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NAMES

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D

  • DAIMLER Company, Ltd., Engines, Poppet and Sleeve Valve, 538
  • Daimler Company, Ltd., Omnibus, Double-deck, 538
  • Daimler Company, Ltd., Six-cylinder 16-20 H.P. 35 H.P. Daimler Car, 432; 15-18 H.P. Lanchester Car, 432; Hub. Brake and Valve Gear, Lanchester Car, 432
  • Davies, Dr. S. J., New Typo of .High-speed Heavy Oil Engine, 414
  • Davies, Dr. S. J., Some Characteristics of High-speed Heavy Oil Engines, 656, 681
  • Davy Brothers, Ltd., Forging Press for Russia, 417
  • Delco Remy and Hyatt, Ltd.. Paint-spraying Plant, 684
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Engine and Gear-box for " Lance " Chassis, 540
  • Diskon Gear, Ltd., Variable-speed Friction Gear, 250
  • Dorr Company, Ltd., Rotary Filter, 64
  • Drewry Car Co, Ltd., Petrol Engine
  • Driven Rail Coach for Bermuda Railway, 320, 359
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Novel Design of High-speed Steam Engine, 525
  • Duffield Coal Products, Ltd., Powdered Coal Plant for Spain, 634
  • Durban's Water Supply, 674

E

F

  • "FAIRBOTTOM Bobs," Newcomen Engine in Dearborn Museum, 303
  • Fodens, Ltd., Wagon, Speed-Twelve Rigid Six-wheel, 523
  • Ford Motor Company, Farm Utility Truck, 34
  • Fosters, Single-cylinder Steam Traction Engine, 31
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Oil Engine, 90 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Heavy, 84
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 6-Ton Crude Oil Lorry, 8
  • Furness, Withy and Co., Ltd.. Electrically Propelled Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 572, 576, 577, 592. 593, 630

G

  • GARNER Motors, Ltd., Chassis, 3-Ton Rigid Six-wheel, 524
  • Garrett, Richard, and Sons, Ltd.. Tractor, 42 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 523
  • Garrett, Richard, and Sons, Ltd., Wagon,"Garrett " Rigid Six-wheel Steam, 524
  • Gatineau, Quebec, Steam Plant at Paper Mills, 270, 274
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Electrically Propelled Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 572, 576, 577
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Portable Electric Farm Motor, 84
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Remote Control Switchgear at Woolwich, 76
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Transformer On-load Tap changing Gear, 604
  • Gennovilliers Power Station, Boilers at, 429
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., Pipe Line Carried Across Bascule Bridge at Bangkok, 244
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 144, 148, 165, 170, 190, 191, 196, 218. 222, 239, 246
  • Great Western Railway " Whitewash " Coach, 101
  • Gwynnes Pumps. Ltd., Petrol-driven Fire Pump Trailer, 31, 33

H

I

J

  • JOHNSTON Brothers, Boiler, 300-Gallon Capacity Weir,,for Tar, 564
  • Johnston Brothers, Super-mobile Dryer, 564

K

  • KEARSLEN.' Power Station of Lancashire Power Co, 134, 135 210 (Two-page Supplement, July 31st, 1931, and August 7th, 1931)
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Gas Washers for Electric Power Stations, 500
  • Kershaw, J. B. C.; Present Position of Fuel Oil Industries, 140
  • Key Engineering Co, Ltd., Portable Hydraulic Classifier, 469
  • King, Charles R., Perkins' Hermetic Tube Boilers, 405

L

  • LACEY, J. M., Flowing Water, 3, 481, 508
  • Lagonda, Ltd., 3-Litre Lagonda Car, 431
  • Lancashire Dynamo Motor Co, Ltd., Enclosed Electric Motors. 152
  • Lancashire Power Co's Kearaley Power Station, 110, 134, 135 (Two-page Supplement, July 3181, 1931, and August 7th, 1931)
  • Lancia (England), Ltd.. Eight-cylinder Car, 433
  • Lane, Henry C., Press Tool and Fixture Design. 160, 186, 212, 236, 266, 292, 340, 368. 398, 426, 454, 480
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Burke-Scott Electric Welder, 48
  • Lead Wool Co, Ltd., Compressor, Portable Oil Engine-driven, 512
  • Leighton Buzzard Fatal Derailment, 38
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., " Cub " Goods Wagon Chassis, 488, 492
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Oil Engines, 8-litre and 10-litre. 488
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Automatic Lighting Plant, 31
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Oil Engine, Single cylinder Airless Injection, 511, 518
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Oil Engine, 10 H.P. Portable Spray Cooled, 513
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 18 H.P. Oil Engine, 31
  • Liverpool-East Lancashire Road, 2, 12
  • Llattelly Waterworks Extension, 403
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Double-exhaust Piston Valve, 101
  • London. Midland and Scottish Railway, Wagon for Transporting Locomotives, 47
  • London and North Eastern Railway, Tank Engine Conversion, 178

M

N

  • National Gas Engine Co, Ltd. c 15 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 32, 33
  • National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 54 B.H.P. Solid-injection Engine, :33
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Crane, " Rapid," 566
  • Neal, R. H.. and Co., Ltd., Crane, Rubber-tired Mobile, 565
  • Newcomen Engine " Fairbottom Bobs," 303
  • Newton-le-Willows, Water Softening Plant at, T. Rowland Wollaston, 471
  • Norton Co, Grinding Wheels Factory at Welwyn Garden City, 604
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  • OERLIKON Company. Four-winding Three-phase, 50-cycle Transformer, 304
  • Oerlikon Company, High-tension Testing Equipment, 194
  • Oerlikon Company, Mercury Arc Rectifiers, 622 7
  • " Omo " High-speed Heavy-oil Engine, Dr. S. J. Davies, 414

P

  • Panama Canal Developments, 202
  • Paris Exhibition, The Metropolitan Building. 120, 127
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Inverted Condenser, 117
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., 20,000 kW Duplex Exhaust Steam Turbine, 464, 468
  • Parsons, C. A.. and Co., Ltd., 50,000 kW Turbo-generator Sets for Dunston Power Station, 542, 546
  • Parsons. C. A., and Co., Ltd.. Visit to Heaton Works of. 542, 546
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co, Ltd.. Petrol Engine, 110- 120 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, High-speed, 433 V
  • Pegson, Ltd., Breaker, Blake Type, High-speed. 565 V
  • Pegson, Ltd., Grader, Chipping, 565 V
  • Pegson. Ltd.. Screen for Gravel, 565 V
  • Pegson, Ltd., Screen " Live Wire," 565 V
  • Perkins' Hermetic Tube Boilers, Charles R. King, 405
  • Petters, Ltd., Petrol Engine. " Twin-Four." V Air-cooled, 550
  • Petters, Ltd., 7 H.P. Atomic Engine. 34, 35 V
  • Port Elizabeth, New Harbour, 596
  • Pneumatic Conveyance and Extraction (1929), Ltd., New Form of Grit Catcher, 45
  • Power Plant Co. Ltd., McLeod-Richards V Thread Milling Machine. 459
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, 565

