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Names

A

  • Acheron H.M. Destroyer, 699 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • Adams, L. E., Shear Stresses in Helical Springs, 698
  • Altmann, Dipl.-Ing. A. H. von, Over voltage Problems, 634
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Central Argentine Railway, 5ft. 6in. Gauge Locomotive, 19, 21
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., " Isothermos " Oil Lubricated Axle-box, 114
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Shipbuilders), Ltd., Standard Oil Tanker "Bisca," 10
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Ltd., 250-Ton Electric Hammerhead Crane, 492 (Two-page Supplement, May 1st, 1931)
  • Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., Single-deck Motor Coach, 494
  • Avonside Engine Co, Ltd., Metre-gauge 2-8-0 Locomotive, 21
  • A.E.G. Company, Automatic Arc Welding, 100
  • A. O. Smith Corporation, The Automatic Manufacture of Automobile Frames, 66, 78, 92

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Sectional Express Type Boiler, 48, 52
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 550 lb. Pressure Boiler, 52, 53
  • Beardmore and Co., Ltd., A Visit to, 412
  • Beauharnois Canal and Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 176, 188, 204, 205, 214
  • Benton, W. A., of W. and T. Avery, Saturation Tester, 56
  • Billiter and Klunz, Grinder for Slides, 291
  • Billiter and Klunz, Hydraulically Operated Planer. 290
  • Billiter and Klunz, Lathe Bed Grinder, 291
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co Ltd., "Sydney " Three-engined Reconnaissance Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Bocquet, W. M., An Engineering Question, 191
  • Bologna Florence Direttissima Railway and Great Apennine Tunnel, 676
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd., Metal Construction for Light Aircraft, 34
  • Brewer, F. W., Bigger Wagons for British Railways, 620
  • Bristol " Mercury " Engine, 35
  • Bullers, Ltd., Manufacture of Porcelain Insulators, 658
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Manchester-Altrincham Railway, 536, 544
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Transformer Tap Changing on Load, 58
  • Bromborough Dock, Opening of, 434, 443
  • Bruce Peebles and Co, Ltd., Mercury Arc Rectifier at Dewar-place Sub-station, Edinburgh, 247
  • Brown, David, and Sons Ltd., " Pericentric " Reduction Gear, 442

C

  • "Caldate " Twin-screw Steamer, Collier Fitted with Grab Cranes, 142
  • Canadian National Railway Steamer SS Prince Henry, 23, 24
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Liner TSS Empress of Britain John Brown and Co, Ltd., 509, 516, 547, 567, 595
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Steamer SS Princess Helene, 23, 24
  • Carlisle Fatal Railway Accident, London and North-Eastern Railway, 86
  • Casella, C. F., and Co. Ltd., Micrometer Water Level and Pressure Gauge, 248
  • Casella, C. F., and Co., Ltd., New Visibility Meter, 212
  • Chute-a-Caron Diversion Works on Saguenay River, Canada, 702, 708
  • Clacton Railway Accident, 142
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co, Ltd., 5-Ton Level Luffing Crane Without Luffing Ropes, 581
  • Collingham, R. H., Axial Vibration of Rotating Steam Turbine Disc Wheels, 370, 402; Erratum, 445
  • Crandall Engineering Company, Two Railway Dry Docks at Quebec, 400, 406
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester) Ltd., Double Railway Wheel Lathe, Electrically Operated, 300
  • Crompton Parkinson Ltd., New Ironclad Switchgear, 386
  • Cunard Steam Ship Co Ltd., Prospective View of New Cunarder, 22

D

E

  • Earle's Shipbuilding and Engineering Co Ltd., 2140 S.H.P. Jorgensen-Earle D.A. Two-stroke Engine, 39
  • "Ejectifier," Moynan Steam Dryer, 194
  • Ellison Insulations Ltd., Insulation Works at Birmingham, 218
  • English Electric Co Ltd., A Visit to Rugby Works, 512, 513
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., Electric Induction Roll Heaters, 456, 457
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., Modern Transformers and Induction Regulators, 430
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., South Indian Railway, Madras, Suburban Electrification Scheme, 294, 298, 299
  • English Steel Corporation and Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Electrically Operated Gear-driven Winding Plant for South African Gold Mines, 196
  • Enstrom, Dr. Axel, Research in Industry and Rationalisation, 632

F

  • Fairey Aviation Co, Ltd., " Firefly " 11 M.S.S. Interceptor Fighter, 36
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., Bucket Hopper Dredger 'Lord Cochrane', 23, 24
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Engine for Sisal Fields, 21
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Motor Locomotive, 21
  • Fulham Generating Station, Result of Public Inquiry, 132

G

  • Gear Grinding Co Ltd.,"Orcutt " Gear Grinding Machines, Range of Work of, 292
  • Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., Semi-automatic Hydraulic Gear Tooth Grinding Machine, 292
  • Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., Shaft Grinding Machine, 292
  • General Electric Company's High-tension Works and Laboratory, 539
  • Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd., Single-seater Interceptor Fighter, 35, 36
  • Gotz Gebruder, Metal Working Press, 325
  • Great Western Railway, Pannier Tank Engines, Yorkshire Engine Company, Ltd., 20, 21
  • Grimesthorpe Colliery, Powdered Fuel for Lancashire Boilers at, H. Tollemache and Co 110
  • Grimsby, New Fish Dock at, 618, 619

H

  • Handley Page Ltd., Forty-seater Aeroplane for Imperial Airways Ltd., 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Harland-B. and W. 6500 S.H.P. Airless Injection Engine, 39
  • Harland and Wolff Ltd., The Quadruple-screw Motor Passenger Liner " Reins del Pacifico," 379
  • Hawker Engineering Company, Ltd., " Fury " Interceptor Fighter, 12
  • Hecht, J. S., Industry and Economics, 155
  • Henderson, J. M Ltd., Grab Cranes for Coal-carrying Steamer " Caldare," 142
  • Henderson, P. L., Measurement of Speed Fluctuation, 104
  • Herbert, Alfred Ltd., Plain Horizontal Milling Machine, 292
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., 5A and 5B Capstan Lathes, 292
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., No. 6 Combination Turret Lathe, 292
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., No. 10 Combination Turret Lathe, 291, 292
  • Holmes, J. H., and Co, Ltd., A Visit to the Works of, 72
  • Hudson River Bridge, Views of Construction, 25
  • Hudson River Bridge, New York, Fourth Progress Report, 590-594
  • Humboldt-Deutzmotoren Company, Gas, Oil and Petrol Engines, 327

I

J

  • Jagt, B. G. H. van der, Process for Winning, Spinning and Weaving of Coir Fibre, 660, 661
  • Jenkyns, C. P., New Australian Locomotive Works at Port Augusta, 621
  • Johnson, J., Marine Water-tube Boiler Built by Yarrow and Co, Ltd., 48, 52
  • Jordan, Hydro-electric Power of the, 348, 352

K

  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Atmospheric Pollution in 1929-30, 257
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Cleaning of Power Station Waste Gases, 504
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 647, 670, 682
  • King, Charles R., Origin and Evolution of Indirect System of Heating Steam Boilers, 674
  • Kingsway Subway of the L.C.C. Tramways, Enlargement of the, 136
  • "Kingswood," Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation for the s.s., Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co Ltd., 156
  • Kitson and Co, Ltd.,Sudan Railway Locomotives Hauled to Docks by Road, 20

L

  • Lacy-Hulbert and Co, Ltd., Pneumatic Plant for Post Office Purposes, 608
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors Ltd., Electric Deck Winches, 580
  • Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Marine Electrical Control Gear, 690
  • Le Grand, Sutcliffe and Gell Ltd., Artesian Well in Bucks., 706
  • Legros, L. A., Gauging of Cylinders for Diameter, 436
  • Lewis, John, and Sons Ltd., Twin-screw Coal-carrying Steamer " Caldare," 142
  • Lister, R. A., and Co, Ltd., 2 B.H.P. Petrol Engines, 326
  • L.M.S. Railway Beyer-Garratt Locomotive, 16, 18
  • L.M.S. Railway Clyde Steamer " Duchess of Montrose," 22
  • L.M.S. Railway Passenger Tank Engine, 20
  • L.N.E.R. Harwich-Hook Cross-Channel Steamer " Amsterdam," 23, 24
  • L.N.E. Railway Three-cylinder Tank Engine,16, 18
  • Ludwig Loewe and Co, Continuous Measuring Device, 324, 325
  • Ludwig Loewe and Co., High-speed Lathe, 324, 325
  • Ludwig Loewe and Co., Hydraulically Operated Plain Grinding Machine, 324, 325
  • Ludwig Loewe and Co., Milling Machine, 325

M

  • Macfarlane Engineering Co Ltd., The Application of Electric Motors to the Driving of Centrifugal Machines, 112
  • MacLellan, P. and W. Ltd., Bridge Over the Nile at Jinja, Uganda, 74
  • M.A.N. Company, Automatic Emergency Lighting Set, 326
  • M.A.N. Company, Propeller Pump for Chemicals, 326
  • Massey, B. and S. Ltd., New Automatic Gear for Friction Drop Stamps, 415
  • Maudslay Centenary, 178, 203
  • Mavor and Coulson Ltd., British Fuel-handling Plant in Yugoslavia, 716
  • Meopham Aeroplane Disaster, Air Ministry's Report, 129; (Leader, 135)
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Electric Propulsion Machinery for Motor Ship " Lochfyne," 624, 625
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Fifty-cycle Single-phase Electric Locomotive for Hungarian State Railways, 491
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 20,000-kVA Water Wheel Alternators, 192
  • Midgley and Sutcliffe, Plain and a Universal Milling Machine, 276
  • Moler Products Ltd., " Fosalsil," 316, 317, 320
  • Mond Nickel Co Ltd., Acton Precious Metals Refinery, 454, 460
  • Moynan Steam Dryer, " Ejectifier," 194

N

O

P

R

  • Ransomes and Rapier Ltd., Large Breakdown Cranes, 600, 604
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., A New Mobile Crane, 383
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co Ltd., Magnetic Bucket Elevator, 387
  • "Reins del Pacifico," Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, 379
  • Reinecker, J. E. Bevel Gear Generator, 324
  • Reinecker, J. E., Double Helical Gear Generator, 324, 325
  • Reinecker, J. E., Spline Shaft Robbing Machine, 324, 325
  • Reinecker, J. E., Worm Grinding Machine, 324, 325
  • Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt Ltd., Full-way " Mopump," 690
  • Robertson, Prof. David Vector Methods of Studying Mechanical Vibrations, 230, 256, 288, 314
  • Robinson, T., and Son, Ltd., Vertical Roller Feed Band Saw, 579
  • " Rocket," The, Replica for New York Museum of Science and Industry, Robert Stephenson and Co, Ltd., 606
  • Roe, A. V., and Co., Ltd., Avro 621 All-metal Training Aeroplane, 13
  • Ruskin, B. C., Hydro-electric Power Plant at, 233, 240
  • Ruston and Hornsby Ltd., Four-cylinder High-speed " V.Q." Type Vertical Engine, 326
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 34 B.H.P. Horizontal H.R. Engine Running on Tar Oil, 326

S

  • Schiess-Defries Co, Pipe Cutting Machine, 291
  • Shanghai Waterworks, Progress at, 662
  • Shepstone, Harold J., Hydro-electric Power of the Jordan, 348, 352
  • Short Brothers Ltd., Three-engined " Valetta " Monoplane Seaplane, 35
  • Simon, Henry Ltd., Grain Elevator, Pneumatic, " Thomas Wiles," 102, 106 (Two-page Supplement, January 23rd, 1931)
  • Simons, W., and Co, Ltd., Suction Hopper Dredger " Reitbok," 23
  • Smith, S. Livingston, Effect and Use on the Properties of Motor Oils, 476
  • Southern Railway, " Schools " Class Express Locomotive, 16, 18
  • Southern Railway, Three-cylinder Mixed Traffic Locomotive, 16
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., BuenosAires Pacific Railway, Three-cylinder Tank Engine, 19, 21
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., 0-4-0 Brake Engines for Brazil, 21
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., Replica of the " Rocket " for New York Museum of Science and Industry, 606
  • Stoney Creek Bridge, Reinforcement of, Canadian Pacific Railway, 125-128
  • Sulzer Brothers, 1500 S.H.P. Two-stroke Single-acting Airless Injection Engine, 39, 40
  • Sulzer Brothers, 7600 B.H.P. Double-acting Two-stroke Marine Oil Engine, 484
  • Superheater Co Ltd., New Design Combustion Chamber Superheater, 53
  • Supermarine Aviation Co Works, Ltd., 40-Seater Six-engined Monoplane Flying Boat, 12
  • Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., " Southampton " Mk. X Three-engined Biplane Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)

T

V

  • Varley, G., Plate and Girder Drilling with Modern Drilling Machines, 652
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Caisson Hinged Dock for India, 221
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., B 19/27 Twin-engined Night Bomber, 12
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., " Vellace " Twin-engincd Freight Carrier, 13
  • Victory Valves Ltd., An Easily Inspected Valve, 582
  • Voith-Schneider Propulsion System, 651
  • Vulcan Foundry Ltd., N.W. Railway of India Four-cylinder Engine with Caprotti Gear, 19, 21

W

  • Waikaremoana Hydro-electric Power Station, 20,000-kVA Water Wheel Alternators, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 192
  • Waldrich, H. A. and Co., 500 mm. Centres High-speed Lathe, 290
  • Waldrich, H. A., and Co., Open-sided Hydraulically Operated Planing Maohine, 290
  • Walker, H., High-speed Worm Drives, 644
  • Wanderer-Werke Company, Semi -automatic Milling Machine for Mass Production, 325
  • Wanderer-Werke Company, Table Control Stops for Milling Machines, 325
  • Wanderer-Werke Company, Vertical Milling Machine, 325
  • Werkspoor Supercharging System, 40
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co Ltd., A Now Rail Brake, 346
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Westland-Hill Pterodactyl Mark IV. Aeroplane, 706
  • Wickham, D., and Co. Ltd., 100 H.P. Oil-engined Shunting Locomotive for the Argentine, 180

Y

  • Yarrow-Gresley High-pressure Locomotive " No. 10,000," 125
  • Yarrow and Co, Ltd., " Johnson " Marine Water-tube Boiler, 48, 52
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 7000 H.P. Boiler for P. and 0. Liners, 52, 53
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Side-fired Boiler for s.s. " Empress of Japan," 48, 52

Subjects

A

AERONAUTICS

  • Air Disaster at Meuliam, Air Ministry's Report, 129; (Loader, 135)
  • Avro 621 All-metal Training Aeroplane, 13
  • Blackburn " Sydney " Three-engined Reconnaissance Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement. January 2nd, 1931)
  • Bristol " Mercury " Engine, 36
  • Fairey " Firefly " 11 M.S.S. Interceptor Fighter, 36
  • Gloster Single-seater Interceptor Fighter, 36, 36
  • Handley Page Forty-seater Aeroplane for Imperial Airways, Ltd., 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Hawker " Fury " Interceptor Fighter, 12
  • Metal Construction for Light Aircraft, Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 34
  • Opportunities for Seaplanes in Burma, Theophilus," 162
  • Short Brothers Three-engined Monoplane-Seaplane " Valetta," 35
  • Supermarino " Southampton," Mk. X, Three-engined Biplane Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Vickers B 19/27 Twin-engined Night Bomber, 12
  • Vickers " Vellore " Twin-engined Freight Carrier, 13
  • Westland-Hill Pterodactyl Mark iv., Aeroplane, Westland Aircraft Works, 706
  • ARTESIAN Well in Bucks, Le Grand, Sutcliff and Gell, Ltd., 706
  • " Askania " Regulating Apparatus. Reavell and Co.'s Exhibit at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 657
  • Atmospheric Pollution in 1929-30, J. B. C. Kershaw, 257
  • Automatic Arc Welding, A.E.G. Company, 100
  • Automatic Manufacture of Automobile Frames, A. O. Smith Corporation, 66, 78, 94
  • Axial Vibration of Rotating Steam Turbine Disc Wheels, 370, 402; (Erratum, 445)

B

  • BARRAGE on the Nile, The Nag Hammadi, 122, 123, 134, 150, 160

BOILERS :

  • Boiler, 500 lb. Pressure, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 52, 53
  • Boiler. Sectional Express Type, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 48, 52
  • Boiler. 7000 H.P. for P. and 0. Liners, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 52, 53
  • Boiler, Side-fired, for s.s. " Empress of Japan," Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 48, 52
  • Boilers, Origin and Evolution of Indirect System of Beating Steam, Charles R. King, 674
  • Boilers, Thornycroft High -pressure for, H .M.S. " Acheron," 699 (Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • Marine Water-tube Boiler, Johnson, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 48, 52
  • Powdered Fuel for Lancashire Boilers, H. Tollemache and Co., 110

BRIDGES

  • Bridge Over the Nile at Jinja, Uganda. P.and W. MacLellan, Ltd., 74
  • Hudson River Bridge, 590-594
  • Hudson River Bridge, Views of Construction, 25
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 647, 670, 682
  • Martinez-Benicia Bridge, Suisun Bay, 562, 574
  • Montrose Bridge, 616, 628
  • Reinforcement of Stoney Creek Bridge, Canadian Pacific Railway, 125-128
  • BRITISH Fuel-handling Plant in Yugoslavia, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 716
  • C
  • CAISSON, Hinged Dock, for India, Vickers=Armstrong, Ltd., 221
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Liner " Empress of Britain," John Brown and Co., Ltd., 509, 516, 547, 567, 595
  • Canal, Construction of Canadian Diversion, Chute-a-Caron Plant. 702, 708
  • Centrifugal Machines, The Application of Electric Motors to the Driving of, Macfarlane Engineering Company. Ltd., 112
  • Chinese Students in England, Lieut.-Colonel B. K. Morcom, 673

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • Fuel-handling Plant in Yugoslavia, Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., 716
  • Safety in Mines, Professor S. M. Dickson at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conyersazione, 656
  • COIR Fibre Winning, Spinning and Weaving, The B.G.H. van der Jagt Process, 660, 661
  • Crane, A. New Mobile, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 383
  • Crane, 5-Ton Level Lulling, Without Luffing Ropes, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 581
  • Crane, 250-Ton Electric Hammerhead. Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., 492
  • Cranes, Large Breakdown, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 600, 604
  • Cylinders, Gauging of, for Diameter, I.. A. Legros, 436

D

  • DISTILLERY, Electrically Welded Tanks at a, John Thompson (Dudley), Ltd., 158
  • Dock at Grimsby, New Fish, 618, 619
  • Drop Stamps, New Automatic Gear for Friction, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 415
  • Dryer, Moynan Steam, " Ejectifier," 194

E

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Alternators, 20,000-kVA Water Wheel, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 192
  • British Electrical Industry and Buenos Aires Exhibition, 56
  • Characteristic Curves of A.C. Commutator Motors, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Electric Induction Roll Heaters, English Electric Company, Ltd., 456, 457
  • Electric Motors, The Application of, to the Driving of Centrifugal Machines, Macfarlane Engineering Company, Ltd., 112
  • Electrical Determination of 'Water Purity, G. F. Tagg, 532
  • Electrically Operated Double Railway Wheel Lathe, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 300
  • Electrically Operated Gear-driven Winding Plant for South African Gold Mines, English Steel Corporation and Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 196
  • Electrically Welded Tanks at a Distillery, John Thompson (Dudley), Ltd., 158
  • Elevator, Magnetic Bucket, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 387
  • Flame-proof Motor, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Fulham Generating Station, 132
  • High-voltage Testing, 141
  • Insulation Works at Birmingham, Ellison Insulators, Ltd., 218
  • Insulators, Manufacture of Porcelain, Bullers, Ltd., 658
  • Ironclad Switchgear, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 386
  • Marine Electrical Control Gear, Laurence-Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 690
  • Mercury Arc Rectifier at Dewar-place Sub-station, Edinburgh, Bruce, Peebles and Co., Ltd., 247
  • Modem Transformers and Induction Regulators, English Electric Company, Ltd., 430
  • Porcelain Insulators, Manufacture of, Bullers, Ltd., 658
  • Switchgear, 680
  • Tap Changing on Load, Transformer, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 58
  • Totally Enclosed Ventilated Motor, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Traction Rectifier at Edinburgh, Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd., 247
  • Transformer Tap Changing on Load, Oerlikon Company, 704
  • Visit to the Works of J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Water Wheel Alternators, 20,000-kVA, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 192

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • Doxford 3300 S.H.P. Two-stroke Opposed Piston Engine, 40
  • Harland-B. and W. 5500 S.H.P. Airless Injection Engine, 39
  • Jorgensen-Earle 2140 S.H.P. D.A. Two-stroke Engine, 39
  • North-Eastern 2750 S.H.P. Four-stroke Single-acting Engine, 39
  • Engine, Oil, 850 1.3.P., Test of Ruston and Hornsby, tarried Out by Mr. W. A. Tookey, 553
  • Oil Engine, 1500 B.H.P. Eight-cylinder Fullagar, English Electric Company, Ltd., 513, 514
  • Oil Engine, 12-26 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Compression-ignition, W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., 712, 713
  • Sulzer 1500 S.H.P. Two-stroke Single-acting Airless Injection Engine, 39, 40
  • ENLARGEMENT of the Kingsway Subway of the L.C.C. Tramways, 136
  • Elevator, Magnetic Bucket, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd., 387

EXHIBITIONS :

  • British Chemical Plant Exhibition, 26
  • British Empire Trade Exhibition at Buenos Aires, 284, 310, 336, 364, 394. 422, 450 (Supplement, Sixteen Page*, March 13th, 1931)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham, 184, 209, 236, 260, 302 (Eight-page Supplemelds, February 13th and 20th, 1931)
  • Buenos Aires Exhibition, The British Electrical Industry and the, 56
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 290, 324, 325

F

  • " FOSALSIL," Moler Products, Ltd., 316, 317, 320
  • Fuel-handling Plant in Yugoslavia, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 716

G

  • GASES, Cleaning of Power Station Waste, J. B. C. Kershaw, 504
  • Gauging of Cylinders for Diameter, L. A. Legros, 436
  • Good, E. T., Shipyard Labour and Wages, 710
  • Grain Elevator, Pneumatic, " Thomas Wiles," for Port of London Authority, 102, 106 (Supplement, January 23rd, 1931)

H

  • HELICAL Springs, Shear Stresses in, L. E. Adams, 698
  • H.M.S. " Acheron," Turbine Machinery Constructed by Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd., 699 (Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • Hook, A New Form of Suspension, A. B. Steele, 662
  • Hydro-electric Power of the Jordan, Harold J Shepstone, 348. 352
  • Hydro-electric Plant at. Ruskin, B.C., 233, 240
  • IRRIGATION in Egypt, The Nag Hammadi Barrage on the Nile, 122, 123, 134, 150, 160

L LOCOMOTIVES :

  • Brake Engines for Brazil, 0-4-0, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., 21
  • Buenos-Aires Pacific Railway Three-cylinder Tank Engine, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., 19,21
  • Central Argentine Railway 5ft. 6in. Gauge Locomotive, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 19, 21
  • Electric Locomotive, 1500-Volt D.C., 294
  • Electrification Scheme, English Electric Company, Ltd., 299
  • Locomotive Shunting, 100 H.P. Oil-engined, D. Wickham and Co., Ltd., 180
  • L.M.S. Railway, Boyer-Garratt Locomotive, 16, 18
  • L.M.S. Railway Passenger Tank Engine, 20
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Cornpolnd High-pressure Locomotive " No. 10,000," 154 (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1931)
  • L.N.E. Railway Three-cylinder Tank Engine, 16, 18
  • Metre-gauge 2-8-0 Locomotive, Avonside Engine Company, Ltd., 21
  • motor Locomotive, .John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 21
  • Nanking-Shanghai Railway 4-6-2 Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., 21
  • North-West Railway of India Four-cylinder Engine with Caprotti Gear, Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., 19, 21
  • Pannier Tank Engines for Great Western Railway, Yorkshire Engine Company, Ltd., 20, 21
  • sisal Fields Engine, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 21
  • Southern Railway " Schools " Class Express Locomotive, 16, 18
  • Southern Railway Three-cylinder Mixed Traffic Locomotive, 16
  • South Indian Railway, Madras Suburban Electric Locomotive, 298
  • Sudan Railway Locomotives Hauled by Road to Docks, Kitson and Co., Ltd., 20
  • Three-cylinder Multi-pressure Locomotive, Canadian Pacific Railway, 580

M

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Drilling Machines, Plate and Girder Drilling with Modem, G. Varley, 652
  • Gear Generating Machine, High-speed, Power Plant Company, Ltd., 686 (Supplement, June 19th, 1931)
  • Gear Grinding Machine, 15ft. " Sunderland," J. Parkinson and Son, 438 (Supplement, April 17th, 1931)
  • Gear, " Pericontric " Reduction, David Brown and Sons, Ltd., 442
  • Lathe, Electrically Driven Toolroom, Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd., 410
  • Lathe, Electrically Operated Double Railway Wheel, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 300
  • Milling Machine, A Plain and a Universal, Midgley and Sutcliffe, 276
  • Worm Thread Grinding Machine, J. Holroyd and Co., 646
  • Worm Wheel Generating Machine, J. Holroyd and Co., 646

MAPS :

  • Map Showing Route of Line of Bologna} orence Direttissima Railway and Great Apennine Tunnel, 676
  • Mass Production Chart, 683
  • Plan Showing Diversion Canal at Chute-a-Caron on Saguenay River, Canada, 702
  • Plan Showing Position, Kill van Kull Bridge, 647
  • Profile and Plan of Kill van Kull Bridge, 647
  • Profile of Bologna-Florence Direttissima Railway, 676
  • MECHANICAL Vibrations, Vector Methods of Studying, Professor David Robertson, 230, 256, 288, 314
  • Metals Refinery, The Acton Precious, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., 454, 460
  • Marine Electrical Control Gear, Laurence-Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 690

P

  • PLATE and Girder Drilling with Modern Drilling Machines, G. Varley, 652
  • Pneumatic Plant for Post Office Purposes, Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 608
  • Pulverised Fuel Service Results on the s.s. " Borwindlea," 356

PUMPS :

  • " Mopump " Rhodos. Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., 690
  • Pump, Model of Screw or Axial Flow, Exhibited by J. H. W. Gill at Instijution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 67
  • Pump, Rotary, for High Vacua, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 168
  • Pump. Self-priming, Sihl Machine Worts, Zurich, 636
  • Powdered Fuel for Lancashire Boilers at Grimesthorpe Colliery, H. Tollemache and Co., 110
  • " Pericentric " Reduction Gear, David Brown and Sons. Ltd., 442

R

RAILWAYS

  • Axle-box, The " Isothermos " Oil-lubricated, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co.. Ltd., 114
  • Bologna-Florence Direttissima Railway and Great Apennine Tunnel, 676
  • Electrification of Manchester-Altrincham Railway, 536, 544, 563
  • Rail Brake, A New, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 346
  • Railway Dry Dock at Quebec, G. T. Davie and Sons, Crandall Engineering Company, 400, 406
  • Railway Wheels during Construction and Under Load, Coloured Photographs Exhibited by Professor E. G. Coker at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 657
  • RIVERS and Streams of Old London, H. E. Stilgoe at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656
  • Rolling Mill, Opening of a New, Andrews Toledo, Ltd., 356

S

  • SAW, Vertical Roller-feed Band, 'I'. Robinson and Son, Ltd., 579

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :

  • Automatic Temperature Control Apparatus, Exhibited by J. L. Hodgson at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656
  • Balancing Machine, Static, Exhibited by Professor E. H. Lamb at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656
  • Manometer and Pitot Tube, Portable Sensitive, Exhibited by J. L. Hodgson at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656
  • Micrometer Water Level and Pressure Gauge. C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 248
  • Saturation Tester, W. A. Benton, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 56
  • Testing Device, Worm and Wheel, 647
  • Visibility Meter, A New, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 212
  • SHEAR Stresses in Helical Springs, 1.. E. Adams, 698

SHIPS AND SHIPPING :

  • Bucket Hopper Dredger " Lord Cochrane," Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd., 23, 24
  • Canadian National Railways' Steamer " Prince Henry," 23, 24
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Steamer " Princess Helene," 23, 24
  • Collier with Grab Cranes, The " Caldare," 142
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation for the s.s. " Kingswood," Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd., 156
  • Harwich-Hook Steamer " Amsterdam," 23, 24
  • H.31.S. " Acheron," turbines and Boilers of, (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • Isle of Man Steam Packet Steamer " Lady of Mann," 23, 24
  • L.M.S. Railway Clyde Steamer " Duchess of Montrose," 22
  • New Zealand Shipping Company's Motor Cargo Liner " °taro," 9, 10
  • Prospective View of New Cunarder, 22
  • " Reins del Pacifico," Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, 379
  • Standard Oil Tanker, " 13isca," 10
  • S.S. " Berwindlea," Pulverised Fud Service Results, 356
  • Suction Hopper Dredger " Reitbok," Wm. Simons and Co., Ltd., 23
  • Surging of Ships, J. Lockwood Taylor, 259
  • Thames Motor Tug " Lench," James Pollock, Sons and Co., Ltd., 244
  • Windlass, An Unusual Mooring Winch, for the Steamship " Triona," Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 355
  • SEAPLANES in Burma, Opportunities for " Theophilus," 152
  • Shanghai Waterworks, Progress of, 662
  • Speed. Fluctuation, Measurement of, P. L. Henderson, 104
  • Springs, Helical, Shear Stresses in, L. E. Adams, 698
  • Steam Turbine Developments, A. G. Christie, 272
  • Steel, Self-tempering Chisel, S. Osborn and Co., Ltd., 442
  • Supercharging System, Werkspoor, 40
  • Superheater, New Design Combustion Chamber, Superheater Company, Ltd., 53
  • Switchgear, 680

T

  • TANKS. Electrically Welded, at a Distillery John Thompson (Dudley), Ltd., 158
  • Telephone Progress, 101
  • Tester, Saturation, W. A. Benton, 56
  • Testing Machine, Holroyd Friction, 645
  • Transformer Tap Changing on Load, B.T.H. Company, Ltd., 58
  • Transformer Tap Changing on Load, Oerlikon Company, 704
  • Tunnel, Great Apennine, 676
  • Turbine Disc Wheel Testing Machine, 370, 402; (Erratum, 445)

V

  • VALVE, An Easily Inspected, Victory Valves, Ltd., 582
  • Vector Methods of Studying Mechanical Vibrations, by Professor David Robertson, 230, 256, 288, 314

W

  • WATER Level and Pressure Gauge, Micro-meter, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 248
  • Welding Set, Portable, J. H. Holmes and ('o., Ltd., 73
  • Winding Plant for South African Gold Mines, Electrically Operated Gear-driven, English Steel Corporation and Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 196
  • Wireless System, A Now, Demonstration Between Dover and Calais, 413
  • Well, Artesian, in Bucks., Le Grand, Sutcliff and Gen, Ltd., 706
  • Worm Drives, High-speed, H. Walker, 044

Supplements

  • ANGLO-SPANISH Supplement, The British Empire Trade Exhibition at Buenos Aires, (Sixteen-page Supplement, March 13th, 1931)
  • Boiler, High-pressure, for H.M. Destroyer " Acheron," J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • British Empire Trade Exhibition at Buenos Aires (Sixteen-page Supplement, March 13th, 1931)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight-, k page Supplement, February 13th, 1931), 1 (Eight-page Supplement, February 20th, 1931)
  • Crane, 250-Ton Electric Hammerhead, Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, May 1st, 1931)
  • Gear Generating Machine, High-speed " Sykes," Power Plant Company, Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1931)
  • Grain Elevator, Pneumatic, " Thomas Wiles," for Port of London Authority (Two-page Supplement, January 23rd, 1931)
  • Helical Gear Generating Machine, " Sunderg land " Spur and, J. Parkinson and Son (Two-page Supplement, April 17th, 1931)
  • High-pressure Four-cylinder Compound Express Locomotive No. " 10,000," London and North-Eastern Railway Company (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1931)
  • Hydro-electrio Engineering in 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Propelling Machinery of H.M. Destroyer " Acheron," Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • Some Aeroplanes of 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Bridges of 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Civil Engineering in 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Electrical Engineering in 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Hydro-electric Engineering Works in 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Motorships of 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Steamships of 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • Some Warships of 1930 (January 2nd, 1931)
  • "The Metallurgist " (Sixteen-page Supplement, January 30th, 1931, February 27th, 1931, March 27th, 1931, April 24th, 1931. May 29th, 1931, June 26th, 1931)

The Buenos Aires Trade Exhibition

Names of Exhibitors

A

  • AGRICULTURAL and General Engineers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31. viii
  • Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 460
  • Allen, Edgar, and Co., Ltd., 365
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xi
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth Aircraft Company, Ltd., 312
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 339
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 312
  • Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 366
  • Atlantic Engine Company, Ltd., 450
  • Austin Motor Company, Ltd., 367
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii

B

  • BABCOCK and Wilcox, Ltd., 311
  • Bailey, Sir W. H., and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Bamfords, Ltd., 366
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 338
  • Bentall, E. H., and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, viii
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 453
  • Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., 336
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iv
  • Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., 312
  • British Dardelet Threadlock Company, Ltd., 365
  • British Dominion Fire Engineering Company, 313
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 452
  • British Power Railway Signalling Company, Ltd., 284
  • Broadbent, T., and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ix
  • Brooke, J. W., and Co., Ltd., 450
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., 451

