates in Construction of Ships' Hulls, 455
  • IRRIGATION Scheme Surveyed Along Pongola River. Northern Zululand, 341
  • Irrigation Schemes being Ptit Forward in the Transvaal, 93

J

  • JAPANESE Wire Rod Works Capacity, 227
  • Jeppe Street Power Station at Johannesburg, Extensions to, 93
  • Jubilee Dinner, Mat t hew T. Shaw and Co., Ltd., 673

K

  • KELP Industry. to he Developed in Western Ireland, 311
  • Kirkcaldy Gas Department, Annual Report on Working of, 201
  • " Konel." an Alloy of Ferrotitanium. Cobalt and Nickel, Proves Very Tough at High Temperatures, 51 l

L

  • LAKE Saul Storage Reservoir, Largest. Artificial Lake in America, 311
  • Land Leased in Germany to American Company with Object of Drilling for Oil, 369
  • Lantern Slides, Marshall, S0118 and Co., Ltd.,
  • Gaineborough, 660
  • Lantern Slides of Crushing and Convoying
  • Machinery, British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., 612
  • Large Benzol Plant in Budapest, 121
  • Large Hotel at Marble Arch, Work Proceeding on, 679
  • Large Installation of Vertical Steam Turbo-generator at Ford Works, America, 569
  • Largest Drop Hammer in the World Made by the Erie Foundry Company, 201
  • Laxey Water Wheel, Isle of Man, Structure
  • Damaged by Heavy Floods, 383
  • Lectures on " Iron and Steel " by Mr. T. Bart on Kelly at. the City of London College, 281
  • Leicester College of Technology, Department of
  • Engineering, has 100-Ton Universal Testing
  • Machine Installed, 121
  • Levant Tin Mine, Cornwall, Shut Down, 511
  • Libraries, Control of the Electric Lighting Switches in, 201
  • Light Stations, Four Small, for Spanish Moroccan Coastline, 569
  • Lighthouses, Five New, for Spanish Moroccan Coastline, 569
  • Linking North and South Shields, Proposed
  • Tunnel for, 427
  • Lithium to be Used in New Aluminium Alloy,
  • 369
  • Lithopono Factory to be Constructed at Kut
  • Russia, 227
  • Lloyd's Register Scholarship, Awarded, 23
  • Loading Plant. for Manganese Ore at Cougella,
  • Durban, 623
  • London Chamber of Commerce Scholarship
  • Awards, 185
  • London County Council, Awards of the Robert
  • Blair Fellowships, 185
  • London County Council not Seeking Powers for
  • Now Tramways, 39
  • London County Council Tramways Make a
  • Profit, 121
  • London and Home Counties Traffic !Advisory Committee, Fourth Annual Report, 93
  • Lubricant Reported Not Affected by Heat or
  • Cold, Discovered by American Lubricating Engineer, 483

M

  • MADRAS-Harbour Improvement Scheme, 39
  • Manganese Oro, Facilitating the Export of, from Boostbroek, 93
  • Manganese Ore Mining at Doomput Said to
  • Contain 56 Per Cent. Metallic Manganese, 023
  • Manufacture of Persimmon Lacquer. 455
  • Manufacture of Pyrophoric Alloys, 309
  • Marking of Imported Tools, Board of Trade Direction, 472
  • Mechanical Engineers for the Army, 622
  • Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, Considerable Extensions to be Carried Out at

the, 121

  • Merchandise Marks Act. 1076, 105
  • Mercury, Output of, at Ras-el-Vila. Algeria, 93
  • Mercury to he Produced from Ores at Namur-Hainaut, 311
  • Metallic Cadmium in the United States in 1929, Production of, 65
  • Metallic Magnesium, Output iii the United States, 65
  • Methods of Painting New Galvanised Iron and Brickwork, 281
  • Molybdonite Output in Canada for 1929, 569
  • Molybdenum in a Sample, Detection of, 399
  • Months of the Year, 253
  • Montreal Harbour Improvements to Cost 2,000,000 Dollars, 483
  • Mosquitoes Kept. under Control in South Carolina by Spraying Shallow Water with Oil, 147
  • Motor Omnibus Fitted with High-speed Diesel Engine, Leeds Corporation, 341
  • Mukdon Power Plant, Manchuria, New Station of the, 311
  • Municipal Tramway and Transport Association, Annual Meeting. 399

N

  • NAN KING Reconstruction Com mias ion Start, Survey of Site for Proposed (*rut ral Railway Station, 399
  • National Physical Laboratory's Annual Report Now Published in Separate Parts by H.M. Stationery Office, 65
  • National Research Council of Can&da, Dr. A. S. Eve Appointed Chairman of Associate Committee, 511
  • Natural Gas and the Production of Formaldehyde, 93
  • Natural Gas, Cost of Schemes for Providing Satikatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, and Sw i Current, 147
  • Natural G.-fired Stirling Boilers at El Pas, Texas, 93
  • Natural Gas from the Turner Valley of Alberta to Supply Regina, 4511 Miles Distant, 93
  • Natural Gas Industry of United States, 511
  • Natural Gas Lines Laid to Supply Chicago and Great Lakes Region, 389
  • Natural Gas Supply for Regina, Sask., from Alberta Fields, 707
  • Nautical Surveyors, Appointments for. 162
  • New Crucibles Built by Babcock and Wilcox Company, New York, 541
  • New Machine for Concentration of Heavy
  • Minerals in a Dry State. 121
  • Now Small Car for Germany, The Opel Motors Company's, 281
  • New lork Initiates Elevated Highway with Facilities for Adding Second Storey, 707
  • New York's New West Side Elevated Highway, Nearly Ready for Service, 121
  • Newsprint, Canada Exports 65 per Cent, of World's, in 1929, 05
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant, Construction Commenced on Second Limb at Ruhr, 483
  • Noise, The Evil Effects of, on Human Beings, 147
  • Notes on Screw Gauges, National Physical Laboratory, New Edition of, 93