R

  • Raleigh Cycle Co, Ltd., Motor Cycle Truck and Trailer, 537
  • Rand %VI:4er Board, Annual Report, 224
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Concrete Mixer, 550
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Excavator, Hall Cubic Yard, 550
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Chassis, Six-wheel Trolley Omnibus, 539
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., " Ramsome-Garrett " Propeller Shaft and Universal Joint, 539
  • Robeys, Ltd., Oil-engine Compressor Unit. 124, 125, 126
  • Robinson, Thos., and Sons, Ltd., Motor-driven Tenoning Machine, 554, 555
  • Rolls-Royce. Ltd., Chassis of 40-50 H.P. Car, 431
  • Ross Patents, Ltd., Screen, Roller Bar. .549 A
  • Rover Company, Ltd., Six-cylinder 12 H.P.Car, "Pilot," 433; Four-seater 6.97 H.P.- An engined Car, 432
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Airless-injection A Crude Oil Engine, 32, 33
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Locomotive, 10 A H.P., Oil Engine Driven. 511, 512
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Roller, Light Oil A Engine Driven, 511, 518
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 6000-Gallon DiaAphragm Pump, 34
  • Ruston-Bucyrus. Ltd.. Caterpillar Mounting for Excavators, 175
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.. Excavator. Half Cubk Yard, 514
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.. Excavator, 160 13.H.1'. Oil-drivon Drag Line, 525

S

T

  • Tangyes, Ltd., 110 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 566
  • Tangyes, Ltd.. Pump. Electrically Driven.Vertical-spindle. Centrifugal, Marino Pattern. 566
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Double-deck Omnibus Chassis. 486, 492; Launch, 38ft. High-speed, with Two 110 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Engines, 433; Oil Engine, 80-100 B.H.P. High-speed Heavy, 433; Petrol Engine, 85 to 98 H.P. Six-cylinder, 486, 487; Yacht's Tender, 14ft., 6 B.H.P., " Wats, mots " Engine, 433
  • Transport Engineering and Equipment Co, Portable Locomotive Weighing Machine, 660
  • Tungstone Co Air-operated Pump for Corrosive Liquids, 65

V

  • Vargon Power Station, Sweden, 434
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd. Electrically Propelled Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 572, 576, 577
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd Tractor Truck, Cardon-Loyd, 522 6

W

  • WEIR, G. and .1.. Ltd., Works Laboratory at Cathcart, 682
  • Wiggins Ponton Roofs for Oil Tanks, 229
  • Winget, Ltd., Cqucrete Mixer, 564
  • Winget, Ltd., Pump, Twin Sin. Diaphragm, 564 1Viseman, Alfred, Ltd., Engines, High-speed Compression Ignition, 433, 434; Pump, "Venus " Fuel, 433, 434
  • Wollaston, T. Roland, Water-softening Plant at Newton-le-Willows, 471
  • Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd., Six-cylinder, 21-60 H.P. Car, 401; Six-cylinder. Four-door Saloon " Hornet," 401, 410; 16-60 H.P. Car " Viper." 401
  • Woodstock, Electrical Distribution at, Callenders Cable and Construction Co. 301

Y

SUBJECTS

A

  • AERO-ENGINE Testing Plant, Heenan and Fronde, Ltd., 177
  • Agricultural Tractor. Oil-engined, Marshall.Sons and Co., Ltd.. 10
  • Air Flow Measurement, 1 U Type Nozzle. 650; (Note). 690
  • Aluminium, Some Practical Notes on Jointing,
  • A. J. T. Bytes, 618
  • Arc-welded Factory Building in Canada, 617, 626
  • Arc-welding Electrode Holder, Atomic Hydrogen, 89 13

B

  • BAROMETER, Improved Fortin, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 252

BOILERS :

  • Boiler, 300-Gallon Capacity Weir Tar, Johnston Brothers, 564
  • Boilers, Perkins Hermetic Tube, Charles R. King, 405
  • Boilers at Clyde's Mill Power Station, Strain and Robertson, Test Report. 551
  • Boilers at Gonnevilliers Power Station, 429
  • BREAKER, Blake Type High-speed, Pogson. Ltd., 565
  • British Coal-handling Plant near Shanghai Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd., 90, 94 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1931)

C

  • CALORISING, Colorising Corporation of Great Britain, 139
  • Canal, Panama, Developments, 202
  • Caterpillar Mounting for Excavators, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 175
  • Centrifuge, Steam Turbine-driven, Industrial Waste Eliminators. Ltd., 63
  • Classifier, Portable Hydraulic, Key Engineering Company, Ltd., 469

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • Coal Cutter, British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd.. 388
  • Coal Cutter, Electric Longwall, " Sullivan " Type, 387
  • Coal Cutter, " Hurd " Chain Longwall. 386
  • Coal Cutter, Chain Longwall, British Jelin.). Diamond Type. 387
  • Coal Cutters, Electric Longwell, 387
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at Sheffield, 386
  • Coal-handling Plant Near Shanghai, Mitchell
  • Conveyor and Transporter Company. Ltd., 90, 94 (Two-page Supplement. July 24th, 1931)
  • COMPRESSOR, Portable, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 549
  • Compressor, Portable Oil Engine-driven, Lead Wool Company, Ltd., 512
  • Compressor, Two-stage Air-cooled, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 513
  • Compressor Unit, Oil Engine, Robeys, Ltd.. 124, 125, 126
  • Concrete Core Drilling Machine. Holman Brothers, Ltd., 178
  • Concrete Crib Work, Retaining Walls of, at Hoboken, 482
  • Concrete Mixer, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.. 550
  • Concrete Mixer. Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 566
  • Concrete Mixer, Winget, Ltd., 564
  • Concrete Mixing and Distributing Plant, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd.,566
  • Condenser, The Inverte. C. A. Parsons and Co.. Ltd., 117
  • Conveyor, Blackett Scraper Chain, British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., 388
  • Coupling, Flexible, 378
  • Crane for Cape Town, 60-Ton Floating, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 684
  • Crane, " Rapid," R. H. Neal and Co.. Ltd., 566
  • Crane, Rubber-tired Mobile, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., 565

D

  • Dryer, Super-Mobile, Johnston Brothers, 564

E
ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Alternator, Ferranti's. 1882. 329
  • Alternator Stator Under Construction at Heaton Works, 542
  • Beauharnois Power Station, Progress at. 472
  • Combined Motor Starting and Power Factor Correcting Panel. Electric Construction Company, Ltd., 276
  • Contact Stud and Insulator, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 544
  • Control Panel, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 544
  • Dunston Power Station, Parsons 50,000-kW Turbo-generator Sets for, 542, 546
  • Dynamo, Brush, 1878, 383
  • Dynamo, Pacinotti's, 1860, 328
  • Dynamo, Wilde's, 1863, 329
  • Electric Driving Gear, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 386
  • Electric Generating Station at Yallourn, Lignite-operated 28,40
  • Electric Hoist, Double-drum, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 513
  • Electric Motors, Enclosed, Lancashire Dynamo Motor Company, Ltd., 152
  • Electric Tools, Demonstration Workshop for, 89
  • Electric Welder, Burke-Scott, Laurence Scott and Electrornotors, Ltd., 48
  • Electrical Distribution at Woodstock, Callendors Cable and Construction Company, 301
  • Electrical Installations at Tunbridgo Wells,
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., 660
  • Electro-magnetic Engine, 1832, Sturgeon's, 349
  • Electrode Boiler. 383
  • Faraday Exhibition at Royal Albert Hall, 300, 328, 348, 383
  • Generator, 1844, Woolrich's, 383
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme. 144, 148, 165, 170. 190, 191, 196, 218, 222, 239. 246
  • "Grid " Transformer with On-load Tap-changing Gear, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 542
  • High-tension Testing Equipment, Oerlikon Company, 194
  • Induction Coils, 1835. Henry's, 349