C

  • CAMBRIDGE Instrument Company, Ltd., 286
  • Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd., 452
  • Cochran and Co. (Annan), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Ltd., 451
  • Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 397

D

  • DAVEY, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • De Havilland Aircraft Company, Ltd., 312
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 460
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 310
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, ix

E

  • EAGLE Engineering Company, Ltd., 366
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 424
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., Bellies and Morcom, Ltd., Tangyes, Ltd., Joint Exhibit, 338
  • English Steel Corporation, Suppe., 13.3.31, iii
  • Evershed and Vignoles, 425

F

  • FODENS, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 397

G

  • GENERAL Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 284
  • "Golden Arrow," Racing Car, 367
  • Graham and Normanton, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, v
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii
  • Gresham and Craven, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii

H

  • HADFIELDS, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vii
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd., 394
  • Hartley and Sugden, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xi
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., 424
  • Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 451
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiii
  • Holmes, J. H., and Co., Ltd., 364
  • Howard and Bullough, Ltd., 284
  • Howard, J. and F., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Howard Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 451

I

  • IGRANIC Electric Company, Ltd., 287

J

  • JONES and Shipman, Ltd., 396

K

  • KEARNS, H. W., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ii
  • Kermodes, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Klinger, Richard, Ltd., 397

L

  • LAIDLAW, Drew' and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vii
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 366
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 425
  • Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., 364
  • Lorries and Motor Cars, 366
  • Loudon Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iv, v

M

  • MARSHALL, Sons and Co., Ltd., 452
  • Mather and Platt, Ltd., 313
  • McKay, H. V. (Proprietary), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 285
  • Metropolitan Cammell Carriage, Wagon and Finance Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iii
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 394
  • Morris, Herbert, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, x
  • Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd., 366
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., 367
  • Morris Motors, Ltd. (Marine Department), 450

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 422
  • Nowalls Insulation Company, Ltd., 397
  • Newman, Hender and Co., Ltd., 397

P

  • PARSONS Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xv
  • Pearn, F., and Co., Ltd., 310
  • Pegler Brothers and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Petters Ltd., 312, 423

R

  • RAE, J. A., and Co., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Ransoms and Marles Bearing Company, Ltd., 366
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 422
  • Read and Campbell, Ltd., 313
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., 395
  • Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Robb, Henry, Ltd., 397
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 312, 313, 367
  • Ross, R. G., and Son, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, v
  • Rotoplunge Pump Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423

S

  • SCAMMELL Lorries, Ltd., 366
  • Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 337
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd., 414
  • Simonis, Ltd., 313
  • Singer and Co., Ltd., 367
  • Smith's Aircraft Instruments, Ltd., 287
  • Stream Lino Filter Company, Ltd., 365
  • Sunbeam Motor Company, Ltd., 367
  • Superheater Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, v

T

  • TANGYES Ltd., 338
  • Taylor Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iii
  • Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., 397
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., 366, 450
  • Tool Makers of Sheffield, 364
  • Trewhella Brothers, Ltd., 365
  • Turner Brothers, 397

V

  • VACUUM Brake Company , Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii the Supermarin©
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., and 13.3.31, iii
  • Aviation Works, Ltd., 312
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., Suppe.,

W

  • WALKER, James, and Co., Ltd., 397
  • 'West, Ernest, and Benyon, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxhy Signal Company, Ltd., 397
  • White, J. Samuel, and Co., Ltd., 364
  • White, Thomas, and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, v

OTHER EXHIBITORS :

  • Aerogen Company, Ltd., Gas Generators, 453
  • Bell Brothers, Ltd., Softening Plants, Household and Industrial, 453
  • Bertrams Ltd., " Universal " Punching, Shearing, Bar Angle and Tee Bevel Cropping Machine, 453
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Butt Welder, Cables, Insulating Wires, 453
  • British Separators, Ltd., Separators, " Vickcen," 453
  • Brown, Bayley's Steel Works, Ltd., Steel Products, 453
  • Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., Floodlights, Searchlights, 453
  • Chesterfield Tube Company, Ltd., Pipes, Cold-drawn Weldless Steel Steam, Steel Cylinders, Tubes, " Peroma," 453
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., By-products, Grades of Pig Iron, Photographs of Structural Steel Work, 453
  • Fleming, Birkby and Goodall, " Teon " Belts, 453
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., Clocks, 453
  • Green, E., and Son, Ltd., Air Heaters, Economisers, 453
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Products, 453
  • Monno Compressed Air Grease Cup Company, Ltd., Grease Cups, Lubricators, 453
  • Mercury Truck and Tractor Company, Photographs of Tractors and Trucks, 453
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., Electric Arc Welding, " Premag " Process of Welding Copper, 453
  • Oldham and Son, Ltd., Batteries and Lamps, 453
  • Pegg, Samuel, and Son, Live Wire Screen, Pegson " Power Tamper, " Pegson," 453
  • Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., Pumps, " Mopump " Centrifugal, Motors, 453
  • Shanks, Alexander, and Son, Ltd., Lawn Mowers, 453
  • Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd., Aviation Instruments, Diving Apparatus, Safety and Protective Devices, 453
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Ltd., Coal and Chemicals, Pig Iron, Cast Iron Pipes, 453
  • Steel Nut and Joseph Hampton, Ltd., Bolts and Nuts, Malleable and Grey Iron Castings, Tools, 453
  • Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning Plant, Vacuum Cleaning Plant, 453
  • Tool Makers of Sheffield : Balfour, Arthur, and Co., Ltd.; B.S.A. Tools, Ltd.; Easterbrook, Allcard and Co., Ltd.; Neill, James, and Co.; Osborne, Samuel, and Co., Ltd.;
  • Sanderson Brothers and Newbould, Ltd.;
  • Sheffield Steel Products, Ltd., 364
  • Watson, Laidlaw and Co., Ltd., Hydro Eitractors, 453
  • Winget Ltd., Concrete Mixers, 453

Subjects

A

  • AERIAL Torpedo, Directing Sight for, Smiths Aircraft Instruments, Ltd., 287
  • Aeroplane, " Bulldog," Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd., 312
  • Aeroplane, " Westland Wapiti," Petters, Ltd., 312
  • Aeroplanes, Atlas Army Co-operation, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft Company, Ltd., 312
  • Aeroplanes, Models of, Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., 312
  • Aeroplanes, " Moths," " Gipsy," and " Puss," De Havilland Aircraft Company, Ltd., 312
  • Air Compressor, Petrol-driven Portable, Holman Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiii
  • Air Motor, Hele-Shaw-Beacham, Holman Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiii
  • Ammonia Compressor for Ice-making Plant, Ernest West and Benyon, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Ammonia Compressor, Three-cylinder, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 394
  • Ammonia Compressor, Twin-cylinder, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 394
  • Axle-box Die-casting Machine, Sir W. U. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers). Ltd., 339

B

  • BEARINGS, Anti-friction Ball and Roller, Ransomes and Mules Bearing Company, Ltd., 365
  • Boiler, Marine Water-tube, Fitted with Super-heater and Air Heater, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 311
  • Boiler, Ruston Patented " Thermax " Vertical,
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423
  • Boiler, Spencer-Hopwood Vertical Type Water-tube, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 339
  • Boiler, Vertical, Cochran and Co. (Annan), Ltd., Suppt, 13.3.31, vi
  • Boilers, Low-pressure, for Central Heating (Hartley and Sugden, Ltd.), J. A. Rae and Co., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Bolts and Nuts, Self-Locking Screw Thread, British Dardelet Threadlock Company, Ltd., 365
  • Brake, Arrangement. of Two-power, Vacuum Brake Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii

C

  • CARDING Engine, Revolving Flat, Howard and Bullough, Ltd., 284
  • Chaff Cutters, Grinding Mills and Food-preparing Plant, E. H. Bentall and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii r.
  • Circulator, " Selfix " Hot Water, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 451
  • Clutch, " Broadbent " Centrifugal, T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ix
  • Coal Pulverising Machine, No. 6 " Atritor," Alfred Herbert., Ltd., 424
  • Compressor. Totally Enclosed Vertical, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 451
  • Compressor Plant, 100 Cubic Foot Portable Petrol, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 451
  • Compressor, Rotary Type, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 451
  • Concrete Mixer, Tilting Drum Type, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 452
  • Concrete Mixer with an Upright Drum, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 397
  • Crane, Model, Portable Luffing .Jib, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 311
  • Crane, 30 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Water-cooled Petrol Engine Driven Versatile, Herbert. Morris, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, x
  • Crushing and Screening Plant, Portable, Hadfields, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vii

D

  • DRILL, " John Bull " Portable Petrol Engine Driven; Drills, Hammers and Picks, Howard Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 451

E Electrical Matters :

  • Alternator, 120-kW, Three-phase, 220-Volts at 60 Cycles, English Electric Company, Ltd., 338
  • Cable, Three-phase Power Transmission; Cables, Submarine Telegraph and Telephone, Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 337
  • Circuit Breakers, General Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Control Unit, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 287
  • Dynamo, 10-kW Steam Turbine, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii
  • Fans and Motors, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 397
  • Lighting Set, 4.5-kW Oil Engine Driven. R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.,
  • Midworth Distant Repeater. Evershed and Vignoles, 425
  • Motor, Enclosed External Fan, Ventilated, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 305
  • Motor Starters, Automatic D.C., Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 287
  • Motors, Small Electric, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 313
  • Motors, Standard D.C. and A.C., with Control Gear, General Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Pillar, High-tension; Pole Terminal Box, Inverted Type, Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 337
  • Pl and Sockets, Metal-clad Three-phase, 3 6; Switch, Oil-immersed Ring Main Isolating, 395; Switch Panel, Metal-clad; Switch and Fuse Equipment; Switchgear, High and Low Voltage, A. Royrolle and Co., Ltd., :396
  • Rheostat, Multiple-finger Self-acting Starting, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 287
  • Switch, Thermostatically Controlled, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Telephone, " Neophone," Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 337
  • Traction Motor and Controller, General Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Transmission Lino Tower, Double Circuit Type, Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iv
  • Wheatstone Bridge with Self-contained Galvanometer, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 424

Engines :

  • Engine, Aeroplane, " F " Type, Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 312, 313
  • Engine. Aeroplane. " Gipsy I.," De Havilland Aircraft Company. Ltd., 312, 313
  • Engine, Aeroplane, " Jupiter," Bristol Aeroplane Company. Ltd., 312
  • Engine, Hydroplane, 140 B.H.P. Six-cylinder, 3. I. Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., 450
  • Engines, Aeroplane, 80 to 800 H.P., 312; Aircraft, 340 H.P., Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 312, :313
  • Engine, Miirine, 12-24 " Navigator " Four cylinder; Engine, Marine, 18 to 50 " Commodore " Six-cylinder, Morris Motors, Ltd. (Marine Department), 450
  • Engine, 400 B.H.T. " Y " Type Twelve-cylinder Coastal Motor Boat; 9 B.H.P. " Handbilly," J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 450
  • Engine, Oil, 9 B.H.P. Cold Starting, Coupled to Bull D.C. Generator, Blackstone and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Engine, Oil, 17 B.H.P. Cold Starting, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 422
  • Engine, 24-45 B.H.P. dour-cylinder, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppl., 13.3.31, xv
  • Engine, Oil, 28 B.H.P. Cold Starting, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423
  • Enqine, Oil, 34 B.H.P. Single-cylinder, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd.. 422
  • Engine, Oil, 48 B.H.P. Single-cylinder. Tangyes Ltd., 338
  • Engine, Oil, 60 B.H.P. Three-cylinder, Sleeve Valve, Mirrlees-Ricardo. 395: 450 B.H.P. Six-cylinder, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day Ltd., 394, 395
  • Engine. Oil, 70-77 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Vertical, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Engine, 75 to 120 B.H.P. Six-cylinder, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd.. Suppe., 13.3.31. xv
  • Engine, Oil, 80 B.H.P. Airless Injection Twin-cylinder, Potters Ltd., 423
  • Engine, Oil, 100 H.P. High-speed. W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xi
  • Engine, Oil, 210 B.H.P., Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 338
  • Engine, Oil, " Aero " Typo Heavy, Ailsa Craig Motor Company. Ltd., 450
  • Engine. Oil, for Tractor, Suppt., 13.3.31, viii, x; Large Horizontal, Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Engine, Oil, High•speed. " Aero " Type for, Road Transport, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 366
  • Engine, Oil, Six-cylinder High-speed. Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 423
  • Engine, Six-cylinder, Sectionalised, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 366
  • Engine, Oil, Vertical Type, Bamfords, Ltd., 366
  • Engine, Paraffin or Petrol, 5 I3.H.P. Single-cylinder Two-stroke, Potters Ltd., 423
  • Engine, Paraffin-petrol, 6 B.H.P. (and Pump), National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 422
  • Engine, Paraffin or Petrol, 20-30 H.P. Four-cylinder, 450, 451; Paraffin or Petrol, 22-40 H.P. Four-cylinder, W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., 450 14ngine, Paraffin or Petrol, 26 to 30 B.H.P.: Paraffin or Petrol, 45 to 48 B.H.P. Six cylinder, Atlantic Engine Company, Ltd., 450
  • Engine, Paraffin or Petrol, 55 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Marine, J. I. Thornycroft and Co.,
  • Ltd., 450, 451
  • Engine Performance Curve, Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd..
  • Engines, Petrol, 10 H.P. " Empire " Four-cylinder; Engines. Petrol, 15 to 40 B.H.P. Six-cylinder; Petrol, 105 B.H.P. Six-cylinder, J. W. Brooke and Co.. Ltd., 450
  • Engine, Petrol, 10-20 B.H.P., Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xv
  • Engines, Petrol, 12-20 and 20-35 H.P. Four-cylinder Marine, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 450
  • EJECTORS, Modified " Dreadnought,"Gresham and Craven, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii

F

  • FILTERS, Stream Line, Stream Line Filter Company, Ltd., 365
  • Fire Engine, " Hatfield " Motor, Morrywoather and Sons, Ltd., 285
  • Fire Engine, Standard Four-wheel, Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd., 366
  • Fire Extinguishers, Bracket Typo, British Dominion Fire Engineering Company, 313
  • Fire Extinguishers, Bracket Type, Read and Campbell, Ltd., 313
  • " Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 285
  • Fire Fighting Appliances, *father and Platt. Ltd., 313
  • Fire Pump, Motor Trailer, Sirnonis Ltd., 313
  • Fire Pump, Trailer, Merry weather and Sons, Ltd., 285

G

  • GEAR-BOX, " Wilson-Drowry 1)re w ry 'ar Company, Ltd., 310
  • Grain Handling Plant, Model of, Henry Simon, Ltd., 414

H

  • HAMMER, Chipping, Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 284
  • Hammer, 3-Cwt. Motor-driven Pneumatic Power (R. G. Ross and Co., Ltd.), Loudon Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, v
  • Harvester Thresher, " Autoheader; " Harvester Thresher, " Sunshine," H. V. McKay (Proprietary), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Hoist, Pneumatic Wire Rope Lifting, Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 286
  • Hydro-extractors, T. Broadbent and Sons. Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ix

I

  • INSULATION and Packing Materialk, Newalls Insulation Company, Ltd., 397
  • Insulation and Packing Materials. Turner Brothers, 397

J

  • JOINTING Material, " Golden Walkerite," James Walker and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Jointing Material, " Permac," Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., 397

L

  • LINING, Pressed Steel, for Tunnels, Sewers and Shafts, Model of, Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iv
  • Locomotive, Beyer-Garratt Articulated, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 453
  • Locomotive, 4-6-2 Type, Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, Vulcan Foundry, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.3.31, iii
  • Locomotive, 4-6-2 Type, Three-cylinder, for Central Argentine Railway, Sir W. G. Armstrong, 'Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 339

M

  • Machine Tools :
  • Chuck, Air Operated; Samples of Work Machined on Various Machine Tools, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 424
  • Grinding Machine, Twist Drill; Lathes, Willson," Jones and Shipman. Ltd., 396
  • Lathe, 8iin. All-geared Heavy-duty (Graham and Normanton, Ltd.), Suppi., 13.3.31, v;
  • Planing Machine, Electrically Driven Horizontal Metal, Suppt., 13.3.31, iv., v;
  • Planing Machine, Heavy Panel (Thomas White and Son, Ltd.), Suppt., 13.3.31, v;
  • Saw, Metal-cutting, Loudon Brothers, Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, v
  • Surfacing, Boring, Milling, Drilling and Tapping Machine, H. W. Kearns and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ii
  • Maize Sheller, All-steel Frame, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd., 452, 453
  • Maize Sheller, 48in. by 54in., Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 422
  • Measuring and Recording Instruments :
  • Gyrometers and Tachometers, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Measuring Instruments, Temperature, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 286
  • Meter, " Dionic " Water Purity; Recorder, Evershed Operation; Tachometer, Evershed Electrical, Evershed and Vignolos, 425
  • " Miniature Series " Instruments for Accurate D.C. Measurements, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 424
  • Recorder, Stress, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 286
  • Recording Instruments, Electrical, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 424
  • Recording. Outfit CO2, Cambridge) Instrument Company, Ltd., 286
  • Regulator, Temperature, for Low-pressure Boilers, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.:31, vi
  • Models :
  • Aeroplanes, Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., 312
  • Crane, Portable Luffing Jib, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 311
  • Grain-handling Plant, Henry Simon, Ltd., 414
  • Marine Water-tube Boiler Fitted with Superheater and Air Heater, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 311
  • Seaplane, " S 6 " Supermarine Rolls-Royce, Schneider Trophy Winner ,Seaplanes, Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., 312
  • Sentinel-Cammell Steam Rail Car, Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage Wagon and Finance Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31,iii
  • SKIPS, DREDGERS, &c.:
  • Combined Dipper and Rock Cutter, " St. George."; resin-screw Suction Hopper Dredger " Pilcomayo "; Twin-screw Suction Dredger " The Lady Clifford," Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., 364
  • Destroyer Flotilla Leader " Mendoza "; Harbour Service Vessel " Lord Combermere "; Side-wheel Passenger Steamer " Crested Eagle." J. Samuel White and Co., Ltd., 364
  • Fire-fighting Craft " Delta IL." 364
  • H.M. Light Cruiser " Champion "; H.M.S. Flotilla Leader " Montrose "; T.S.S. " Bosphorus "; T.S.S. " Teueer," R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., S'uppt., 13.3.31, xi
  • Motor Cars and Lorries :
  • Chassis, " Buffalo " 6-Ton, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 366
  • Chassis, Freight, " Q.C. " Rigid Six-wheeled, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 366
  • Chassis, Morris-Oxford, Morris Motors, Ltd., 367
  • Chassis, Omnibus, " Lioness " Six-cylinder; Lorry, Tipping, " Hippo," 10-Ton, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 366
  • Chassis, 7 H.P., Austin Motor Company, Ltd., 367
  • " Golden Arrow " Racing Car, 81inheain Motor Company, Ltd., 367
  • Lorry, " Pioneer " Type Rigid Six-wheel, Scamrnell Lorries, Ltd., 366
  • Motor Car, " Phantom H.," Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 367
  • Motor Cars, Delivery, Sports, and Touring, Singer and Co., Ltd., 367
  • Trailers for Motor Lorries, Eagle Engineering Company, Ltd., 366
  • MOWING Machine Oil Bath, Bamfords, Ltd., 366

O

  • OIL Burner, Steam Jet, Laidlaw, Drew and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vii
  • Oil Firing Apparatus for Low-pressure Boilers, Kermodes, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Ore Crusher, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 365
  • Oxygen Cutting Machine, 55in., British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 462

P

  • PACKING Material. " Lion," James Walker and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Photographs of Typical Products and Installations, Richardson, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Pile-driving Apparatus, Model of, Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, iv
  • Pipe Fittings, Newman, Hender and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Ploughs, Three, Four, and Five-furrow Tractor, James and Frederick Howard, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Pneumatic Tools, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Ltd., 451
  • Pulley Block Ball Bearing, Herbert Morris, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, x
  • Pump, Boiler Feed, Vertical Direct-acting. 310; Pumps, Frank Pearn and Co., Ltd., 311
  • Pump, " Crescent " Type of Irrigation, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ix
  • Pump, Multi-stage Centrifugal, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 451, 452
  • Pump, Non-Chokeable, lin. National-Wallwin, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 422
  • Pumping Machinery for Low-pressure Boilers (Rotoplunge Pump Company, Ltd.), J. A. Rae and Co., Suppt., 13.3.31, vi
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, ix
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423
  • Pumps, " Conqueror," W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, xi
  • Pumps, High-lift, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423

R

  • Railways, Railway Material, &c.
  • Car, First-class Saloon, Central Argentine Railway; Motor Bogie for Underground Railway Service; Rail Car, Steam, Model of, Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage Wagon and Finance Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iii
  • Rail Coach, Steam, for Entre Rios Railways, Articulated, Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., 336
  • Rail Inspection Car, Saloon, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 310
  • Railway Rolling Stock Forgings and Castings, English Steel Corporation, Suppe., 13.3.31, iii
  • Railway Safety Devices; Railway Signalling Apparatus, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 397
  • Railway Track Equipment, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 365
  • Railway Track Equipment, British Dardelet Threadlock Company, Ltd., 365
  • Signalling Appliances, British Power Railway Signalling Company, Ltd., 284
  • Tractor Rail, 24in. Gauge, " Samson," John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 397
  • REGULATOR, Valve, for Superheaters, Super-heater Company, Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, vi
  • Re-seating Tool; Rivets, Cold Heading Machine for Making, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii
  • Roller, Motor, " Manumit," Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 452
  • Roller, Road, Crude Oil, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 423
  • Roller, Road, 4-Ton General Purpose Machine; Roller, Road, 8-Ton Tandem Oil Engine Driven; Roller, Road, 10-Ton Oil Engine Driven, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, viii
  • Roller, Road, 6-Ton Oil Engine Driven, Roller, Road, 10-Ton Steam, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, viii
  • Roller, Road, 8-Ton Oil Engine Driven, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 397

S

  • SEAPLANE " S 6 " Supermarine Rolls-Royce, Schneider Trophy Winner. Model of, Super-marine Aviation Works, Ltd., 312
  • Ships, Paintings and Photographs, Henry Robb, Ltd., 397
  • Spinning Machines, Howard and Bullough. Ltd., 284
  • Steam Trap " Autovent," Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 452
  • Stone-breaker, Solid Steel. Hadfields, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, vii
  • Superheater Element Return Bends, Super-heater Company, Ltd., Stipp., 13.3.31, vi

T

  • TANK, Pressed Steel, Model of, Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iv
  • Thermo-couples, Air and Vacuum Type, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 424
  • Tinning Compound, " Flexo," Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., 397
  • Tractor, 15-30 H.P. Oil Engine Driven, 452
  • Tractor, Oil Engine Driven, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, viii
  • Tractor, Oil Engine Driven, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, viii, ix
  • Tractor, Steam, Fodens, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Traffic Signal, Four-way Street, General Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Truck, Elevatin Platform. Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xii
  • Truck, Passenger-carrying, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 425

V

  • VALVE, Reducing, " Foster " Type, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Valve, Timing, Vacuum Brake Company, Ltd., Suppe., 13.3.31, xiii
  • Valve Gear, Steam, Frank Pearn and Co., Ltd., 311
  • Valves and Cocks, Richard Klinger, Ltd., 397
  • Valves and Cocks, Newman, Hender and Co., Ltd., 397
  • Valves and Cocks, Gun-metal, Pegler Brothers and Co., Ltd., 397

W

  • WAGON, Steam, " Speed Six," Six-wheeled, Fodens, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, xiv
  • Water Distiller, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 395
  • Welding Equipment, J. H. Holmes and Co. Ltd., 364, 365
  • Wheels, Wagon, Steel Disc, Taylor Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 13.3.31, iii
  • Winch, Monkey, Trewhella Brothers, Ltd., 365

British Industries Fair at Birmingham

Names of Exhibitors

A

  • AEROGRAPH Company, Ltd., 264
  • Armstrong, Sir W. 0., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 20.3.31, i
  • Ashwell and Nesbit., Ltd., 266
  • Avory, W. and T., Ltd.. Suppt., 13.2.31, v

B

  • BABCOCK and Wilcox, Ltd., 185
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31,1
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, viii
  • Bradley, T., Suppt., 13.2.31, vii
  • Bridge, David, and Co., Ltd., 238
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 265
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., 262

C

  • CANNING, L, and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Clifton and Baird, Ltd., 203
  • Cochran and Co. (Annan), Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31,
  • Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 185
  • Coventry Machine Tool Works, Ltd., 260, 261
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 211
  • Crosthwaito Furnace and Engineering Company, Ltd., 2 10

D

  • DAVEY, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31 vii, viii
  • Davidson and Co., Ltd., 186
  • Davis Furnace Company, 184
  • District Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., Suppe., 13.2.31, vii
  • Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, v
  • Donkin (The Bryan Donkin Company, Ltd.), Suppe., 20.2.31, i

E

  • ELLISON, George, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, vi
  • Engineering Specialists, Ltd., 210

F

  • FIELDING and Platt, Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, iii
  • Foster Instrument Company, Suppt., 13.2.31, iii
  • Frost, Walther, 262

G

  • GILMAN, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppl., 20.2.31, ii
  • Goodwin, Baraby and Co., Ltd., 210

H

  • HADFLELDS Ltd., 237
  • Hands, John. and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Harrison, T. S., and Sons, Ltd., 262, 263, 268
  • Heatly Gresham Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, ii
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, iv
  • Holden and Hunt, 210
  • Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Holmes, J. H., and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, iv
  • Holmes, W. C., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii
  • Howard, James and Fredk., Ltd., 236
  • Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, iii

J

  • JACKSON and Hunt, 264

L

  • LAMINATED Gears, Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 264
  • Lucas Furnaces, Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, vi

M

  • MARSDEN, H. R., Ltd., 260
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, viii
  • Meldrums Ltd., Suppe., 13.2.:31, vii
  • Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 263
  • Moler Products, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Multipurpose Machines, Ltd., 265
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 238

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, iii

P

  • PARKER, Winder and Achureb, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.2.31, iii
  • Peters, G. D., and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.2.31, ii
  • Petters Ltd., 209
  • Pneulec, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, v, 186
  • Pyrene Company, Ltd., 264

R

  • RAY Engineering Company, Suppt., 13.2.31, vi
  • Redler Patents, 266
  • Redshaw Lister Woollen Machinery Company, Ltd., 266, 268
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii
  • Russell, S., and Sons, 184
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 236
  • Ruston-Bueyrus, Ltd., 261

S

  • STEWARTS and Lloyds, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31,
  • Salter, George, and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 13.2.31, iv
  • Staveley Iron and Coal Company, Ltd., 263
  • Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., 238

T

  • TANGYES Ltd., 265
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd., 236
  • Tecalemit Ltd., 265
  • Tilghman's Patent Sand Blast Company, Ltd., 263

U

  • UDAL, J. P., Suppt., 13.2.31, v

V

  • VILLIERS Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vi

W

  • WALLER, George, and Son, Ltd., 266
  • Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., 264

OTHER EXHIBITORS :

  • Aero-Spray Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Models of " Conex," " Fanex," and " Columbia " Guns for Paint Spraying, 302
  • Anglo-American Oil Company, Ltd., Samples of Pratt's Petrol, Benzol and Oils, 302
  • Balfour, Arthur, and Co., Ltd., Exhibits of Tools Tipped with " Ultra Capital " by Plus 2 High-speed Steel, 302
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Roller for Garden and Other Purposes, 302
  • Beecroft and Partners, Ltd., Analytical and Physical Exhibits, Metallurgical and Foundry Exhibits, 302
  • British Rolling Mills, Ltd., " Brymill Steels, 302
  • Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., Chains, 302
  • Dallow Lambert and Co., Ltd., Industrial Vacuum Cleaner, Dust-collecting Plant, 302
  • Davie and Timmins, Ltd., Exhibits of Standard Turned Screws, Terminals, and Metal Part for Electrical Fittings, 302
  • Greener, W. W., Ltd., Guns and Rifles, Method of Packing Glass Tubes, 302
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Industrial Plant and Steel Furniture, 302
  • Howes, Thomas, Ltd., Enamels and Paints, High-speed Cutting Compounds and Preserving Compositions, 302
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., London. Products of Nobel Chemical Finishes, Ltd.. 302
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Oldbury, Cyanide Case-hardening Furnace, 302
  • Johnson, Richard, and Nephew, Ltd., Shaped Wire, Welding Wire, 302
  • Keeton, Sons and Co., Ltd., Sheet Metal Machine Tools, 302
  • Kent, George, Ltd., " Shunt " Gas Motors, Kent Automatic Controller. Meters for all Purposes, 302
  • Ley's Malleable Castings Company, Ltd., " Black Heart " Malleable Castings, 302
  • Maco Template and Engineering Company. Ltd., " Maco " Adjustable Template and Drawing Board Attachment, 302
  • Mills, James, Exors. of, Ltd., Special Sections in Cold Rolled and Cold Drawn Steel, Steel Hinges for Motor Car Bodies, Taper Pin, 302
  • Newalls Insulation Company, Ltd., Soundproof House Made with Newalls' Sound-insulating materials, 302
  • Parker, Frederick, Ltd., Parker Patent " Kubit " Impact Breaker, 302
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Electric and Motor Driven Lawn Mowers, 302
  • Royles, Ltd., Feed-water Heaters and Caloriffers, 302
  • Ruberoid Company, Ltd., Ruberoid and Starex Roofings, Pluvex Roof Felt and Ruberoid Strip Slates, :302
  • Rylands Brothers, Ltd., Wire and Wire Pro-ducts Manufactured from Wire Galvanised by " Crape " Process, " Rylink " Chain Link Fencing, 302
  • Soldo Company, " Soldo " Tinning Compounds, 302
  • Steel Scaffolding Company, Ltd., Steel Tubular Scaffolding, 302
  • Stone, J. B., and Co., Ltd., Nibbling Machines, 302
  • Stubs, Peter, Ltd., Patterns of Engineers' Files, Hand-forged Lancashire Is'ippers and Pliers, Steel and Alloy Steel Wire and Crucible Cast Steel, 302
  • Thompson, John (Wolverhampton), Ltd., Dish-ended Lancashire Boiler complete with Steam Fittings, 302
  • Timmis and Co., Ltd., " Lava " Refractory and Silica Jointing and Hot Patching Cement, 302
  • Trist, Ronald, and Co., Ltd., B.A.P.V. Device to Prevent Waste from Steam Hammer, " Hilo " Water Alarm, Searings, Thermofeed Regulator, 302
  • Tube Products, Ltd., " New Process " Light-gauge Steel Tubing, 302
  • Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., Alloy Metals, Casement and Metal Window Sections, 302
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd., Standard Tools for Capstan and Turret Lathes, 302
  • Waterless Gasholder Company, Ltd., Modof M.A.N. Waterless Gasholder, 302
  • White, R., and Son, Working Models, Aerial Wire Ropeway and Portable Cableway, 302
  • Wilkes, A. H., and Co., Tinsmiths' Gas-fired Stoves, 302
  • Wright, Ernest N., Ltd., Self-supporting Mild Steel Chimney, Side-tipping Slag Ladle, Welded and Riveted Steel Tubing, Moulds, &c., 302

SUBJECTS

A

  • AIR Compressors, Single-stage Rotary; Two-stage Rotary, Hick, Hargreaves and Co.,Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, iv
  • Air Conditioning Plant, " Sirocco," Davidson and Co., Ltd., 186
  • Artificial Stone Mixture for Making Patterns, Constructional Engineering Company. Ltd., 186
  • Auto-truck, 2-Ton Model, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 264

B

  • BALANCE to Weigh up to 100 Tons; Balances, Spring, George Salter and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, iv
  • Bar Straightening Machine, by Oldfield and Schofield, Ltd., Jackson and Hunt, 264
  • Bearings of Railway Axle-boxes, Remetalling of, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, i
  • Blending Machine for Mixing Dry Powders, " Bartlett," W. and T. Avery, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, v
  • Boiler, Hot Water, ISectional Steel. Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, viii
  • Boiler, Ruston Patented " Thermax," Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 236
  • Boiler Supplying Steam to Hardware Section, Cochran and Co. (Armen), Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Boiler, Vertical Type, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 185
  • " Bonderizing," a Chemical Primer for Paint, Lacquer or Enamel, Pyrene Company, Ltd., 264

C

  • CONVEYING System for toal and Grain, Redler Patents, 266
  • Crushing Machine for Hard Rock, Disc Type, Hadfields Ltd., 238
  • Cupola, " Poumay " Type, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 185
  • Cutting Machine, 55in. Universal Oxygen; Cutting Machine, Oxygen Portable, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 265

E

Electrical Matters :

  • Birleo Furnace, Automatic, Circular Portable Type; 9-kW Box Typo; 20-kW Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, i, ii
  • Circuit Breakers, Industrial and Mining; Switchboard, An 11,000-Volt; Switch-gear, Double Tier and 11,000-Volt Truck Type, George Ellison, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.2.31, vi
  • Control Equipment, Centrovisory, A. Rey rolls and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii
  • Electroplating, Especially for Depositing Chromium, We Canning and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Motor, Flame-proof, 5 B.H.P., J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31 , iv
  • Moulding Machine, Electrically Operated Squeeze, Pneulec Ltd., 186
  • Switchboard for Ships, Automatic Emergency Lighting, Switchboards, Totally Enclosed Metal-clad Lighting Plant; Switchgear, Low-tension, Ray Engineering Co., Suppt., 13.2.31, vi, vii

Engines :