0

  • OFFICE Machinery Users' Association, "Transactions," 159
  • Oil Extraction Plant at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, 147, 173
  • Oil from Coal in the Transvaal, New Company Formed to Make, 121
  • Oil Production from Deeper Wells Requires Casing Material Capable of Resisting High Pressures, Mr. F. W. Bremmer, 569
  • Oil Production in Alberta During April, 1930, 93
  • Oil Transport by a 700-Mile Pipe Line from Texas, Panhandle, to St. Louis, 651
  • Oil, Presence of, at Leouwhock in the Middleburg District of the Cape, 173
  • Oilfield Discovered near Kalonti, on Chinese Eastern Railway, 707
  • Oil " Gusher " with Flow of 500 Tons a Day,
  • Brought in near Kokatl, Central Asia, 511
  • Oldest Producing Oil Well in California, Drilled
  • Fifty-four Years Ago, 511
  • Omnibus Designed to he Operated Either as a Petrol Vehicle, a Battery Electric Vehicle, or a Trolley Omnibus, Belgian, 201

P

  • PANAMA Canal, Returns of commercial Traffic Through the, 281
  • Pend Oreille River, Plans for Harnessing the, 201
  • Persia, Report on Economic Conditions in,
  • E. R. Lingeman, 227
  • Petroleum Coke as a By-product, 39
  • Petroleum Experiment Station Carries Out a
  • Series of Observations on Bulk Storage Tanks
  • for Evaporation Losses, 253
  • Phos-Copper Welding Alloys, Production of,
  • by the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company at East Pittsburg, 93
  • Phosphate Deposits Being Opened Up near Kruger National Park, Transvaal, 121
  • Pilchards, Canadian Production of Oil, Fish Meal, and Fertiliser from, 427
  • Pipe Systems Installed by the Romans Discovered near Cologne, 205
  • Pipes Manufactured by Centrifugal Process Using Sand-lined Moulds, 341
  • Plans for Dock at Peel now Drawn Up, 311
  • Plating of Iron with Aluminium, H. Johamison's Invention, 651
  • Platinum Out put in Transvaal in 1929, 309
  • Platinium, Present Price of, Very Near Cost or Production. 227
  • Plymouth's Embankment Road Improvement Sanctioned, 341
  • Poland's Zinc Industry, 11
  • Portland Cement Clinker, Boric Acid Used am
  • a Flux in Burning, 151
  • Potash, Two New Important Deposits in the Upper Rhine District, 65
  • Power Engineering Conference at Chicago, 88
  • Pritchard's Apparatus for Detection of Presence of Various Gases, 11
  • Procedure for Making Prints on Copper, 147
  • Production of Liquid Hydrogen in Small Quantities, 651
  • Production of Sulphur from Main Producing Countries in 1929, 427
  • Production of Gold and Iron Throughout the World. Sir Robert Hadfield Ref on, the Old Industries Club, 427
  • Production of Synthetic Bitumen from Combination of (*it rue Fruits and Powdered Coal, 623
  • Progress and Development of Modern Steam Generators, Mr. C. A. Plummer, 569
  • Progress of Construction for 200,000 H.I'.
  • Initial Installation of Beauharnois Power Corporation, 679
  • Propeller, A Large Cast Iron, 159
  • Public Light Control System in Operation at. Calgary, Canada, 281
  • Public Works Congress, 1931, Prizes for Papers, 472
  • Pulverised Coal Burning, Record Created in Power Plant of West Virginia Pulp and Pap, Company's Mill at Tyrone. Pa., 541