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • Kearsley Power Station of Lancashire Power Company, 110, 134, 135 (Two-page Supplements, .July 3181, 1931, and August 7th, 1931)
  • Magnoto-electric Machine, 1833, Saxton's, 328
  • Mercury Arc Rectifiers, Oerlikon Company, 622
  • Metal Rectifier Applications. 241
  • Meter Model, Wright's, 348
  • Motor-driven Tenoning Machine, T. Robinson and Sons, Ltd., 554, 555
  • Power Station at Vargon. Sweden, 434
  • Power Station Model at Faraday Exhibition, B.E.A.M.A., 328
  • Rectifier, Automatically Controlled, on London Underground Railway at Hendon, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 19
  • Rectifiers, Metal, Applications of, 241
  • Rotating Field Model, Arago's, 348
  • Rotating Field Model, Bally's, 348
  • Switch Fuses, Overhead Lino Pole Mounting, George Ellison, Ltd.. 526
  • Switchgear, Remote Control, at Woolwich, t General Electric Company, Ltd., 76
  • Transformer Breather, Silica Gel, 418
  • Transformer, Four-winding Three-phase 50-Cycle, Oerlikon Company, 304
  • Transformer On-load Tap-changing Gear, 1 General Electric Company, Ltd., 604
  • Transformer Tapping Switches, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 543
  • Turbo-generator Sot. for Brighton, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 526
  • Voltmeter, Ionic Wilt,I, 3

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • Engine. 7 H.Y. Atomic, Petters, Ltd., 34, 35
  • Oil Engine, Airless-injection Crude, Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine, Cold-starting, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine, The " Omo " High-speed, Heavy, Dr. S. J. Davies, 414 1 Oil Engine, Single-cylinder, Airless-injection, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 511, 518
  • Oil Engine, 15 B.H.P., National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine. 32 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Crude, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Engine, 54 B.H.P. Solid-injection, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 33
  • Oil Engine, 90 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Heavy, J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 84
  • Oil Engine. 110 B.H.P. Omo." Tangyes Ltd., 566
  • Oil Engine, 10 H.P. Portable Spray-cooled, R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd., 513
  • Oil Engine, 18 H.P., R. A. Lister and Co..Ltd., 31
  • Petrol Engine for Driving Portable Compressor, Atlantic Engine Company, Ltd., 549
  • Petrol Engine, " Twin-Four " Air-cooled, Petters, Ltd., 550
  • Engine, High-speed Steam, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 525
  • EXCAVATOR, Half Cubic Yard, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 565
  • Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, Ransomes and Rapier. Ltd., 550
  • Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 514
  • Excavator, Ruston-Bucyrus 160 B.H.P., Oil-driven Drag Line, 525
  • Excavators, Caterpillar Mounting for, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.. 175

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at Sheffield, 386
  • Faraday Exhibition at Royal Albert Hall, 300, 328, 339, 348. 383
  • International Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition at Olympia. 522
  • International Motor Car Show at Olympia, 400, 410, 430
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 511, 549, 564
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Warwick. 8, 31, 56, 84
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, 260, 284, 312, 341, 371 (Sixteen-page Supplement, September 11th, 1931)

F

  • FARM Utility Truck, Ford Motor Company, 34
  • Filter, Multiple-leaf, Manlove. Alliott and Co., Ltd., 64, 65
  • Filter, Rotary, Dorr Company, Ltd., 64
  • Fire Pump Trailer, Petrol-driven, Gwynnes, 31, 33
  • Flowing Water, J. M. Lacer, 3, 481, 508
  • Forging Press for Russia, bavy Brothers, Ltd., 417
  • Foundry for Light Iron Castings, John Harper and Co., Ltd., 268
  • Fuel Oil Industries, Present Position of, J. B. C. Kershaw, 1 46

G

  • GAS Compressor, The Winterthur, 88
  • Gas Distribution from French Coalfields, 87
  • Gas Washers for Electric Power Stations, J. B. C. Kershaw, 500
  • Gear, Variable Speed, Hardypick, Ltd., 386
  • Gear, Variable Speed Friction, Diskon Gear, Ltd., 250
  • Geophysical Surveying, Electric Generator for, Haslam and Newton, Ltd., 445
  • Geophysics, 112, 140, 161, 200. 213; (Leader), 121
  • Glass Silk as a Heat Insulator, Chance Brothers and Co.. Ltd., 150
  • Governor Feed for Sawing Machines, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 470
  • Grader, Chipping, Pogson, Ltd., 565
  • Granulator, Singie-toggle Type, Hadfields, Ltd., 511
  • Grinder, Rotary Pneumatic, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 549
  • Grinding Wheels Factory in Garden City, Norton Company. 604
  • Grit Catcher, Now Form of, Pneumatic Conveyance and Extraction (1929), Ltd.. 45

H

  • HARBOUR at Port Elizabeth, 596
  • Harvester and Thrasher, Combined, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Ltd., 9
  • Hoist. Double-drum Electric, Ingersoll-Rand. Company, Ltd., 513
  • Humanity Under the Hammer, Lieut.-Colonel E. Kitson Clark, 455
  • Hydro-electric Power Development, Scheme at Alexander. Ontario, 214, 215
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at BoauharnoiH. Progress at. 472

I

  • INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL MOTOR TRANSPORT EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA: 486, 522. 536, 537
  • Chassis, " Cub " Goods Wagon, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 488. 492
  • Chassis. Six-wheel Drive, Hardy Motors, Ltd., 489, 492
  • Chassis, Six-wheel Omnibus. Associated Equipment Company, Ltd.. 488. 492
  • Chassis, Six-wheel Trolley Omnibus. Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 539
  • Chassis. 3-ton Rigid Six-wheel, Garner Motors, Ltd., 524
  • Chassis. 250 B.H.P. Six-wheel Omnibus, Henschel and Sohn, A.G., 536. 537
  • Chassis, with Auxiliary Front Wheel Drive, Hardy Motors, Ltd., 489
  • Engine and Gear-box for " Lance " Chassis, Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 540
  • Oil Engine, High-speed Compression-ignition. Armstrong-Saurer, 538
  • Oil Engine with A.E.C.-Ricardo cylinder Head, 488
  • Oil Engines, 8-litre and 10-litre, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 488
  • Petrol Engine, 30-85 H.P.. Six-cylinder, Albion Motors, Ltd., 522
  • Petrol Engine. 85-98 Horse-power. Six-cylinder, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. 486, 487
  • Engines, Poppet Valves and Sleeve Valve, Daimler Company, Ltd., 538
  • Fuel Oil Strainer, Auto- Klean Strainers, Ltd., 522
  • Lorry, 12-ton. Six-wheel, Seammel Lorries, Ltd., 523
  • Motor Cycle Truck and Trailer, Raleigh Cycle Company, Ltd., 537
  • Omnibus, 32-seater, Single-deck, Albion Motors, Ltd., 522
  • Omnibus Body, 48-seater, Low-height. Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Finance Company, Ltd., 540
  • Omnibus Chassis, Double-deck, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 486, 492
  • Omnibus, Double-deck, Daimler Company, Ltd., 538
  • Propeller Shaft and Universal Joint, " Ransome-Garrett," Ransomos, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 539
  • Strainer, Fuel Oil, Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 522
  • Tractor, Six-wheel Drive, with 124 B.H.P. A.E.C. Engine, Hardy Motors, Ltd.. 489
  • Tractor Truck, Carden-Loyd, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 522
  • Tractor, 42 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine. R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 523
  • Wagon, " Garrett " Rigid Six-wheel Steam, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd. 524
  • Wagon, Light-Six Steam, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 537
  • Wagon, Shaft-driven, Six -wheel Steam."Sentinel " Waggon Works, Ltd., 541
  • Wagon, Speed-Twelve Rigid Six-wheel,Fodens. Ltd., 523