  • Engine Framing, Steel Construction for, Patented Fabricated, Davey, Paxman and Co. Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31. viii
  • Gas Engine, 34--5i H.P., National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, iv
  • Oil Engine, Atomic, 209; Electric Starting Plug for Small Oil Engines, 210; Fuel Consumption Curves for 130 B.H.P. Two-cylinder " Atomic," 210; 25 B.H.P.
  • ' Atomic," 210; 160 B.H.P. Reversible " Atomic " Marine, 209; Petters Ltd., 209, 210
  • Oil Engine for Road Service, High-speed; Oil Engine, 55 B.H.P. Single-cylinder Horizontal; Oil Engine, 1250 B.H.P. " V " Type, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppt,. 13.2.31, viii
  • Oil Engine, Industrial Type Cold Starting, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, viii
  • Oil Engine, 1.3 H.P. Villiers Coupled to, Russell, Newbery and Co. Lighting and Power Set; Oil Engine, 34 H.P., Villiers
  • Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vi
  • Oil Engine, 6 B.H.P. Single-cylinder Horizontal, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, viii
  • Oil Engine, 6i B.H.P. Hopper-cooled; 18 B.H. P.; Circular Radiator for Oil Engines, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 264, 268
  • Oil Engine, 15 B.H.P. and 33 B.H.P. Cold Starting, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 185
  • Oil Engine, 22 B.H.P. " H.R." Horizontal High-speed Airless Injection; 35 B.H.P. Airless Injection; 96 B.H.P. Airless Injection; Small Petrol Paraffin Engine, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.,236
  • Oil Engine, 38 .H.P. Single-cylinder; 144 B.H.P. Horizontal Twin-cylinder Cold. starting Heavy, Tangyes Ltd., 266
  • Oil Engine, 50 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Vertical; 60 B.H.P. Low-pressure Horizontal Cold-starting, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, iii
  • Oil Engine, 100 B.H.P. Four-cylinder, National Gas Engine Company. Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, iii, iv
  • Oil Engine, 300 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Totally Enclosed, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii, viii
  • Oil Engine, Three-cylinder Compressorless; 15 B.H.P. Heavy, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 211
  • Petrol Engines, 2 H.P. Sets to 28 B.H.P. Sets, Heatley-Gresham Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, ii
  • EXCAVATOR, Three-quarter Cubic Yard. Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 261

F

  • FAN, Induced Draught, " Sirocco," Davidson and Co.. Ltd., 186
  • Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Pyrene Company, Ltd., 264
  • Flexible Drive Machine, One-eighth H.P., F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, ii
  • Flooring. Interlock Open Steel, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 185
  • Forging Machine, Coventry Machine Tool Works, Ltd., 261
  • Four-speed Portable Machine, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, ii
  • Furnace, Forging Type, Davis Furnace Company, 184
  • Furnace, Front Plate, Meldrums, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.3.31, vii
  • Furnace, Oven Type, Davis Furnace Company, 184
  • Furnace, Semi-Rotary Brass Melting, Open Flame, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, i
  • Furnaces, High-speed Steel Heat Treatment Gas Heated Recuperating, Lucas Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v

G

  • GAS Blower, Steam Driven Rotary, W. C. Holmes and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii
  • Gas Producer, The Broughton-Hacllington District Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, vii
  • Gear Distributing for Gas Producers, District Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, vii
  • Gears, High-ratio Laminated, Laminated Gears, Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Gravel Washer, Contra-flow, Goodwin, Barshy and Co., Ltd., 210
  • Guard, Press, J. P. Tidal, Suppt., 13.2.31, v

H

  • HAMMER, Pneumatic Planishing. Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., 262
  • Heat Insulating Products, Fos-al-sil, Moler Products, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Hoist, One-ton Patented Gravity Self-lowering Wall, J. and F. Howard, Ltd., 236
  • Hydraulic Car Lift and Turntable for Garages, Tangyes Ltd., 266

I

  • INTEOSCOPE for Examination of Bottles for Holding Gases at High Pressure, Foster Instrument Company, Suppt., 13.2.31, iii

J

  • JACKS, Hydraulic, Tangyes Ltd., 266

L

  • LOCOMOTIVE, Three-ton Oil-engine Driven
  • Locomotive, Seven-ton, with 40 B.H.P. Dorman Four-cylinder Petrol Engine, J. and F. Howard, Ltd., 236
  • Lubricating System for Industrial Machinery, Tecalemit, Ltd., 265
  • Lubricator, Mechanical Grease, Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, iii, iv

M

Machine Tools

  • Bending Machine, Angle Iron, Walter Frost, 262
  • Drilling Machine, Pillar. T. Bradley, Suppt., 13.2.31, vu
  • Grinding Machine, T. S. Harrison and Sons, Ltd., 263, 268
  • Grinding Machine, The Planiter, Jackson and Hunt, 264
  • Lathe, Capstan, by the Stanley Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Jackson and Hunt, 264
  • Lathe, 51111. Screw-cutting, T. S. Harrison and Sons, Ltd., 262, 268
  • Lathe, Polishing, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Shearing Machine, Guillotine, Brookes (Old-bury), Ltd., 262
  • MEASURING Instruments, Electrical, J. Holmes and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, iv
  • Moulder and Shaping Machine, Spindle, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v
  • Moulding Machine, Electrically Operated Squeeze, Pneulec, Ltd., 186
  • Moulding Presses, Hydraulic, Tangyes Ltd., 266

O

  • OIL Burner, The Parwinac, Parker and Achurch, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, iii

P

  • PAINT-SPRAYING Machines; Paint-spraying Machines, Portable, Aerograph Company, Ltd., 264
  • Petrol Truck, Run-about, Recishaw-Lister Woollen Machinery Company, Ltd., 266, 266
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, Made by Centrifugal Process, Staveley Iron and Coal Company, Ltd., 263
  • Pipes, Joint for High-pressure Steam, Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v
  • Pneumatic Despatch Tube Desk, Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., 238
  • Polisher for Hollow-ware, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Press, Blanking, Capacity for 100 Tons; Power, Percussion Screw to Develop Pressure of 80
  • Tons; Presses for Blanking, Piercing and Clipping Standard, John Hands and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Press, Hydraulic, Hot Plate for Bakelite Mouldings; Three Hot Plate; Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii
  • Press, 500-Ton; Press for Production Bakelite Pressings; High-speed Notching; Roll Feed; 640 Coining; Turntable Feed; Taylor and Challen, Ltd., 236, 237
  • Press, Open-fronted Geared Power, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., 262
  • Press, Stamping, Coventry Machine Tool Works, Ltd., 260, 261
  • Pressure Gauges for Steam and Water, George Salter and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, v
  • Pulveriser, Small Coal, "Atritor," Alfred Herbert, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, i
  • Pump, Chokeless, Tangyes Ltd., 266
  • Pump for Liquid-borne Solids, " Robuston," Centrifugal, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 261
  • Pump, Rotary, Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., 265
  • Pump, Three-ram, Tangyes Ltd., 266

R

  • RAILTRUCK, Lister, R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd., 264, 268
  • Rateau Turbo Exhausting Plants, Examples of, Series of Photographs, Bryan Donkin Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, i
  • Rust-proofing Plant for Iron and Steel, Pyrene Company, Ltd., 264
  • Road Grader, 6ft., J. and F. Howard, Ltd., 236
  • Roller Bearings, Chrome-Vanadium Steel Helical, George Salter and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, v
  • Roller, Motor, 2-Ton Petrol, Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., 264, 268
  • Rolling Machine, Tea, Tangyes Ltd., 266
  • Rubber Mixing Machine, David Bridge and Co., Ltd., 238
  • Rubber Sheeting Machine, David Bridge and Co., Ltd., 238

S

  • SAND Blast Apparatus. Rotary Table. Tilghman's Patent Sand Blast Company. Ltd.. 263
  • Sand Conditioner, Pneulee. Ltd.. Suppl.. 13.2.31.
  • Sand Thrower, " Royer," Pneulee, Ltd.. Suppt., 13.2.31, v
  • Saw for Metals, Banc!, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 203
  • Saw-sharpening Machine, Clifton and Baird, Ltd.. 263
  • Sawing. Filing. &e., Machine, Multipurpose Machines, Ltd., 265
  • Sawing Machine for Metal High-speed Circular, S. Russell and Sons, 184
  • Sawing Machin©, High-spcod Cold, Clifton and Baird, Ltd., 263
  • Scarifior, Seven-tine Rooter, J. and F. Howard, Ltd., 236
  • Starting Handle for Motor Car Engines, T. S. Harrison and Sons, Ltd., 263
  • Steam Turbine Blading in Non-corroding Steel, Hadfields, Ltd., 237
  • Steam Turbine Heater Unit, " Sirocco," Davidson and Co., Ltd.. 186
  • Stoker, Mechanical, for Lancashire Boilers, Crosthwaite Furnace and Engineering Company, Ltd., 210
  • Stoker with Rocking Grate. Mechanical,Meldrums, Ltd., Suppt.. 13.2.31, vii
  • Stonebreaker, H. Type, Excentrie Motion, H. R. Marsden. Ltd.. 260
  • Stone Crusher, " Acme-Victor " Type. Goodwin. Barsby and Co., Ltd., 210
  • SuperSuperheater Supports, Heat-resisting Steel for, heater Ltd.. 237

T

  • TESTING Machine for Testing Machines Before Leaving the Works. W. and T. Avery, Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, v
  • Tractors, Oil Engine Driven, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, viii
  • Traffic Control Apparatus, Automatic Street, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, iv

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  • VACUUM Cleaners, Electric, Sturtevant Engineering Company. Ltd., 238
  • Vacuum Exhauster, Portable, Heatley-Gresharn Engineering Company. Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, ii
  • Valve Gate, Disc Type, George Waller and Son, Ltd., 266
  • Valves, Steam, in Bronze and Forged Steel, for High Pressures, Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., Suppt.. 20.2.31, iii
  • Valves, Steam, in Forged Steel and Gunmetal, Engineering Specialists. Ltd.. 210
  • Variable Speed, A.C. Commutator Machine, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 20.2.31, iv

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  • WAGON. Double-side Dr-rimr,2,,,, J. and F. Howard. Ltd.. 236
  • Water Heater, Electric. A. Reyrolle and Co.,Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, vii
  • Weighing Machines. George Salter and Co.. Ltd.. Suppt., 13.2.31, iv
  • Welder, No. 1 Spot, Holden and Hunt, 210
  • Welding Machine, Automatic Butt Welder; Welding Machine, Electric Welder for Fine Wires, Suppt., 20.2.31, v;
  • Welding Machine. Seam Welder for Drum Seams, British insulated Cables, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v, vi
  • Welding Machines; 6-kW Dynamo Welding Set; Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 238
  • Welding Plant, Trolley, British Oxygen Company. Ltd., 265
  • Welding Set, Wilson Plastic Arc Multiple-operator; Welding Sets and Accessories. G. D. Peters and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 13.2.31, ii, iii
  • Woodworking Machine, Universal, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 263
  • Woodworking Machinery, Super Type " Elliot," Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., Suppt., 20.2.31, v

Miscellaneous Articles

A AERONAUTICS :

  • See also Annual Article
  • Air Disaster at Meopharn. Air Ministry's Report, 129; (Leader, 135)
  • Avro 621 All-metal Training Aeroplane. 13
  • Blackburn " Sydney " Three-engined Reconnaisance Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Bristol " Mercury " Engine, 35
  • Fairey "Firefly," II. M.S.S. Interceptor Fighter, 36
  • Gloster Single-seater Interceptor Fighter. 35, 36
  • Handley Page Forty-seater Aeroplane for Imperial Airways, Ltd., 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Hawker " Fury " Interceptor Fighter, 12
  • Metal Construction for Light Aircraft Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 34
  • Opportunities for Seaplanes in Burma, Theophilus," 152
  • 'R 101' Inquiry. Major P. L. Teed, 408
  • Short Brothers, Three-engined Monoplane-Seaplane Valetta," 35
  • Supertnarine " Southampton," Mk. X. Three-engined Biplane Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement. January 2nd, 1931)
  • Vickers B 19/27 Twin-engined Night Bomber. 12
  • Vickers " Vonore " Twin-engined Freight Carrier, 13
  • Westland-Hill Pterodactyl Mark IV., Aero. plane, NVestland Aircraft Works, 706
  • AGE of Machine Tools in America, 715
  • Agricultural Engineering, 130
  • Air Preheater. " Carrier Owen," Exhibited by W. H. Owen at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656
  • Alloys of Steel with Special Properties, Exhibits by Sir Robert Hadfield at Institution of Civil

Engineers' Conversazione, 657

  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :
  • Brick Paving, 663
  • Factory Without Windows, 663
  • Machine Tools, Age of, 715
  • Mechanical Puddling, 663
  • Natural Gas Engines, 715
  • Tenders for the Great Hoover Dam, 292
  • Tramcar, Now Type of, 292
  • AN Engineering Question, W. M. Bocquet, 191
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES :
  • AznoziAtrrios tx 1930, 11, 34
  • Introduction, 11. 34
  • Accident at Meopham, Disaster to Junkers Monoplane. 11
  • Airship " R 101 " Disaster, 11
  • British Aeronautical Industry, 11
  • Blackburn " Sydney " Three-ongined Reconnaissance Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement. January 2nd. 1931)
  • Boulton and Paul, Metal Construction for Light Aircraft, 34 13oulton and Paul, Towriend Anti-turbulence Ring, 34
  • Bristol " Bulldog " All-steel Single-seater Fighter, Improvements to. 34
  • Bristol " Mercury " Radial Air-cooled Engine for Aircraft, 34, 35
  • Fairey Aviation Company's III. F Machine, 36
  • Fairey " Firefly " II. M S.S. Interceptor Fighter, 36
  • Gloster All-metal Wings for Aircraft, 36
  • Gloster - Hele • Shaw . Beacham Variable Pitch Airscrew, 36
  • Gloster Single-seater Interceptor Fighter, 35, 36
  • Handley Page Slot for Aircraft,. Development of, 12
  • Handley Page, Forty-seater Aeroplane for Imperial Airways, Ltd., 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Handley Page Twin-engined Night Bombers " Ilinaidi." 12
  • Hawker " Fury " Interceptor Fighter. 12
  • Roe, A. V., and Co., Ltd., Avro 621 All-metal Training Aeroplane, 13
  • Roe, A. V., and Co., Ltd.. Avro Applied Trainer, 626
  • Short Brothers, " Singapore " Mark II. Flying Boat, 13, 35
  • Short Brothers. Three-engined " Valetta Monoplane. Seaplane, 35
  • Short Brothers, Four-ongined Biplane Flying Boat for Imperial Airways, 35
  • Spartan " Arrow " Two-seater Light Aero-plane, 34
  • Supermarine " Southampton " Mk. X., Three-engined Biplane Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, .January 2nd, 1931)
  • Supermarine 40-seater Six-engined Monoplane Flying Boat. 12
  • Vickers' B. 19/27 Twin-engined Night Bomber, 12
  • Vickers' "Vonore " Twin-engined Freight, Carrier, 13
  • Westland " Wapiti " Machine, 34
  • Westland "Wessex " Six-seater Thren-engined Commercial Monoplane, 34
  • SOME BRIDGES IN 1930. 25
  • Haven Bridge, Great Yarmouth, Opening Span, 26
  • Hudson River Bridge, 25
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, U.S.A., 25
  • Montreal Harbour 'Bridge. 25 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge at Albert Louppe, near Brest, 25
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge. 26 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1930. 5-7. 9. 41-43
  • Introduction, 5
  • Electric Traction, 42
  • Electricity Schemes : North-East. East. South-East, South-West England and Central Scotland, Wales, 5
  • Generating Plant : Large Installations at Home, for the Colonies and Foreign Countries, 5
  • Battersea Power Station, 5; Cable Tunnel under the Thames. 6; Circulating Water Pump House under Construction, 6; Interior of Circulating Water Suction Chamber, 6
  • Brighton Transforming Station, 5, 7
  • British Thomson-Houston Company's Turbo-generator Sots for Battersea Power Station. Delray Power Station,
  • Ford Motor Factory. Dagenham, and Ironbridge Power Station, 5
  • Colney Heath Frequency-checking Station, 11
  • Dalmarnock Sub-station, 5 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., Turbines, Two 10,000-kW Back-pressure, for Yallourn Briquetting Plant, 7; Turbo-alternator Set for West Ham, 30,000-kW, 7; Water Turbines for Lochabor Power Station, Five 10,000 H.P.,
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Alternator for Basingstoke Corporation, 1350 B.H.P. Five-cylinder Oil Engine Driving a 950-kW, 7; Alternator for Palestine, 1700 B.H.P., 300 r.p.m., Six- cylinder Oil Engine Driving a 6600-Volt,; Turbine for Paper Mills, 10,000-kW, Back-pressure. 7; Turbine for Paper Mills, 5000-kW Geared Pass-out, 7; Turbo-generators for Borough of Battersea, Nechells Power Station, and Hams Hall Station, 7
  • Luton Sub-station, 5 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Alternator for Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Company, 32,500-kW Machine with 40,000-kVA, 9; System of Magneto Generator Excitation for Main Exciter Fields of Turbo-alternators, 9; Tests on Barton Power Station Equipment, 9; Turbo-alternator Set. for Clarence Dock Power Station of Liverpool Corporation. 9; Turbo-alternator for Portishoad Power Station, 51,250-kW. 9; Turbo-alternator for Battersea Power Stat ion, 67,200-kW, 7
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Application of Parsons Oil Relay Operated Pass of Governor, 7; Brimsdown Power Station, 25,000-kW Alternator for, 7; Turbo- alternator Sets for the Centralo Velson Power Station, Two 24,000-kW, 7; Turbo-alternator Sets for Dunston Power Station, Three 50,000-kW, 7
  • Portobello Transforming Station, 5-7
  • Research : Acoustic Measurement and Electro-acoustic Problems. 42; British Electrical and Allied Industries' Research Association's Work, 41; British Thomson-Houston Company's Research on Improvements of Moulded Insulation Products, 42; Steam Table Conference in Berlin, 42; Talking Film Apparatus, B.T.H. Research on, 42; Testing Station for Research on Circuit Breaker Design and Phenomena, 42; Tungar Rectifiers for High Voltages, B.T.H. Research on, 42; Work on Cables and Overhead Lines. also Electric Control Apparatus, 42
  • Rural Electrification. Use of Electricity in Agriculture, 41
  • Wireless Communication : Australian Telephone Service Established, 41 : Development of Aerial Arroys, 41; Equipment of Broadcast Station at Basin, near Warsaw, by Marconi Company, 41; North Atlantic Radio Telephony Service, 41. Post Office Work : Privacy on Wireless Telephone Circuits, 41; Short Waves for Continental Communications, 41; Transatlantic Telephone Service Established, 41. Wireless Improvements in all Classes of Equipment, 41; Wireless Marine Communication, Improvements in, 41; Wireless Portable Facsimile Apparatus, 41; Wireless Short-wave Propagation, 41
  • Miscellaneous, 43
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1930, 96
  • The United Kingdom :
  • London, Port of, 96
  • Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 97
  • Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal, 96
  • North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 96
  • Southern Railway Ports, 97
  • Scotland, 97
  • Ireland, 97
  • Other Ports in the Country, 97
  • Inland Waterways, 97
  • European Porte and Waterways, 97
  • Africa, 98
  • North and South America, 98
  • The East, 98
  • HYDRO-ELECTRIC ENGINEERING IN 1930 :
  • Grampian Power Scheme, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Locahber Power Scheme, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Perak River Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 13 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • LOCOMOTIVES OF 1930, 16, 18-22
  • Introduction, 18
  • Centenary Celebrations at Liverpool, 18
  • Reconstructed Locomotive " Lion," 18
  • Companies' Engines :
  • Great Western Railway, List of New Engines Placed in Service, 20; Repairs to 1162 Engines Carried Out, 20; Pannier Tank Engine, 0-6-0 Type, 20, 21.
  • L.M.S. Railway, Beyer-Garratt Articulated Locomotive No 4973, 16, 20; Rebuilt " Claughton " Four-cylinder
  • Locomotives " Sir Frank Reo ' and " No. 5971," 20; 2-6-2 Passenger Tank Engine, 18, 20
  • L.N.E. Railway, 2-6-2 Three-cylinder Tank Engine ' No. 2900," 16. 20
  • Southern Railway, 2-6-0 Three-cylinder Mixed Traffic Locomotive " No. 880," 16, 18; 2-6-4 Three-cylinder Freight Tank Locomotive, 18; 4-4-0 Three-cylinder " Schools " Class Express Locomotive " No. 900," 16, 18
  • Some Makers' Engines :
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers,) Ltd., 4-6-2 Type, 5ft. 6in. Gauge, for Central Argentine Railway,.19, 21; Locomotives for Buenos Ares Great Western Railway, 22; Tank Engines for Homo and Abroad, 22
  • Avonside Engine Company, Ltd., 2-8-0 Locomotive for Guaqui La Paz Railway, 21
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Pannier Tank Engines for Great Western Railway, 22; Side-tank Engines for Burma Corporation, Ltd.. 22
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 16, 21; Beyer-Garratt Locomotive for L.M.S. Railway, 16, 21; Beyer-Garratt Locomotives for Argentine North-Eastern Railway, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Benguela Railway, Peruvian Corporation, Ltd., South African Railways, 21
  • Fowler. John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Locomotive Fitted with Oil Engine for Burning Petrol, Power Alcohol or Paraffin, 21; Locomotive, 70 H.P. High-compression Oil Engine, 21; Tank Locomotive for Sisal Fields, East Africa, 21
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Electric Battery Locomotive for Luton Electricity Works, 22
  • Kitson, and Co., Ltd., 20; 4-3-0 Passenger Locomotive for Service between Hong Kong and Canton, 21; 4-6-2 Type Mixed Traffic Locomotive for Sudan Government Railways, 20; Locomotive for Jamaica, 21; Locomotive Hauled by Road from Leeds to Manchester Docks, 20; Metre-gaup Locomotives for Malayan Collieries, Ltd., 21; Side-tank Engines for Mauritius, 21
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., 4-6-4 Tank Engines with Caprotti Gear for Federated Malay States Railway. Motro Gauge, 22; Tender Engines, Metre Gauge, for India, Kenya and Tanganyika, 22
  • North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., 4-6-2 Typo Two-cylinder Locomotives for Nanking-Shanghai Railway, 21
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., 19, 21; 0-4-0 Brake Engines for San Paulo (Brazilian) Railway Company. 21; 4-6-4 Three-cylinder Tank Engines for Buenos Aires Pacific Railway, 19, 21; " Rocket " Full-scale
  • Replica for Museum of Peaceful Arts, New York, 21
  • Vulcan Foundry. Ltd., 19, 21; 4-6-2 Type Four-cylinder Locomotive with Caprotti Gear for N.W. Railway of
  • India, 19, 21; Locomotive for Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 21
  • Yorkshire Engine Company. Ltd., 21; Pannier Tank Engines for G.W. Railway, 20, 21
  • MOTOR SHIPS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES IN 1930, 8-11, 38
  • British-built Motor Ships and Marine Oil Engines, 1930, Tables I. and IL, 8
  • LargE and Intermediate Motor Passenger Liners :
  • " Britannic," 20,000-Ton Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, White Star Line. 8, 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931), "Dunbar Castle," 10,000-Ton Motor Liner, Union Castle Line, 9 " Georgic," Now Building by Harland
  • and Wolff, Ltd., for White Star Lino, to have Engines Similar to " Britannic," 9 " Warwick Castle," Launched, 9 " Winchester Castle," 20,000-Ton Motor Liner, Union Castle Line, 8, 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931) " Highland Hope " Completed with Refrigerating Cargo Spaces for Meat Carrying, Nelson Line. 10
  • " Highland Princess " Completed with Refrigerating Cargo Spaces for Moat Carrying, Nelson Line, 10 Lafayette," 25,000-Ton Liner, Cornpagnie GOneral Transatlantique (Built and Enginod in France), 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Fast Cargo Ships for Colonial and other Services, 10
  • African Steamship Company, Ltd., Additional 124 -Isnot Cargo Ships, 10
  • Aktiebolagot " Gotaverken " of Sweden, Cargo Ships " Skotaas " and " Fosna " Launched at Yard of Caledonian Ship-building and Engineering Company, Ltd., 10
  • Argentine Navigation Company, Ltd., Additional Four Ships, A. and J. Inglis, Ltd., 8, 10
  • " Barcelona " and " Genova," Cargo Ships, by Harland and Wolff, Ltd.. 8, 10
  • Bank Line, Ltd_„_Six Additional 13-Knot Cargo Motor Vessels, 10
  • Bibby Line, Cargo Motor Ship " Worcesterahire," 8, 10
  • Blue Star Lino, 15-Knot Motor Ship " Tuscan Star," 10
  • British and African Steam Navigation Company, Ltd., Additional 124-Knot Cargo Ships, 10
  • China Navigation Company, " Anshun "Completed by Scotts, Greenock, 10
  • East Asiatic Company, Economical Cargo Ship " Amerika," 10
  • Holt and aunch of " Ajax." 10
  • Holt and Co.,do., 16-Knot Cargo Vessel " Deucalion," 10
  • Holt Blue Funnel Line, Four Additional 144-Knot Cargo Motor Vessels, 10
  • Netherlands Steamship Company, Two Additional Cargo \ easels "ratios° " and " Tanimbai," 8, 10
  • New Zealand Shipping Company. " Otaio," Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 9, 10
  • Silver Line, Ltd., Six Additional 144-Knot Motor Vessels, 10
  • Cross-Channel and other Special Motor Ships :
  • Bergenske Shipping Company, 191-Knot Ship, Newcastle-Bergen Son-ice, 10
  • Cement Transporting Ship " Cement-karrier," Furness Shipbuilding Company, Ltd., 10
  • " City of Cork," Passenger and Cattle Motor Vessel, Cork Steamship Compally, 10
  • Paper-carrying Vessel " Thorold." Earle's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 11
  • " Ulster Prince," Delivery to Ulster Imperial Line, 10
  • Whaling Parent Ship and Fattory " Sir James Clark Ross, 8. 10 (Supplement. January 2nd, 1931)
  • Motor Tanker Construction, 11
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Company, Six 10,000-Ton D.W. Tankers, 11
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Company, Twenty 11.500-Ton D.W. Tankers, 11
  • Four Tankers Built, Palmer's Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Ltd., 11
  • Oil Tanker " Biota," Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Shipbuilders), Ltd., 10, 11
  • Oil Tanker, One 11,000-Ton. D.W. for Norwegian Owners, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Shipbuilders), Ltd., 10
  • Standard Tankers : Blythswood Shipbuilding Company, 11; Doxford, R., and Son, Ltd.. 11; Swan, Hunter and
  • Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 11; Nine 16,000-Ton Tankers Built for Standard Oil Company on the Continent, 11
  • Tanker, Single-screw 111-Knot, 9634-Ton D.W. Tanker " Beth," R. fox -ford and Son, Ltd., 11
  • " Winkler." Oil Tanker Constructed by Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., for Atlantic Oil Shipping Company, Philadelphia, 11
  • Types of Propelling Machinery, 11, 38
  • " Britannic," 27,000-Ton Liner, 10,000 S.H.P. Four-stroke Double-acting Engines, 38
  • Electrical Propulsion and Geared Drive, 40
  • Four-stroke Single-acting Engines, 39
  • Opposed-piston Engines, 39
  • Two-stroke Double-acting Engines, 38
  • Two-stroke Single-acting Engines, 30
  • Supercharging Systems, 40
  • Waste Heat Recovery. 41
  • Auxiliary Engines, 41
  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1930. 2-5
  • The British Empire : Ships Cancelled or Postponed. Destroyers, Four from 1929 Programme, 2; Ships Commissioned, Cruisers, " Dorsetshire," " Exeter." " Norfolk." " York," 2; Flotilla Leader " Codrington," 2; Destroyers. Eight " Amite " Class. 2; Ships, Contracts Awarded, Destroyers, " Defender " and " Diamond " (Vickers-Armstrong), 2; " Daring," " Decoy " (Thornycrofts), 2; " Dainty " and " Delight " (Fairfield

Shipbuilding Company), 2; " Diana " and " Duchess ' (Palmer's Shipbuilding Company). 2; Submarines, " Seahorse," " Starfish," " Sturgeon," " Swordfish," 2; Minelaying Submarines, " Thames," " Porpoise," 2; Ships Launched, Sloop, " Hindustan," 3 (Supplement, January 2nd. 1931); Flotilla Loader " Keith," 2; Destroyers, Eight " Beagle " Class, 2; Submarines, " Rainbow," 2; " Regent " (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931); " Regulus " (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931); " Rover," 2.