R

  • RADIUM at Oct rev, Discovery of Traces of, 227
  • RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS •
  • Accidents :
  • Accident Statistics for 1929, 597
  • Accident to Locomotive Through Smoke-box Door Projecting over Oft. Space, Mr. J. L. Mooro's Report, 597
  • Accidents at lAwel Crossings in the (Tailed States, 455 Accidents in 1929, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's
  • Report, 427
  • Accidents, Inquiries by Assistant Inspecting Officers during First Three Months of 1930, 541
  • Accidents to Passengers Falling from Passenger Trains, 65
  • Accidents Report.. Progressive Decrease of Broken Rails and Axles Maintained, 541
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Ministry of Transport Inquiries into, 11
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Negligent Protection of a Gang of Painters by Look-out Man, 65
  • Accidents to Railway Servants when Trapped Between Locomotive and Old Engine Shed Doors, 173
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Returns for Last Quarter, 1929, 227
  • Accidents to Trains Running on Loop Lines, Through Mistaken Signals, 427
  • Anniversary of Willesden Railway Accidont which Occurred Twenty Years
  • Ago, 623
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Eastbourne.
  • Colonel Trench's Report, 483
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Euston, 281
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Liverpool-street.
  • Station. Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, 201
  • Collision Between a Tramcar and Omnibus at Ponders End, Report by Lieut.-Colonel Anderson, 39
  • Collision at Grimsby Town Station, 93
  • Collision at Grimsby Station, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, 455
  • Collision at Preston Station, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, 541
  • Collision at Rutherglen, Lieut.-Colonel
  • Mount's Report, 93
  • Collision near Preston Station. L.M.S. Railway, 201
  • Collision near Stapleton-road, Bristol.
  • Great Western Railway. Report, 11
  • Collision on Italian State Railways at moo, 39
  • Derailinent at Sheet Stores Junction,
  • Trent, Between Derby and Nottingham 623
  • Derailment of Leading Bogie of Rear
  • Coach but. One of " Flying Scotsman,"
  • Colonel Mount's Report, 651
  • Fatal Collision in Tunnel near Culgaith
  • Station. Colonel Trench's Report, 65
  • First Fatal Accident to Railway Passenger on Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 281
  • Leeds Collision Fifty Years Ago, 707
  • Norton Fitzwarren Accident, Forty Years Ago, 511
  • Railway Accident Returns for 1929, 39
  • Railway Accident Returns, Reduction in Price of, 39
  • Railway Accidents, Annual Report, Lieut.-Colonel Mount, 511
  • Railway Servants, Analysis of Accidents to, in 1929, 707
  • Report on Fatal Injuries to Platelayer b.y
  • Fire from Naphtha Lamp, Mr. J. L. M. Moore, 679
  • Amalgamation of the Railway Companies to Reduce Expenditure, Question Addressed to Minister of Transport. 679
  • Appointments and Staff Change's, 173, 253 281, 341
  • Automatic Train Control Committee's Report, 649
  • Automatic Train Control Committee's Report, Analysis of Signal Statistica, 679
  • Break of Journey at Stations, Increased Facilities for, 173
  • British Railways Standard Block Code, 311
  • RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS (consinwd).
  • Canadian National Railways
  • Fire Destroys New Dock at Vancouver, 173
  • Gross Earnings for July. 1930. Compared with July, 1929, 281
  • " Hudson Locomotive 5700 " Said to be
  • the Fastest Locomotive in Canada. 399
  • Working Expenses for Seven Months Ending 1930, Compared with San.
  • Period, 1929, 281
  • Canadian Pacific Railway :
  • Gross Earnings for July, 1930, Compared
  • with July, 1929. Working Expenses
  • Compared for Same Period, 281
  • Working Expenses for Seven Months,
  • July, 1930, compared with Samo Period
  • in 1929, 281
  • Closing of morn Branch Lines, 253
  • Conference of All State Railway Commissioners of States of Australia and of the
  • Commonweal( le, 651
  • Delay in Puhlie Obtaining NVinter Timetables, 399
  • Discovery of Lilo Other Cylinder of the
  • " Novelty." 455
  • Distant Signals, Correct Name for, 483
  • L)ividends of British Railways, 121
  • Electric Traction for Main Line Railways
  • Converging on London, 147
  • First Motor Train Operated Between the
  • Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, 93
  • Foreign Railways :
  • Aerial Railway Across Barcelona Harbour.
  • Rapid Progress in Construction, 427
  • Air-conditioning System, Experiments by
  • Baltimore and Ohio and tho Atchison.
  • Topeka and Santa Fe Railways with an, 651
  • American Bankers Take Over and Operate
  • the Pacific Railway of Nicaragua, 121
  • Branch Line on the Azul-Balua Blanca,
  • Railway Provides Second Line Between
  • La Plata and Bahia Blanca, 201
  • Chilian Department of Public Works and
  • Construction of First-class Roads in
  • Chili, 511
  • Colour Blindness, Flashlight Signals at
  • Railway Crossing at Stettin, 341
  • .
  • " Drumm ' Self-propelled Railway Coach
  • Runs Tests, 147
  • E tian State Railways. Tenders for
  • Electric Power Station at Cairo, 11
  • Electrification of Main Lines and Suburban Lines in America, 455
  • Erie Railway Place in Service Oil-electric
  • Cars, 483
  • Great Southern Railways of Ireland,
  • Abolition of Second-class Travel, 39
  • International System of Railways of
  • Central America. Proposal to Adopt
  • Gas-powered Motor Rail Cars for Service
  • Between Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, 399
  • Irish Free State Government Grant for
  • Electrical Operation of Trains by
  • Drumm Storage Battery System, 511
  • Lapland Ore-carrying Rolling Stock to be
  • Fitted with S.K.F. Roller idearings, 427
  • New York, New Haven and Hartford Railway, Ten Electric Passenger Locomotives Ordered, 369
  • Rail Coach Shaped Like an Airship
  • Equipped with a 500 H.P. Aeroplane
  • Engine Runs at 95 Miles an Hour at Hanover. 455
  • Railway Car in Brazil Runs on New Fuel " Azulina," 121
  • Retirement of Monsieur A. Moutier from French Railway Service, 483
  • Road Construction in Province of Kwang-Wag, 399
  • Roadway Construction in Sangamon
  • County, Illinois, Now Method, 341
  • Solving the Problem of Electrification of