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA : 400, 430
Cars :

  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Six-cylinder Cars, 30 down to 12 H.P., 432
  • Austin Motor Company, Ltd., " Twelve-Six " Saloon, 401, 410
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., 20.9 H.P. Saloon, I 16.7 H.P. Saloon-de-Luxe, 10 H.P. Saloon, 431
  • Daimler Company, Ltd., 15-18 H.P. Lancheater Car, 431 ' • Six-cylinder, 16-20 H.P. to 35 H.P. Daimler, 432
  • Humber-Hillman Company, Four-cylinder 9.8 H.P. Car " Minx," 433
  • Lagonda, Ltd., 3-Litro Laixonda Car, 431
  • Lancia (England), Ltd.. Eight-cylinder Car, 433
  • Morgan,o Hastings, Ltd., Four-cylinder Car, Derby," 431
  • Morris Motors, Ltd.. Family-eight Saloon, 401, 410; " " Sports Saloon, 401. 410
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., Chassis of 40-50 H.P. Car, 431
  • Rover Company, Ltd., Four-seater 6.97 H.P. Engine Car, 432; Six-cylinder 12 H.P. Car " Pilot," 433
  • Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd., Six-cylinder. Four-door Saloon, " Hornet," 401, 410;
  • Six-cylinder, 21-60 H.P. Car, 401; 16-60
  • H.P. Car Viper," 401

Accessories :

  • Hub and Brake, Lanchester, 431
  • Pump, Petrol, Austin Motor Company, Ltd., 401, 402
  • Valve Gear, Lanchester. 432
  • Motor Boats and Marine Oil Engines : 433, 434
  • Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd., Boat
  • Motor Transom Drive, 434
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company. Ltd., Petrol Engine, 110-120 B. H. P.. Si x -cylinder. High-speed, 433

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA (continued)
Motor Boats and Marine Oil Engines (continued):

  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Launch, 38ft. , Two 110 B.H.P., Six-cylinder Engine, 433; Oil Engine, 80 to 100 B.H.P. High-speed Heavy, 433;
  • Yacht's Tender, 14ft., 6 B.H.P. " Watsmots " Engine, 433
  • Wiseman, Alfred, Ltd., Engines, High-speed Compression-ignition, 433, 434:
  • Pump, " Berns " Fuel, 433, 434
  • IRON Castings, Foundry for Light, John Harper and Co., Ltd., 268

J

  • JOINT, Universal, Emdo and Meissner, 445
  • Joists, Models of Built-up, Brunton and Trier, Ltd., 276

L

  • LABORATORY for Cathcart Works of G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 682
  • Laws of Ship Resistance, G. S. Baker, 534, 562, 588, 614, 642, 668
  • Lighting Plant, Automatic, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.. 31
  • Lignite-operated Electric Generating Station at Yallourn, 28, 40
  • Loading Slide and Scraper, Sullivan Machinery Company, 387, 388

LOCOMOTIVES :

  • Internal Combustion Shunting Locomotive, Avonside Engine Company, Ltd., 390
  • Links in History of the Locomotive, R. N. Appleby Miller, 298
  • Locomotive Boiler-washing Plant at Stratford, Economical Boiler Washing Company, Ltd., 553
  • Locomotive Experimental Station at Grtmewald, German State Railways, 73
  • Locomotive Experimental Station, Pennsylvania Railroad, 73
  • Locomotive Experimental Station, Proposed British, 75
  • Locomotive Experimental Station, Proposed French Railways, 74
  • Locomotive Testing Plant, G.W. Railway, Swindon, 73
  • Locomotive Weighing Machine, Portable, Transport Engineering and Equipment Company, 660
  • Locomotive, 10 H.P. Oil Engine Driven, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 511, 512
  • Narrow-gauge Geared Articulated Locomotive, Avonside Engine Company, Ltd., 496
  • Oil-electric Locomotive for Siam, Sulzer Brothers, 151
  • Tank Engine Conversion on the London and North-Eastern Railway, 178
  • Three-cylinder Tank Engines for Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., 601 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1931)
  • LONDON Waters, Report on, 163, 198
  • Lorry, 6-Ton Crude Oil, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 8
  • Lorry, Steam, Refrigerating Plant on, " Sentinel " Waggon Works, Ltd., 18

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • Heading Machine, Universal, Anderson, Boyes and Co., Ltd., 387
  • Lathe, 33in. Swing Combination Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 598, 603
  • Thread Milling Machine, McLeod-Richards Power Plant Company, Ltd., 459
  • Press Tool and Fixture Design, Henry C. Lane, 100, 186, 212, 236, 266, 292, 340, 368, 398, 426, 454, 480
  • MANUFACTURE and Use of Steel Itailwts Sleepers, Raymond Carpmael, 644, 645, 671'; (Leader), 653
  • Manure Carrier, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 33

MAPS :

  • Alexander, Ontario, Hydro-Electric Power Development Scheme, Site of Main Dam and Power-house, 215
  • British Coal-handling Plant Near Shanghai, Key Plan of Coal-handling Plant and Storage Ground, 91
  • Cape Town, Plan of Alterations at, 152
  • Chart, World Production of Mineral Oil, 146
  • Durban's Water Supply, Site of Proposed Reservoir on Umgeni River, 674
  • Durban's Water Supply, Sketch Map Showing Catchment Areas, 675
  • Equipotontial Lino Survey in Northern Rhodesia, 163
  • Gas Distribution from French Coalfields, Route of Gas Main, 87
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme : Arrangement of Tail Race from Powerhouse, 240; Ericht Dam, Plan and Profile, 165; Rannock Power Plant, Diagrammatic Plan and Profile of, 149;
  • River Crossing, Plan Profile and Details of, 191
  • Gravity Survey Over Salt Dome in Texas, 141, 142
  • Gravity Survey Over Salt Dome with Cap-Rock of Anhydrite, 142
  • Harbour Works at Port Elizabeth, 596
  • Hydrographical Survey Stations on River Teen, 407
  • Koarsley Power Station of Lancashire Power Company, Site of, 110
  • Leighton Buzzard Derailment, Site of, 38
  • Links in the History of the Locomotive, Portion of Colliery Map, Early Nineteenth Century, 299
  • Liverpool-East Lancashire Road, Route of, 2
  • MAPS (continued):
  • LlanoIly Waterworks Extension, Map Showing Positions of Gathering Gro.unds, 403
  • Load Chart of Rectifier and Rotary Convertor Working in Parallel During a System Disturbance, 20
  • Magnetic Traverse Over Serpentine, 114
  • Magnetic Survey Over Swynnerton Dyke, 114
  • Panama Canal, Proposed Madden Dam, 202
  • Rand Water Board, Map Showing Area Covered by the Board's Operations, 225
  • Results of Gravitational Survey at Hanigsen.Germany. 141, 142
  • River Thames, Map of Tidal Portion of, 495
  • Shanghai Waterworks Extensions, General Plan, 650
  • Silent Valley Reservoir, Plan of, 118
  • Speedometer Record and Profile of Line Trial Run of Oil-electric Railway Coach on. L. and N.B. Railway, 659
  • Spontaneous Polarisation Survey in Cyprus. 161
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, Route of Proposed, 484
  • METALLURGICAL Plant at Copper Cliff, Ontario. 427, 438
  • Mole Drainer for Tractor Haulage, J. and F. Howard, Ltd., 10
  • Motor, Portable Electric Farm, General Electric Company, Ltd., 84
  • Mowing Machine with Automatic Lubrication, Bamfords, Ltd., 85
  • Mowing Machine with Forced Lubrication, Harrison, McGregor and Co., Ltd., 85