  • Royal Canadian Navy : Destroyers. " Saguenay," " Skeen& " (Thornycrofts), 2; Ships Under Construction, Flotilla Leader " Kempenfelt," 2; Destroyers, " Crusader " Class, 2; Two at Portsmouth, Two by Vickers-Armstrong, 2; Ship Under Construction Shortly, Flotilla Leader " Dundan "; Sloops, Four, 2; Ships to be Scrapped, Battleships, The Four " Iron Dukes "; Battle Cruiser " Tiger." 2; Sloops, Ten Completed or Laid Down, 2. 3
  • France : Cruiser " Colbert " Completed, 3, 4; Cruiser " Foch " Completed, 4; Cruiser " Suffern " Completed. 4; Cruiser " Dupleix " Launched, 4; Cruiser " Aire " Laid Down, 4; Five Further Cruisers to be Laid Down, 4; Aircraft Tender " Commandant Tests " Nearing Completion, 4; Training Ship " Jeanne d'Arcs " Launched, 4; Cruiser Minelayer " Pluton. " Completed, 4; Two Sloops Laid Down, 4-; Twelve flotilla Leaders Completed, 4; Submarines Completing, 4
  • Germany : " Ersatz Preussen," Particulars of, 5; Light Cruiser " Köln " Completed, 4,5
  • Italy : Cruisers " Zara " and " Fiume " Launched; 4; Cruisers " Gorizia " and " Pole " Laid Down, 4; Cruiser " Bolzano " on the Stocks, 4; Light Cruiser " Alberta di Guissano " 3; Light Cruisers " Giovanni delle Bands Nero " and Seven Sisters Completed, 4; Twelve Destroyers of " Navigatori " Class Completed, 5; Twelve Destroyers Building, 5; Submarines Completed During the Year. 5; Now Programme, 6
  • Japan : Eight Cruisers Completed, 3; Two Cruisers Launched, 3; Two Cruisers Nearly Ready, 3; Minelayer " 'taukushima " Launched and Completed, 3; Destroyers Completed and Under Construction, 4; Five Submarines Under Construction, 4
  • United States : Five Cruisers Commissioned. 3; " Houston," 2; Three Cruisers Completing Afloat, 3; Five

Cruisers on the Stocks, 3; Two Cruisers Ordered, 3; Two " V " Class Submarines Completed, 3; One " V " Class Submarine Laid Down, 3; New Programme, 3

  • Other Navies : Argentine. Twin Cruisers " Almiranto Brown " and " Veintecineo de Maya " Commissioned, 5;

Flotilla Leaders " Mendoza," " Tucuman " and " La Rioja " Completed, 5 Chili, Battleship " Almirante Latorre " Reconditioned, 5; Six " Serrano ". Class Destroyers Delivered. 5; Three Submarines and Submarine Dep6t Ship " Arauncano " Delivered, 5; Spain, Two Cruisers on Stocks, 5; Four Flotilla Leaders and Several Submarines Building, 5; Sweden, Aircraft-Cruiser " Gotland " Building, 5; Russia, Ships' Reconstruction Work, 5; Three Submarines Laid Down, 5

  • RAILWAYS IN 1930 :
  • Great Western :
  • Acton, 69
  • Banbury, 69
  • Bristol, 69
  • Cardiff. 69
  • Dawlish, 69
  • Didcot and Swindon, Between. 69
  • Docks in South Wales. 69
  • Exeter and Norton Fitzwarren, Between, 69
  • Frome and Westbury, 69
  • Lapworth and Olton, 69
  • Newport, Mon., 69
  • Norton Fitzwarron and Exeter. Bet W0011. 69
  • Paddington, 69
  • Quakers Yard, 69
  • River Towy Bridge. Cartnart hen, 69
  • Royal Albert Bridge. 69
  • Severn Tunnel, 69
  • Severn Tunnel Junction and Rogerst one. 69
  • Taunton, 69
  • Tonteg and Treforest, 69
  • Truro and the Falmouth Branch, 69
  • Westbury and Frome, 69
  • London, Midland and Scottish, 88
  • Ambergate, 68
  • Barking and Upminster, Between, As Barrow, 68
  • Beeston, 68
  • Blackwell and Abbotswood, Bet ween, 68
  • Bridges, Strengthening of, 69
  • Cumden, 68
  • Carlton Sidings. 68
  • Chaddesden, 68
  • Cricklewood, Wellingborough, and Toton, 68
  • Fleetwood, 68
  • Longbridge and Barnt Green Widening 68
  • Mirfield, 68
  • Northampton, 68
  • Paisley. 68
  • Preston, 68
  • Speke Junction, 88
  • Stockport and Buxton. Between, 68
  • Tilbury. 68
  • Wakefield, 68
  • London and North-Eastern, 69
  • Additional Loops, 69
  • Bedlington Viaduct, 69
  • Bridge Reconstruction, 69
  • Bridge Renewals, 69
  • Doncaster, 69
  • Doubling Single Lines in Scottish Area, 69
  • Ely, 69
  • Frodingham, 69
  • Hartlepool, 69
  • Hull, 69
  • King's Cross, Hornsi.y and Ferne Park, 69
  • Manchester District, 69
  • Temple Mills and Romford, 69
  • Whitemoor Yard, March, 69
  • York and Northallerton, 69
  • London, Midland and Scottish and London and North-Eastern Joint, 68
  • Electrification of the Manchester South Junction and Altrincham, 68
  • Mid-Nottinghamshire Joint Railways. 68
  • Southern, 69, 70
  • Additional Stations in the Suburban Area, 70
  • Bentham Junction, 70
  • Dover Priory, 70
  • Electrification, 70
  • Exeter, Queen-street, 69
  • Folkestone Harbour Branch, 70
  • Hastings, 70
  • Haywards Heath, 69
  • Headcorn, 70
  • Isle of Wight. 70
  • Pokesdown, 69
  • Shawford and Eastleigh, 69
  • Southampton Docks, 70
  • Wimbledon and Sutton, 69
  • London Electric Railways, Tube Extensions, 70
  • Metropolitan, 70
  • Reconstruction of Stations. 70
  • Wembley and Harrow, 70
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1930. 57, 75
  • Introduction, 57
  • Works in Progress and in Contemplation, 57
  • London Main Drainage, 57
  • Barnsley, 57
  • Birmingham 75
  • Blackburn, 57
  • Blackpool, 57
  • Bradford, 57
  • Brighton, 57
  • Broadstairs and St. Peters, 57
  • Coventry, 75
  • Croydon, 78
  • Guildford, 75
  • Ipswich, 75
  • Leeds, 75
  • Leicester, 75
  • Manchester, 75
  • Nottingham, 75
  • Poole, 76
  • Rothwell, 76
  • Sheffield, 76
  • Southend-on-Sea, 78
  • Stoke-on-Trent, 76
  • Wolverhampton, 76
  • France, 76
  • STEAMSHIP AND STEAM MARINE ENGINEERING IN 1930, 22, 48, 52
  • Tonnage Output of the Year. 22
  • Some Large Liners of 1930 :
  • Cunard Liner Laid Down. Prospective View of 1018ft. Ship, 22
  • C.P.R. Liner " Empress of Britain," 22
  • c.P.R. Liner " Empress of Japan." 22 (Supplement, January 2nd. 1931)
  • North German Lloyd Liner " Europa." 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Whaling Factory Steamer " Tafelberg," Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Shipbuilders), Ltd., 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1931)
  • Coastal and Cross-Channel Steamers, 23
  • Belgian Railway Company's Four Turbine Steamers for Ostend-Dover Service, John Brown and Co., Ltd.. 23
  • C.P.R. Fast Coastal Steamer " Princes); Helene," 23, 24
  • C.P.R. Coastal Steamers Princes:4
  • Elizabeth " and " Princess Joan." 23
  • Canadian National Steamships. Fast Turbine Steamers " Prince Henry," " Prince Robert," 23 " Prince
  • David." 23, 24
  • Isle of Man Steam Packet Company's Steamer " Lady of Mann," Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 23, 24
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Cross-Channel Steamers " Prague,1' 23 : and " Amsterdam," 23, 24
  • London, Midland and Scottish Rahway Steamer " Duchess of Montrose," William Denny and Brothers, 22, 23 :
  • Turbine Steamer " Slieve Bloom," William Denny and Brothers, 23
  • Main and Auxiliary Electric Propulsion : Electrical Propulsion and the Geared Drive, 40
  • " Darien," Re-engined Ship " La Mares " Re-named, 23
  • Elders and Fyffes, Ltd.. " Musa," 23;
  • and " Platano," 23 (Supplement, .January 2nd, 1931)
  • P. and 0. Liner " Viceroy of India," 23
  • P. and 0. Liners, Two Further Ships Ordered, 23
  • Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, Work Commenced on Ship for, 23
  • Some Dredgers of 1930 :
  • Bucket Hopper Dredger " Lord Cochrane," Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd.. 23, 24
  • Electrically Driven Dredgers, Fleming and Ferguson, Ltd., 52
  • Hopper Suction Dredger " Reitbok," Wm. Simons and Co., Ltd., 23
  • Suction Hopper Dredgers for Mexican Government, Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., 52
  • Improvements in Propelling Machinery, 52
  • Marine Boiler Design in 1930, 52
  • Marine Boiler Types, 48, 52
  • Babcock and Wilcox High-pressure Boilers, 52
  • Johnson High-pressure Boiler, 48, 52
  • Siemens-Benson Critical Pressure Boiler, Blohm and Voss, 53
  • Yarrow High-pressure Boilers, 52, 53
  • Pulverised Fuel at Sea, 53
  • Superheaters, Improved, for Scotch Boilers. 53
  • Types of Propelling Machinery, 53
  • our-cylinder Triple-expansion Balanced Engine, 53
  • Geared Turbine Installations, Exhaust. 53
  • Lentz Marine Engine, 1870 I.H.P., 53
  • TRANSPORT IN 1930 :
  • Royal Commission on Transport, Final Report, 70
  • Canals, 71
  • Co-ordination of Transport, 71
  • Harbours, Docks and Coastwise Shipping, 71
  • Highways, 70
  • Railways, 70
  • Reservations, 71
  • Transport in Large Cities (Leader), 79
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1930. 36, 55
  • Introduction, 36
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 36. 55
  • Works in Connection with the Supply from Queen Mary Reservoir at Littleton, 55
  • Works for Improvement of the Supply : North of the Thames, 55
  • Southern and Western Districts. 55
  • Kent District. 55
  • Greenwich and Woolwich, 55
  • Plumstead and North and South Woolwich, 55
  • Chislehurst and Orpington Areas, 55
  • Western District. 55
  • Bedford, 36
  • Belfast, 37
  • Birmingham, 37
  • Bradford, 37
  • Coventry, 37
  • Dumfries, 37
  • Lanarkshire Area, 37
  • Liverpool, 37
  • Afforestation at. Lake Vyrnwy, 37
  • The Aber Tunnel, 37
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 37
  • Manchester, 37
  • Oxford, 37
  • Perth, 37
  • Preston, 38
  • Reading, 38
  • Rochdale, 38
  • Wakefield, 38
  • Bore-holes. 38
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930, 36
  • France, 38
  • Kano (Nigeria), 38
  • Singapore, 38
  • ARC Welding, Prizes for Papers on, Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland. Ohio, 195
  • Artificial Stone, Jinzoseki, 661
  • Assessment of Electrical Undertakings in relation to Local Rating, 685, 701
  • Assisted Wiring, Committee Appointed by Electricity Commissioners on. 113

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries Research :
  • Official Report of the Second International Steam Table Conference, Berlin. 1930, Skeleton Steam Tables. Assumed Mean Values and Tolerances, 232
  • Association, British Non-ferrous Research :
  • Opening of Headquarters at Regnart Buildings, London. 650
  • Association, Empire Development :
  • Abstracts from Memorandum on Empire Development, 246
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical :
  • Presidential Address by A. J. Fuller, 685
  • Annual Convention at Scarborough, 684
  • Annual Dinner, Mr. Herbert Morrison on " Forward Policy in the Development of Electricity." 702
  • Annual General Meeting, Election of C. C. Morley as President, 702
  • Assessment of Electrical Undertakings in relation to Local Rating, Isaac Dixon, 685, 701
  • Future Development of Electricity Distribution in Great Britain, A. Nichols Moore. 701
  • Home Service by Electricity, E. E. Hoadley 686
  • Value of the Lighting Load to Authorised Undertakings. C. W. Sully, 702
  • Association, Manchester, of Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner, 251
  • Design and Construction of Rayon Machinery by John M. Noyes, 73
  • Some Developments in Foundry Practice, E. Longdon, 404
  • Association, Overhead Lines :
  • The Application of Electricity to Farming W. Gauvain. 41
  • Institute of British Foundrymen :
  • Programme, Annual Conference at Birmingham, 527
  • Institute of Canada, Engineering :
  • Annual Meeting, 218
  • Reinforcement of Stoney Creek Bridge. Canadian Pacific Railway. P. B. Motley. 125-128
  • Institute of Fuel :
  • Petrographic Treatment of Coal: The its Constituents Separation of Coal into Constituents and their Commercial Applications, John Strevens, 196
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • Accelerated Cracking of Mild Steel (Boiler Plato) under Repeated Bonding, Dr. W. Rosenhain and A. J. Murphy, 566
  • American Meeting, September, 1932, 163
  • Andrew Carnegie Research Fund Grants, 564
  • Annual Dinner. 538
  • Annual Report of Council, 534
  • Basic Bessemer Process : Some Consideraions of its Possibilities in England. V. Harbord, 565
  • Blast-furnace Data and their Correlation. Pan IL, E. C. Evans, Dr. L. Reeve. and Dr. M. A. Vernon, 566
  • Constitution of Scale, Dr. L. B. Pfeil, 536
  • Effect of Carbon and Silicon on the Growth and Scaling of Grey Cast Iron, Dr. A. L. Norbury and E. Moore. 566
  • First Report of Corrosion Committee, 523. 535. 550
  • Presidential Address, The Tin-plate Industry, Colonel Sir W. Charles Wright, Bart., 518
  • Melting Shop of Appleby Iron Company Ltd., Arthur Robinson, 535
  • Presentation of Bessemer Gold Medal to Sir Harold Carpenter, F.R.S., 534
  • Production Economy in Iron and Steel Works, Dr.-Ing. Otto Cromberg, 534
  • Programme, Annual Meetings. 440
  • Programme, Provisional, Autumn Meeting, 440
  • Research on Wrought Iron Chains : The Nature of Defective Laminations in Wrought Iron Bars and Chain Links, Dr. H. Gough and A. J. Murphy, 566
  • Tin-plate Industry, Presidential Address by Colonel Sir Charles Wright, Bart., Iron and Steel Institute, 518
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner. 471
  • Symposium on Relative Fields of Developments of the Water-tube and the Scotch Boilers. Harold E. Yarrow and Summers Hunter. Jun., 220
  • Institute of Metals :
  • Annual General Meeting, 327, 340. 373
  • Annual May Lecture, 441
  • Autumn Meeting, Programme, 441
  • Council's Report, 327
  • Election of President, Vice-presidents and Members of Council, 327
  • An Investigation of the Micro-structures of Fourteen Silver Greek Coins (500-300 s.e.) and Some Forgeries. Dr. C. F. Elam, 327
  • Constitution of the Cadmium-rich Alloys of the System Cadmium - Silver, Dr. P. J. Durrant, 328
  • Corrosion of Early Chinese Bronzes. Captain William F. Collins, 327
  • Deformation of Metals tinder Prolonged Loading; Part I., The Flow and Fracture of Aluminium, Professor Hanson and M. A. Wheeler, 340
  • Dimensional Stability of Heat-treated Aluminium Alloys, J. D. Grogan and 1). Clayton, 340
  • Effect of Artificial Ageing upon the ResistIMMO of Super-Duralumm to Corrosion by Sea-water, Dr. K. L. Meissner, 373
  • Heat Solutions of the Copper Silver System. Dr. D. Stockdalo, 328
  • Influence of Pressure and Temperature its Extrusion of Metals, C. E. Pearson and Dr. J. A. Smythe, 340
  • Investigation of the Effects of Impurities on Copper, S. L. Archbutt and W. E. Prytherch, 374
  • Mode of Deformation of a Single Crystal of Silver, Dr. H. J. Gough and H. L. Cox, 328
  • Programme, Twenty-third Annual General Meeting, 154
  • Rolling of Alloys of Copper and Phosphorus Containing up to 5 per cent. of Phosphorus, Owen W. Ellis, 374
  • Some Properties of Metallic Cadmium. G. H. M. Jenkins, 328
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • Injection, Ignition and Combustion in High-speed Oil Engines, Dr. S.J. Davies and E. Giffen, 409
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner, 300
  • Conference and Discussions, The 'Framing of Chemical Engineers. 300
  • Education and Training of a Chemical Engineer, Discussion, 300
  • Extraction of Torpone Chemical from Waste Pine Woods, I. W. Humphrey, 301
  • Flax Wax and its Extraction. Dr. W. H. Gibson, 300
  • Flow of Gases at High Pressures through Metal Pipes. Dr. D. M. Newitt, 309
  • Italian Leucite Industry. The Now. Baron Gian Alberto Blanc. 300
  • Recovery of Gum from Fossil Knurl Timber, Dr. R. G. Israel, 300
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Annual Conversazione. 656
  • James Forest Lecture, Engineering Research. Sir T. E. Stanton, F.R.S., 506
  • October Examinations, 1930, Pass List. 113
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, North-East Coast :
  • Marine Oil Engine Seatings, Dr. .1. Montgomorio, 538
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • High Voltage Testing Equipments, E. T. Norris and F. W. Taylor. 141
  • Long-distance Telephony, L. S. Crutch, 496 1 Rupturing Capacity of E.H.T. and L.T. Switchgear to be Installed on Consumers' Premises. Discussion,. 680
  • Some Difficulties of A.C. Bridge Measurement, Dr. A. Rosen, 554
  • Institution of Engineers. Junior :
  • Monolith Foundations, Mr. H. cartwright Reid, 248
  • Variable Density Tumid for the National Physical Laboratory. A. .1. Grant, 4'27, 466
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Allen, Mr. Richard. Presents a Replica of the Plaque (to the Memory of George Stephenson) to the Institution, 245
  • Clark, Lieut.-Colonel E. Kitson. The Now President., 231
  • Annual Report of the Council, 231
  • An Investigation of Steels for Aircraft Engine Valve Springs. Andrew Swim, H. Sutton and W. D. Douglas. 231
  • Fatigue Strength of Carbon and Alloy Steel Plates as Used for Laminated Springs, R. G. C. Batson and J. Bradley, 231
  • High-pressure Locomotives, H. N. Gresley, 124. 138, 164 Resumed Discussion, 182, 183
  • Induction, Distribution and Turbulence in Petrol Engines. Dr. S..1. Davies. 51
  • Modern Methods of Raising Water from Underground Sources. Rupert S. Allen, and W. E. W. Millington. 341, 352, 384
  • Parsons, The Late Sir Charles, 231
  • Post-war Land Turbine Development, C. D. Gibb, 455. 464, 481. 520
  • Presentation to the Institution by Mr. Richard W. Allen of a Replica of the Plaque to George Stephenson's Memory, 245
  • Steam Nozzle Efficiency, J. C. Oakden, 713
  • Summer Meetings of 1931 and 1932. 318
  • NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Diesel Electric Traction, A. E. L. Chorlton, 52
  • Effect of Surface Conditions and Eloctro-deposited Metals on the Resistance of Materials to Repeated Stresses. R. H. D. Barklio and H. J. Davies. 386
  • High-pressure Locomotives. Mr. H. N. Gresloy, 206
  • Machinery and Methods of Manufacture of Sheet Glass, Professor W. E. S. Turner. 245
  • Post-war Land Turbine Development, C. D. Gibb, 478
  • Institution of Mining Engineers
  • Ninety-third General Mweting, Programme. 690
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy :
  • Annual Dinner, 468
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers
  • Programme. Annual General Meeting and Conference at Birmingham. 524
  • Institution of Naval Architects
  • Spring Meetings, 225, 292. 343, 397. 426
  • Annual Dinner. 344
  • Annual Report of Council for 1930, 343
  • Invitation to Visit Germany for Summer Meeting, 344
  • Presidential Address by Admiral of the Fleet the Right Hon. Lord Wester Wemyss, 344
  • Beam Frame Connections, E. F. Spanner, 426
  • British Sea Power, 1900-1930, Sir Archibald Hurd, 344, 353, 368
  • Distribution of Shearing Stresses in Riveted and Welded 'Connections, Professor W. Hovgaard, 398
  • Establishment of an International Load Line. Sir Charles Sanders. 369
  • Further Model Experiments on the Resistance- of Mercantile Ship Forme : Como er Vessels. F. H. Todd, 398
  • International Load Lines, Foster King. 369
  • Maier Form of Hun Construction, Marley F. Hay, 368
  • Present Position of the Diesel Engine for Marine Purposes, Dr. H. H. Macke, 399, 411
  • Seaworthiness of Collier Types, I.. C. Burrill, 397
  • Some Modern Examples of Air Heaters. W. H. flowden, 426, 429
  • Water-tube Boilers in Some Recent Merchant Ships with Service Results, Harold E. Yarrow. 426, 440
  • Programme, Summer Meeting in Paris. 514
  • Institution, Royal, of Great Britain :
  • Juvenile Lectures. The Electric Spark. Professor A. M. Tyndall, 76
  • Measurement of Noise, Dr. G. W. C. Kayo, 554
  • Scattering of Light, Sir William Bragg, 166
  • Institution of Structural Engineers :
  • Annual Dinner, 76
  • Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge..1. Stuart Lewis, 372, 376
  • Dorman Long Travelling Scholarship, 445
  • Modern Buildings as Engineering Structures, Dr. Oscar Faber, 184
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges. J. T. Gueritte, 662
  • Some New Ideas on Dams, Edward Godfrey. 157
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • Jubilee Celebrations, 471
  • Society, Newcomen :
  • Early Locomotive Wheels, .1. G. H. Warren, 323
  • Summer Meeting at Sheffield, Programme 637; Report, 684
  • Society. Royal, of Great Britain :
  • Annual Conversazione, 576
  • ATMOSPHERIC Pollution in 1929-30, J. B. C. Kershaw, 257
  • Australian Locomotive Works at Port Augusta, Reconstruction of, C. P. Jenkyns, 621
  • Automobile Frames, Automatic Manufacture of, A. 0. Smith Corporation. 66. 78, 94
  • Axle-box, The " Isothermos " Oil-lubricated. Sir W. 0. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.. 114

B

  • BARRAGE on the Nile, The Nag Ilammieli. 122. 123, 134, 160, 160
  • Beardmore and Co.. Ltd.. A Visit to, 412
  • Beabhamois Canal and Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 176. 188, 204, 205, 214
  • Birthday Honours, 626

BOILERS :

  • Boiler. 500 lb. Pressure. Babeoek and Wilcox, Ltd., 52, 53
  • Boiler, Sectional Express Type, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 48. 52
  • Boiler, 7000 H.P., for P. and 0. Liners, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 52, 53
  • Boiler, Side-fired, for s.s. " Empress of Britain," Yarrow and Co.. Ltd., 48, 52
  • Boiler, 'Water-tube, "Johnson," 48, 52
  • Boilers, Water-tube, for Destroyers, Admiralty Superheater Type. 220
  • BRAKE, A New Rail, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 346

BRIDGES :

  • Bridge Over the Nilo at Jinja. Uganda. P. and W. MacLellan, Ltd., 74
  • Bridge, Charing Croat, 317
  • Concrete Bridge at Montrose, Reinforced. 616. 628
  • Hudson River Bridge, New York, Fourth Progress Roport, 590-594
  • Martinez-Benicia Bridge, Suisun Bay, 562, 574
  • Montrose Bridge, 616, 628
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges. J. T. Gueritte, 662
  • Stoney Creek Bridge. Reinforcement of. Canadian Pacific Railway, 125-128
  • BRITISH Economic Mission in the Far East. Professor C. A. Middleton Smith, 344
  • British Economic Mission to Far East, Report of, Japan, 541; Chins, 577
  • British Electrical Industry and the Buenos Aires Exhibition, 56

BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :

  • Co-ordination of Iron and Steel Specifications, Iron and Steel Industry Committee, 315
  • Index to British Standard Specifications. 154
  • Specifications;; :
  • Airecrew Hubs and Their Fixing, 401
  • Aluminium Alloy Shoots and Strip, 661
  • Attachment for Circular Saws for Woodworking, 525
  • Brazing Solder, 601
  • Corrugated Furnaces and Smoke Tubes. 113
  • Ebonite, 661
  • Expanded Metal, 113
  • Identification Colours for Gas Cylinders, 401
  • Indicator Cook Connections, 583
  • Insulating Varnish, 113
  • Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Tires for use in Railway Rolling Stock, 113
  • Permanent. Magnets, 154
  • Phosphor Bronze and Naval Brass Plates, Sheets and Strip. 401
  • Pipe Flanges, 525
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coal for Export, 43
  • Ships' Cargo-lifting Blocks, 154
  • Standard Pipe Flanges, 667
  • Steel Cylinders, 355
  • Steel Roller Chains and Chain Wheels, 113
  • Steel Tub Wheels and Axles, 525
  • Tar for Road Purposes. 401
  • Telegraph and Telephone Nomenclature. 113
  • Test Sieves, 583
  • Valve Fittings for Compressed Gas Cylinders, 401
  • BRITISH Railway Results in 1930. 404
  • Bromborough Dock, Opening of, 434, 443

C

  • CAISSON, Hinged Dock, for India. Vickers-Armstrongs. Ltd., 221
  • Calenders, Diaries. &c., 29, 56, 145. 202

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Addition to Noranda Smelter, 26
  • Astronomical Observatory, 359
  • Aviation Matters, 26
  • British Capital in Oilfields, 26
  • Canada and Refined Copper Exports, 106
  • Canada to Pay for Smelter Fumes, 689
  • Gold-bearing Ore. Tonnage of, 195
  • Gold Output Stepped Up. 26
  • Huge Power Scheme Proposed, 689
  • Mammoth Dam Plannsd, 26
  • Mineral Exploration, 359
  • Natural Gas Developments, 26
  • Noranda Operations, 195
  • Obituary Notes, 195
  • Paper Production Increase, 195
  • Phosphatic Fertilisers, 196
  • Pit Mining, Open, 26
  • Pole Treating Plant, 26
  • Radio Static Research, 359
  • Rails, 130 lb., 359
  • Shipbuilding Record, 195
  • Smelter Expansion Planned, 359
  • Synthetic Nitric Acid Plant, 26
  • Transmission Lines in Manitoba, 20
  • Tube Plan for Montreal, 26
  • Vancouver's Water Ttumel Projeei 1189
  • Whiting to be Manufactured, 26
  • Wolfe Cove Tunnel, 689
  • CANAL, Construction of Canadian Conversion, Chute-a-Caron Plant, 702, 708
  • Canal Developments in the Midlands. 221
  • Cast Iron and Foundry Practice, Development in, 689
  • Castings. Merchandising of, 688
  • Catalogues. 89, 145, 199. 225, 251, 279, 145, 499, 527, 609, 639, 605, 693. 719
  • Centenary of Mandalay, 178, 203
  • Centrifugal Machines, The Application of Electric Motors to the Driving of, Macfarlane Engineering Company, Ltd., 112
  • Certificates and Diplomas in Engineering, 141
  • Chain Belt., VEE Link, Fraser and Glass, 717
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 317
  • Chassis, 46-58 H.P. Single-dock Motor Coach, Associated Equipment. Company, Ltd., 494, 495
  • Chemical Engineering Group, Sir Richard Gregory's Address at Annual- Dinner, Science in Industry, 486
  • Chequer Plating, Light Substitute for. 195
  • Christie, A. G., Trends in Steam Turbine Development, 272
  • Cleaning of Power Station Waste Gases, J. B. C. Kershaw, 504
  • Coaeh. Single-deck Motor. Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 494

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES

  • Anthracite, 333
  • Coal Trade in France. 173. 361
  • Fuel Handling Plant in Yugoslavia, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 716
  • Pit Props, 473
  • Polish Coal, 31
  • Safety in Mines. Professor S. M. Dickson at Institution of Civil Engineers' Convorsa%lone, 656
  • COIR Fibre, Winning, Spinning and Weaving The B. G. H. van der Jagt Process, 660, 661
  • Conference. Second International Steam Table in Berlin. 1930, 232
  • Contracts, 61, 89. 117, 145. 199. 225. 251, 279. 306. 331. 359. 389, 417. 445, 474, 499, 527. 557, 585. 609. 642. 668. 696. 722
  • Copper Back Boilers in Kitchen Grates. Statement issued by the Copper and Brawn Extended Uses Council, 73
  • Crane, A New Mobile, Ransomea and Rapier. Ltd.. 383
  • Crane, Five-ton Level Lulling, Without Lulling Ropes. Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 581
  • Crane, 250-ton Electric Hammerhead, Sir William Arrol and Co.. Ltd., 492
  • Cranes, Large Breakdown. Ransomer and Rapier. Ltd., 600, 604
  • Cupola. Balanced Blast, 404
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 30, 62, 90, 118, 146, 172. 200. 226. 252. 280. 306, 332, 380. 390, 418. 446, 472, 500, 528, 558. 586, 612. 640. 666. 694. 720

D

  • DISTILLERY. Electrically Welded Tanks at a, John Thompson (Dudley), Ltd.. 158
  • Dock. New Fish, at Grimsby, 618. 019

E

  • ECONOMIC Conditions in Canada, 108

ECONOMIC MISSION IN THE FAR EAST, THE BRITISH :

  • Professor C. A. Middleton Smith, 344, 345
  • Bank and Engineering. 345
  • China a Price Market, 345
  • Chinese Student., The, 345
  • Demand for Power. The. 345
  • Demand. The New, 345
  • Labour Conditions, 344
  • Orders. Some Big, 345
  • Static and Dynamic China. 345
  • ECONOMICS and Industry, J. S. Hecht, 155
  • Educational Intelligence. 56, 228. 303
  • Educational Intelligence, University of London Lecture. Steam Research in Europe and in America! Professor Dr.-Ing. Max Jakob. 303
  • Efficiency in the Tool Department, G. W. Tripp. 479

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • A.C. Communtator Motor. J. H. Holmes and Co.. Ltd., 72
  • Alternators, 20,000-kVA Water Wheel, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 192
  • Assisted Wiring Committee. Appointed by Electricity Commissioners on, 113
  • British Electrical Industry and the Buenos Aires Exhibition, 56
  • Central Electricity Board's Report, 1930, 350
  • Central Electricity Board, South Scotland Electricity Scheme. 1930. 46
  • Cost of Transmitting Electric Power in the Argentine. 163
  • Dielectric Phenomena at. High Voltages, B. L. Goodlet, F. S. Edwards, and F. R. Perry. 141
  • Electric Deck Winches, Laurence Scott and Electrometers, Ltd., 580
  • Electric Hammerhead Crane. 250-Ton, Sir William Arrol and Co.. Ltd.. 492
  • Electric Induction Roll Heaters, English Electric Company. Ltd.. 456. 457
  • Electric Locomotive, 50-Cycle, Single-phase, for Hungarian State Railways, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 491
  • Electric Locomotive. 1500-Volt D.C., South Indian Railway. Madras Suburban Electrification Scheme, English Electric Company, Ltd., 294, 298, 299
  • Electric Motors, The Application of. to the Driving of Centrifugal Machines, Macfarlane Engineering Company, Ltd., 112
  • Electrical Determination of Water Purity, G. F. Tagg, 532
  • Electrical Distribution in Great Britain, Future Development in, 701
  • Electrically Driven Tool room Lathe, Dean, Smith and Grace. Ltd., 410
  • Electrically Propelled Motor Ship " Loch-fyne," William Denny and Brothers, 623
  • Electrically Welded Tanks at a Distillery, John Thompson (Dudley). Ltd., 158
  • Electricity Commissioners' Annual Report 243
  • Electricity Commissioners Appoint Committee on Assisted Wiring, 113
  • Electricity Commissioners. Public Inquiry. Fulham Generating Station, 234
  • Electricity Commissioners' Return. 672
  • Electrification in Sweden, 163
  • Floating Power Station in America. 383
  • Fulham Generating Station, Electricity Commissioners Public Inquiry, 234
  • Generation of Electricity by Authorised Undertakings in Great Britain. 542
  • High-tension Works and Laboratory of General Electric Company, 639
  • Insulation Works at Birmingham, Ellison Insulations, Ltd., 218
  • Ironclad Bwitcligear, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 386
  • Modern Transformers and Induction Regulators, English Electric Company, Ltd., 430
  • Over-voltage Problems, Dipl.-Ing. A. H. von Altmann, 634
  • Porcelain Insulators, Manufacture of. Hullers, Ltd., 058
  • Rectifiers, 3000-Volt Traction, on Delaware. Lackawanna and Western Railway. 606
  • Traction Rectifier at Dewar place Sub-station. Edinburgh, Bruce Peebles and Co. Ltd., 247
  • Transformer Tap Changing on Load. B.T.H. Company. Ltd.. 58
  • Turbo-generator Sot for Sheffield Corporation, 25.000.kW, English Electric Company, Ltd.. 1,12, 513
  • Turbo-generator Set for Yorkshire Power Company, 30,000-kW. English Electric Company, Ltd., 512, 513
  • EMPIRE Development, Abstracts from Memorandum Issued by Empire Development Association, 246
  • Energy, Tidal, 211

ENGINES

  • Oil Engine. 12-26 B.H.P. Two-cylinder Compression Ignition, W. E. Dorman and Co. Ltd.. 712-713
  • Engine, Oil, 850 B.H.P., Test of Ruston and Hornsby. Carried out by Mr. W. A. Tookey, 553
  • Engine, Oil. 7600 B.H.P.. Double-acting Two-stroke Marine, Sulzer Brothers, 484
  • Engines, Natural Gas, in America, 715
  • Oil Engines. Injection, Ignition and Combustion in High-speed. Dr. S. J. Davies and E. Giffen, 409
  • Test of Ruston and Hornsby 850 B.H.P. *Oil Engine, Mr. W. A. Tookey, 553
  • ENGINEERING and Foundry Trades. 688
  • Engineering in the Argentine, Luis A. Romero. 296
  • Engineering Research, Sir T. E. Stanton. F.R.S.. James Forrest Lecture at Institution of Civil Engineers. 506
  • Enlargement of the Kingsway Subway of the L.C.C. Tramways, 136
  • Evolution and Origin of Indirect System of Heating Steam Boilers, Charles R. King. 674

EXHIBITIONS

  • British Chemical Plant Exhibition, 26
  • British Empire Trade Exhibition at Buenos Aires, 284. 310. 336, 364. 394, 422, 450 (Sixteen-page Supplement, March 13th, 1931)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham. 184, 209. 236, 260, 302 (Eight-page Supplements, February 13th and 20th. 1931) (Erratum, 305)
  • Inventions at Buenos Aires Exhibition, 154
  • Leipzig Technical Fair. 290. 324. 325
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition. 44

F

  • FAR East, Trade with, Report of British Economic Mission to Far East, Japan, 541: China, 577
  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations. 458
  • Fish Dock at Grimsby, 618. 619
  • Floating Dock for Wellington, New Zealand. 637

FORTHCOMING ENGAGEMENTS

  • 33. GI, 92. 120, 148, 174, 202. 228, 254. 282. 308. 334. 362, 392. 420. 448. 474, 502. 530. 560, 588. 614. 642. 668, 696, 722
  • FOSALSIL Works of Moler Products, Ltd., 316, 317. 320
  • Foundries, Mochanisation of, 689

FOUNDRYMEN'S CONVENTION AT BIRMINGHAM AND COVENTRY

  • 688, 689
  • Presidential Address, Andrew Harley. 688
  • Cast Materials for High-temperature and Pressure Service, L. W. Spring, 688
  • Development in Cast Iron and Foundry Practies, J. G. Pearce. 689
  • Engineering and Foundry Trades. L. H . Pomeroy. 688
  • Mechanisation of Foundries. Sir Heckert Austin at Annual Banquet. 689
  • Merchandising of Castings, Eric N. Sunni's. 688
  • Sands and Sand Testing. Dr. .1. G. A. Skerl, 688
  • Silicon as an Alloying Element, .1. Arnett. 688
  • FRENCH Colonial Motor Fuels, 594

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES 31, 63, 91, 119, 147, 173. 201. 227, 253, 281, 307, 333, 361, 391, 419. 446. 473. 501. 529, 559, 587, 613, 641, 667, 695. 721