  • Goods Yards and Termini on the New
  • York Central Railway. 651
  • Underground Railway of Buenos Aires.
  • First Section Nearing Completion, 253
  • Use of Corrugated Iron in Foundations of
  • Roads in America, 456
  • Gas-lighted Passenger Stock, Percentage in 1928, 11
  • Glasgow Corporation at bil Municipal Transport Undertaking, 93
  • Great Western Railway :
  • Bristol. Improvements at, Cost Estimate.1
  • at £1,250,000, 227
  • Cab Signalling to be Introduced Over 311,1,
  • Greater Area, 4S3
  • " Cheltenham Flyer " or " Cheltenhae,
  • Tortoise " ? 147
  • Closing of Curries Branch for Passenge,
  • Traffic, 679
  • Closing of Vale of Itht'idol Railway for
  • Goods Traffic. 679
  • Cogload Junction, Taunton, Norton, Fitzwarren Widening, Particulars of, 541
  • Corria Railway, Powers Granted (LW.
  • Railway to Take Over, 227
  • Extension of Automatic Train Control to
  • Cost a Quarter of a Million, 509
  • Four Different Gauges on the Central Wales Division, 341
  • Gonek Relies in the Great Western Museum, 427
  • Improvements at Stations, Additional Lines to be Laid, 121
  • 120-Ton Trolley Adapted to Carry Heavy
  • Loads other than Transformers. 311
  • Proposal to Obtain Parliamentary Powers with Reference to the Privately Owned
  • Wagon on its System, 651
  • Pullman Cars Withdrawn from Torquay and Plymouth Trains having Proved Unromunorativo, 281
  • Purchase of 152 Motor Vehicles and Tractors for Freight Service, 569
  • Reduction of Horses Used in Goods Services, 535
  • Reduction of Working Days for Shop Stall
  • Throughout the System, 311
  • Ten Years of Afforestation on Territory
  • Adjacent to the G.W. Railway, 147
  • Healy, Mr. T. M., an Old Railwayman, 39
  • Hoy, Sir William, The Late, Chairman of
  • the Rhodesian Railway Commission, 227
  • RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS (continued)
  • Indian Railways :
  • Assam Bengal Railway and the Expiring
  • Contract with the Indian Govenunent, 147
  • Indian Railway Board, Annual Report, 320
  • Indian Railway Report on Standard Locomotives and Fittings, 65
  • Indian Railway Board, Annual Report,
  • Value of Railway Material Purchased. 227
  • Timber fur Sleeper and Carriage Building in India. 173
  • Keys and Trenails Vsad on British Railways,
  • Number of. 623
  • Lawsuits which Took Mare as to Patent
  • Rights in Sundry Details of the Interlocking in the Lever Frame for Points and
  • Signals, 623
  • Locomotives for Rack Railways. Description
  • of System Invented by Wetli. 571
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • Ayr Harbour Development. 569
  • L.M. and S. Railway Engine No. 6123
  • " Royal Jrish Fusilier," Presented with
  • Plaques Hearing Crest of the Regiment, 43
  • Experiments with Railroad Coaches which
  • can Run on Either Railway or Road, 541
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway Celebrations, Final Luncheon. 341
  • Locomotive Building at Harwich to Stop After 1931, 201
  • Locomotive Building at Harwich, Fifteen
  • Light Tank Engines to he Constructed
  • Instead of Twelve New Engines, 253
  • Locomotive Exhibition at Manchester, 341
  • Locomotives from Wavortree Exhibited at Manchester, 341
  • Painting Bridges in Derbyshire in Battleship Groy. 311
  • Proposed Extension of Fleetwood's Docks, 623
  • Proposed Railway 21 Miles Long Between Two Points on Cheadle Branch, 707
  • Reason for Special Train Leaving Easton for Bedford with Victims of " R 101 " for Burial, 427
  • Reduction of Locomotive Types on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 173
  • " Royal Scot " Train Stops to Change Engines, 143
  • Sand Drag Introduced at Euston Station,
  • 446
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Bill
  • Passed Select Committee, House of Lords, 39
  • Closing of Stations Between York and Durham, 369
  • Closing of Stations when Winter Programme Starts, 93
  • Dismissal of 400 Railwaymen, 173
  • Dismissals of Railwaymon from Doncaster, 227
  • Electric Colour Light System of Signalling
  • Adoption of, 399
  • " Flying Scotsman " and Freedom from
  • Engine Failure, 511
  • " Flying Scotsman," King's Cross to Edinburgh Non-stop, 11
  • Issue of Dobenturo Stock, Redemption
  • within Forty Years, 569
  • King's Cross, Two Mechanically Operated Signal-boxes at, 201
  • Locomotives Under Repair, Number of,
  • 1929 Compared with 1928, Shows
  • Reduction, 541
  • Proposed Tube Railway from Liverpool-street to Ilford Und©r Consideration, 569
  • Super-elevation of Rails to be Recorded on a Chart, 311
  • Tube Railway Between Liverpool-street and Ilford, Progress of Scheme, 227
  • Two Hundred Men Redundant in Middlesbrough District Owing to Reorganisation, 39
  • Two New Sleeping Cars, Electricity Used for Lighting and Heating Water, 399
  • Wedgewood, Sir Ralph, Not Retiring from the London and North-Eastern Railway, 455
  • Whitemoor Gravitation Marshalling Yard,
  • March, L. and N.E. Railway, 11
  • Wirral Society Obtains Removal of Two
  • Hoardings at Ralston and Upton Stations, 569
  • London, Midland and Scottish and London and North-Eastern Railways :
  • Railway Returns for 1.929, Contrast Between " Other " Mileage of Engines of London, Midland and Scottish and of the London and North-Eastern Railways, 651
  • Metropolitan Railway Company. Appointment of Joint Accountants, 541
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • Appointment of Lieut.-Colonol Ernest
  • Woodhouse as Assistant Inspecting
  • Officer of Railways, 569
  • British Railways, Total Number of Passenger Journeys during 1929, 311
  • Draft of Proposed Regulations for Third
  • Party Risks under the Road Traffic
  • Act, 1930. Publishod, 597
  • Number of Passenger-carrying Vehicles on
  • British Railways in 1929, 368
  • Number of Railway Servants EmployLd
  • Now and in 1913, Comparison of, 147
  • Programme Approved for Widening. Ito•
  • construction and Other Improvements
  • of Roads and Bridges. 023
  • Railway Companies, Traffic Receipts of, 39
  • Railway Returns for 1929, 39, 227, 679
  • Railway Returns for 1929, New Table
  • Showing Number of Passenger-earrying
  • Vehicles Lighted by Chas and by Electricity, 483
  • Railway Returns for 1929, Number of
  • Wagons Owned by British Railway Companies, 697
  • Ministry of Transport (continued) :
  • Railway Statistics for March and March Quarter, 65 ; for April, 93 ; for May,