N

  • NUT Forging Machine, H. Maplethorpe, 515

O

  • OX-ACETYLENE Cutting Machine, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 56

P

  • PAINT Spraying Plant, Delco-Remy and Hyatt, Ltd., 684
  • Paper Mills, Steam Plant at Gatineau, 270, 274
  • Pipe Plant, Sand Spun, Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Ltd., 322, 324
  • Pneumatic-tired Rail Coach, Michelin, 243
  • Pontoon Roofs for Oil Tanks, The Wiggins, 229
  • Powdered Coal Plant for Spain, Duffield Coal Products, Ltd., 634
  • Press, Humphris Toggle, Mass Products, Ltd., 632
  • Press, Hydraulic Straightening, Hollings and Guest, Ltd., 390

PUMPS :

  • Pump. Air-driven Centifugal, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd.. 549
  • Pump, Electrically Driven Vertical Spindle Centrifugal Marine Type, Tangyes Ltd., 566
  • Pump, Electrically Operated Farm, J. Harrison and Co. (Liverpool), Ltd., 179
  • Pump for Corrosive Liquids, Air-operated,Tungatono Company, 65
  • Pump Gear, D. Brown and Sons, Ltd., 252
  • Pump, 6000-Gallon Diaphragm, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 34
  • Pump. Stationery Fire. Merryvveather and Sons, Ltd., 102
  • Pump, Twin Sin. Diaphragm, Wingot, Ltd., 564
  • Pumps, High-pressure Feed, at Bradford, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 442

R
RAILWAYS :

  • Automatic Train Control on Southern Railway. Strowger-Rudd System, 332
  • Fatal Derailment at Leighton Buzzard, 38
  • Oil-electric Railway Coach, 250 B.H.P., Sir W. (I. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 658
  • Rail Coach, Michelin Pneumatic-tired. 243
  • Rail Coach for Argentine Transandine Railway, Hardy Motors, Ltd., 116
  • Rail Coach for Bermuda Railway, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 320, 359
  • Railway, Trans-Saharan. 484
  • Repairing All-metal Railway Coaches by Welding, A. J. T. Eyles, 168
  • Steel Railway Sleepers. Manufacture and Use of, Raymond Carpmael, 644, 645, 671; (Leader). 653
  • Steel Sleepers, " Unit," Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Company, Ltd., 570
  • Train Load, An Interesting, 417
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 484
  • Wagon for Transporting Locomotives. L. N1. and S. Railway Company, 47
  • "Whitewash " Coach on Great Western Railway. 101
  • REFRIGERATING Plant on Steam Lorry, — Sentinel " Waggon Works, Ltd., 18
  • Reservoir, The Silent Valley, 118
  • Retaining Walls of Concrete Crib Work at Hoboken, 482
  • Road, The Liverpool-East Lancashire, 2, 12

ROLLERS

  • Roller, Light Oil Engine-driven, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 511, 518
  • Roller, Light Petrol, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 56
  • Roller, Steam Road, Marshall. Sons and Co., Ltd., 512, 518
  • Roller, Waveless Road, Arnold Waveless Road Roller Company. Ltd., 549, 550
  • Roller, 24-ton, Petrol, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 56
  • Roller, 8-ton Motor, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 512, 518
  • Roller. 14-ton Oil Engine-driven, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 512, 518

S

  • SAWING Machines, Governor Feed for, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 470
  • Screen, Gravel, Pegson, Ltd., 565
  • Screen, " Live Wire," Pegson, Ltd., 565
  • Scientific Instruments--see Miscellaneous Articles
  • Screen, Roller Bar, Ross Patents, Ltd., 549

SHIPS AND SHIPPING :

  • Electrically Propelled Liner, " Monarch of Bermuda," 507, 572, 576, 577, 592, 593
  • Ship Resistance, Laws of, G. S. Baker, 534, 562, 588, 614, 642, 668
  • Sidelight for Ships, New Typo of Pivoted, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 48
  • Submarine Oil Engines, Welded Steel Columns for, Steel Barrel Company, Ltd., 350
  • Trawler, Exhaust Steam Turbine Drive for, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd.. 446
  • SIEVES, Testing Machine for, Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 514
  • Silica Gel Transformer Breather, Silica Gel, Ltd., 418
  • Smoke Meter Indicators, Elliott Brothers (London). Ltd., 63, 64
  • Smoke Pollution of City Air, An Instrument for Measuring Degree of, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 7
  • Steam Plant at Gatineau Paper Mills, 270, 274
  • Stoker, Chain Grate, on Yarrow Boiler at Bankside Power Station, Ed. Bennis and Co.Ltd., 44
  • Stowing Jet " Meco," Mining Engineering Co., Lta., 387
  • Survey of River Toes, 407

T

  • TECHNICAL Psychology, R. A. Bell, 187; (Leader), 197
  • Tees, Survey of River, 407
  • Tenoning Machine, Motor-driven, Thos. Robinson and Sons, Ltd., 554, 555
  • Testing Machine for 1 lin. Wire Ropes, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 302
  • Testing Machine for Sieves, Mining and Industrial Equipment. Ltd., 514
  • Testing Plant for Aero-engines, Heenan and Froude. Ltd., 177
  • Tidal Thames, 494, 520
  • Tools, Tungsten Carbide, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 598, 603
  • Traction Engine, Single-cylinder Steam, Fosters, 31
  • Tractor, 15-30 B.H.P. Oil Engine-driven, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 512
  • Tractor, Four-wheel Driven Petrol, Massey Harris Company, Ltd., 57
  • Traffic Control Signal Apparatus, Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 566
  • Troughing for Conveyors, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., 386
  • Tunbridgo Wells, Electrical Installations at, English Electric Company, Ltd., 660
  • Turbine, 20,000 kW Duplex Exhaust Steam, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 464, 468

V

  • VALVE, Double-exhaust Piston, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 101
  • Valve, Transmitting, Metropolitan • Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 329
  • Vibration and its Isolation, Cambridge Instrument Company, 418
  • Visit to Heaton Works of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.,542, 546
  • Visit to Rugby Works of British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 36