  • Accelerating Transport, 473
  • Air Turbines, 253
  • Anglo-French Tariffs, 501
  • Anthracite, 333
  • Belgian Coal Licences, 587
  • Bridge Collapse Crossing the River Lisle, 695
  • Canal du Nord, 667
  • Canal Inundation, 501
  • Canal Traction, 333
  • Cast Iron Pipes, 641
  • Central European Markets. 361
  • Changed Outlook, 63
  • Coal, 173
  • Coal Situation, 91
  • Coal Trade, 361
  • Colonial Exhibition, 281
  • Compressed Gasps, 31
  • Destroyers " Albatross" and Gerfaut" Attain Record Speeds, 587
  • Drainage Scheme for the Plaine du Crau, 447
  • Electrical Engineering, 307
  • Engine Knocking Experiments, 529
  • European Trade, 501
  • European Union, 307
  • Fast Transports. 529
  • Finance and Trade, 281
  • Foreign Trade. 147. 613
  • French Tariffs, 529
  • German Reparations, 667
  • Import Duties, 227
  • Industrial Organisation, 641
  • Inland Waterways, 201
  • International Colonial Exhibition, 529
  • International Co-operation, 473
  • Iron and Steel Production, 63
  • Le Genie Civil, 31
  • Marsh Land Drainage, 419
  • Merchant Marine, 173
  • Michelin, Monsieur Andre, 447
  • Miners' Wages, 253
  • Mining Situation, 419
  • Motor Cars, 91
  • National Equipment Scheme, 91
  • National Fuels, 587
  • Naval Construction. 253, 559, 721
  • Naval Programme, 227
  • Navy, The, 419
  • Nitriding Steel, 31
  • Oil Supplies, 641
  • Paris Water Supply, 253, 419
  • Permanent Way Maintenance, 91
  • Pit Props, 473
  • Polish Coal, 31
  • Port Extensions, 419
  • Port of Havre, 559
  • Power Station, The Vitry, 447
  • Public Works, 63
  • Rail and Road Traction, 473
  • Railway Accident at Etampes Station, 361
  • Railway Crisis, 559
  • Railway Deficits, 201
  • Railway Electrification, 63, 119
  • Railway Organisation, 307
  • Railway Pneumatic Tires, 173
  • Railway Reforms, 613
  • Railway Speeds, 147. 391
  • Railway Working, 391
  • Rhine-Rhone Canal, 31
  • Rolling Stock, 391, 501
  • Saint-halo Harbour Works, 473
  • Seaplane Services, 307
  • Shipping Troubles, 695
  • Standardisation, 173
  • State Railways, 333
  • Steel Cartel, 227, 333
  • Steel Export Trade, 613
  • Steel Imports, 391
  • Steel Organisation, 667
  • Steel Production, 695
  • Steel Trade, 119, 173, 253, 361, 559
  • Strikes, 613
  • Submarine Depot Ship " Jules Verne," 201
  • Suspension Bridge Collapse, 667
  • Traffic of Rouen, 119
  • Train Control, 227
  • Trade Outlook, 281
  • Trade Protection. 147
  • Trade Reaction, 201
  • Trade Remedies, 447
  • Trade Reorganisation, 587
  • Trade Situation, 721
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 333
  • Unifying Paris Transport Systems, 695
  • Unemployment, 119, 281
  • Used Water, 119
  • Vegetable Oils, 721
  • Wagon Cartel, 147, 227
  • Water Supply, 91
  • FUEL-HANDLING Plant in Yugoslavia,
  • British, Mayor and Coulson. Ltd., 716
  • Fulham Generating Station, Electricity Commissioners' Public Inquiry, Report, 234

G

  • GAS, Town, for Motor Vehicles, 108
  • Gases, Cleaning of Power Station Waste, J. B. C. Kershaw, 504
  • Gauging of Cylinders for Diameter, L. A. Legros, 436
  • Gear Generating Machine, High-speed, Power Plant Company, Ltd., 686 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1931)
  • Gear Grinding Machine, 15ft. " Sunderland," J. Parkinson and Son, 438 (Supplement, April 17th, 1931)
  • Gun Construction. Auto-frettage, S. Sasaki, 706

H

  • HELICAL Springs, Shear Stresses in, L. E. Adams, 698
  • High-tension Works and Laboratory of General Electric Company, 539
  • HMS "Acheron," Turbines and Boilers of, 699 (Supplement, June 26th, 1931)
  • History of Science and Technology, Second International Congress of the, London Meeting, 524
  • Hohnes, J. H., and Co., Ltd., A Visit to the Works of, 72, 73
  • Hook, New Form of Suspension, A. B. Steele, 662
  • Home Service by Electricity, 685
  • How to Win this War, John H. Van Deventer, in the Iron Age, 524
  • Hungarian Railway Electrification Scheme, 411
  • Hydraulic Power in the Argentine, 163
  • Hydro-electric Power of the Jordan, Harold J. Shopstone, 348, 352
  • Hydro-electric Progress in Canada in 1930, 80

I

  • INDIAN irrigation in 1928-29, 711
  • Industrial Mechanisation, National Conference Programme, 43
  • Industrial Mission to South America, Sheffield, Report of, 244
  • industry and Economics, J. S. Hecht, 155

IRON AND STEEL

  • Corrosion of Iron and Steel, Report of Corrosion Committee to Iron and Steel Institute, 523, 535, 550
  • French Steel Export Trade, 613
  • Industrial Situation, Report by National Confederation of Employers Organisations, 216
  • Iron and Steel Production in France, 63
  • Iron and Steel Production in 1930, National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Report, 73
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports :
  • Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production, Statistics of January Compared with December, 218; February, 347;
  • April, 569, 573; May, 693
  • Memorandum, Reorganisation of the Iron and Steel Industry, 508
  • Present Position of the Iron and Steel Industry, 606
  • Nitriding Steel, 31
  • Reorganisation of the Iron and Steel Industry, Memorandum, National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, 508
  • Steel Casting, A 230-Ton, 272
  • Steel, Japanese, for Siamese Railways, 195
  • Steel, Self-tempering Chisel, S. Osborn and Co., Ltd., 442
  • Steel Trade in France, 119, 173, 253, 361, 559
  • IRRIGATION in India, 1928-29, 711

J

  • JAPANESE Steel for Siamese Railways, 195
  • Jinzoseki, An Artificial Stone, 661
  • Jubilee of Le Genie Civil, 158

K

  • KERSHAW. J. B. C., Cleaning., of Power Station Waste Gases, 504
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York. 647, 670, 682
  • Kingsway Subway, Enlargement of, 136

L

  • LABOUR and Wages, .Shipyard, E. T. Good. 710
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 86, 117, 142, 199, 251, 305, 445, 555, 611, 665, 719
  • Le Genie Civil, Jubilee of, 158

LEADING ARTICLES

  • 1930, A Retrospect, 17
  • A Very Bad Year, 17
  • Imperial Conference, 18
  • Protection, 17
  • Technical Progress, 18
  • THE ENGINEER Seventy-five Years Old. 17
  • Unemployment, 17
  • Conclusion, 18
  • A Notable Meeting, 408
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, 602
  • Architecture and the Engineer, 242
  • British and Foreign Fighting Ships, 49 13ritish Prices in Foreign Markets, 349
  • Bursting of Water Mains, 79
  • Carlisle Railway Accident, 50
  • Coal Sampling Question Settled, 50
  • Comparison of Steam Turbines, 629
  • Compulsory Research, 270
  • Continental Coal Situation, 378
  • Corrosion, 545
  • Dr. Enstrom on Research. 630
  • Economies and Unemployment, 269
  • Education for the Engineering Industry, 461
  • Electric Heating, 407
  • Fuel Alcohol in France, 656
  • Government and the Schneider Trophy, 107
  • Government's Airship Policy. 576
  • High-power Rectifiers, 322
  • In the Hands of the Bank, 435
  • Industrial Economy, 216
  • Large Transformers, 462
  • Locomotive Feed, 190
  • Main Line Railway Electrification, 489
  • Mass Production, 683
  • Mechanisation, 108
  • Meeting the Market, 709
  • Meopham Aeroplane Disaster, 135
  • National Locomotive Testing Plant, 295
  • Naval Problems of To-day, 518
  • Noise Problems in Electrical Machinery, 655
  • Of Experts, 436
  • Paris Fair, 575
  • Parsons, Sir Charles, 215
  • Peak Loads on Power Systems, 136
  • Problems of Electricity Supply, 710
  • Progress of Power Production, 545
  • "R 101" Report, 377
  • Radiation in Boiler Furnaces, 321
  • Railway Accident Reports, 350
  • Recent Developments in Land Turbines 517
  • Rural Electrification, 378
  • Schneider Trophy, The Government and the, 107
  • Science and Industry, 601
  • Shipping Interests and Freights, 408
  • State of the Navy, 189
  • Steel Castings, 161
  • Suez Canal, 270
  • The Engineer and the Physicist, 161
  • Transmission Line Troubles, 241
  • Transport in Large Cities, 79

LEIPZIG TECHNICAL FAIR 290

  • Introduction, 290
  • Cranes, Model of Buttery of Twenty-four Harbour, at Bremen, Frei-Hafen, Company, 326
  • Enigine, Four-cylinder High-speed, " V.Q.' Type Vertical, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 320
  • Engine, " H. it," 34 B.H.P. Horizontal, Running on Tar, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 326
  • Engine, 2 B. H . P. Potrol , R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 326
  • Engine, 68 H.P. Six-cylinder, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Engine, 200 H.P. Six-cylinder Benz, Mannheim Motor Works, 326
  • Engines, 165 B.H.P. Slow-speed, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Engines, Petrol, Gas and Oil, Humboldt-Deutzmotoren Company, 327
  • Engines, 38 B.H.P. to 5 B.H.P., R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 326
  • Gas Holder, Model of Waterless, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Grinder for Slides, Billiter and Klunz, 291
  • Grinder, Lathe Bed, Billiter and Klunz, 291
  • High-pressure Pipe Joints, 326
  • Lighting Set, Automatic Emergency Six-cylinder Type, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Lighting Set, 150 B.H.P. Automatic Emergency, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Machine Tools, Question of Painting, 291
  • Machine Tools-see Machine Tools
  • Marine Engine, Model of 5000 H.P. Five-cylinder, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Measuring Device, Continuous, Ludwig, Loewe and Co., 324, 325
  • Milling Machine, Table Control Stops for Wanderer-Worko Company, 325
  • Pipe-cutting Machine, Schiess-Defries, 291
  • Pump for Chemicals, Propeller, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Surface for Gauge Fittings, Schaffer and Budenberg, 326
  • Transformer Transport Vehicle, 110-Ton Capacity, M.A.N. Company, 326
  • Volvos for High Pressures, 326

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

  • England, North of, 28, 60, 88, 116, 144, 1.70, 198, 224, 250, 278, 304, 330, 358, 388, 416, 444, 470, 498, 526, 556, 584, 610, 638, 664, 692, 718
  • Lancashire, 27. 59, 87, 115, 143, 169, 197, 223, 249, 277, 303, 329, 357, 387, 416, 443, 469, 497, 525, 555, 583, 610, 637, 663, 691, 717
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 27, 59, 87, 116, 143, 169, 197, 223, 249, 277, 303, 329, 357, 387, 415, 443, 469, 497, 525, 555, 583, 609, 637, 663, 691, 717
  • Sheffield, 28, 60, 88, 116, 144, 170, 198, 224, 250, 278, 304, 330, 358, 388, 416, 443, 470, 498, 526, 556, 584, 610, 638, 664, 692, 718
  • Scotland, 28, 61, 89, 117, 145, 171, 198, 225, 250, 278, 305, 330, 358, 389, 417, 444, 470, 499, 526, 557, 585, 611, 639, 665, 693, 719
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 29, 61, 89, 117, 145, 171, 199, 225, 251, 279, 305, 331, 359, 389, 417, 444, 471, 499, 527, 557, 585, 611, 639, 665, 693, 719

'LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Airship Experiment, P. L. Teed, 496
  • Bailey, Frank, R. E. Crompton, 689
  • Beeston Bridge, Redpath, Brown and Co., Ltd., 275
  • Bursting of Water Mains, J. D. K. Restler, 101
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., and the Late Sir Charles Parsons, Watson, Burton, Booth and Robinson, 275
  • Compulsory Research, Cassandra, 318
  • Creep Stresses, K. Gauldie, 54
  • Diesel, Eric Brown, 153
  • Diesel and Compression-ignition Oil Engines, W. P. Durtnall, 378
  • Economics and Unemployment, W. H. Dupen, 318
  • Efficiency of Locomotives of Recent New Design, A. H. Waring, 246; F. W. Brewer, 289
  • Electric Heating, 468
  • Electrification of Railways, Charles Rattle, 496
  • Failure of Flat-bottom Steel Rails, E. A. Wraight, 222; A. H. Huddart, 246, 379, 689; J. W. Norris, 275;- P. Hinde, 598
  • French Railways and Electrification, A. Lisle, 129
  • Gas Cylinders, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, L. S. Lloyd, 54
  • Gold and its relation to Industrial Prosperity, C. H. Douglas, 318; R. Douglas Archibald, 413
  • Heavy-oil Aircraft Engines, Major G. P. Sulman, 468
  • Heavy Transport, By Road or Canal ? E. T. Good, 379
  • High-pressure Locomotives, H. N. Gresley, 222
  • In the Hands of the Bank, C. H. Douglas, 468
  • Iron and Steel in Japan, Ironman, 14
  • Main Line Electrification, Monkswell, 514; J. D. Twinborrow, 626; A. H. Jackson, 577
  • Oil v. Coal, E. F. Truscott, 468
  • Oil Engine Nomenclature, Robertson Matthews, 129
  • Platt-Toyoda Automatic Loom, Albert Alfred Buss, 54
  • Protection in the Steel Industry, A. J. Capron, 54
  • "Queen of Scots" Train, W. 13. Thompson, 441, 496; Major Horace Myers, 468
  • "R 101," E. F. Spanner, 598
  • Roads and Railways, E. Pease, 274
  • "Rocket, The," C. F. Dendy Marshall, 14, 71; J. G. H. Warren, 55; A. H. M. Solomon, 55; H. Holcroft, 71
  • "Rockets, The," H. Holcroft, 101, 164, 318; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 128, 153, 222; W. B. Thompson, 128; A. H. M. Solomon, 153; Donald MacNicoll, 154; F. W. Brewer, 275; J. G. H. Warren, 289
  • Speed of Trains, Monkswell, 379
  • Spiral Springs, E. C. Wadlow, 626
  • Tensile Stress in Connecting-rod Big-end Bolts, H. P. Sprott, 245
  • Tidal Power, P. Shishkoff, 274, 441; Your Correspondent, 379
  • Transport and Economics, E. Pease, 441
  • Vaporisation in C.I. Engines, Robertson Matthews, 598
  • Welded Boiler Drums, Combustion Steam Generators, Ltd., 154
  • World Industrial Depression, C. R. K., 514
  • LIGHT Substitute for Chequer Plating, Grill Floors, Ltd., 195
  • Lighthouses from Fire Tower to Talking Beacon, Development of, D. Alan Stevenson at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 656

LITERATURE

  • Reviews
  • Account Rendered, 1900-1930, being an Attempt to Estimate the Moral and Material Cost of the New Ideas Expressed in the Political Activities of Great Britain during this Period, Ernest J P. Berm, 686
  • Acoustics, G. W. Stewart and R. B. Lindsay, 572
  • Agricultural Machinery, J. Brownlee Davidson, 631
  • Ancient Bridges of the North of England, E. Jervoiso, 686
  • Autobiography of an Engineer, William Le Roy Emmet, 603
  • Business Leadership, edited by Dr. Henry C. Metcalf, 603
  • Faraday, A Tribute to, Rollo Appleyard, 519
  • High-speed Internal Combustion Engine, H. R. Ricardo, 603
  • Laboratory Manual of Electrochemistry, Dr. Erich Muller, translated from the Fourth Edition by H. J. T. Effingham, 657
  • Land Drainage and Flood Protection, Bernard A. Etcheverry, 546
  • Limestones : Their Origins, Distributions and Uses, F. J. North, 490
  • Manufacture of Artificial Silk ( Rayon), E. Wheeler, 463
  • Modern Dowser : A Practical Guide to Divining, Le Vicomte Henry do France, 109
  • Modern Sewage Disposal and Hygienics, S.H. Adams, 81
  • Physical Science of Flour Milling, E. D. Simon, 162
  • Principles of Engineering Thermodynamics, Professor Paul J. Kiefer and Professor Milton C. Stuart, 546
  • Reclamation of Land from the Sea, F. M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 711
  • Resistance of Ships and Models, N. W. Akimoff, 685
  • Standard Four-figure Mathematical Tables, L. M. Milne-Thomson and L. J. Cornrie, 572
  • Strength of Materials, S. Timoshenko, 631
  • Technical Arts and Sciences of the Ancients, Albert Neuburger. translated by Henry L.Brose, 162
  • Theory and Design of Illuminating Engineering Equipment, L. B. W. Jolley, J. M. Waldram and G. H. Wilson, 490
  • Uniflow, Back Pressure and Steam Extraction Engines, Eng. Lieut.-Com. T. Allen, R.N., 630

Short Notices

  • A.C. Electrical Engineering, W. T. 1VLaccall, 437
  • Ausgewithlte Schweisskonstructionen : Vol. 2, Maschinenbau, Dr.-Ing. Karl Haas, 547
  • Chemical Technology of Steam Raising Plant, H. N. Bassett, 603
  • Compressed Air Plant, Fifth edition, Robert Poole, 162
  • Construction Joints in Concrete : Bonding New Concrete to Old, 162
  • Craftsmen's Measures in Prehistoric Times, Ludovic MacLellan Mann, 163
  • Elementary Theory of the Internal Combustion Engine, F. W. Ludlam, 603
  • Fuel Oils and their Applications, H. V. Mitchell, 547
  • Gas Installations and Appliances, A. T. Gilbert, 547
  • Gates of Light : A Record of Progress in the Engineering of Colour and Light, Beatrice Irwin, 463
  • Handbook of English in Engineering Usage, A. C. Howell, 109
  • Hydraulics for Engineers, Robert W. Angus, 463
  • Law Relating to Industry, H. Samuels, 547
  • Manufacturing Industries of the British Empire Overseas; Part I., Canada; Part II., Australia, Harold H. Carvalho, 163
  • Mechanical Properties of Wood, G. A. Garratt, 572
  • Molesworth's Pocket Book of Engineering Formula, thirtieth edition, 572
  • Punches, Dies slid Tools, Joseph V. Woodworth, fourth edition, 547
  • Slide Rule Calculations, H. D. Cooper, 437
  • Switchgear Practice, Henry E. Poole, 437
  • Waterworks for Urban and Rural Districts, Henry C. Adams, second edition, 547
  • Books Received
  • Agricultural Machinery, J. Brownlee Davidson, 547
  • American Diesel Engines, L. H. Morrison, 547
  • Ancient Bridges of South England, E. Jervoise, with an introduction by C. B. Peen, 81
  • Aneroid Barometer and Altimeter, R. H. Field, 572
  • Annali dei Lavori Pubblici (gib. Giornale del Genio Civile), Mininstero dei Lavori Pubblici, Consiglio Superi ore, Anno LXVIII., Faso. No. 11, Novembre, 1930, 109
  • Applied Mathematics for Engineers, Vol. III., Differential Equations with Applications, T. Hodson, 631
  • Applied Mechanics, J. Boothroyd, 657
  • Arbeitsweise and Wirkungsgrad von Windsichtern, P. Rosin and R. Rammler, 345
  • Automobile Engines : In Theory, Design, Construction, Operation, Testing, and Maintenance, Vol. I. second edition, A. W. Judge, 572
  • Blight, Francis J., Publisher, A Biographical Sketch, G. Hawker, 81
  • Blue Book, Electrical Trades' Directory and Handbook, 1931, 243
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1931, edited by Commander C. N. Robinson and H. M. Ross, 137
  • Bristol Bulldog Mark II. Aeroplane, 109
  • Bristol Jupiter, Series VII. and VU. Aero-engines, 109
  • Business Leadership, edited by H. C. Metcalf, 243
  • Cement Chemistry in Theory and Practice, Professor Dr. Hans Kohl, Translated by J. W. Christelow, 657
  • Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, 1930-31, 686
  • Chemical Engineering and Chemical Catalogue, Seventh Edition, Edited by D. M. Nevett, 520
  • Chemical Technology of Steam-raising Plant. H. N. Bassett, 345
  • Civil Engineering Design, A. A. Fordham. 71
  • Clubs. 1931, Edited by E. C. Austen Leigh, 163
  • Concrete Year Book, 1931, Edited by O. Faber and H. L. Childo, 81
  • Cross-Country Flying, Major Oliver Stewart. 711
  • Das Mitreiben von Wasser aus done Damp'.kessel, Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Vorkauf. 345
  • Design of Merchant Ships and Cost Estiinating, Third Edition, Alexander Nan. 463
  • Dictionary of Welding 'Arms : English, Russian, German. Berlin. 572
  • Directory of Clayworkors, 1931, 572
  • Directory of Papormakors. 1931, 547
  • Dreiundzwanzigstm Berichtfolge des Kohlon st aubausschusses des Reichskohlenrates : Das Schrifttum fiber Kohlenstaub. D. Knabner. 81
  • Economic Conditions in Belgium in 1930. Report by N. S. Reyntiens, 686
  • Economic Conditions in China, Report by E. G. Jamieson, with an Annex on the Trade of South Manchuria. W. B. Cunningham, 163
  • Elastic Energy Theory. J. Van Don Brock, 547
  • Electric Clocks. F. Hope Jones. 323
  • Electric \Voiding in the Construction of Sea-going Vessels, G. Wahl, 631
  • Electrical Equipment of Automobiles. Second Edition, Dr. S. Parker Smith, 520
  • Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1931, Edited by L. F. Shapland, 572
  • Electricity for Everybody (Handbook for 1931), R. Borlaso Matthews. 547
  • Elementary Hyperbolics for Technical and Other Students, Two Volumes, M. E. .1. Gheury de Bray, 631
  • Elementary Technical Electricity, L. T. Agger, 572
  • Elementary Theory of the Internal Combustion Engine. V. W. Ludlam, 547
  • Elements of Mechanism. Fourth Edition, P. Schwamb. A. L. Merrill, and W. H. James, 520
  • Empire Forestry Handbook, 1931. Edited by Fraser Story 572
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1931-32, 572
  • Engineering Mechanics, F. L. Brown, 631
  • England's Crisis. Andr6 Siegfried. 463
  • Faraday, M., A Tribute to. R. Apployard, 243
  • Flugmotoren in Leicht-und Schwcrolbauart, Dr. Header and Dipl.-Ing. W. Thoolz.. 463
  • Fly-wheel Design (for Reciprocating Engines), R. B. Neilson, 163
  • Foreign Trade, with Special Reference to the Cotton Trade and to the Payment for a Motor Car from Abroad, Gilbert Beard, 163
  • Forty-second Report of the Metropolitan Water, Sewerage and Drainage Board for the Year ended Juno 30th. 1930, 547
  • Forty-third Annual Report Incorporated Swansea Exchange, 572
  • Fuel Oils and their Applications, 7.4. V. Mitchell, 109
  • Gas Installations and Appliances and their Efficient Maintenance, A. T. Gilbert, 137
  • Oats Journal Calendar and Directory, 1931. 81
  • CHi Esplosivi da Mina per i lavoria del Genio di campagna (Pubblicazioni dells Revista d'Artiglieria e Genio. No. IX.), Dr. Attilio Use. Capitano del Genio, 163
  • Guide to the Public Works Facilities Act, 1930, F. N. Keen and H. Royston Askew, 345
  • Handbook of Aeronautics, 547
  • Harrison's Business and General War Book of South Africa and Adjacent Territories. Compiled by C. W. Francis Harrison, 137
  • Heating and Ventilation, Third Edition, J. H. Allen, J. H. Walker. and F. E. Giesecke. 547
  • High-speed Internal Combustion Engine. H. P. Ricardo, 243
  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications
  • Bristol " Jupiter " Series VII and VII F Aero-engines. 109
  • Economic Conditions in Belgium in 1930. Report by N. S. Reyntions, 686
  • Economic Conditions in China. Hewitt by E. G. Jamieson, with an Annex on the Trade of South Manchuria. W. B. Cunningham. 163
  • Ignition of Fire-damp by the Heat of Impact of Hand Picks Against Rocks. M..7. Burgess and R. V. Wheeler. 109
  • " Jaguar," Mark iv C, Aero-engine. 109
  • Manual of Military Vehicles (I.C.-engined). 137
  • Propagation of Combustion in Powdered Coal. H. E. Nowell and F. S. Sinnott. 81
  • Use of Home-grown Larch Poles for Transmission Lines, Forest Products Research Bulletin No. 8, 463
  • Water-Gas Process : A Study of the Carbon and Thermal Balances, Fuel Research Technical Paper No. 30, J. G. King and B. H. Williams, 631
  • Water Pollution Research, Summary of Current Literature. Vol. IV, No. 1, Abstracts 1-138, 81
  • Hydraulics for Fire Engineers. J. Bowman, 323
  • Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory, 1931, 81
  • Ignition of Firedamp by the Heat of Impact of Hand Picks Against Rocks, M. J. Burgess and R. V. Wheeler, 109
  • Illustrated Encyclopedia of Motor Car Parts and Technical Terms, 572
  • Industrial Rotherham : Its Economic Resources, Industrial Activities, and Sites for Development. 345
  • Inhalt Verzeichnis dor Zoitschrift Maschinen-bath 1918-1928, 163
  • Investigation of Various Factors Affecting the Heating of Rooms with Direct Steam Radiators, A. C. Willard, A. P. Kratz, M. K. Fahnestock, and S. Konzo, 520
  • " Jaguar," Mark IV. C. .Aero-engine. 109
  • Jahrbuch der Hafonbautechnischen Gesell-schaft, Vol. IL. 1928-1929, 81
  • Jahrbuch der Schiffbautechnischon Gesell-schaft, Vol. 32, 1931, 572
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World; Vol. 1.. Foreign Countries; Vol. ti., Great Britain, India, and the British Dominions, Colonies, Protectorates and Dependencies, 631
  • Laboratory Manual of Electrochemistry, Dr. E. Mailer, translated from the fourth edition by H. J. T. Effingham, 547
  • Laboratory Studies of Sludge Digestion; Bulletin No. 30, A. M. Buswell and S. L. Nave, 572
  • Law Relating to Industry, H. Samuels, 547
  • List of Publications, Bureau of Mines, 1910-1930, Washington, D.C., 163
  • Manual of Military Vehicles (I.C. Engined), 137
  • Manual of the Slide Rule, J. E. Thompson, 572
  • Manufacture of Artificial Silk (Rayon). E. Wheeler, 81
  • Materials and Structures; Volume I.. The Elasticity and Strength of Materials, E. H. Salmon. 137
  • Mechanical Properties of Wood, G. A. Garrett, 547
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book, 1931, 137
  • Merseyside Employments for Boys and Girls : The Engineering Trade, 657
  • Ministry of Public Works Annual Report, 1925-26, Part I., 137
  • Mitteilungen aus den Forschtuagsanstalten; Vol. II., November, 1930, 81
  • Modern Brickmaking, Third Edition, A. B. Searle, 323
  • Molesworth's Pocket Book of Engineering Formula), Thirtieth Edition, Sir G. L.Molesworth, Edited by A. P. Thurston, 547
  • Monograph on Viscometry, Guy Barr, 345
  • Motor Boat Manual, 1931, 243
  • Motor Ship Reference Book. 1931. 81
  • Motorshipping in 1930, A. C. Hardy. 163
  • Motorships of the World and Motorshipping Record, 1931, Edited by A. C. Hardy. 163
  • Natural Trigonometric Functions to Seven Decimal Places for Every Ten Seconds of Arc, H. C. Ives, 572
  • Official Directory of the British Chemical Plant Manufacturers' Association, 1931, 81
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1931. W. E. Skinner, 657
  • Outline of the Universe, J. G. Crowther, 572
  • Perspective Drawing for Draughtsmen, Wm. Seller, London. 547
  • Plan Requirements of Modern Buildings, V. D. Rees. 137
  • Power and the Internal Combustion Engine, W. E. Dolby, 657
  • Practical Cost Accounts, Andrew Miller, 631
  • Practical Treatise on Single and multi-stage Centrifugal Pumps, Raymond Defeld, translated by C. W. Olliver, 81
  • Properties and Mechanics of Materials. P. G. Laurson and W. Junkin Cox. 520
  • Propagation of Combustion in Powdered Coal. H. E. Newall and F. S. Sinnott. 81
  • Purification and Disposal of Sewage, C. F. Nurse, 345
  • Railway Year Book for 1931, 711
  • Rationalisation, J. A. Bowie, 81
  • Reclamation of Land from the Sea, F. M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 547
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges, Third Edition. W. L. Scott, assisted by C. W. J. Spicer. 711
  • Refining of Light Petroleum Distillates, H. P. Rue and R. H. Espach, 243
  • Report of the Tanganyika Railway Commission, 243
  • Resistance of Ships and Models. Being New Methods for Estimating the Effective Horse-power of Ships' Hulls. N. W. Alcimoff, 463
  • Revised Heat Drop Tables (1931). calculated by H. Moss, from the new data and formulae of the late Professor H. L. Callendar, 631
  • Roadway Goods Transport Guide, 547
  • Sags and Tensions in Overhead Lines. C. G. Watson, 657
  • Salt Industry of Canada. L. Heber Cole. 163
  • Sea Power. CL Drage. 163
  • Simplified Calculation of Statically Indeterminate Bridges. G. G. Krivoshein, 345
  • Slide Rule Calculations, H. 0. Cooper, 163
  • South African Mining and Engineering Year Book. 1931, 547
  • South and East African Year Book and Guide, 1931, Edited by A. Samler Brown and G. Gordon Brown, 81
  • Statesman's Year Book. 1931, Edited by M. Epstein, 686
  • Steam Turbine Operation, W. J. Kearton, 686
  • Studies on Industrial Relations; I., International Labour Office Report, 137
  • Studies on Two-stage Sludge Digestion, 1928-29, Bulletin No. 29 of the Illinois State Water Survey, 81
  • Switchgear Practice, H. E. Poole, 323
  • Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners' Thirtieth Annual Report for the Year ended June 30th, 1930, 163
  • Text-book of Thermo-dynamics, F. E. Moan', 657
  • Universal Directory of Railway Officials. 1931, 686
  • Untersuchungen tabor den Warmoverbrauch der Wohnung, Professor C. Eberle and Dr.-In g. W. Raiss. 711
  • Use of Horne-grown Larch Poles for Transmission Lines : Forest Products Research Bulletin No. 8, 463
  • Vertriebshandbuch far Industrielle Betriebe, Zivil-Ing. J. A. Bader and Dr.-Ing. F. Zeidler, 620
  • Water Engineer's Handbook and Directory. 1931, 323
  • Water Gas Process : A Study of the Carbon and Thermal Balances, Fuel Research Technical Paper No. 30, J. G. King and B. H. Williams, 631
  • Water Pollution Research, Summary of Current Literature, Vol. 4, No. 1, Abstracts 1-138, 81
  • Waterworks for Urban and Rural Districts, Second Edition, H. C. Adams. 345
  • Wellington (New Zealand) Harbour Board, Statement of Accounts, with Annual Report and Other Statistics, for the Period Ended September 30th, 1930, 631
  • Wesen, Urstichen und Verhutung der Kohlen-stauboxplosionen und Kohlenstaubbrande, H. Stoinbrecher, 547
  • Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland 1929-30, 345
  • Books of Reference :
  • 74, 101, 155, 208. 361, 404, 652, 626, 703
  • LLOYD'S Register. Annual Summary 131
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns. 76
  • Locomotive Industry, Concentration in the German, 401

M

MACHINE TOOLS

  • Machine Tools. &c., AT LEIPZIG FAIR :
  • Auto-Lathe. No. 3 and No. 50, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292
  • Drilling Machine, Three-spindle Sensitive. Alfred Herbert, Ltd.. 292 (;ear Generator, Bevel, .1. E. Reinecker, 324, 325
  • Gear Generator, Double Helical, J. K Reinecker, 324, 325
  • Gear Grinding. Machines, Range of Work of " Orcutt, ' Gear Grinding Company. Ltd., 292
  • Grinding Machine, Hydraulically Operated. Plain, Ludwig. Loewe and Co., 324, 325
  • Grinding Machine, Semi - automatic Hydraulic Gear Tooth, Gear Grinding Company. Ltd., 292
  • Grinding Machine. Shaft, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 292
  • Grinding Machine. Worm, J. E. Reinecker, 324, 325
  • Robbing Machine. Spline Shaft, J. E. Reinecker, 324, 325
  • Guillotine Shears, Powerful, Schiess-Defries, 291
  • Lathe, 500 mm. Centres. High-speed. H. A. Waldrieh and Co., 290
  • Lathe, High-speed. Ludwig, Loewe and Co., 324, 325
  • Lathe, No. 19. Hexagon Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd.,292
  • lathe, No. 6, ombination Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292
  • Lathe. No. 10, Combination Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 291, 292
  • Lathes. 5A and 5s, Capstan, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292
  • Lathes, High-speed, Schiess-Defries, 291
  • Milling Machine, Ludwig, Loewe and Co., 325
  • Milling Machine, Plain Horizontal, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292
  • Milling Machine. Vertical, Wanderer-Werke Company, 326
  • Milling Machines for Mass Production Work. Semi-automatic, Wanderer -Werke Company, 325
  • Planer, Automatic Bevel Gear, J. K. Reinecker, 324, 325
  • Planer, Hydraulically Operated, Billiter and Klunz, 290
  • Planing Machine, Open-side Hydraulically Operated, H. A. Waldrich and Co., 290
  • Press, Double-bearing Inclinable, Gebruder Matz, 325
  • Press. Metal Working, Gebruder Gotz, 325
  • Press, 175-Ton. Gebruder GOtz, 325
  • Question of Painting, 291
  • Shearing and Cropping Machines, Henry Pols, 326
  • Electrically Operated Double Railway Wheel Lathe, Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd., 300
  • Gear Generating Machine, High-speed, Power Plant Company. Ltd.. 686 (Supplement, June 19th. 1931)
  • Gear Grinding Machine, 15ft. " Sunderland," J. Parkinson and Son, 438 (Supplement. April 17th, 1931)
  • Lathe, Electrically Operated Double Railway Wheel, Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd.. 300
  • Milling Machine, A Plain and a Universal, Midgloy and Sutcliffe, 276
  • Milling Machine for Tungsten Carbide Cutters, Kearney and Trecker Corporation, Milwaukee, 632
  • Milling with Tungsten Carbide Tools, 659
  • Plate and Girder Drilling with Modern Drilling Machines, G. Valley, 652
  • Tool Department, Efficiency in the G. W. Tripp, 479
  • MAIN Line Electrification. Report of Committee on, 485
  • Manchester-Altrinchani Railway, Electrification of, 536. 544, 563
  • Manufacture of Small Ann, Cartridge Cases. An Apology, 190