  • 199: for .Tune and for Half-year ending June, 341, 369 ; for July, 611 ; for
  • August, 597 ; for September. 679 ; for
  • First Nino Months of 1930, 707
  • Return of Number of Motor Vehicles
  • Registered during April, 1930, 39
  • Weekly Traffic Returns for the Thirty-ninth Week of the Year Show Decrease on the Four Railways, 399
  • Warning to Local Authorities who are
  • Licensing Authorities for Motor Omnibuses and Motor Coaches, 369
  • Montreal, Proposed Rapid ITtulergrrnitel
  • Transportation System for, 679
  • National Union of Railwaymen :
  • Special General Meeting Called to Consider Minimum Wage, 253
  • Pay and Conditions of Service of Railwaymen, Question Likely to Last for Some Time, 623
  • Railwaymen'e Reduction in Wages, Conference Between General Managers and
  • Representatives of Three Railwaymen's Unions, 651
  • Railwaymen's Wages, Conference on,
  • Revision of Rates of Pay and Conditions of Service, 511
  • Now Zealand, Closing Unprofitable 13raneh Lines in, 65
  • Night Travel from the Continent by the Longer Routes, 173
  • Northern Alberta Railways, Surveys for Best Route to the Pacific Coast, 201
  • Number of Steam. Electric and Petrol Locomotives on British Railways, in 1929, 291
  • Passing of a Famous Locomotive, 253
  • Precautions Taken to Guard Railway Tracks
  • from Slips and Subsidences, 623
  • Progress of Electrification of Manchester
  • South Junction and Altrincham Junction
  • Railway, 679
  • Proposals for Reduction of Wages on t he
  • Railways, 569
  • Protection of Trains from Falling Rocks, 341
  • Railway Companies and the Co-ordination
  • of London Traffic. 427
  • Railway Companies and Road Transport
  • Organisations, 39
  • Railway Employment (Safety Appliances)
  • Committe,, Constitution of the, 251
  • Railway Magazine, Special 400th Number,
  • 369
  • Railway Material Exports, Statistic, ii5,
  • 121, 369, 597
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Annual Review (A
  • Standard Rates and Charges, It
  • Railway Review, Jubilee of the, 93
  • Railway Staff Census, 253
  • Recommendations Made by a Commission
  • Inquiring into the Losses Incurred in the
  • Operation of State-owned Railways of
  • New Zealand, 455
  • Reductions of Salaries and Wages, 121
  • Road Traffic Bill Receives the Royal Assent,
  • 147
  • " Rocket," The, Robt. Stephenson and Co.,
  • Ltd., to Make Replica for Museum of the
  • Peaceful Arts, New York, 93
  • " Safety on the Permanent Way." Expendi•
  • tune by British Railways, 707
  • Shop Sites on the Railways, 121
  • Southern Railway :
  • Canterbury and Whitstable Railway.
  • Centenary of Opening Not Commemorated, 511
  • Escalator for Waterloo and City Railway
  • afBank Station, Powers to be Sought. for,
  • 651
  • Lack of Housing Accommodation for Railwaymen Transferred from Ashford to Lancing under Reorganisation of Railway Workshops, 6.5
  • Opening of Hinchley Wood Station, 449
  • Punctual Running of Trains, 121
  • Southampton Dock Extension Seheme,
  • Grant Made to Southern Railway tinder
  • Development (Loan Guarantees and
  • Grants) Act, 597
  • Southern Railway Electrification, Extensions of, 11
  • " Southeea," New Boat for Portsmouth-Ryde Service, 65
  • " Whippingham," New Boat for Portsmouth-Hyde Service, 65
  • Speedometers on Locomotives, Sugge.t ha. by Mr. C. F. Deady Marshall, 569
  • Standardisation of Railway Signals, 3111)
  • Tandy, The Late Mr. J. O'B., 281
  • Tatlow, R. H., Retirement of, from South
  • African Railways, 11
  • Temiskatning and Northern Ontario Railway,
  • Contract Let for the Last Section of, 311
  • 300 B.H.P. Oil Engine Driven Locomotive,
  • I I odswell, Clarke and Co.. Ltd., 173
  • Underground Railways
  • Dover-street. Station and Down-sit reel
  • Station to be Combined, 707
  • Improvements at. Warren-street, Chniscory-lane, Edgware-road, and Hanipstrad Stations, 201
  • Metropolitan District Railway. Proposal to Enlarge the Tunnels at Sloane-square Station, 679
  • Piccadilly Tube, Western Extension, 395
  • Underground Railways, Reconstruction of Stations, 11
  • Utility of Motor Coaches to Railway Companies, 427
  • Victorian Government Railways. Retirement of Mr. F. M. Calmat. 311
  • Whitby and Pickering Railway, Centenary of, 117
  • Winter Train Services Changes, 341
  • RAINFALL, Existing Methods of, to be Retained by the Sub-Committee (Assessment of
  • Compensation Water, Ministry of Health,
  • 1930), 93
  • Rate of Settle of Lime from a Suspension in a
  • Liquid, 287
  • Reaction Chamber Built of Chrome Vanadium
  • Steel by Weldings Stands Prossticu of
  • 10,000 lb. per Square Inch, 93
  • Recent Drag-line Excavator Practice in Germany. 495
  • Record Created in Driving Wooden Piles in
  • Western Canada by Raymond Concrete Pile
  • Company, 597
  • Record Depth in the Sea of 800ft., W. Beebe, 20
  • Record Erection of a 420-Ton Markham Hoist
  • on the Rand, 451
  • Recovery of 600 Tons Copper Ingots from
  • Wreck of Elder Dempster Liner " Caribou."
  • 341
  • Reif. George R., The Late, 227
  • Report of Atmospheric Pollution Committee
  • for Year Ending March. 1929, 569
  • " Repertorium Teehnicum," to he Issued at
  • Early Date, 146
  • Research on the Behaviour of the Glaciers of
  • Mount Hype, 281
  • Reservoir to be Constructed for Supply of
  • Potable Water to Nanking, 227
  • Rich Deposit of Pyrites Discovered at Tolga.
  • Near Roros, Norway. 669
  • Rich Seam of White Barytes Discovered in
  • Force Crag. Cumberland, 569 ; Factory to he
  • Erected on North-East Coast for Working up
  • Barytes, 597
  • Rio Grande in Texas, Changes its Course. 65
  • Robinson, Sir Hnrry Perry, The Late, 707
  • Rocket Propulsion to Extreme Altitudes,
  • Experiments in, 147
  • Royal Metal Trades' Pension and Benevolent
  • Society, Annual Festival Dinner, 595
  • Royal Scottish Museum, Presentation by
  • Bruntons of Specimen of Ono of Largest
  • Winding Ropes Made, 541
  • Rubber Industry, The Government of the
  • Federated Malay States and Experi-mentfcl
  • Work in the, 121
  • Rubber Latex, Proposal to Plant Chondrilla
  • Plants in Southern Russia for Production of, 341
  • Russia to Provide Suitable Living Accommodation for " Foreign Engineers. Foremen and
  • Qualified Workmen," 341
  • Russian Crude Oil Output from October, 1929, to May, 1930, 93