W

  • WAREHOUSE, Moving an Engineer's Supply, C. Churchill and Co., Ltd., 268
  • Water, Flowing, 3, 481, 508
  • Water Main Carried Across Bascule Bridge at Bangkok, 244
  • Water Softening Plant at Newton-le-Willows, T. Roland Wollaston, 471
  • Water Supply for Durban, 674
  • Waterworks Extension at Llanelly, 403
  • Waterworks Extensions at Shanghai, H. Stringer, 648, 652, 669
  • Weighing Machine, Portable Locomotive, Transport Engineering and Equipment Company, 660
  • Welded Steel Columns for Submarine Oil Engines, Steel Barrel Company, Ltd., 350
  • Wire Ropes, Testing Machine for, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 302
  • Worm Gearing and Some of its Applications, B. J. Shillito, 615

Z

  • ZINC Recovery and Fertiliser Plants in British Columbia, 60, 68

SUPPLEMENTS

  • BUENOS Aires and• Pacific Railway, Three-cylinder Tank Engine, Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1931)
  • Coal-handling Plant near Shanghai for the Kailan Mining Administration, Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1931)
  • Kearsley Power Station, Lancashire Electric Power Company (Two-page Supplement, July 31st, 1931; Two-page Supplement, August 7th, 1931)
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia (Sixteen-page Supplement and One Four-page Plate, September 11th, 1931)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement. July 31st, 1931; August 28th, 1931; SeptComber 25th, 1931; October 30th, 1931; November 27th, 1931; December 25th, 1931)

The Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia

NAMES OF EXHIBITORS

A

  • AEROSTYLE, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vii
  • Ailsa Craig Motor Company. Ltd., 263
  • Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd., 376, 380
  • Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers),Ltd., Sir W. 0., 289, 296
  • Aster, Ltd., 345. 362
  • Auto-Klean Strainers. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, ii
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 341, 352

B

  • BABCOCK and Wilcox, Ltd., 31.1
  • Barr and Stroud, Ltd., 318
  • Batteries, Ltd.. 285
  • Beardmore, William, and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. xiv
  • Bence, Ltd., 316
  • Bennis, Edward, and Co., Ltd., 202
  • Black and Decker, Ltd., 288
  • Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 345, 352
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, i
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 287
  • British Quadruplex, Ltd., 286
  • British Separators, Ltd., 274
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 287
  • Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., 260

C

  • CHANCE Brothers and Co.. Ltd., 344
  • Chloride Electric Storage Company, Ltd., 286
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, LW., 373, 380
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii

D

  • DAVEY, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 288, 296
  • Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd.. 312
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31,
  • iii
  • D.P. Battery Company, Ltd., 264
  • Drawing-office Material Manufacturers' and
  • Dealers' Association, 376

E

  • EDWARDS, F. J., Ltd., 314
  • Electric Submerged Log Company, 378
  • Elliott Brothers (London). Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, viii
  • Equipment and Engineering Company, Ltd.,
  • Suppt., 11.9.31. iv
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.. Suppt., 11.9.31,
  • xvi

F

  • FESCOL, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Fowler. John, and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 374
  • Fry's Metal Foundries, Ltd., 285

G

  • GILLESPIE and Partners, Ltd., 316
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, i
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd.. :3.12, 352
  • Graham, Alfred, and Co., 1,td., 261

H

  • HALL, J. and E.. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xii
  • Hancock and Co. (Engineers). Ltd., 312
  • Holland, 13ernard, and Co., 318
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., 345
  • Hughes, Henry, and Son, Ltd., 374

I

  • I.C.I. Metals, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, ix
  • Igranie Electric Company, Ltd., q I Supp_., 11.9.31, iv

J

  • JONES, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd., Suppt., 11.0.31, xi

K

  • KELVIN. Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., 377 .9.31, xiii
  • Kent, George, Ltd., 372
  • Kirkeldy. John, Ltd., Suppt., 11

L

  • LACY-HULBERT and Co., Ltd., 372, 380
  • Laurence Scott and Eloctromotors, Ltd., 284 1
  • Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xv i
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 200
  • Liverpool Refrigeration Company. Ltd., 377, 380
  • Loranco, Ltd., 342

M

  • McLAREN, J. and H., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiv
  • Marconi Tnternational Marine Communication Company, Ltd., 264
  • Martindale Electric Company. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., and The
  • Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31,.v
  • Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xv
  • Mumford, A. G., Ltd.. Suppt.. 11.9.31, xiii
  • Murex Welding Proeesses, Ltd., 317

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Engine Company. Ltd., 290, 296
  • Negretti and %umbra, Suppt.. 11.9.31, ii
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., 345, 352

O

  • OZONAIR, Ltd., 343

P

  • PARSONS, C. A., and Co., Ltd., 262
  • Pels, Henry, and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, ix
  • Perman and Co., Ltd., 289, 296, 346
  • Petters. Ltd., 342
  • Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., 344
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vii

R

  • RADIO Communication Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. x
  • Reavoll and Co.. Ltd., 313
  • Record Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xv
  • Ross, Arthur, Hotchkiss and Co., Ltd., 343
  • Rotary Air Compressor Company, Ltd., 377
  • Ruston-Hornsby, Ltd., 375, 380

S

  • SALAMAN, }Landoll, Ltd., Suppt, 11.9.31, xi
  • Belson Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vii
  • Separators, Ltd., 346
  • Shillan, J. W., 378
  • Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 285
  • Siemens-Schuckert (Gt. Britain), Ltd.. 290
  • Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd., 371
  • Swink), Leo. C., Ltd.. 378
  • Sterne, L., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi
  • Stone, J. B., and Co.. Ltd., 288
  • Stothort and Pitt, Ltd., 375, 380
  • Stream-Line Filt©r Company, Ltd., 373
  • Submarine Signal Company, 261
  • Sulzer Brothers, 263, 371
  • Sunderland Forge and Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, viii
  • Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd., 373

T

  • TANGYES Ltd., 376, 380
  • Tecalemit, Ltd., 314
  • Tensometer, Ltd.. 377, 380
  • Thermotank, Ltd., 285
  • Thompson Brothers (Bilston.), Ltd., 317
  • Turbine Furnace Company. Ltd., 376

U

  • UNITED Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iv

  • WAILES Dove Bitumastic, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x •
  • Warlow, Maurice and Co. 343
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 286

OTHER EXHIBITORS :

  • Aeroto Ltd., Fan Installations, Aeroto High-Efficiency Streamlined Screw Typo, 378
  • Atalanta Ltd., Small Tools. Household Fixtures, 378
  • Atlantic Engine Company, Ltd., Oil Engines, 70 B.H.P., Petrol-paraffin Engines, 378
  • Bakelite Ltd., Fittings and Furniture in
  • Bakelite, Bakelite Marine Varnish, 378
  • Bottom; Superheater and Pipeworks, Ltd., Separators. Steam Purifiers and Super-heaters, 378
  • British Piston Ring Company, Ltd., Centrifugal Castings. Piston Rings. 378
  • Carron Company, Cooking Apparatus. 378
  • Clews Peterson Piston Ring and Engineering Company, Ltd.. " Clupet " Double-Coil, No-gap Piston Rings, 378
  • Diskon Gear Ltd., Variable Speed Gear, 378
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown, Ltd., Staybrito Stainless Steel, 378
  • Green, E., and Son, Ltd., Economisers, Green and Foster Types 378.
  • Grimston, Pritchard and Plutto, Ltd., Electric Drills, Filing Machines, Grinders, Wire-straightening and Cutting Machines, 378
  • Jones, Sidney G., Ltd., Gear Hobbing Machines, " Mikron " Lathes, Milling,Grinding and Drilling Machines, 378
  • Owens Boiler Circulator, Ltd., Boiler Circulator, 378
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company Ltd., Model of " Turbinia." Various Models of Manufactures, 378
  • Ross, Courtney and Co., Ltd., Turned and Pressed Metal Parts, 378
  • Sheepbridge Stokes Centrifugal Castings Company, Ltd., Centrifugal Castings, Nitralloy Cast Iron, 378
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd.. Marine 'Engines. Internal Combustion, Models of Warcraft, 378
  • Transporting Machinery and Engineering Company, Ltd., Mechanical Handling and Labour-saving Equipment, Conveyors and Ropeways, 378
  • Turnbull, Alex., and Co., Ltd., Valves, 378
  • Universal System of Machine Moulding and Machinery Company, Ltd., Lifting Tackle, 378
  • Victory Valves, Ltd., Valves, 378 ri
  • Vokos, C. G., Ltd., " Protectometer " Air Intake Filters, Oil Filters, Air Cleaners, Paint-spraying Point Filters, 378
  • Walker, James, and Co., Ltd., " Lion " Packing, " Walkerite " Jointing, 378
  • Widdop, H., and Co., Ltd.. Oil Engines. 378
  • Yorkshire Copper Works, Ltd.. Condenser and other Tubes in Various Alloys, 378.