MAPS

  • Australian Locomotive Works. Layout of Works at Port Augusta, 621
  • .automatic Manufacture of Automobile Frames. A. 0. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, General Plan of the Works, 67
  • Beauharnois Canal and Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Diagrammatic Longitudinal and Cross Sections of Canal, 176, 177
  • Carlisle Fatal Railway Accident., Sketch Plan of Lines near Carlisle, 86
  • Clacton Railway Accident. Layout of Track at Thorpe-le-Sokon Station. 142
  • Grimsby Fish Docks, Existing and Proposed Now Docks, 619
  • Hudson River Bridge, Map Showing Position of, 590
  • Leighton Buzzard Station Layout, 355, 382
  • Nag Hammadi Barrage on the Nile, Arrangement of Buildings and Railways on West Bank, 122
  • Panoramic Map of the Jisr-El-Mujameh Power Scheme on the Jordan, 352
  • Route of Manchester, South Junction and Altrincham Railway, 536
  • Sketch Map of the River St. Lawrence between Lake Ontario and Montreal, 177
  • Sketch Map Showing Position of New Bridge over the Nile at Jinja, Uganda, 74
  • MARINE Week at Potters, Ltd., Yeovil, 487
  • Martinez-Benicia Bridge, Suisun Bay, 562, 574
  • Measurement of Speed Fluctuation. P. Henderson, 104
  • Mechanisation of Industry Conference, 99
  • Metallurgical Creep, Proposed Formula Confleeting Rate of Tensile Creep and Stress, 506
  • Nfotals Refinery, Acton Precious, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., 454, 460
  • Mineral Industry of Canada in 1930, 55
  • Mirror, Making a Quartz, 607
  • Mission, Sheffield Industrial, to South America. Report of, 244
  • " Mopump," Full-way, Rhodes. Hrydon and Youatt, Ltd., 690
  • Marcom, Lieut.-Colonel 13. K., Chinese Students in England. 673
  • Motor Fuels, French Colonial. 594
  • Motor Oils. Effect and Use on the Properties of, S. Livingston Smith, 476
  • Motor Vehicles, Town Gas for, 108

N

  • NATIONAL Confederation of Employers' Organisations. The Industrial Situation, 216
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers. Annual Meeting and Report (Abstracted), 235
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Report on Iron and Steel Production in 1930, 73
  • National Physical Laboratory's Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers' Conversazione, 657
  • Natural Gas for Regina. Saskatchewan, 212
  • New View on Politics and Science, Sir Richard Gregory at Annual Dinner, Chemical Engineering Group. 486
  • Noise, Measurement of, Dr. G. W. C. Kaye, before Royal Institution of Great Britain, 554
  • Non-ferrous Research, Opening of Headquarters of British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association at Regnart Buildings, 650

O

OBITUARY

  • Anderson William John, 514
  • Bacon, Captain Wm. C., 81
  • Bailey, Frank. 669; (Letter. R. E. Crompton), 689
  • Bayley, Joseph Potter, 491
  • Bevis, Restal, Betsey. 351
  • Brown, Percy. 626
  • Bruce. Robert. 651
  • Dawson, Sir Trevor (Portrait). 569
  • Dorman, Sir A.. 192, 208
  • Hunter, Kenneth Henry Windle. 379
  • Laing, Andrew (Portrait), 130
  • Leaf, Major H. M., 490
  • Luiggi, Senator Luigi (Portrait). 242
  • MacTaggart, John Pettit). 14
  • Melloy, James Henry, 491
  • Moncrieff. Lieut.-Colonel J. Mitchell, 80
  • Morris, Herbert. 514
  • Parsons, Sir Charles, 0.M.. 192, 207; (and Leader. 214)
  • Piling, Henry, 243
  • Ross, Sir Archibald (Portrait ). 323
  • Steinmetz, Major A. B. S.. 490
  • Tresidder. Captain T. J., 351
  • Wicksteed, Charles, 351
  • OILS, Effect and Use on the Properties of Motor, S. Livingston Smith, 476
  • Over Voltage Problems. Dipt. Ing. A. H. von Altmann, 634

P

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS. BRITISH

  • Aeronautics. 361. 721
  • Building, 668
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 31, 281. 419, 641
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 695
  • Crushing and Grinding, 614
  • Dynamos and Motors, 31. 63. 173. 201. 2141. 307, 391, 419, 473, 501, 613, 667, 695. 721
  • Electrical Appliances. 63. 91, 147
  • Engines, Internal Combustion. 31, 63. 147. 281, 391, 501, 559, 587, 613. 641
  • Engines. Steam 31
  • Furnaces. 201. 227, 253, 282, 391, 173. 501, 614
  • Gas Producers. 91, :333, 695
  • Lighting and Heating, 202
  • Locomotives, 227. 308
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 91, 119. 174, 333, 392. 419, 587, 696, 722
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 32, 119. 148, 201, 333, 361. 447. 501, 560, 587. 613, 696
  • Metallurgy, 227
  • Miscellaneous, 92, 120, 148, 174. 202. 228. 254, 282. 308, 334, 362, 392, 420. 448. 502. 530. 560, 588, 614, 642, 668, 696, 722
  • Welding, 64
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 174. 420, 668
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 174, 529, 642. 695, 721
  • Ships and Boats, 254, 473, 629
  • Steam Generators, 31, 63, 173, 253, 307. 447, 501, 641, 667
  • Switchgear, 63, 91, 147, 201. 253. 333, 559, 587, 613, 641, 667
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 32. 119, 147, 227, 447, 559, 587, 668
  • Tramways and Railways, 92. 120. 227, 501, 529, 587
  • 'Transformers and Converters. 91, 201, 307. 361, 447, 642
  • Transmission of Power, 32. 64, 119, 147, 173. 253, 307, 361, 419, 447, 473. 529. 559. 695, 721
  • Turbine Machinery, 173, 391. 559, 641, 66;
  • Water Purification. 254
  • PERKINS' Closed Circuit Boiler, 074, 675
  • Perkins' Supersteam Generator, 674. 675
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 29. 61. 89, 117, 148. 171, 199. 225, 251. 279, 303, 331, 362, 389, 417. 445, 471, 499. 527, 557. 585, 611, 642, 668. 696, 722

PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITION

  • Physics of Sport. Professor Sir Gilbert Walker, 44
  • Searching for Minerals with Scientific Instruments, Lancaster Jones, 44
  • Avery. W. and T.. Ltd.. Precision Liquid Specific Gravity Tester, 83
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Caesium Photo-electric Cell, 85; Experimental Apparatus for Noise Analyser, 85; Rectifier for Use in Garages, 85
  • Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., Humidity Recorder, 83; Portable Vibrograph, 83; Quick-acting Thermometer. 82 Crompton Parkinson. Ltd., " Alltest " D.C. Portable Multi-range Testing Set, 86; Galvanometer. Moving Coil Calibrated Pointer, 85; Moving Coil D.C. Universal Indicators, 85; Moving Iron " Mumetal " Instruments for A.C. and D.C. Measurements, 85
  • Electrflo Meters Company, Ltd., Electroflo "Unit" Control Pyrometer, 46
  • Everett., Edgecumbe and Co., Ltd., Combined D.C. Ammeter and Voltmeter, 45; Compact and Portable Hinged Coro Current Transformer, 45; Suffer-precision Current Transformers, with Nickel-Iron Core, 45: Synchronously Driven Clock " Synclock." 45; Transformer Tap Changing Indicator, 45
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Midworth Distant Control System, 82
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Ammeter, " Clip-On." 45
  • Foster Instrument. Company. High-resistance Indicator for Use with Electrical Pyrometers, 84
  • General Electric Company's Research Labatories, Hot Cathode Discharge Tubes. 44; Large Cooled-anode Valve, 44; Ripple Neon Discharge Tube, 45
  • Igranic Electric Company. Automatic Pressure-operated " Across the Line " Starting Switch, 85; Contactor-operated Magnetic Brake, 85; Electric Control Apparatus, 85
  • Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd.. Pneumercator Distance Specifie Gravity Gauge, 84
  • Kent, Ceo.. Ltd.. Temperature Controller, 85
  • Marconi Company, Apparatus for Short-wave Transmitters and Receivers, 84; Transmitting and Receiving Equipment, Portable, 84; Wave Meter, 85
  • Nalder Brothers and Thompson, Ltd., Defiectional Typo Frequency Meter. 85; " Nalder-Lipman " Type Induction Watt-meters, Ammeters and Voltmeters. 86
  • Negretti and Zainbra, Experimental 5in. Dismeter Compensated Aneroid Barometer, 85; Experimental Hygrometer for Cold Storage, 85; Flow Controller for Water Pipe Lines, 85
  • Philips Lamps, Ltd., Pearl Testing Apparatus, " Matalix," 45
  • Post Office Engineering Research Station. Set for Measuring Small Time Periods, 44; Telephone Instrument Efficiency Tester, 44; Loud Speaker for Testing Microphones. 44
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Com-Metal Rectifiers, 85
  • PNEUMATIC Plant for Post Office Purposes. Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 608
  • Power Station Waste Cases, Cleaning of, J. B. C. Kershaw, 504
  • Properties of Motor Oils, Effect and Use on the. S. Livingston Smith, 476
  • Pulverised Fuel Service Results on the s.s. " Bervrindlea," 356
  • Pump, Rotary, for High Vacua, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd.. 168
  • Pump, Self-priming. Sihl Machine Works, Zurich, 636

R

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • General Matters :
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, 602
  • Bigger Wagons for British Railways, 620
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Liner, " Empress of Britain," 509, 516, 547, 567,
  • Carlisle Railway Accident, 50
  • Delaware, Laskawanna and Western Railway. 3000-volt Traction Rectifiers on, 606
  • Electrification of Manchester-Altrincham Railway, 536, 544, 563
  • Leighton Buzzard Railway Accident, 355. 382
  • Locomotive Feed, 190
  • Locomotive Industry, Concentration in the German, 401
  • Locomotive Works st Port Augusta. Australia, Reconstruct ion of, C. P. Jenkyns. 621
  • Main Line Electrification, 485. 489
  • National Locomotive Testing Plant, 29
  • Postmasburg Railway Opened, 56
  • Railway Accident Reports, 350
  • Railway Dry Dock at Quebec, Morton Engineering and Dry Dock Company, Crandall Engineering Company, 400, 406
  • Railway Electrification, Weir Report on. 462

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES

  • General Matters
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Three-cylinder, Multi-pressure Locomotive, 580
  • Electric Goods Locomotives on NIINV York Central, 577
  • High-pressure Locomotives, H. N. Gresley. 124, 138, 164
  • Oil-Engined 100 H.P. Locomotive . for the Argentine. D. Wickham and Co., Ltd., 180
  • " Rocket," The, Replica for New York Museum of Science and Industry, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., 606
  • South Indian Railway Company, Madras Suburban Electrification Scheme, English Electric Company, Ltd., 1500-volt D.C. Electric Locomotive, 294, 298, 299
  • RAILWAY Opened from Koopmansfontein to Postmasburg for Manganese Corporation, Ltd., 56
  • Railway Results in 1930, British, 404
  • Railways, Bigger Wagons for British, F. W. Brewer, 620
  • Rationalisation and Research in Industry, Dr. Axel Enstriiin, 632
  • Reduction Gear, " Pericentric," David Brown and Sons, Ltd., 442
  • Reinforcement of Stoney Creek Bridge, 125-128
  • Research in Industry and Rationalisation, Dr. Axel Enstriim, 632
  • Research, Non-ferrous, Opening of Head-Ruarters of British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association 650
  • Roadway Goods Transport Guido (Reference). 626
  • Rolling Mill. Opening of Now Billet., Andrews Toledo, Ltd., 356
  • " R. 101 " Inquiry, Major P. L. Toed, 408

S

  • SALT Industry of Canada, 206
  • Sands and Sand Testing, 688
  • Sasaki, S., Auto-Frottage Gun Construction, 706
  • Saw, Vertical Roller-feed Band, T. Robinson and Son, Ltd., 579
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Report for 1929-30. 270

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

  • Meter, A New Visibility, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 212
  • Salinometers, Electrical Determination of Water Purity, G. F. Tagg, 532
  • Saturation Tester, W. A. Benton, 56
  • Water Level and Pressure Gauge, Micro-meter, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 248
  • SEAPLANES in Burma, Opportunities for, " Theophilus." 152
  • Sheffield Industrial Mission to South America, Report of, 244

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING

  • See also Annual Articles
  • General Matters
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine Installation for the s.s. " Kingswood " Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd., 166
  • Lloyd's Register, Annual Summary, 131
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Ship building Returns, 76
  • Marine Week at Petters, Ltd., Yeovil, 487
  • Shipyard Labour and Wages. E. T. Good, 710
  • Surging of Ships, J. Lockwood Taylor, 259
  • Voith-Sehneider Propulsion System, 551
  • Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Liner " Empress of Britain," John Brown and Co., Ltd., 509, 516, 547, 567, 595
  • Coal-carrying Steamer " Caldare," John Lewis and Sons, Ltd., 142
  • Electrically Propelled Motor Ship " Loch-fyne," William Denny and Brothers, 623
  • First Welded Ocean-going Ship " Fullagar." 609
  • " Reina del Pacifico " Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, 379
  • Thames Motor Tug " Lench," James Pollock. Sons and Co., Ltd., 244
  • SIAMESE Railways, Japanese Steel for, 195
  • Silicon as an Alloying Element, 688
  • Single-phase Traction Motor Commutators, Performance of, Swiss Federal Railways, 715
  • Sixty Years Ago. 14. 46, 73, 109, 137, 163, 195, 208, 235, 276, 289, 318, 351, 387, 412, 432. 458, 491. 514, 533, 580, 603. 631, 652, 680. 715
  • Skeleton Steam Tables, Assumed Mean Values and Tolerances. The Second International Steam Table Conference in Berlin, 1930, 232
  • Smoke Disposal at the Pennsylvania Railroad's Yards in Chicago, 386

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES

  • 14, 86, 114, 167, 181, 302. 441, 636, 717
  • Algoa Bay Precooling Plant, 717
  • Benguela-Lobito Railway, 168
  • Bridge over Gouritz River, 716
  • Cranes for the Ports, 636
  • Daggafontoin Mines Plant, 441
  • Dorman-Long Subsidiary Company. 302
  • Doubling Natal Main Lino, 86
  • El‘ctrie Furnace, Huge, for the Rand Carbide. Ltd., 181
  • Fuel Research Board, 86
  • German Expert for New Steel Works, 86
  • Gold from Refractory Ores, 302
  • Gold Recovery Process, New, 181
  • Grab Dredger for Table Bay. 168
  • Johannesburg Extensions, 167
  • Johannesburg Gasworks, 14
  • Loading Manganese Ore, 86
  • Motor Spirit from Maize, 302
  • Municipal Undertakings, New, 181
  • Natal Oil Shale, 302
  • New Ford Factory. 14
  • New Sewage Outfall Works, 636
  • Next Now Gold Mine, 636
  • Overhauling Whalers, 14
  • Pioneer Town in Electricity. 441
  • Pretoria Iron and Steel Works, 167
  • Pretoria Steel Works Contracts, 441
  • Railcars, 168
  • Railway Schemes, Big, 716
  • Railway Signals Change at Johannesburg, 716
  • Research Vessel "Africans," 181
  • Rhodesia's Copper Belt., 114
  • Rhodesian Copper Development, 114
  • Sinoia-Kafuo -Railway. 168
  • South African Contracts for Britain, 538
  • South African Railways, 168
  • State Steel Finance, 181
  • Stowarts and Lloyds of South Africa, Ltd.,
  • Annual Meeting, 114
  • Table Bay Docks, 181, 717
  • Tramcars. New, 181
  • Union Gold Production, 302
  • Victoria Falls Power Plant, 716
  • Wankio Colliery. Production and Improve.
  • ments at, 114
  • Zambesi Bridge, 167
  • SPRINGS, Helical, Shear Stresses in, L. E. Adams, 698
  • Steam Nozzle Efficiency, J. C. Oakden, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 713
  • Showroom of Vickers, Ltd., Opening of, 636
  • Steam Dryer, Moynan " Ejectifier," 194
  • Steam Plant, Auxiliary, Georgia Power Company, 301
  • Steam Turbine Developments, A. G. Christie, 272
  • Sutoppu 1 " " Orrai 582
  • Symington, William (1763-1831), Memorial Service at St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 315

T

  • TANKS. Electrically Welded, at. a Distillery, John Thompson (Dudloy), Ltd., 158
  • Tanna Tunnel, Japan, 111

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Telephone Progress, 10I
  • Wireless System, A Now. Demonstration between Dover and Calais, 413
  • Wireless Telephony. Single Side Band Short Wave, 570
  • TESTER, Saturation, W. A. Benton, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 56
  • Tidal Energy, 211
  • Tools, Tungsten Carbide. Milling with, 659
  • Town Gas for Motor Vehicles. 108
  • Trade with Far East. Report of British Economic Mission to Far East, .Japan. 541; China, 577
  • Tungsten Carbide Tools, Milling with, 659
  • Turbine Disc Wheels, Axial Vibration of Rotating Steam. R. H. Collingham, 370, 402; (Erratum, 445)

U

  • UNEMPLOYED and Unemployable. 190

V

  • VALUE of Lighting Load to Authorised Undertakings, 702
  • Valve, An Easily Inspected. Victory Valves, Ltd., 582
  • Variable Density Wind Tunnel for Nations' Physical Laboratory, 427, 466
  • VEE Link Chain Bolt, Fraser and Glass, 717
  • Vickers' Showrooms, Opening of, 636
  • Voith-Schneider Propulsion System, 551

W

  • WAGES and Labour, Shipyard, E. T. Good, 710
  • Wages and Working Conditions in the Engineering Industries, 178
  • Water Purity, Electrical Determination of, G. F. Tan, 532
  • Water Turbine and Alternator, 6000 H.P. for Kurra Falls, Nigeria, English Electric Company, Ltd.. 513
  • Weir Report on Railway Electrification. 462

WELDING

  • Automatic Arc Welding. A.E.G. Company, 100
  • First Welded Ocean-going Ship, Fullagar," 609
  • WELL. Artesian, in Bucks., Lo Grand, Sutcliff and Gell, Ltd., 706
  • Westland-Hill Pterodactyl Mark IV. Aeroplane, Westland Aircraft Works, 706
  • Winches, Electric Dock, Laurence, Scott and Electromotore, Ltd.. 580
  • Windlass, An Unusual Mooring Winch, for the Steamship " Triona," Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 355
  • Worm Drives, High-speed, H. Walker, 644

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ABSENTEEISM in Coal Mines. 561
  • Aerodrome in Central London, 643
  • Aeroplane Launching Gear, 589
  • Aircraft Industry, 503
  • Atlantic Record, New, 697
  • Approach to Southampton Water, 393
  • Argentine Committee of the Federation of British Industries, 561
  • Armstrong-Whitworth Development, An, 229
  • Associated Electrical Industries, 503
  • Athens, New Water Supply for, 615
  • Australian Air Mail, First, 393
  • Automatic Stabilisers for a Transatlanic Liner, 283
  • Automobile Racing Association, 531
  • Auxiliary Turbo-Generator Plant for the New Cunarder, 203

B

  • BAILEY-FRANK, Tho Late, 669
  • Barclay, Curio and Co's Now Chairman, 1
  • Battersea and Fulham Power Stations, 255
  • " Borengaria," The Grounding of the. 393
  • Bergen-Newcastle Motorship " Venus," 531
  • Bridge over the Forth, 449
  • British and Foreign Trade Statistics, 476
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Fourth Annual Report, 589
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 203
  • British Industries and Canada, 93
  • British Science Guild, 531
  • British Steel Mark, Tho Now, 255
  • Broadcasting Station at Moorside Edge, 421
  • Brown-Firth Amalgamation, 149
  • Brown, John, and Co., Ltd., Report, 697
  • Buenos Aires Exhibition, 309

C

  • CALCUTTA Electricity, 631 (Correction, 583)
  • Canadian Destroyer " Saguenay," 661
  • Canal Scheme, Huge, 65
  • Canterbury and Whitstable Railway, 1
  • Centenary of David Hughes, 561
  • Chamber of Shipping, Annual Meeting, 203
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 255
  • Chelsea Suspension Bridge, Now, 697
  • China's Iron and Steel Needs, 503
  • Claude, Monsieur Georges, 309
  • Clyde Industry, New, 475
  • Coal, Oil and Freights, 229
  • Coal, Oil and the Admiralty, 309
  • Cold Storage, 669
  • Combined Air and Ocean Freight Service. 65
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 669
  • Copper Production in the British Empire, 589
  • Cross-Channel Service, A New, 363
  • Cunard Liner, Probable Earlier Launch, 449

D

  • DEE, Proposed Embankment for River, 697
  • Derbyshire Lead Mining, 309
  • Desch, Professor, and the National Physical Laboratory, 589
  • Destroyers for Portugal, 669
  • Dickson, J. D. H., The Late, 175
  • Dover Harbour Improvements. 229
  • " Do. X " Flying Boat, 643
  • Draft Regulations for Jib Cranes, 255
  • Dredging Southampton Harbour mid the Approach Channel, 449

E

  • ELECTRIFICATION of British Railways, 643
  • Electricity in Mines, 1, 393
  • Electricity on the Farm, 615
  • Electricity Supply, 93
  • Engineering Trade Prospects in China, 421
  • Engineers' `Wages, 149, 697
  • England-African Air Mail, 255
  • Expenditure on Road and Bridge Schemes. 449
  • Explosion in Submarine " X 1," 149

F

  • FACTORY Explosion, 697
  • Faraday Medal Presented t4. Mr. Charles H Merz, 503
  • Faraday Remembrance Stone at Battersea, 475
  • Fatal Railway Accidents, 33
  • °Federation of British Industries Statement, 283
  • Five-year Plan, 615
  • Flying Boats for the Empire Mail, 449
  • Fog Warnings at Sea. 65
  • Footner, Mr. Harry, 229
  • Forth Bridge, Proposed Bride Over the Forth, 335
  • Franco-British Trade, 589
  • French Air Mano3uvres, 503
  • French Atlantic Liner, Now, 33
  • French Commercial Treaty, 449
  • French Railways, 309
  • French Schneider Trophy Machines, 475
  • Fuels for Motor Vehicles. 631
  • Future of North-East Coast Industry, 421

G

  • GAS and Electricity Undertakings, 149
  • German Locomotive Industry, 93
  • Glasgow's Water Supply, 697
  • Government and Low-temperature, 503
  • Government and the Schneider Trophy Race, 149
  • Great Western Railway Programme for 1931, 1
  • Greenwich Observatory, 643
  • Grounding of the " Montelare," 335

H

  • HARLAND and Wolff's Report, 669
  • Haulage Accidents in Coal Mines, 615
  • Heavy-Oil Engines in the United States Navy, 203
  • Helm Orders and the 1929-1930 Conventions, 93
  • High-pressure Loffler Boiler Installation, 175
  • H.M. Destroyer " Acheron." 475
  • H.M.S. " Brilliant," 229
  • H.M.S. " Tiger," 309, 393
  • Holland-Amerika Liner " Statenclain Refloated, 421
  • Home-grown Pit Props, 449
  • Houston, Sir A. C., and the 531
  • Hull City and tho Humber Bridge, 65
  • Humber Bridge, 33, 697

I

  • IDLE Tonnage, 669
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.. Annual Meeting. 363
  • Important Canal Link, 421
  • Industries and the Land Tax, 643
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, 203
  • International Commission for Air Navigation, 615
  • Irak Pipe Lino, Proposed. 149
  • Iron and Steel Imports, 93
  • Italian Cruisers, New. 1
  • Italian Transatlantic Flight, 33

K

  • KRUPP'S Annual Report 121

L

  • LANDER, Dr., and City and Guilds College, 669
  • Leo Conservancy Works. 149
  • Lessons of the Italian Atlantic Flight, 93
  • London Traffic Bill. 309
  • London Transport Bill, 631
  • London Tube Improvements. 229
  • Loss of H.M.S. "Poseidon," 643

M

  • MACHINE Tool Trades Association, 363
  • Maudelay Centenary, 203
  • Mechanical Warfare, 589
  • "Mechanicals' " Southern Branch, 65
  • Melchett Medal, 121
  • Merger of Manufacturers of Textile Machinery, 589
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Russian Agreement, 475
  • Military College of Science, Woolwieb, 643
  • Mineral Hours, 669
  • Miners' Wages, 589
  • Miners' Welfare, 303
  • Mineral Transport Users' Association, 615
  • " Monarch of Bermuda." Turbo-electrically Propelled Liner, 309
  • Montrose Bridge, New, 33
  • Motor Boat Speed Record, 393
  • Motor Passenger Ship for South Sea Service, 283
  • Motor Speed Record, Capt. Malcolm Campbell, 175

N

  • NAPIER, Montague Stanley, The Late, 121
  • National Economy, 121
  • National Physical Laboratory, New Physics Building for, 697
  • National Physical Laboratory, Report. of Year's Work, 475
  • Naval Pact, The New, 283
  • Naval Vessels, Modernising of, 175
  • Navy Estimates and New Construction, 283
  • North Regional Broadcasting Station, 643
  • Norwich Rural Electrification Scheme, 335

O

  • OBSOLETE Ships, 561
  • Oil-electric Tanker " Permian." 149

P

  • P. and O. Liner "Stathnaver," 175
  • P. and O. Liners for Eastern Service. New. 255
  • Patent Office, Forty-eighth Report, 615
  • Patents Law, 303
  • Perak River Hydro-electric Scheme. 65
  • Port of London Traffic, 335
  • Port of Southampton, 561
  • Portishead Generating Station Fire, 65
  • Position of the Shipbuilding Industry, 531
  • Professional Civil Servants, 503
  • Pulverised Coal, 265

R

  • RAILWAY Electrification, 283
  • Railway Operating Costs, 561
  • Railway Record. G.W. Railway Locomotive "City of Truro " Renioved from Service, 335
  • Railwaymen, 363
  • Railwaymen's Pay, 93, 121, 149, 175, 203, 229. 283, 335
  • Railways and Road Transport. 449
  • Rationalisation in the Shipbuilding Industry. 93
  • Reconstruction of the Royal Institution, 503
  • Regulations for Publio Vehicles, 175
  • Re-lining a Water Tunnel, 475
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act. 1930, 33
  • Retirement of Mr. L. Holmo Lewis, 309

S

  • SALESMANSHIP at the British Industries Fair, 229
  • Science in Industry, 643
  • Scotawood Suspension Bridge, 421
  • Self-Help in the Coal Industry, 335
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 615
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation Shipbuilding Industry, 393
  • Short-wave Wireless Installation "Oropesa," 121
  • Smoke Abatement Experiments, 1
  • Southampton, The Port of, 283
  • Southampton—Isle • of - Wight Motor Ship "Medina." 203
  • Southampton Graving Dock, Contract Placed with John Mowlem and Co., Ltd., 503
  • Bout) fl mpton Master Mariners, 121
  • Soviet Contracts, 335
  • Standard Articles in Contracts, 33
  • Standardisation in Industry, 421
  • Standards Association of Great Britain, 503
  • Steam Locomotive Building at Dalmuir, 1
  • Steamer for the London, Midland and Scottish Larne-Stranraer Service, 393
  • Steel Industry and Protection, 229
  • Steel Sleepers. 363

T

  • TAXATION of Learned Societies, 115
  • Taylor, Rear-Admiral D. W., 283
  • Tees Bridge, New, 1
  • Telephone Call from India, :335
  • Telephone Development, 440
  • Telephone Service, 561
  • Telephones in the London Area, 121
  • Television, 266
  • Television Exhibition, 421
  • Thornycroft Destroyers, The New, 33
  • Trade with Canada, 643
  • Transatlantic Air Mail, 475
  • Trent Navigation Improvements. Further. 255
  • Tyne Coal Trade's Plight. 669
  • Tyne Trade. 229

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT in America, 589
  • Union-Castle Motor Liner " Warwick Castle 121
  • United Kingdom Trade Mission to Egypt, 561

V

  • " V.D.I.," The, 531
  • Vatican Wireless Station, 175

W

  • WAGES in the Engineering and Shipbuilding Trades, 475
  • Water Speed Record, 335
  • Water Supply Works at Rhosneigr. 393
  • "Weir" Report, 363
  • Whitehaven Pit Disaster, 149
  • Wireless Communications for Africa, 421
  • Wireless Receivers, 449
  • Wireless Stations for Arabia, 33
  • Wireless Telephony. Long-distance, 393
  • Whaling Industry. 363
  • Workmen 'A Compensation Payments, 175

Paragraphs

A

  • ABRASION and Resistaince of Metals, Tests, 105
  • Absorption of Electrolytic Hydrogen by Nickel Wire Increases Elect rival Resistance of Metal, 293

AERONAUTICS

  • Aerial Gliders Towed by Motor Curs, Demonstration to be Given at Hanworth Air Park, 133
  • Aerial Survey of Portion of Eastern Turkestan, Lieut.-Colonel .1. E. Stuart to Make Survey, 487
  • Aerial Travel, Economic. 707
  • Aerial Travel, Rapidly Decreasing Cost of, 599
  • Aerodrome, Manchester, Report of Traffic for 1930. 267
  • Aerodrome to be Constructed in Andorra, 77
  • Aoro-engine, Heavy Oil, Designed by Professor Junkers, Demonstration at Berlin, 487
  • Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce, Statistics of Aeroplanes Produced by American Aircraft Companies, 187
  • Aeroplane Equipped with Heavy Oil Engine Makes Non-stop Flight without Refuelling of 84 Hours 33 Minutes in America, 627
  • Aeroplane Passenger Flights in America during 1930, 375
  • Aeroplane Service, into Arctic Circle, Attempt by Russian Pilot to Establish, 347
  • Aeroplane to Reach High Altitudes, Built for Scientific Investigations of Upper Atmosphere, 319
  • Aeroplane Service up River Yangtso from Shanghai Extended, 238
  • Aeroplanes Manufactured in United States during First Quarter of Year, 681
  • Air Conditioning and Air Cooling on American Railways, 15
  • Aircraft Engines and Landing Gear Sales in Canada for First Nine Months of 1930, 133
  • Air Mail Service between Calgary and Winnipeg. Night, 213
  • Air Mail Services between 140 Railway Stations in this Country and any Air Stations of Imperial Airways, 347
  • Air Mail Service between Shanghai and Berlin, Arrangements being made for, 375
  • Air Mails, Post Office Return Shows Continued Growth of. 187
  • Air Mails to India and Africa to be Speeded Up. 375
  • Air Photography by Royal Canadian Air Force during 1930, 653
  • Air Services from Canton to Swatow, 239
  • Air Port. at Germiston to be Illuminated at Cost of £10,146, 405
  • Airships, Soviet Government to Build. 187
  • Airways, Automatic Telegraph-Typewriter System Used on, Aeronautics Branch of U.S. Department of Commerce Research, 707
  • Aviation in Northern Canada, Climate and Physical Character Favourable, 347
  • Aviation Services and Circulation of Authoritative and Frequent Meteorological Reports, 239
  • Trials of Short " Scipio " Metal Flying Boats for Imperial Airways, Ltd., 346
  • AGRICULTURAL Tractors. Export from America, 105
  • Agricultural Workers in United States and Canada, 543
  • Alloy Steel to bo Manufactured at London Rolling Mills, London, Ontario, 573
  • Alloy Steel Used in Chrysler Building in New York, 16
  • Altimeter, The Perfection of the Sonic, 105
  • Alumina and Potash Salts from Leucite, Baron G. A. Blanc's Researches on Extracting, 319
  • Aluminising Iron, Patented Method of, 47
  • Aluminising Steel for Protective Purposes Plaint Started in Stockholm, 433
  • Aluminium Alloy Sheet Replaces Galvanised Steel for Locomotive Round-house at Williamstown, 405
  • Aluminium Plates Used on Empire State Building, New York, Cast, 433
  • Aluminium Competition, International, 241
  • Ajuminium. Closing Date for International Aluminium Competition, 293
  • Aluminium for Roofing and Guttering on Buildings, 573
  • Aluminium Paint Used as Primer under Ordinary House Paints, 653
  • Aqueduct to Carry Grand Union Canal over Circular Arterial Road Round London, 459
  • Architecture, Maintenance Scholarships in, Royal Institute of British Architects, 665
  • Arsenic, Largo Doposit Discovered at Tesanj, near Banzaluka, Bosnia, 293
  • Asbestosis and Workmen's Compensation Act, 77
  • Astronomical Observatory to be Erected near Toronto, Mrs. D. A. Dunlop Enables, 105