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE River, The Navigation of, 65
  • St. Lawrence, 35ft. Ship Channel to be Completed by End of 1934, 511
  • St. Lawrence Waterways Improvement Project, 679
  • Saekatchowan's First Hydro-electric Plant, 11
  • Septic Poisoning in the Machine Shop, 162
  • Sewerage Scheme for Towns of Germiston,
  • Bokesburg and Benoni, S. Africa, 483
  • Shielded Are Welding, 694
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS
  • Board of Trade Committee Appointed to
  • Consider Economic Factors Involved in
  • Sale of Old Ships and their Replacement by New Vessels. 369
  • Bombay Port Trust New 45ft. Motor Lifeboat, 65
  • Canadian Pacific Liner " Empress of Britain "
  • Passengers Reach New York yid Quebec
  • Quicker than by Direct Steamer, 399
  • Canadian Pacific Liner " Empress of Britain"
  • Wireless Telephone Installations, 404
  • China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company, Proposed New Fleet for, 39
  • Construction Materials Corporation's Steamship " J. R. Sensibar " will Load and
  • Unload Sand, Coal and Stone Expeditiously, 623
  • Cruisers " Dartmouth," " Birmingham " and
  • " Lowestoft " Placed on Disposal List, 171
  • Electric Power Ship " Jacona ' Placed into Service, 651
  • Eleven Ships of the Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company, Ltd.. to be Equipped with
  • Marconi Wireless Apparatus, 227
  • Extensions of Berth at John Brown and Co., Ltd., at Clydebank, for New Cunard Liner, 541
  • Fifty Ships Leave England for Northern Russia by Kara Sea Route with Soviet
  • Imports, 389
  • French Submarine " Prornethbe " Launched at Cherbourg, 483
  • H.M.S. " Scarborough," The New Sloop, 162
  • Icebreaker for Town of Gothenburg. 707
  • Icebreaker " Storebjoern " Launched for Danish State, 707
  • Keel Laid for Midship Section of Anglo-American Oil Tanker " Saranac," 399
  • Largest Tug Built for Inland Service at New Orleans, 253
  • " Mauretania " Adds New Record to Her Distinctions, 119
  • Method of Sealing Leaks on Ships by Forming Coating of Ice on Metal Hull, 341
  • Motor Liner Georges Philippar " Damaged by Fire at Saint-Naxaire, 623
  • Order Placed for Construction of an All-welded Steel Diesel-electric Oil Tanker in United States, 711
  • Proposed Liners for Three-day Mail Service
  • Between London and Now York, United States Line's Proposals, 597
  • Proposed New Steamer for the Wellington-Lyttelton Ferry Service, New Zealand, 281
  • Ship Canal Across the Isthmus at Chignecto.
  • Canadian Government Investigates Possibility of, 65
  • Steamship Services from Brindisi to the Far East, Two New, 147
  • Submarine Expedition Across the Arctic Sea, 427
  • " Tafelberg," Twin-screw Whaling Factory
  • Steamer, Leaves the Tyne on Trials, 93
  • The Salvage of the " Hindenburg," 121
  • Turbo-electric Cargo and Passenger Steamer " Natalie," 11
  • Two New Torpedo-boat Destroyers to be Laid Down at Portsmouth Dockyard in October, 257
  • Whaling Fleet Recently in Cape Town Harbour Leaves for the Antarctic, 651
  • Wreck of " Highland Hope," Thirty-six Ruston Oil Engines may be Salved and Shown at British Empire Exhibition,
  • Buenos Aires. 597
  • 1% RA( of the s.s. " Cariboo," Attempts to
  • Salvo Copper Abandoned, 651
  • SIGNALS, Colour Light, in Ludgate-circus, 39
  • Silver Ore Lode Discovery at Granville Lake,
  • Manitoba, 183
  • Silver, World Production of, from 1493-1927,
  • 11
  • Slate Quarrying Industry and the Introduction of Wire Saws, 93
  • " Solidend " Tool, Samuel Osborn and Co., Ltd., 547
  • Southampton, Spiers and Pond, Ltd., and South-Western Hotel, 39
  • Specific Heat of AV:i ter Vapour at High Temperatures, Deri ..( t from Explosion Experiments, E. D. Eastman, 423
  • Stave River Hydro-electric Plant, First Unit
  • Placed in Service, 707
  • Steam Navvy Advances Work on Digging
  • Trench in Chicago, 511
  • Steel Pen, The Invention of the, 311
  • Steel Ropes, when New, Absorb Heavy Impact Loads, 173
  • Stoppage of Lead Service Pipe Under Pressure by Growth of Tree Roots, 679
  • Styria, Austria, Proposed Four Hydro-electric Power Plants, 11
  • Submarine Cable being Laid Between Boulogne and Folkestone, 173
  • Sulphuric Acid, The World Total Output of, 311
  • Superphosphates to be Produced at Hamilton, Ontario, 483
  • Survey of the Natural Resources of the Peace River District of British Columbia, 281
  • Surveying Instrument of Great Accuracy Designed and Constructed for United States Geological Survey, 483
  • Swedish Magnetic Observatory, First Report of the, 147
  • Synthetic Camphor to be Manufactured in Saltillo, Mexico, 483