EXHIBITS

A

  • AIR Filter, Ozonair Self-cleaning, 343
  • Alloys, Anti-friction, Fry's Metal Foundries, Ltd.. 285
  • Anti-corrosive Compound, " Bitudonsa," Wailes Dove Bitumastic, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Anti-corrosive Solutions, Wailes Dove I3itumastic, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x

B

  • BAR Machine, Automatic Multi-spindle (Cleveland). Selson Engineering Company, Ltd., Su t., 11.9.31, viii
  • Blower, Electric, Martindale Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi
  • Blue Print Paper, Apparatus for Sensitising, Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., 344
  • Boiler, Grate for Lancashire Turbine Furnace Company. Ltd., 376
  • Boiler, High-duty Oil-fired Spencer-Hopwood, Sir W. 0. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 289
  • Boilers. Express Type Marine, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 314. 315
  • Brakes, Motor and Solenoid-operated, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iv, v
  • Brine Cooler, Typo Shell chid Tube, Model, L. Sterne and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi
  • Buffer. Selective-speed Independent-spindle, Black and Decker, Ltd., 288

C

  • CASTINGS, Yellow Metal. Fry's Metal Foundries, Ltd., 285
  • Centrifuge, Sharpies Bulk, Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd., 373
  • Circulator, Hotchkiss Water, 343
  • Commutator Grinding Tool, Martindale Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 11.9.31, vi
  • Commutator Stone for Grinding Commutators. Martindale Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi

Compressors :

  • Air Compressor, Low-pressure, Lacy-Hulbert and Co.. Ltd., 372, 373
  • Air Compressor, Portable Oil Engine Driven, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 200
  • Air Compressor Set, Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 372
  • Air Compressor Set, Two-stage, Rotary Air Compressor Company. Ltd., 377
  • Air Compressor Set, 8 Compression-ignition, Engine Driven, Petters, Ltd.. 342
  • Ammonia Compressor, High-speed. J. and E. Hall, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xii
  • Ammonia Compressor, Motor-driven Two-cylinder, L. Sterne and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi
  • Ammonia Compressor, Single-cylinder. High-speed Vertical, 378
  • CO2 Compressor, Steam-driven L. Sterne and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. vi
  • CO2 Compressor, Twin-cylinder Vertical,and E. Hall, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xii
  • COI Compressor, Vertical Enclosed Type, 1 hree-cylinder. Single-acting. L. Sterne and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 11.9.31. vi
  • Compressor. Portable Air, Bernard Holland and Co.. 318
  • Compressor, Three-cylindor, Water-cooled, methyl-chloride, .1. and E. Hall, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xii
  • Compressor. Steam-driven CO2. Liverpool Refrigeration Company, Ltd.. 377, 380
  • Compressor. Two-stage itotary, Bernard Holland and Co., 318
  • Compressors, Air, Hand and Motor-operated, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 313
  • Compressor Set, Electrically Driven Portable, Lacy-Hulbert and Co. Ltd.. 371, 380
  • COTTON Mill Geared Turbine Plant, Model of, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 262
  • Cutting, Machine, Straight-line, Hancock and Co., Ltd., 312

D

  • DEPTH-SOUNDING Apparatus, Submarine Signal Company, 261
  • Desiccator, Portable Petrol Engine Driven, Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 372
  • Drawing-office Equipment, Drawing-office Material Manufacturers' and Dealers' Association, 376
  • Drill, " Elmo " Portable Electric, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 290
  • Drilling Machin.), Radial, United Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iv
  • Drilling Machine with Hydraulic Feed Column. United Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iv
  • Drills, Twist, 342

E
Electrical Matters :

  • See also Instruments
  • Accumulators, Nickel-cadiniurn, Batteries, Ltd., 285
  • Batteries, " Kathanode " Marino Storage, D.P. Battery Company, Ltd., 264
  • Batteries, Marine Exide Ironclad Storage, Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Ltd., 286
  • Cables for Ship's Wiring, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, ii
  • Circuit Breaker. 600-Ampere Triple-pole, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. xvi
  • Control Device, Phentrol," Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Control Gear, Electric Motor, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Control Panel, Thermostat, Thermotank, Ltd., 285
  • Control Panel, Automatic, Brookhirst Switch-gear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Controller, Reversing Contactor, for Windlasses, Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 284
  • Earth Tester for Earth Plates and Overhead Line Towers, Evershed and Vignoles Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xvi
  • Eli:J.:Aro-magnetic Crack Detector, Equipment and Engineering Company, Ltd., Supply, 11.9.31, iv
  • Generator, Tachometer, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xv
  • Generating Set, Marine Electric, Crossley
  • Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii
  • Generator Sot. 276 B.H.P., 165-kW, Five-cylinder Marino Auxiliary, Ruston-Hornsby, Ltd., 375
  • Marine Propulsion Contactor, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 287
  • Motor, Mill, Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 284
  • Motor, 6 H.P. Silent. British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 288
  • Motor, 12 H.P. Vertical-spindle, Variable-speed D.C., British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 287, 288
  • Regulator, Combined Starter and Speed, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Starter. Cam-operated, 250 H.P., Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 284
  • Starter Apparatus, " Unistart," Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Startor with Phase Failure Protector, Igraniv Electric Company, Ltd., Suppl., 11.9.31, iv
  • Tachometer, Electric, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 288
  • Testing Sot, Bridge-Meg, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xvi
  • Transformer, Split-core Current, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Suppt., 11.9. 31, ix
  • Transformer, 800-kVA, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 262
  • Turbo-alternator, 250-kW Geared, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 262
  • ELECTRO-CHEMICAL Deposition of Metals.
  • Foscol, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Enamel, " Bituros," Solution and, Wailes Dove
  • Bitumastic, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi

Engines :