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURERS:
  • Decision to Pool all Plans and Inventions for Mutual Benefit, 534
  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN ELECTRIC RAILWAY :
  • Economics of Parking Motor Cars in Public Streets. 459
  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN FOUNDRY MEN 3t4 :
  • Guns of Centrifugally Cast Steel. Colonel T. C. Dickson, 081
  • ASSOCIATION, AUTOMOBILE :
  • Delegates going to Prague for Conference, 573
  • ASSOCIATION, BABCOCK AND WILCOX STAFF :
  • Dinner. Dance, 308
  • ASSOCIATION, COAL FACE MACHINERY EXHIBITORS
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at Sheffield in October, 1931, 375
  • ASSOCIATION, COKE OVEN MANAGERS
  • MIDLAND SECTION :
  • Use of Coke for Domestic Purposes, J. H. Hodsman, 187
  • ASSOCIATION, COMMERCIAL MOTOR USERS :
  • Weight of Four-wheeled Steam Wagons to be Increased to 14 tons, 607
  • ASSOCIATION, THE EMPIRE DEVELOPMENT :
  • Now Formed, 56
  • ASSOCIATION, ENGINEERING AND ALLIED EMPLOYERS: LONDON AND DISTRICT
  • President, Mr. A. Vines. Entertained at Dinner, 202
  • ASSOCIATION, EX-BRITISH WESTINGHOUSE
  • Reunion, 328
  • ASSOCIATION, MANCHESTER STEAM USERS
  • Activities of the Association, 502
  • Annual Report for Year 1930, 331
  • ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL SAFETY FIRST :
  • The Provision of Bottom Manholes to Tar Stills, Mr. H. C. Dungey on, 627
  • ASSOCIATION, THE PARSONS :
  • Proposal to Form Association to Commemorate Life and Work of late Sir Charles Parsons, 0.H., 530
  • ASSOCIATION, PLYMOUTH MERCANTILE
  • Question of Smoking in Working Hours, 459
  • ASSOCIATION, RUBBER GROWERS :
  • Cost of Rubber Paving Blocks. 508
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS (INC.)
  • Appointment of Officers, 081
  • Election of Chairman and Joint Honorary Secretaries, 696
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, BELFAST :
  • Annual Dinner, 331
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, LEICESTER
  • Manufacture and Metallurgy of Tool Steels, A. H. Gregory, 239
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Application of Eleetro-Deposited Metals to Engineering, C. H. Fans, 225
  • Industrial Application of Pulverised Fuel, Discussion, 331
  • ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL PATENTEES, INCORPORATED
  • Formation with Headquarters in New York, 47
  • ASSOCIATION OF SECRETARIES OF ENGINEERING SOCIETIES
  • Formation in Glasgow, 627
  • INSTITUTE, AMERICAN, OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS
  • "Causes of Oxidation of Stainless Iron and Low Carbon Stool in Hydrogen Furnaces." F. C. Kelley, 207
  • Laboratory Method of Testing Efficiency of Blast furnace McCaffery and D. E. Krause, 293
  • "Transaction" Subdivision owing to Specialisation, 213
  • INSTITUTE, AMERICAN ZINC
  • Members Agree to Levy in Order to Support, Research and Educational Work, 599
  • INSTITUTE, ANGLO-SPANISH AND SPANISH-AMERICAN
  • Spanish Courses in England, 359
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS, ROYAL
  • Maintenance Scholarships in Architecture. 665
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN :
  • Economic Utilisation of British Pig Iron Resources, C. H. Ridsdale and N. D. Ridsdale, 433
  • INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, SOUTH AFRICAN
  • Water Power Resources of Africa, L. B. Woodworth, 47
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL
  • Coal, Petrographic' Treatment, J. L. Strevens, 681
  • Cost of Smoke to tin' Nation, A. Marsh, 459
  • Melchett Lecture, The Calculation of the Thermal Characteristics of Regenerators by Dr. Kurt Rummel, 61
  • Presentation of the Melehett Medal to Dr. Kurt Rummel, 61
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL, NORTH-WESTERN SECTION
  • Fuels and Air, Most Important Raw Materials, G. V. Slottman, 267
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Award of Bessemer Gold Medal to Sir Harold Carpenter, 225. 275
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Modern Developments in Ship Dosigti, 707
  • Symington Centenary Celebrations, 303
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • New Monthly Journal Issued, 104
  • INSTITUTE OF PATENT AGENTS, CHARTERED
  • Annual Dinner, 328
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Annual Dinner. 303
  • Meeting to Consider Final Report Royal Commission on Transport, 267
  • Italian Tour and Congress, 359
  • Mr. Frank Pick, President. for 1931-32, 573
  • Regulations for Examination of Candidates for Admission to Institute, 133
  • INSTITUTE, STAFFORDSHIRE IRON AND STEEL :
  • Chilled Iron Rolls, A. Allison, 213
  • INSTITUTE, WEST OF SCOTLAND IRON AND STEEL :
  • Strength of Grey Cast Iron, &e., Dr. J. W. Donaldson, 187
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • Rustiest; Steel as Applied to Automobiles and Aircraft, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 159
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 279
  • Awards for Papers, 530
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS : MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • Annual Dinner, 238
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Award of Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal. 359
  • Awards of Premiums for Papers, 588
  • Sylvania; Thompson Scholarship Established. 543
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, METER AND INSTRUMENT SUCTION :
  • Report Sphere Gap Calibration," S. Whitehead and A. P. Castellain, 239
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, NORTH-WEST CENTRE :
  • Annual Dinner at Manchester, 99
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, SCOTTISH CENTRE :
  • Annual Golf Competition in Aid of Institution Benevolent Fund at Gleneagles, 527; Cancellation, 642
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGNEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Annual Dinner, 499
  • Some Token Systems in Railway Signalling, W. S. Roberts, 375
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, SOUTH AFRICAN :
  • Experiments on the Testing of Used Winding Ropes, A. Dickson, '289
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • Annual Dinner, 392
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Programme of Annual General Meeting and International Congress, 585
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner, The Largest in History of Institution, 267
  • Appointment of Major Hubert A. Harrison as Secretary. 543
  • Death of Honorary General Secretary, Mr. Joseph C. Sykes, 47
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Birthday Honours for Two Members, Col. R. Oakes and Col. W. A. Quennell, 653
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Awards, 560
  • INSTITUTION OP MINING ENGINEERS :
  • Coal Mining Practice, F. C. Swallow. 133
  • Council's Award of "Mavor and Coulson" Travelling Studentship, 1931, 627
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • Award of Richard Pickering Gold Medal and Prize to H. Elliott Fitzgibbon, 681
  • INSTITUTION, NORTH-EAST COAST OF ENGINEER AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • Corrosion in Tanks and Tankers, J. F. King and J. L. Adam, 487
  • INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER SECTION :
  • Incentive and Incentives, 104 F. A. Pucknell 104
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY ENGINEERS :
  • Controlling StreEt Traffic, Col. Pickard, 239
  • President, Mr. James Punter, Elected, 187
  • Presidential Address, Mr. James Punter, 293
  • Signal Statistics, Mr. James Punter, 293
  • Summer Mooting in Paris, 681
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • Educational Training for Entry to Professional Work, F. E. Drury. 433
  • INSTITUTION OF WELDING ENGINEERS
  • Results of Operatives' Prize Competition, 251
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN :
  • Business Meeting, 168
  • SOCIETY, AMERICAN, OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Exhibit. of Welding Drums of High-pressure Boilers, 239
  • SOCIETY, ELECTROCHEMICAL, OF AMERICA :
  • Electro-deposition of Metallic Tungsten from Aqueous Solutions, C. G. Fink and F. L. Jones, 627
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING
  • Annual General Meeting, 279
  • Spring Meeting, 471; Results, 560
  • SOCIETY FOR STEEL TESTING, AMERICAN
  • Corrugation of Steel Rails, Dr. M. Fink, 681
  • SOCIETY, INDUSTRIAL WELFARE
  • British Industrialists to Tour Germany, 599
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL
  • Award of the Thomas Gray. Memorial Prize, 359
  • Stainless Metals, Effect of Chromium on Iron, Sir H. Carpenter, 573
  • Recording and Production of Sound, Capt. A. O. D. West, 405
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
  • Corrosion of Steel Buried in Alkaline Soils, F. L. Bassett. 459
  • SOCIETY OF FRIENDS AND PATRONS OF HAMBURG EXPERIMENTAL TANK
  • Tenth General Meeting, 527
  • SOCIETY OF MOTION PICTURE ENGINEERS, BRITISH :
  • Formation of New Society, 133
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Handling the Problem of Atmospheric Pollution, 433
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN
  • Symington Centenary Celebrations, 303
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL DUBLIN
  • Benefit to Ireland of Shannon" Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 653
  • SOCIETY, RUGBY ENGINEERING
  • Steel Ship Design, John Anderson, 502
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Annual Dinner, 359
  • SOCIETIES :
  • Joint Meeting of Eleven. 331

B

  • B.B.C. Scottish Broadcasting Station at Westerglen, 15
  • Beames, Capt. H. P. M., Appointment as Deputy Chief Mechanical Engineer, 15
  • Bells of St. Budeaux Parish Church, Plymouth, Re-hung in Cast Iron Frame, 598
  • Belt Conveyor at Pittsburg Colliery so Heavily Loaded must be Driven by Two Pulleys, 159
  • Benzine from Waste Natural Gas, Plant to be Erected at Calgary. Alberta, 578
  • Berry, R. G., Death of, 487
  • Bishop, Mr. William, Death of, Last of Three Brothers. Partners in Ironfoundry, Wellington, 267
  • Blenkinsop, John, Tombstone in Parish Church, Rothwell, South Leeds, 105

BOILERS

  • Boiler on Trawler Fails after Welding, 487
  • Boilers of High-pressure Under Construction in America, 105
  • Boilers of Large Capacity Installed at Hell Gate Station, U.S.A., 319
  • Boilers with Electrically Welded' Drum Ordered by United States Navy, 469
  • Vertical Boiler of Steam Drifter Insured without Proper Inspection, 169
  • BOYATI Tunnel near Athens, Final Boring Accomplished, Longest Hydraulic Tunnel in Europe, 267
  • Breakdown Crane to Work in Tunnels Placed in Service at Cleveland Union Terminal, 433
  • Bremen, Total Net Sea-going Tonnage Entering Port of, 405
  • Brickworks Reopened at Norman Cross, 376

BRIDGES

  • Bally Bridge, Calcutta, Progress on, 599
  • Bridges, The Use of Several Colours in Painting, 77
  • Buckling of Gusset Plate on Steel Falsework Causes Settlement of 3in. at Crown of Bridge, 239
  • Burlington-Bristol Bridge Across the Delaware River, New Jersey, Large Lift Span, 599
  • Chepstow Bridge and its Preservation, Built in 1815 of Cast Iron, 433
  • Clearance of Bridges over Mississippi River in New Orleans District must be 174ft. above Maximum High Water, 433
  • Memorial Bridge at Bangkok completed by Dorman Long & Co., Ltd. Handed over after Tests on June 4th, 1931, 653
  • Proposed Bridge Across River Dart, 487
  • Proposed Bridge Across Straits of Shimono-seki, Japan. 375
  • Proposed Road Bridge Over Fraser River near Vancouver, 293
  • Raising of 300ft. Span of Second Narrows Bridge, Vancouver, 129
  • River 'Yeller Bridge to be Constructed, 15
  • Sivasamudram Bridge to Connect Mysore State and Coimbatore District, 293
  • Suspension Bridge over Golden Gate at San Francisco, 681
  • United States to be Connected with Canada by Bridge near Prescott, Ontario, 293
  • Washington Award, 1931, Conferred on R. Modjeski for his " Contribution to Transportation Through Superior Skill and Courage in Bridge Design and Construction," 293
  • Whangpoo River, Proposed 1800ft. Long Bridge near Shanghai, Over, 15
  • BRIQUETTES to be Produced at Grorud, Norway, 573
  • British Manufacturers Opening Branch Plants in Montreal East, 663
  • British System of House Warming on the Continent, Rights Acquired by Continental Firm, 487
  • Bushings Expanded into their Seatings by Immersion in Liquid Air, 573

C

  • CABLEGRAMS, Special " Lightning " Service for Speeding-up, 543
  • Calculator, Fowler's " Universal," 46
  • Canadian Ports, Report by Sir Alexander Gibb on Technical and Business Features of, 375
  • Canal and Canal Locks on Sheffield and South Yorkshire Canal to be Improved, 105
  • Canal, Cape Cod, Report of Chief of Engineers on Preliminary Examination and Survey of, 405
  • Canning Factory Established near North Pole, 599
  • Cape Copper Company to Reopen O'Okiep Copper Mine, 267
  • Carbon Sub-oxide of Carbon C302, 487
  • Cardboard Carton Factory to be Erected at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 293
  • Cartagena Wharf to be Reconstructed, 47
  • Cement Production in Canada to be Increased by Installation of Additional Plant, 15,
  • Cement Works Erected at Canton to be State-owned, 187
  • Centenary Celebrations of Michael Faraday, Senator Marconi and Professor Lombardi to Represent Italy at, 543
  • Central Heating in Winnipeg, Municipal Operation of, 15
  • Chemical I Discovery that when Oxygen and Hydrogen Sulphide are Mixed in Certain Proportions and under Certain Conditions they Explode, 543
  • Chemical Fertiliser Plant at St. John, New Brunswick, Proposed, 213
  • Chemical Works Projects in China, 459
  • Chimneys, Effect of Wind Pressures on, 105
  • Chinese Government to Expend £1,000,000 on the Rehabilitation of the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company, 375
  • Chrome Ore Deposits to be Developed in Turkey, 405
  • Chrome Steel Factory Erected near Oslo, 487
  • Chromium Plating Industry Draft Regulations Revised by Home Office, 405
  • Classified Roads and Bridges, Schemes during January for Widening, Reconstruction and Improvements for, 187

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES

  • Coal, Bituminous, Commercial Stocks in United States on January 1st, 1931, 267
  • Bituminous Coal Production in United States Shows Great. Increase on Previous Figures, 239
  • Coal Carried by Rail from Kent Coalfields during 1930, 159
  • Coal Consumption of Locomotives on Pennsylvania Railroad, 77
  • Coal Discovered in Kwangtung, China, Reported that Deposit is Good, 267
  • Coal Discovered in New Brunswick, 573
  • Coal Dust, Inflammability of, 266
  • Coal Dust, Research on Relative Inflammability of, 707
  • Coalfields of North River Districts, Canton, to be Exploited by Wealthy Merchants, 47
  • Coalfields of India and Economical Production, 375
  • Coal Found in Algarrobo District, near Santiago, Chile, Three Definite Seams, 347
  • Coal Gas Ripening of Citrus Fruits, 573
  • Coal Reserves of British Columbia, 433
  • Coal Used for Coking, If Gas were Recovered by Modern Plants 71 per cent. of Total Requirements of England, Scotland and Wales would be Obtained, 347
  • Creeper Chains for Collieries, 502
  • Development of Coal Mining in Huainan Area, China, Proposed Railway 130 Miles Long, 487
  • Experiments on Hydro-genation of Coal at illingham, 375
  • Exploration of Coal and Oil Deposits on Sakhalin Island being Carried Out, 405
  • Hartley Main Collieries Change from Steam to Electrically Driven Machinery, 375
  • Kent Coalfield Development, 375
  • Pithead Gear of New Delaval Colliery, Blyth, taken down for Re-erection at Dudley Pit of Hartley Main Collieries, 293
  • Safety in Minos Research Board Appointments, 133
  • Technical Separation of Coal- by Elastic Percussion, J. L. Strovens, 267
  • COFFERDAM of Steel Sheet Piling being Driven at East London, South Africa, Requires 1120 Tons Steel, 487
  • Collier, Expeditious Unloading of American, 627
  • Combination Mill for Rolling Heavy Rails and Steel Sections at. Works of Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 375
  • Concrete Waterproofed by Alginates made from Sea Weed, 319
  • Congress of History of Science and Technology, 86
  • Congress of International Consultative Committee on Technique of Radio Communications and of International Radio-Scientific Union, held in Copenhagen, 599
  • Controlling Traffic in American Towns, Light System for, 186
  • Copper Ore in Northern Rhodesia Makes Prospect of Cheap Copper, 433
  • Copper Rod Rolling Mill Installed by Phillips Electrical Works at Brockville, Ontario, 543
  • Corps of Naval Constructors, Annual Dinner, 168
  • Cost of Extending Piers in New York Harbour for 1000ft. Liners, 77
  • Cotton Mills of Bombay, Number of Operatives Employed in, 77
  • Cracking Plant at Baku Placed in Operation by Soviet Union Treats 120 Tons Crude Oil Daily, 159
  • Crane, 80-Ton, for Congella Wharf, Durban, 405
  • Crane, Stand-by, on Welland Canal for Handling Lock Gates, 133
  • Crewe Dinner, 471

D

  • DAM Across River Osage, near Bagnell, Mo., Completing, 347
  • Dam at Mattawin River. Canada, Construction of Regulating Methods used to Prevent Freezing, 15
  • Dardanelles Traffic Increases during 1930, 459
  • Dauphin River Power Scheme, Proposed, 319
  • Decrease in Number of Students Taking Mining Course in Colleges, 375
  • Deep-water Berths to be Constructed at Durban, Natal, 573
  • Dehydration of Commercial Gases, 405
  • Deposit of Iceland Spar Discovered in Namaqualand, South Africa, 573
  • Deposit Pitchblend Discovered at Great Bear Lake, 459
  • Designing of " All-Electric " or " All-Gas " Houses, Professor C. R. Darling, 133
  • Deutsche Bunsen Gesellschaft ftlr angewandte Physikalische Chemie, General Meeting in Vienna, 213
  • Diesel Engines for Heavy Lorries, Saving Over Petrol Sets, 159
  • Discussions, Reports, at Second Plenary World Power Conference, 159
  • Dispute at British Mannesmann Tube Company's Landore Works Settled, 573
  • Diverting the Flathead River in Montana for Power Development, 433
  • Drag Suction Dredger Required for Whangpoo Conservancy Board, 375
  • Dredger " Rietbok " Safely Reaches Durban, Captain W. Rodick, Eighty Years Old, Navigating, 405
  • Dredging and Improvements of Lower Reaches, Yangtsze River, China, to Cost £5,000,000, 105

E

  • EARTHQUAKE-RESISTING Houses Built at Ancona, 163
  • Edison Medal Awarded to Dr. F. Conrad, 141

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Batteries, Marine Storage, Results of Tests on Violent Movement of, '213
  • Bury Electricity Undertaking, Staff Improvement Class, " Boilers and Combustion," V. Walker, 213
  • Cable Factory at Ozarow, near Warsaw, 70
  • Central Electric Stations in Canada and Assistance to Industry, 347
  • Concession of Ninety Years for Supply of Electric, Light, Power and Tramway Services in Santiago, Valparaiso and Adjacent Territory Granted to American and Foreign Power Company, Inc., 319
  • Effect of Fogs on Insulators, Tests to be Carried out near Los Angeles, 375
  • Electric Lighting by. Incandescent Gases in Luminous Tubes, Probable Future, 213
  • Electric Power and Light Industry of Italy Shows Continued Progress during 1930, 239
  • Electric Services of Corporation of Bucharest Taken Over by American Electric Bond and Share Corporation,
  • Electric Traction of Suburban Lines of Former Great Northern Railway, Proposals Ready for, 293
  • Electric Transmission Lines in Saskatchewan Exceed 2300 Miles, 375
  • Electrical Equipment Imported into New Zealand during September Quarter, 1930 154
  • Electrical Machinery in South America, The U.S.A. and, 15
  • Electrical Power Generation during Fog Period of January 6th, 1931, 77
  • Electrical Train Services on Manchester South Junction and Altrincham Railway Commence in May, 433
  • Electrically Heated Schools in Arnheim, 405
  • Electrically Operated Traverser and Coal Hoist to be Installed at Queen Alexandra Dock, Cardiff, 47
  • Electricity Charges in London and Outer London Area, Sir George Penny asks Minister of Transport to Equalise Prices, 319
  • Electricity, Consumption of, in Buenos Aires, 105
  • ELECTRICITY COMMISSIONERS :
  • Electricity Commissioners' Report of Electricity Generated by Authorised Undertakings in Great Britain during February, 1931, 319
  • Electricity Generated by Authorised Undertakers in Great Britain during January, 1931, 213
  • Official Returns for March, 1931, Show Increase over March, 1930, 459
  • Official Returns for Units Generated in Great Britain during December, 1930, 77
  • Overhead Line Regulation for Safety of Public, Revised, 599
  • Electricity Generating Stations in Denmark, Capacity of, 105
  • Electricity Supply of Brighton, 15
  • Electrification of Railways, Mr. J. A. Parkinson, Statement, 515
  • Electrification of Railways in Great Britain, Report of Committee on, 487
  • Electrification of Stockholm-Malmoe Line, Practically only Swedish Material to be Used, 169
  • Electrified Poultry Farm near Edinburgh, 213
  • Electrified Railway Lines in Germany at End of 1930. 627
  • Electrolytic Alkali Factory to be Established at Eden, Carrickfergus, Ireland, 487
  • Electrostatic Plant for Cleaning Blast-furnace Gases at Pretoria West, Lodge Catterell, 267
  • Erection of Beauharnois Power-house Commenced, 433
  • Expeditious Design and Manufacture of 400 H.P. Synchronous Motor by Westinghouse Electric Company, of America, 47
  • Greater Amount of Electricity to be Developed by Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company, 405
  • figh-tension Systems, International Conference on Large Electric, 557
  • Installation of 20,000 kW Mercury Vapour Boiler and Turbine at Kearny, 375
  • Large Electrical Power Stations for Russian Electricity Schemes, 133
  • Making Concrete Floors Immune from Sparking, 405
  • Mercury Arc Rectifiers Carry Six Times their Ratings for 15 seconds, on the Lackawanna Railroad, 239
  • Neon Tube Illuminated Signs to be Manufactured at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 319
  • Power Station Switchboard with Panels of Rustless Steel Installed in River Rouge Plant, 433
  • Proposed Electrification of Great Northern Suburban Lines, 405
  • Rail and Structural Steel Mill of Algoma Stool Corporation Operated by Electricity, 605
  • Safety Tests on Electrical Apparatus in Mines, 459
  • Squirrel-cage Motors for Driving Induced Draught Fans in Hudson-avenue Power Station, 319
  • Stoke-on-Trent Electricity Department Extensions to Bastard, 239
  • Transformer Weighing 93 Tons Transferred from Rail to Road at Deptford, 159
  • Turbo-generator, Second 80,000 kW, Started up at Charles R. Huntley Station, 620
  • Underground Cable, 4j Miles of 33,000-volt, to be Laid at Durban, 267
  • ENGINEERING Trades on Merseyside, 639
  • Empire State Building, Now York has Esti mated Population 25,000 and Fifty-eight Passenger Lifts, 133
  • Employees of Ferranti, Ltd., Endowing Bed in Oldham-road Infirmary in Memory of Late Dr. S. Z. de Ferranti, 158
  • Engines, Oil, Used in Federated Malay States, Report on, 155
  • England's Representatives at Third International Conference on Bituminous Coal, Pittsburgh, 627
  • English Trade Newspaper in Moscow, 583

EXHIBITIONS

  • Aeroplane Exhibition, International, at Zagreb, Jugoslavia, British Light Aeroplanes to be Exhibited, 293
  • British Chemical Plant Manufacturors'Association at Central Hall, Westminster, 15
  • British Empire Trade Exhibition, Buenos Aires. Total Attendance of 1,443,914, 487
  • British Industries Fair, Committee Appointed to Consider Permanent Accommodation for London Section of, 599
  • British Industries Fair, H.R.H. the Duke of Gloucester Principal Guest at Government Banquet, 133
  • Chemical Engineering Plant Exhibition at Central Hall, Westminster, 105
  • Chemical Industries Exposition at Grand Central Palace, New York, 293
  • Exhibition of Faraday's Work to be Held in Albert Hall during September, 375
  • Mineral Resources of the Empire, 168, 213
  • Exposition of Chemical Industries at New York, 43
  • Experimental Tank for National Physical Laboratory, 47

EXPLOSIONS

  • Boiler Accidents in Madras Presidency. Coorg and Bangalore Civil and Military Station, 1929-30, 47
  • Explosion of Bottom Row Tube in Water-tube Boiler at Cheshire Chemical Works, Report on, 347
  • Explosion of Cast Iron Steam Jacketed Pan at Saw Mill Causes Death, Official Report, 627
  • Explosion of Economiser at Darwen, Lancs. Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief's Report, 319
  • Explosion of Steam Pipe in Sheffield Bar Mill, 433
  • Explosion of Steam Pipe Supplying Pump in Spinning Mill. Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief's Report, 159
  • Explosion of Valve Chest of Lancashire Mill Engine Attributed to Water Hammer, 487
  • Steam Receiver Blows up through Valves being Closed, 159
  • Testing of Steam Vessels Under Steam, Report on Accident at Birmingham by Engineer-in-Chief, Board of Trade, 133
  • EXTRACTION of Oil front Torbanite Deposits of Ermels District of South Africa, 405

F

  • FACTORIES Erected in the United States have no Windows, 573
  • Failure of Tube Stopper in Boiler of Steam Trawler, 681
  • Faraday House Electrical Engineering College, Annual Examinations, 222
  • Federation British Industries Barometer and Improvement in Domestic Situation of
  • Principal Industrial Countries, 550
  • Federation of British Industries Mission to Canada, 459
  • Fireboat for Fire Department, New York City. Largest and Most Powerful in the World, 375
  • Fire-damp, Effect of Presence of, 266
  • Fire Station at Johannesburg to Cost 00,000, 234
  • Flag Sheet of British-owned Ships, 417
  • Fleetwood Dock Extension, Model Prepared at a Cost of £1600 to help Board, 15
  • Flint Walling, The Forgotten Art of, Description by Veteran, Mr. Arthur Crane, 707
  • Floating Dock for North Vancouver for Ferry Landing Purposes, 543
  • Fog Discs, Amber Coloured. Royal Automobile Club's Service, 187
  • Foreign Engineers and Skilled Workmen in Soviet Russia to be Replaced by Natives of Russia, 347
  • Foreign Technical Experts Employed by Soviet Government, 187
  • Forest Fires from Locomotive Sparks, 459
  • Forests in Great Britain to be Planted with Canadian Sitka Spruce Seed, 347
  • Forging Press of 1000 Tons Installed at
  • Copperas Bank Forge. Pallion, Sunderland, 47
  • Formaldehyde to be Manufactured at Maccagno, Italy, 543
  • Franklin Medal for 1931 Awarded to Sir James Jeans for his many Contributions to Science. 293
  • Fraser River Ship Channel, Estimates for Additional Permanent Improvements to, 627
  • French Publishing Firms Produce a " Bibliographie des lines francais d'Industrie et de Technologic," 133
  • Fuel Required for Raising Temperatures from Freezing Point to 64 deg. Fah., 77

G

  • GASHOLDER Erected at Montreal, Capacity of 10 Million Cubic Feet, 459
  • Gas Industries of United States, Sale of Manufactured Gas and Natural Gas during 1930, 627
  • Gases Conveyed by Road, Regulations for Vessels to Carry, 319
  • Gasolene, World's Production of Natural, 319
  • Gasworks Opened at Mosaic)? to Supply Extensive Area, 707
  • Gatineau Power Company's Record Production of Electric Energy, 707
  • German Exports for Wire and Wire Products during 1930, 239
  • Glass of Low Coefficient of Expansion and Great Toughness Produced in America, 375
  • Globe, Cast Steel Hollow, Placed in Service without Machining to Disclose Hidden Defects, 293
  • Gold Discovered at Rietmont, South-West Africa, 187
  • Gold Discovered in Luano Valley, Northern Rhodesia, 15
  • Gold Dredged from McLeod River, Alberta, 627
  • Gold Mine Production in Lake Shore Mine, Ontario, 375
  • Gold Ore Discovered by Rhodesian Minerals Concession in Luano Valley, 487
  • Gold Production in Canada during 1930, 375
  • Gold Production in Mines of Ontario, Canada, during 1930, 267
  • Gold Recovered from " Bliorand " Banket Reef, Southern Rhodesia, 433
  • Gramophone, Automatic Electric, Installed at Science Museum, 599
  • Graphite Deposits in Amur Valley, Siberia, 47
  • Graving Dock at Govan to bo Deepened. 433
  • Greathead Shield for Tunnelling Sewer at Johannesburg. 487
  • Croat Lakes Channels from Duluth to Detroit to be Deepened to 26ft., 293
  • Group Piecework in America, 543

H

  • HADFIELD, Sir Robert, Bust Unveiled at Metallografiska Institutet of Stockholm. 627
  • Harbour Development Scheme at Yinghow. 404
  • Heavy Plate Construction and Bevel Planing Edge of Plate for Caulking, 627
  • Highway Statistics for the World, 105
  • Hydro-electric Power Commission of Ontario Supplies Electricity to 668 Municipalities in Ontario, 293
  • Hydro-electric Power Commission and Rural Consumers, Ontario, 133
  • Hydro-electric Development at Masson Falls, 17 Miles East of Ottawa, 319
  • Hydro-electric Plant Development in Canada, 105
  • Hydro-electric Possibilities Considered by Kwangtung Provincial Government of China, 375
  • Hydro-eleetrie Power Plant at Wenatche In be Ready in August, 1932, 213
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant on Term, River, Japan, 442
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants in America, Increased Expenditure on, 77
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Second Stage Commenced of Lochaber, 406
  • Hydro-electric Power Stations at Bahaduranad, Bhola and Paha now Working, Sumera Station to be Completed by August, 681
  • Hydro-electric Plant with 40,000 H.P. Reaction Turbine Working Under Head of 849ft. 293
  • Hydro-electric Resources of Province Quebec, 47

I

  • IMPERIAL College, Annual Carnival Dance, 7
  • Importation of Machinery through Shanghai, 47
  • Impregnating Timber with Preservatives while Still Alive as a Tree, 433
  • Improvements, Port of Naples, Canal Constructed, 459
  • Indium, First Pound of Rare Metal Made in Cleveland. Ohio, 573
  • Industrial Machinery to bo Constructed Canada Owing to Tariff Increases, 133
  • Industrial Plants Along Western Lines of Canadian National Railways. 405
  • Injunction Granted in Ohio Against Proposed Merger of Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company with Bethlehem Steel Corporation, 47
  • International Conference on Bituminous Coal at Pittsburg in November, 1931, 213
  • Inventions and Registration of Trade Marks and Designs and the Irish Free State, 599
  • Irish Free State Government and Area Control of Passenger and Goods Traffic, 47

IRON AND STEEL

  • British Steel Plate for Toronto Ironworks, Ltd., The First Shipment for Some Years, 653
  • Iron and Steel Works at Shenyang, 680
  • Iron Oro Discovered in Germany, 105
  • Pig Iron Production in Canada During 1930, 707
  • Recovery of Iron from Blast-furnaces Gas in Germany, 433
  • IRRIGATION Project of Lower Bhavani, Madras Government Engineers' Investigation, 159
  • Irrigation Scheme of Pampanga River, Philipine Islands, 47

J

  • JOHNSON, Lt.-Col, Charles Robert , 279

L

  • LABORATORY at Duisburg for Large-scale Experiments on Hydrogenation of Coal now Closed, 77
  • Laboratories for Research and Experimental Work Opened at Factory of Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Ltd., at Clifton Junction, 347
  • Larch Poles, Home-grown, for Telegraph, Telephone and Power Transmission Lines, 293
  • Level Crossings and their Elimination, 105
  • Lifts in Modern American Skyscraper, 405
  • Lifts in One Shaft, American Idea of Running Two, 347
  • Lighting Developments, Advances in, 213
  • Lignite Deposits of Northern Ontario to be Explored, 706
  • Lining Steel Tubes with Metals or Alloys. 433
  • Lister and Co.. Ltd., Provide Clinic for Free Dental and Medical Treatment for Employees, 239
  • Lithium and its Use in Storage Batteries, 105
  • London Traffic Bill, Proposed, No Date Fixed for Introduction of Bill, 133
  • London Transport Bill, First Meeting of Joint Committee, 515
  • London Transport Bill. Seventy-five Petitions Presented Against, 487
  • London Transport Passenger Bill Passed, 375
  • Loughborough College. Awards of British Empire Scholarships, 696
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Retorts at East Greenwich Commence Work during January, 15
  • Lubricating Oil from Paraffin-base Crude. The Edeleanu Process for Production, 543

M

  • MAGNETIC Compass Needle, Variation from Year to Year of, 707
  • Magnetic Ore Deposits, Th. Dahlblorn's Method of Determining Depth of, 293
  • Manchester City Council's Offer of Scholarships at the University of Manchester, 627
  • Manganese Deposits of Bou-Arta, French Morocco, to Produce 250,000 Tons a Year, 293
  • Manganese Ore Discovered 200 Miles from Durban, South Africa, 375
  • Manganese Ore Output of Russia for 1929-30 Constitutes Record, 293
  • Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid and Caustic Soda by Electrolytic Decomposition of Sodium Sulphate, 433
  • Match Manufacture in United States, Plant for Production of Chemicals to bo Erected, 627
  • Mercury, Groat Reduction of Price of, 707
  • Mercury Production by Soviet Authorities, 681
  • Mercury Vapour Boiler of South Meadow Station Closed for Retubing, 487
  • Metalled Roads of India. 47
  • Metric System of Weights and Measures, Revised Draft Bill for Introduction into Turkey of, 77
  • Metropolitan-Vickers' Long Service Association, 279
  • Mettur Dam, Construction Proceeding on, 573
  • Mica Discovered in Tangi. East Afghanistan, 433
  • Mineral Industry of British Empire and Foreign Countries, Statistical Summary, 267
  • Mineral Resources of China, Mining Experts to Investigate, 543
  • Mirrors Produced by Chemical Deposition of Silver on Glass, 319
  • Mirrors Used as Means of Defence Against Hostile Skips, Ancient, 543
  • Montreal Harbour Improvements, 47
  • Moist Powerful Motor Wagon Ever Built Claimed by Relay Motor Corporation, Lima, Ohio, 187
  • Motor Car Parking Machine, Devised by Mr. H. D. James, of the American Westinghouse Company, 599
  • Motor Car Parking in Public Streets. 459
  • Motor Coach Company and Minister of Transport on Motor Coaches in Main Area of Metropolis, 159
  • Motor Omnibus Driven by Heavy-Oil Engine in Belgium Runs 18 Miles to Gallon Fuel, 459
  • Motor Tires in France, Production for 1930, 77
  • Motor Vehicles, Hours of Duty of Drivers of Certain, 159
  • Motor Vehicles, Registration of New, in Great Britain during March, 1931, 599
  • Motor Wagons and Omnibuses to be Manufactured at New Factory in Montreal, 681
  • Mount, Lieut.-Colonel, A. H. L., Inclusion in Birthday Honours, 627
  • Museum Devoted to Story of Steel to be Opened at Worcester, Mass., 105