T

  • TANTALUM Used in Manufacture of Spinnerets for Rayon Industry, 341
  • Tar from Bituminous Sands in Northern Alberta, 39
  • Tar Sands of Athabasca to be Worked by the McClave Process, 201
  • Tees-side, Souvenir of a Royal Visit to, 23
  • TELEPHONY
  • Arctic Circle, Transatlantic Telephone Invades the, 11
  • Automatic Telephones at Johannesburg,
  • First Section will Operate in About a Year, 93
  • Bell Telephone System of America, Proposal to Spend £420,000,000 in Construction During the Next Five Years, 201
  • London the Most Dense Telephone Area in England, 147
  • London Telephone System, Programme for
  • Conversion to Automatic Working, 11
  • TELEPHONY (continued):
  • Shanghai-Nanking Long-distance Telephones
  • Improved by Installing Sound-magnifying
  • Vacuum Tubes Along the Line, 399
  • Telephone Communication from Ship to Shore in Port of London, 623
  • Telephone Services in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Statistics of, 311
  • Telephones in New Zealand, 147
  • Telephonic Communication Between the
  • Mainland and the Island of Skye, 147
  • Telephonic Communication in Sofia Districts, 192
  • Trans-Canadian Telephone Service Nearing Completion, 623
  • Wireless Telephony on Southern Railway Company's Steamer Canterbury." 281
  • TELEPHOTOGRAPHIC Service Installed Between Nanking and Berlin, 253
  • Television Tests in Germany, 11
  • Tests on Composite Beams and Slabs of Hollow
  • Tile and Concrete, Report, 117
  • The Welder Prize Competition, 325
  • Thermal Insulation Properties of Air in Walls, Investigations on the, 147
  • Tin, H. Meissner and Method for the Deteetion of, 223
  • Tin, Hardening and Softening of, 482
  • Tin-plate Mill to be Erected in Osaka, Japan, 511
  • Tin-plato Works at Gdingen, Poland, Proposed, 311
  • Titanium, Effect on Appearance when Heated, 511
  • Titanium, The Uses of, 679
  • Titanium and Oxidation when Treated, 511
  • "Ti-Tone," a New Titanium Lithopone Offered to the Rubber Industry, 227
  • Trackless Tram for South Africa, 483
  • Tractor Plants Used for Transport of Sleepers and Logs in India, 520
  • Tractor Trials at Brakpan, South Africa, 173
  • Trade of Hulan, Manchuria, Agricultural Implements in Great Demand, 121
  • Training Boys for Technical Work in the Regular Army, 311
  • Translators, Establishing a Panel of, 11
  • Tube Reaches Depth of 2166ft. in Sea off Matanzas, Cuba, 369
  • Tunnel, Proposed, Beneath Lachine Canal at Wellington-street, Montreal, 427
  • Tunnel, The Windsor-Detroit, Now Nearing Completion, 147
  • Twelve-storey Garage in Toronto, Proposal to Build a, 281