N

  • NAILS, Production of, in South Africa, 707
  • Naming Timbers, 502
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Membership Increased, 573
  • Natural Gas Flow in Turner Valley, Alberta, 133
  • Natural Gas Output in Canada during 1930, 543
  • Natural Gas Pipe Line of 1000 Miles in Length to be Constructed from Panhandle Field, Texas, 239
  • Natural Gas Pipe Line Using Now High-elastic Limit, Proposal to Stress Pipes 1.o 25,000 lb. per Square Inch, 239
  • Natural Gas Produced from Well 5550ft. deep
  • in Turner Valley, Alberta, 681
  • Natural Gas Production in California. 681
  • Natural Gas to be Drilled for in St. Lawrence River Valley, 159
  • Niagara Falls and Recent Subsidence of Lip, 103
  • Nickel and Chromium-plating Plants Installed by Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd., at their Works at Keighley, 722
  • Nightwork Stopped m Many Trades in Norway Over Wages Dispute, 405
  • Nirnol, Resisting Heat and Corrosion, New Alloy Developed in Canada, 47
  • Nitric Acid Manufactured by Fauber Process, 267
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant to be Erected at Germiston, South Africa, 375
  • " Nust " Liquefied Load, Rendering Iron and Steel Impervious to Rust, 293

O

  • OFFICIAL Figures on Consumption of Water, Gas, and Electric Power in Stratford, Ontario, During 1930, 293
  • Oil Can with Container Made of Rubber, 599
  • Oil Discovered in Northern Cape Colony, 375
  • Oil for Fuel in Mines on Federated Malay States, 213
  • Oil Plant at Fushun to be Extended, 15
  • Oil Production front Limestone Shale, Plant. to be Erected Near Ragusa, in Sicily, 573
  • Oil Production in Spain, 599
  • Oil Refinery for Coutts, Near Lethbridge, Alberta, 187
  • Oil Shale Deposits in New South Wales, 652
  • Oil Wells, Clinograph to Determine Deviation from Vertical of, 293
  • Oil Wells in Turner Valley Field, Alberta, Thirty-seven New Wells Working During 1930, 159
  • Ontario Goldfields, Production of 1930 Compared with 1929, 159
  • Overseas Trade Development Council, Sir Francis l'Estrange Joseph Accepts Membership on, 681

P

  • PACKING of Machinery for Abroad, Professor Snape's Complaint from Cape Town, 199
  • Painting of Wooden Transmission Poles Making them Inconspicuous in the Landscape, 319
  • Papermaking Machine Started at Powell River Company's Works near Vancouver, Seventh, 187
  • Patent Office Records in Nicaragua Destroyed by Recent Earthquake. 599
  • Pensions for Workers, POT1Si 0118 Scheme Initiated by R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., of Dursley, 113
  • Permanently Frozen Ground Found at Depth of 9ft. at Sherridon, N. Manitoba, 293
  • Perrin, Mr. W. G., Dies at Age of Fifty-seven, Admiralty Librarian Since 1908, Mr. J. Falkner Phillips Succeeds him, 239
  • Petroleum Production in Alberta During March, 1931, 653
  • Petroleum Refinery to be Erected at Melbourne, 375
  • Petroleum Technology Attracts Large Number of Students at Sir John Cass Technical Institute. 627
  • Phenol and Allied Tar Products to be Manufactured at Toronto, Ontario, 405
  • Phosphate Regions Prospected in Western Morocco, Two New, 293
  • Phosphate Rock Development in Algeria, 47
  • Pipes. Flow of Steam Through Bent, 653
  • Pipes, Steel, with Electrically Welded Seams, Manufactured at Youngstown, Ohio, 247
  • Piraeus, Athens, Opened as Free Port. 77
  • Platinum Group, Uses of Metals of the, 487
  • Population of Shanghai Over Three Million, 187
  • Port of Paysandil Opened to Ocean-going Vessels, 551
  • Port of Rosario. Argentine, to be Extended, 681
  • Porte de Charenton-Ledru-Rollin Section of Line No. 8 Handed Over to Compagnie du Metropolitain, 133
  • Portuguese Harbours to be Improved, Contracts Placed, 433
  • Potash and Magnesium Deposits to be Developed at Bushammasch, Algeria, 319
  • Potash from the Dead Sea, 9 Tons Sent to Jaffa for Export, 293
  • Potash Mines of Cardona (Catatonic), Mines in Spain Starting Producing, 47.
  • Power from Rivers of Madras Estimated to Produce Half a Million Horse-power, 293
  • Power Plant at. Edmonton, Alberta, Expenditure for Development of, 77
  • Power Plant at Lockland, Works at Steam Pressure of 1840 lb. per Square Inch, 599
  • Power Plant at San Francisco, Adoption of 1200 lb. per Square Inch Pressure for, 77
  • Power Plant on Kootenay River, Proposed, 599
  • Power Plant Extensions at Johannesburg to Cost £500,000, 573
  • Power Plant to Cost Four Million Dollars for General Electric Company at Schenectady, 187
  • Power to be Generated from Natural Gas in Turner Valley Oilfield of Alberta, 433, 459
  • Powerful Searchlight with Narrow Beam, 459
  • Prevention of Damage by Floods in Tidal Portions of Thames, Committee Appointed, 459
  • Proton of Production of Carbon-free Ferro-chromium from Ores Found in the ITrul Mountains, 573
  • Process for De-tinning of Tin-plate Scrap, 429
  • Production of Mineral Oil in Canada, 159
  • Production of Petrol and Domestic Gas from Refuse Oil and Low Grades of Petroleum in North Carolina, 267
  • Production of Pyrites in Norway During 193n. 315
  • Propagation of Combustion in Powdered told, H. E. Newall and F. S. Sinnatt, 405
  • Pulverised Fuel for Steam Raising at Grimthorpe Colliery, 187
  • Pumping Stations at Lots-road and Deptford to be Enlarged, 486
  • Pumps, Circulating Water, at James H. Reed Station on Branot's Island near Pittsburg, Depart from Customary Practice, 133

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RAILWAYS AND ROAD MATTERS

  • Accidents :
  • Accident at Hawes -Junction Recalled, 15
  • Accident to Excursion Train from Leicester to Leeds, 405
  • Accident to Fireman when on Top of Tender Killed by Striking Overbridge, Mr. J. L. M. Moore's Report, 293
  • Accident to Guard of Train through Water Forced through Manhole at Back of Tender when Picking Up from Witt,Troughs, 487
  • Accident to Locomotive through Smoke. box Door Swinging Out of Gauge, Mr. J. L. M. Moore's Report, 375
  • Accidents on Railways, Annual Report. 487, 627, 053
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries into, 77
  • Carlisle Railway. Accident, Adjourned Inquest, 239, 293, 627
  • Fatal Collision at Thorpe-le-Sokon, 105
  • Clacton Railway Collision, Verdict of "Accidental Death" Recorded at Adjourned Inquest, 187
  • Clacton Railway Collision, Colonel Anderson's Report, 573
  • Cleethorpes Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, 159
  • Collision near Woodmore Junction, Caledonion Section, 239
  • Derailment at Long Ashton Recalled, 659
  • Derailment of Express, King's Cross to Leeds, near Tuxiord Station, 459
  • Derailment of " Prairie " Type Locomotive on Romney, Hytho and Dyinchurch Railway, 653
  • Fatal Accident at Beddingliam, 599;
  • Coroner's Inquest, Verdict of " Accidental Death," 627
  • Fatal Accident to Three Trainmen at Northumberland Park Station, An Unusual Accident, 77
  • Fatal Derailment at Etampes on the Paris-Orleans Railway, 405
  • Fatal Railway Accident at Fakenhani. 599; Coroner's Inquiry Adjourned, 627
  • Fatal Railway Accidents in 1929 and 1930. 47
  • Leighton Buzzard Disaster Inquest, 459
  • Leighton Buzzard Disaster, Verdict of 'Accidental Death' at Resumed Inquest., 487
  • Level Crossings and Signs to Prevent Accidents, 707
  • Railway Accidents and Manslaughter Verdicts Against Railway Engine Drivers and Signalmen, 347
  • Railway Accidents for 1929, Colonel Mount's Annual Report on, 77
  • Running Past Signals in Broad Daylight., Leighton Buzzard and other Accidents 375
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 187, 213, 239, 347, 459
  • Automatic Couplings and International Labour Office Report, 213
  • Automatic Signals or other Forms of Block Signals on American Railways, 47
  • Automatic Train Control Committee and Qualifications of Firemen and Passed Firemen for Driving Duties, 47
  • Award National Wages Board Accepted by National Union of Railwaymen, 375
  • " Boit Railway Trust Fellowships for the Two Rhodesias," Scheme for Award Completed, 267
  • Belt-line Railway for Oporto, Contract Placed, 433
  • Board of Trade Export Tables, Value of Railway Material bent Overseas, 681
  • Board of Trade Returns for February on Export of Railway Material, 599
  • Board of Trade Returns, Railway Materials Exported, Statistics of, during November, 1930, 77
  • Board of Trade Returns, Railway Material Exported during 1930, 187
  • Bombay Terminus Opened, Area of 53 Acres, Covered by Station, 15
  • British Columbia Electric Railway Company's Steam Power Plant Opened at Vancouver, 133
  • British Railway Servants and Freedom from "Manslaughter" Charges, 653
  • Canadian Pacific Railway
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Claimed to be World's Greatest Travel System Under One Management, 187
  • Canadian Pacific Shipbuilding Record, 196
  • Tunnel Connecting False Creek and Burrard, 105
  • Tunnel Under Plains of Abraham Completed, 681
  • Closing of Winsford Branch of Cheshire lines Committee, 47
  • Compensation Paid by the Railway Companies for Loss and Damage to Merchandise, 77
  • Consolidation of American Railroads into Limited Number of Systems, 133
  • Death of Mr. Ernest Copeland Irving, Railway Signal Engineer, 159
  • Diesel Engine Locomotives on South African Railways, 133
  • East Indian Railway
  • Bridge, Bally, Third Span Floated into Position, 347
  • Economy in Traffic to Scotland by West Coast and East Coast Routes, 459
  • Egyptian State Railways, Report of Experts who Investigated Fire in which Forty-six Lives were Lost, 543
  • Garratt Locomotives on Natal Railways, 207
  • German State Railway Company and Assistance in Alleviating Unemployment. 159
  • Goods Conveyed by British Railways Show Decrease in December, 1930, as Against December, 1929, 319
  • Great Northern Railway (of Ireland), Converting some Double Line into Single Track, 515
  • Great Southern Railway of Ireland, Annual Report. 375
  • Great Southern Railway of Ireland, Conversion of Double Linos into Single Track, 653
  • Great Western Railway
  • Annual Report for 1930, Statistics, 239
  • Automatic Train Control System Extended on Great 'Western Railway, 563
  • Bishops Castle Railway. Local Authorities Apply to Minister of Transport for G.W. Rly. to Take over, 187
  • " Cornish Riviera " Express to Run on Sundays during Summer Months, 681
  • Decrease in Revenue during First Three Weeks of Year Due to Coal Stoppage in South Wales, 187
  • Fifty-two Miles of Track Laid with Steel Sleepers, 133
  • Grand National Express Makes Fine Run. 459
  • Improvement. in Running of Local Train Services, 573
  • Paddington Station Improvements, 232
  • Purchase of Electricity in Bulk Shows Increased Economy, 47
  • Question of Railway Workers on Board of Directors. Chairman's Remarks at General Meeting, 515
  • Reconstruction Cardiff General Station, Scheme Commenced, 267
  • Resignation of Mr. W. Cleaver from Position of Docks Engineer, Newport, 573
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Warwick, New Station at Cape Yard, 573
  • Running of " Cheltenham Flyer " Compared with Canadian National Railway's Fast Train, 105
  • Steel Sleepers. Sixty-two Thousand to lie Laid During the Year, 406
  • Two Vessels Ordered for Fishguard-Rosslare Route, Steel Work to be made in South Wales, 47
  • Voluntary Reduction of Salaries Agreed Upon by Staff, 405
  • West of England Summer Train Service, Improved Night Services, 543
  • Indian Railway Board's Report. 1929-30, 267, 375, 681
  • Indian Railway Board's Statistics of New Railway Opened During Year, 506
  • Indian Railway Board's Report, Use of Popet Valves on Indian Railways, 627
  • Irish Railway Companies and Reductions of Salaries and Wages, 707
  • Irish Railway Companies and Revision of Pay and Conditions of Service, 599
  • Irish Railways and Year's Working, 293
  • Lamps to have Visibility Increased on Level Crossing Gates. 77
  • Leo-on-the-Solent, Railway and Level Crossing Gates, 47
  • Leopoldina Railway, Largest Motre-gauge Railway in Brazil and British Owned, 267
  • Locomotive Speed During Last Eighty Years, Royal Commission on Transport Report, 319
  • Londonderry and Lough Swilly Railway, Peculiarities and Misfortunes. 319, 433
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • Annual Report, Statistic's, &c., 267
  • Centenary of Opening of Bolton and Leigh and Leigh and Kenyon Branches of Liverpool and Manchester Rails; ty, 653
  • Contemplated Electrification of Lines in Glasgow Area, 159
  • Provision of Garages at Seventy-nine Suburban Stations, 213
  • Retirement of Mr. Gustav Behrens from Directorship. 433
  • Railway Engine Driver as Junior Lord of the Treasury, Mr. H. C. Charleton, 319
  • Scientific Research on London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 599
  • Staff Decrease Between 1927 and End of 1930, 707
  • Widening Lines South of Ambergate. 5 25
  • Wirral Railway Electrification, Delay in Commencing, Reasons, 599
  • London and North-Eastern Railway
  • Annual Meeting, Proposed Reductions Number Directors and other Economies, 239
  • Annual Report, Figures and Statistics, 293
  • Automatic Signals Installed on Glasgow City District Railway, 681
  • Charges for Traffic at Weight per Wagon, Experiment on L. and N.E. Railway, 653
  • Diversion of West Highland Railway for Lochaber Power Scheme, 653
  • Fast Run of the " Queen of Scots " Pullman, 405
  • Locomotive Economies, improvements and Equipment of Locomotive Workshops. 347
  • Main Line North of Thirsk Laid with Rails 90ft. Long. 515
  • Mechanical Coaling Plants for Locomotive Depots at. York, Leeds, Bull and Selby, 47
  • Parkeston Quay Extensions, Ministry of Transport Desire Time Limit of Seven Years, 433
  • Railway Facilities for Football Association Cup Final at Wembley, 459
  • Red Hall at Bourne Leased to Local Interests for Restoration, 459
  • Report of Directors Issued Separately from Financial Accounts and Statistical Returns, 267
  • Retirement of Mr. J. H. Smeddle, 681
  • Romford, Notification of Possible Delays Owing to Works being Carried on, 187, 213
  • Substitution of Vacuum Brake for the Westinghouse, Coat of, 432
  • Water Troughs Laid Between Knebworth and Hitchin, 543
  • Mersey Railway, Annual Report for 1930 Shows Increased Business and Loss Expenditure over 1929, 319
  • Metropolitan Railway
  • Annual Report, Figures and Statistics, 319
  • Congestion of Traffic to and from City Lines, 77
  • Edward Medal Awarded to A. D. Thomas for Gallantry in Saving Life, 405
  • Extensions at Euston-square Stations to Accommodate Longer Trains Completed, Similar Work to be Commenced at Great Portland-street, 287
  • Platelayer who Received Edward Medal for Bravery Receives Recognition from Carnegie Hero Fund Trustees, 681
  • Reconstruction Great Portland-street and Euston-square Stations Assisted by Government Grants, 543
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, 319, 405
  • Schemes for Widening, Reconstruction and other Improvements of Classified Road and Bridges Approved During February, 319
  • Statistics Issued as Stationery Office Publications :
  • Passenger Journeys in Great Britain During October, 1930, Statistics of, 105
  • Railway Returns for 1929. Statistics, 47
  • Statistics for November, 1930, 213; December, 1930, 347; January, 1931, 487; February. 1931, 543; March, 1931, 681. 707
  • Traffic Returns for Week Ending December 27th, 1930, 105
  • National Wages Board, Railwaymen's Pay and Conditions of Service, 159
  • New Zealand State-owned and State-operated Railway Board Now Operative, 707
  • North Kwangtung, Work Resumed on Canton-Hankow Railway at, 375
  • Northern Ontario Railway Extended to Coral Rapids, 133
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Undertaking New Works, 267; Rails 152 lb. to Yard Adopted, 515; Installations Cab Signals, 47
  • Pullman Cars on Railways, Life of, 15
  • Radium from Pitchblende on East Shore of Great Bear Lake, Possibilities being Studied of Obtaining, 347
  • Rail Motor Coach Made from Converted " Ford " Chassis on Jamnagar and Dwarka Railway, 681
  • Railway Benevolent Fund Dinner, Sir Ralph Wodgewood's Appreciation of Work of all Ranks, 515
  • Railway Companies and Road Transport, 213, 459, 543
  • Railway Companies Asked to Consider Report on Main Line Electrification, 599
  • Railway Electrification and Reduction in Labour, 543
  • Railway Facilities Extended in Hudson Bay District of Canada Helps Interest in Iron Ore Deposits of Belcher Islands, 627
  • Railway from Kirin to Tungkiang, Proposed, 599
  • Railway Marshalling Yards at Congella, Durban, Equipped with System of Flood Lighting, 599
  • Railway Metals of 130 lb. now Rolled in Canada by Dominion Steel Company, 187
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, No Alteration or Amendments of Rates, 515
  • Railway Rates Tribunal on Charges of Four Grouped Companies, Review by, 707
  • Railway Returns for 1868 and 1869, Delay in 1868 Report being Published, 187
  • Railway Servants Support of Companies in Efforts to Obtain Powers for Road Transport, 573
  • Railway Signalling Effecting Economies on the Railways, 433
  • Railway Sleepers all Creosoted in Italy, 543
  • Railway Workship being Constructed at Matsuyama, Taiwan, 459
  • Railwaymen's Hours of Working, 433
  • Railwaymen's Pay and Conditions of Service, Review by National Wages Board, 77
  • Railways and Renewal and Repairs to Locomotives During Year 1930, 515
  • Rainfall Decreases at Tacoma, U.S.A., Causes Concern Among Local Hydro-electric Engineers, 47
  • Refrigerating Purposes, Solid Carbon Dioxide to be Produced on Large Scale at Billingham, 707
  • Resistance to Sea Water of Ropes Made from Sisal and Manila, Imperial Institute Research Work on, 347
  • Road Transport Undertakings of Four Railway Companies, Results of Working, 433
  • Rock Drills on the Rand, Cost of Tempering and Hardening, 77
  • Roller Shutters for Ends of Corridor Coaches, 627
  • Röntgen Ray Tube 'Working at 400,000 Volts, 77
  • Rubber Plantations. Area Occupied and Output, 187
  • Rubber Service Laboratory of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Opening at Blackley, Manchester, 235
  • Rutherford, Sir Ernest, Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science Conferred by New Zealand University, 105
  • Signal Lights for Traffic Control in London, 159
  • Sleeper Treatment Plant at Bhadravati Mysore State, 187
  • South African Railways, Annual Report, 105
  • South African Railways, Annual Report, Locomotives to be Designed by Chief Mechanical Engineers in South Africa, 293
  • South African Railways, High Price of Current Supplied for Electrification by Electricity Supply Commission, 319
  • Southern Railway
  • Annual Report for 1930. 213
  • "Atlantic Coast" Express to Run on Sun- days During Summer Months, 681
  • Carriage Repairs at Lancing Works, Great Reduction in Time Occupied, 433
  • Coal Carried from Kent Coalfields During 1930, 213
  • Cost of Railway Electrification to Brighton, Sir Herbert Walker's Announcement on, 77
  • Electrically Operated Trains Increase During 1930, 213
  • Ferry Boat Service Between England and France, 599
  • London and Bournemouth, All-Pullman Service During Summer, 543
  • Passenger Traffic at London Area Stations During Rush Hours, 239
  • Southampton and the Dock Extensions, 213
  • Steamer " Cote D'Azur " Placed in Service for " Golden Arrow " Express, 487
  • Steamer Ordered for Channel Islands Service to have Twin-screw Geared Turbines, 239
  • Walker, Sir Herbert, on Interest of Railways in Road Transport and Air Transport, 15
  • Streamlining of Light Inter-urban Cars, 681
  • Street Traffic Signals in Oxford-street, 213
  • Street Traffic Signals, British Manufacturers now Able to Supply, 543
  • Sub-stations for Osaka Municipal Rapid Transport Railway, 15
  • Summer Time, Clocks Changed at 7100 Railway Stations and 11,300 Signal-boxes, 433
  • Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Railway, Improvements at Hamilton, 293
  • Trackless Trolley Omnibuses for Calgary, Alberta, 293
  • Train Ferry Across Yangtze River, Nanking, 459
  • Train Ferry Developments Between England and Continent, 405
  • Tramway Track Layout of Leeds Corporation Contains 46 Tons of Manganese Steel, 707
  • Transport Facilities at Brighton, 15
  • Tube Railway Contemplated for Liverpool, 707
  • Tunnel from Wolfe's Avenue Termini,
  • Quebec, to Join Main Line at. St. Malo, 15
  • Twenty Ton Wagons and Collieries and
  • Private Sidings, Use of, 15
  • Underground Railways :
  • Extension Elephant and Castle to Camberwell and Improvements at Chancery-lane and Post Office Stations; 319
  • Overcrowding of Trains during Rush Hours on City and South London Railway, 459
  • Safety of Trains on Underground Railways, New Posters Designed, 77
  • " Underground " Group Annual Report, Metropolitan-District Report Interesting, 347
  • " Underground " Growth of Staffs and Work, 599
  • Ventilation on London Underground Railways, 681
  • Use of Pneumatic Tires on Railways, Experiments by Michelin Company in France, 159
  • Wages of Shopmen Employed by Railway Companies not Subject to National Wages Board, :347

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  • ST. LAWRENCE, Development, of International Section, 105
  • St. Lawrence Power Development Commission's New Scheme for Power Production, 133
  • Salmon Catch for 1930 in Canada Constitutes a Record, 293
  • Scientific Research and Use of Rockets, 159
  • Seaplanes for International Air Line Across Atlantic, 159
  • Sewage Scheme for Paisley Town Council, 681
  • Shale Oil Areas to be Developed in South Africa, 15
  • Shark Fishing Industry Started near Bluff, Natal, 573

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS

  • " Britannic " White Star Motor Passenger Liner Breaks her own Record, 573
  • Dredger " Midland " Launched for Canadian Dredging Company, by Canadian Vickers, Ltd., 681
  • Electrically Propelled Ferry Boat for Suez Canal Company, 707
  • Ferry Boat " Charlottetown " Launched, the Largest Vessel Built in Canada, 653, 681
  • Geared Turbine Drive Tug on Great Lakes, 433
  • Motor Tanker " Cliona," Anglo-Saxon Oil, Launched, 571
  • Oldest Ironclad Afloat, Portuguese Armoured Cruiser " Vasco de Gams," 459
  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Motor Liner " Reins del Pacifico " Makes Record on First Voyage to Valparaiso, 582
  • Placing of Orders for Ships by Soviet Government, Shipbuilding Employers' Federation Deputation, 375
  • Reinforced Concrete Sailing Yacht Built in Sweden, 433
  • River Steamers Sailing Under Chinese Flag, Dollar Company of America Endeavour to Arrange with Chinese Government for Service of. 375
  • Shipment of Grain from Port of Churchill on Hudson Bay, Testa to take Place Next September, 213
  • Shipment of 150 Tons of Solid Carbon Dioxide from Tampico, Mexico. to New York City, 187
  • Shipping Business at Shanghai during 1930, 681
  • Ships, Bracketless System. 126 Ships Now Built, 267
  • Ships with Aeroplane Landing Stages now Under Construction in Spain, 543
  • Slipway Capable of Dealing with Vessels up to 2300 Tons being Built at Mombasa, 573
  • Steering Gear for New Cunarder, 668
  • Swan, Sir Joseph Wilson. Plaque to Memory of, to be Placed in Sunderland Central Library, 599
  • Symington Centenary Celebrations, 303
  • Twin-screw Motorship " Concepcion " for Argentine Navigation Company, 159
  • Submarine " V. 6 ' of United States Navy Reaches Depth of 336ft., 405
  • SILICOSIS and Asbestosis, Medical Scheme for Examination and Certification of Cases of, 653
  • Silicosis, The Protection of Workers from, 105
  • Silk Mill at Port Moody, near Vancouver, Proposal to Erect, 15
  • Silver Mine Discovered near Hsuanhua, China, 594
  • Sisal Competition at. Nairobi. Results Announced, 133
  • Sisal Hemp for Manufacture High-grade Cardage, 239
  • Sodium Sulphate from Dried up Lakes in Canada Exceeds 30,000 Tons a Year, 627
  • Soft Woods Exported from British Columbia, Qualities of Principal, 543
  • Soviet Government and Disposal Abroad of Technical Inventions by Soviet Citizens, 433
  • Speed Limitations, Adoption of Methods to Enforce Obedience to, 133
  • Speeds of Elevators in New York Building, 267
  • Statistics of Electricity and Materials Used Yearly by Ashington Coal Company, Ltd., 599
  • Steam Accumulator for Greenock Sugar Factory Launched in River and Towed to Factory, 573
  • Steel Wire at High Speeds, Drawing, 681
  • Stockholm Harbpur Improvement for Year 1931, 47
  • Strength of Pedestals or Stools for Building Columns Built up of Plates Welded Together. 159
  • Submerged Combustion for Central Heating Systems, 101
  • Sugar Produced from Wood by Professor Bergius's Process in Russia, 459
  • Sulphur Deposit to be Worked in Papua, 573 ,
  • Sulphuric Acid Plant at Copper Cliff. near Sudbury. Ontario, has Output 150 Tons Acid Daily, 159
  • Sulphuric Acid Production in Belgium During , 1929 Shows Increase over Previous Years, 627
  • Swedish Industries Fair at Gothenburg, 487
  • Swiss Watch and Clock Manufacturers to Produce Typewriters and Calcuating Machines, 15
  • Sydney, Nova Scotia, and Sydney, New South Wales, Delay in Incorrectly Addressing Mails, 650
  • Synthetic Acetic Acid Manufacture in Italy, 543

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  • TALKING Beacon on Little Cumbrae 458
  • Tall Chinmeys in Sudbury District, Northern Ontario, Assist Mapping, Engineering or Forestry Operation, 487
  • Tanna Tunnel, Resumption of Boring on Final Section, 433
  • Tantalum, Commercial Development of, 187
  • Tantahun, Knowledge of, 15
  • Teak Forests of Java, Area of, 47
  • Technical Society and Taking Out Patent Rights, 627
  • Technical Training of Foundrymen and Patternmakers, 637
  • Technological Investigations in Australia, 491

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Automatic Telephone Apparatus Manufacture in Poland, Factory to be Constructed for, 627
  • H.M. the King's Hand Micro Telephone for Use in Buckingham Palace, the Two Millionth Telephone Installed by Post Office, 707
  • Long-distance Telephone Service from London, 375
  • Submarine Telephone Cable to be Laid between Hong Kong and Kowloon, 375
  • Telegraph, Telephone and Power Transmission Lines, Home-grown Larch Poles for, 293
  • Telephone Expansion in Spain, 487
  • Telephone Improvements, Typewriter Sends Written Messages, 239
  • Telephone Installations Increased to Two Millions in Great Britain During May, 543
  • Telephone Service Between England and Oslo, 543
  • Telephone System Extended, German -Swedish, 105
  • Telephone System of Hull the Only Municipal-owned in Great Britain, 681
  • Telephone Systems to be Developed in Canada During 1931, 319
  • Telephones in Great Britain at End of Financial Year, 653
  • Telephones in Great Britain Compared with other Countries, 653
  • Telephones in Rural Railway Stations, 347
  • TELESCOPE, Interior Focussing, Utilised by Geodetic Survey of Canada Exclusively on Precise and Control Levelling Operations, 347
  • Temperature of Solids and Flames, Methods for Estimating, 77
  • Temperature Variation During Descent into the Earth, 213
  • Testing Loads on Experimental Three-storey Steel Building at Watford, 433
  • Thames to Trent Waterways, Grand Union Canal Company Seek Powers to Purchase Three More Canals, 560
  • Thermal Properties of Saturated Water and Steam, 47
  • Thermionic Relay Operation, Requirements for, 105
  • Timber Exported from Soviet Russia to Memel Provides Employment to about 2000 Men. 133
  • Timber Felled During 1929, Value of, 627
  • Timber, Russian, Import of. 347
  • Timber Trade Federation of United Kingdom at Importation of Russian Timber, 347
  • Tin-plate, " Hot Dipping " Process of Coating Not Fully Developed, 293
  • Tin Production in Bolivia, Further Cut in Quota on 1929 Production of 33 per Cent., 653
  • Tractor Operator and Amount of Work Covered in Day Compared with Man Working Walking Plough, 543
  • Trade Commissioner at Singapore to Visit England, 543
  • Trasenster, Monsieur Gustave, Death of, in his Seventy-sixth Year, 133
  • Tungsten Ore Deposits of Gardonia, S. Africa, 707
  • Tungsten Ore Exported from Federated Malay States during 1929, 213
  • Tunnel to he Bored under Entrance to Vancouver Harbour for Conveyance of Water, 347
  • Tunnel to be Driven between Gold Mines in Ontario, 653

U

  • ULTRA-VIOLET Rays on the Chicken Farm Increased Egg-laying Capacity, 573
  • University College, Details of Courses at, 502
  • University College, London, Annual Report, 279
  • Use of Geophysical Methods by Geologists and Engineers, 441

'*V

  • V. D. I. Celebrates Seventy-fifth Year of Publication, 89
  • Vanadium Exported from Rhodesia, 405

W

  • WASTE Material front Grain Elevators to be -Utilised for Soap Making, Fertilisers, &c., 627
  • Water Gas as Fuel and as Source of Hydrogen. 627
  • Water Power Development in Canada, Capital in Invested in, 487
  • Water Power of Imatra Falls in Finland for Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen. 543
  • Water Power Resources of Sweden, 511

WATER SUPPLY

  • Water Areas of Canada, 347
  • Water Supply for Quebec, Large Covered Reservoir to be Constructed on the Plains of Abraham for, 573
  • Water Supply for San Francisco, Gunite Used for Lining Portions of Hetch Hetchy 28-mile Aqueduct Tunnel, 194
  • Water Supply for Sangywa, Rangoon, Artificial Lake to be Constructed for. 77
  • Water Supply of Harrismith, South Africa, Furrow 900 Yards Long Constructed at Gibson Dam. 480
  • Water Supply of Municipality of Satara in Bombay Presidency, 159
  • Waterworks at Amoy, China, 573
  • Waterworks, Manchester, Water Pipes Made from Ternary-lead Alloy being Laid, 267
  • Waterworks Scheme for Wuchang, 459
  • WELLAND Ship Canal Operates on its Own Hydro-electric Plant, 653

WELDING

  • Oxy-acetylene Welding of Rotary Kiln, 187
  • Welding of Large Diameter Heavy-wall Pipe by Electric-Resistance Method in America, 599
  • Welding Rods of 133-14 per cent. Manganese give Steel Articles Wear-resisting Surfaces, 627
  • Welding Wrought Iron Pipe with Blow-pipe. Instructions for, 187
  • WHALE Oil Business in the Antarctic, 573
  • Whales, Anglo-Norwegian Holdings Fleet Make Great Catch of, 47, 187. 239
  • Wire Rope Produced in South Africa Supply Three-fifths of S.A. Requirements, 681
  • Wire Used in Manufacture of Mining Ropes, Experiments on Strength of, 599

WIRELESS

  • See Telegraphy and Telephony
  • Radio Apparatus to be Manufactured in New Factory in Montreal, 653
  • Radio Station to be Constructed at Shasi, 573
  • Wireless and Sound Direction Apparatus for Navigational Purposes, Station to be Erected at Cape Mendozino, California, 573
  • Wireless Apparatus in United States, Consumption of Steel and Copper in Construction of, 599
  • Wireless Station at St. Nazaire, Most Powerful in France, 433
  • Wireless Station Opened at Sottens in Swiss Canton of Vaud, 347
  • Wireless Telegraphy Service between Long Island and Cuba Inaugurated, 487
  • WORK of Forest Service of Canadian Department of Interior during 1930, 239
  • Working Men's Tours to Continental Industrial Centres, :399

Z

  • ZINC Industry, General Account of, 133

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