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Figures from Germany, * 173
  • University of Bristol, Prospectus, 23
  • University of London, Advanced Lectures in Mining, 522
  • University of London, Special Lectures in Faculty of Engineering, King's College, 442
  • Utilization of Euphorbia Latex Creates New Industry in South Africa, 399
  • Utilisation of Waste Sulphite Liquor from Paper Pulp Mills, :141

V

  • VALUE of Land per Square Foot for Widening Streets in the City of London, 399
  • Vancouver Creosoting Company Extending Plant, 483
  • Vancouver Harbour Contracts Placed for Construction of a New Pier in, 147
  • Varna, Bulgaria, to be Made a Free Port , 311

W

  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • .1 itnalteglish Dam to be Constructed to Supply Londonderry with NVa,ter, :369
  • Improved Water Supply of the Hooghly-Chinsuralt Municipality in Bengal, 455
  • Water Power Developments in Canada, 369
  • Waterworks Opened at Chelmsford, New, 93
  • WATERLESS Gas Holder Statistics from 1918 to September, 1930, 541
  • Weider, The, to be Issued Monthly, 77
  • Welding Electrode, The " Cresta," 340
  • White Spruce Wood, Strength of, 253
  • Wind Pressure on Chimneys, American Bureau of Standards Investigations on, 399
  • Wind Tunnel, Largest Commercially Operated, Completed at Dundalk, Maryland, U.S.A., 679
  • Windsor—Detroit Vehicular Tunnel Between Canada and the United States Nearing Completion, 201
  • Winnipeg to Have a Steam Heating Plant, 201
  • Wire and Wire Ft,ncing Production in Canada during 1929, 541
  • WIRELESS :
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Company, Ltd., to have Eleven Ships Equipped with Marconi Transmitting and Receiving Apparatus, 227
  • Beam Wireless Service to Operate Between India and Japan Next Year, 311
  • Bristol Corporation and Unsightly Wireless Aerial Poles, 11
  • Broadcasting from Trains in Canada, 11
  • Broadcasting Station of High Power Starts Work in Mexico, 569
  • Broadcasting Station for Sao Paulo, 455
  • Broadcasting Station to be Erected in Central Ireland, 427
  • Canada's Manufacture of Radio Sets and Parts, 227
  • Colour Coding System of Wires for N.M.V. and Marconiphone Receiving Sets, 311
  • German Broadcasting Station at Mtilacher Commences Work, 577
  • Holland's Exports of Radio Apparatus and Accessories Decline, 201
  • Italy and Sardinia, Linking Up by a Wireless Telephone Service, 4
  • Karolus Light Cell, Patent Rights Assigned to the Radio Corporation of America, 201
  • Manhattan, Construction of a Theatrical and Wireless Broadcasting Centre in, 38
  • Radio Instruction Classes at the Northampton Polytechnic Institute, 311
  • Radio Station at Chenju, near Shanghai, now Completed, 369
  • Radio Stations to be erected at Kweiyang,
  • Pichiehhsion, and Tungjen, in Kweiehow, China, 569
  • Transmission of Working Drawings by Transatlantic Radio, 93
  • Wireless and High-frequency Engineering Instruction Classes at the Polytechnic, 311
  • Wireless Gramophone Working in Conjunction with a Foghorn Installed on a Lighthouse, 311
  • Wireless Telephone Service Between Java and Australia Opened, 707
  • Wireless Telephone Service Between New Zealand and Australia Opened, 623
  • WITBANK Power-house of the Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Company, Capacity of the, 93
  • Wonder Gold Mine, Northern Natal, to he Restarted, 341
  • Wood Distillation Industry in Belgium, 623
  • Wood, S. P., Death of Mr., 569
  • Workshops Without Windows, Advocated by Dr. E. E. Free, New York, 173
  • World's Agricultural Tractor Trials at Ardington, 6
  • World's Agricultural Tractor Trials at Ardington, Number of Entries, 281
  • World's Copper Foundry Production in June, 1930, 173

Y

  • YELLOW Birch Commercially the Important Hardwood in Canada, 483
  • Yorke, Sir Arthur, Retirement from Directorship of the Great Western Railway Company, 427
  • Yorke, Sir Arthur, The Late, 679

Z

  • ZEOLITE Water-softening Units in Municipal Water Treatment Plant at Springvale, 707
  • Zonolite, Production Added to Canada's Manufactures, 597

See Also

Loading...

Sources of Information