  • Oil Engine. Two-cylinder, W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. iii
  • Oil Engine. Crossley High-speed, Sapp'... 11.9.31, xiv
  • Oil Engine, Crossley-Premier Four-cylinder, Two-crank, Horizontal, Vis-11-Vis. Suppe., 11.9.31, xiv
  • Oil Engine. Single-cylinder, High-speed, Tangves, Ltd., 377
  • Oil Engine, Three-cylinder, Vertical, Tangyes, Ltd., 376, 380
  • Oil Engine, Two-cylinder Type. R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 260
  • Oil Engine, 20-30 B.H.P. Heavy, Ailma Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 263, 264
  • Oil Engine, 38 B.H.P. High speed Heavy Ruston Lister Marine Company, Ltd., 375. 380
  • Oil Engine. Four cylinder, Airless injection, Heavy, Aster, Ltd., 345, 352
  • Oil Engine. Four cylinder, High speed Heavy, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 345
  • Oil Engine. Four cylinder, Vertical, "Aveling Invicta." 341
  • Oil Engine. Four-cylinder, 160 B.H.P. "Atomic," Heavy, Petters, Ltd., 342
  • Oil Engine, Six-cylinder, Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 342, 352
  • Oil Engine, 90 B.H.P. Compression-ignition, Heavy, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 374
  • Oil Engine. 120 B.H.P. Mirrlees-Ricardo High-speed, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31,
  • Oil Engine, 150 B.H.P., National Gus Engine Company. Ltd.. 290, 296
  • Oil Engine, 250 B.H.P. Standard Locomotive Type, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 289, 296
  • Oil Engine. 300 B.H.P. Heavy-duty, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 288, 296
  • Oil Engine, 360 B.H.P. High-speed, W. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiv
  • Oil Engine, 130-kW Generating Set, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiv
  • Oil Engines, " Climax " High-speed Lightweight, Heavy, J. W. Shillan, 378
  • Oil Engines, McLaren-Benz Typo, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiv
  • Oil Engines, 18 B.H.P. and 7. B.H.P. Marine Type, Perman and Co., Ltd., 290
  • Marine Oil Engine, Four-cylinder, Heavy, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 263
  • Motors, Marine Typo, Sunderland Forge and Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, viii
  • Oil Engine, S.L.M. Totally Enclosed, High-speed, Airless-injection Marine. Bernard Holland and Co., 318
  • Oil Engine. Twin-cylinder, 24 B.H.P., "Atomic," Marino, Potters, Ltd., 342
  • Oil Engine, 150 B.H.P.. Three-cylinder, Cold-starting, Marine, Kromhout, Perman and Co., Ltd., 289, 296. 346
  • Oil Engine, 370 B.H.P. Vertical Marine Heavy, Norris, Honty and Gardners, Ltd., 345
  • Paraffin Engine, Four-cylinder, Marine Type, V. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iii
  • Petrol Engine, 20-35 B.H.P. Four-cylinder, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 264
  • Petrol Engine. 40-60 B.H.P. Four-cylinder. Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 264
  • Petrol and Parathn Engines, Astor, Ltd., 346
  • Petrol-paraffin Engine tor 12-kW Generating Set, Lileniffer Engines, Ltd., 342
  • Engine, Rotary Piston Steam, A. G. Mumlord, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii
  • EVAPORATING and Distilling Apparatus, Electric, John Kirkaldy, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii

F

  • FEED Heater, Straight Tube Typo Exhaust, John Kirkaldy, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii
  • Files, Loranco, Ltd., 342
  • Filing and Sawing Machine, E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Filter Plant for Transformer Oil, Portable, Stream Lino Filter Company, Ltd.. 373
  • Furnaces, Automatic Hardening, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 286
  • Furnace, Carburising and Heat Treatment, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 286
  • Furnace, Pusher Type, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 286
  • Furnace Wall, Bailey Water-cooled, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 315

G

  • GEAR, Automatic Float-control, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x ( (
  • Gear-cutting Machine, " Man," Sulzer Brothers, 263
  • Gear-grinding Machine, " Maag," Sulzer Brothers, 263
  • Gear-testing Machine, Sulzer Brothers, 263
  • Glass Silk for Heat Insulating Material, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd.. 344
  • Grinder, Automatic Cutter Head (Collet and Engelhard), Selson Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt. 11.9.31, viii
  • Grinder for Helical Gear Wheels, Sulzer Brothers, 371
  • Grinding Machine, Duplex Automatic Spline Shaft, E. H. Jones (Machine Tools). Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Grinding Machine, Precision (Naxos Union), Selson Engineering Company. Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, viu
  • Gyroscopes, Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd.. 371

H

  • HAMMERS, Pneumatic Riveting and Scaling, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company. Ltd., 373

I

  • Instruments :
  • Air Meter, Simplified. Rotary Air Compressor Company, Ltd., 377
  • Artificial Horizon Instrument for Aeroplanes, 371
  • Boiler and Turbine Instruments, G. Kent, Ltd., 372
  • Coal Meter, Loa Recorder Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 11.9.31, xvi
  • Compass Equipment, Holmes Master, H. Hughes and Son, Ltd., 374
  • Controller, Temperature, G. Kent, Ltd., 372
  • Cube Meter, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 11.9.31, xvi
  • Gauge, Lurnsdaine Liquid Level, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., 377
  • Gauge, Pneumercator, Hotwell, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., 377
  • Gyroscopic Instrument Direction Indicator, 372
  • Indicator, Helm, Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 285
  • Indicator, Holmes Path, H. Hughes and Son. Ltd., 374
  • Indicator, Navigation Lights, Alfred Graham and Co., Ltd., 261
  • Rangefinders, Binoculars, &c., Barr and Stroud, Ltd., 318
  • Recorder, Balanced Pitot Tube. G. Kent, Ltd., 372
  • Regulator, Feed-water, Hopkinsons, Ltd.. 345
  • Regulator, Mumford Patented Feed, Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii
  • Regulators, Roavell-Askania, 314
  • Tachometer, Aircraft, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xv
  • Tachometer Depth Sounding Apparatus, Submarine Signal Company, 261
  • Temperature Recorder, Photographic, for Cold Chambers, Negretti and Zambra, Suppe., 11.9.31, ii
  • Tester, Dionic Water, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xvi
  • Thermometer, " All Mains " Wheatstone Bridge Electric Distance, Negretti and Zambra Suppl 11.9.31,ii * * Thermometers, Mercury-in-Stool, Negretti and Zambra, Suppt., 11.9.31,11

J

  • JOINT, Flexible Ball and Socket, W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31,111

L

  • LATHE, Pittler Turret, United Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, iv
  • Lathe, Universal Production (Collett and Engelhard), Selson Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, viii
  • Logs, Chernikeeff, Electric Submerged Log Company, 378
  • Lubricators, Automatic Conveyor, Tecalemit Ltd., 314
  • Lubricators, Pressure Feed, Hopkinsons Ltd., 345

M

  • METALS, Electrochemical Deposition of, Fescol Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • "Multiphones," Loud-speaking, A. Graham and Co., Ltd., 262

N

  • NIBBLING Machine, J. B. Stone and Co., Ltd., 288 Nickel Company, Ltd.,
  • Nickel, Alloys of, Mond Suppt., 11.9.31, xv

O

  • OIL-PUMPING Unit, Self-contained, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 375, 380
  • Oil Purifier, Horizontal Non-aerating, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd., 376, 380
  • Oil Purifiers, Centrifugal and Tank Types, Hopkinson Ltd.,345
  • Oil Separator, Encosed Marine Pattern, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd.,376
  • Oil Separators, ComynSeparators Ltd., 346
  • Oven, Pit Type Forced Draught, Wild Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 286
  • Oxygen-cutting Machine, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 287
  • Oxygen-cutting Machine, Multiple Head, Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 312
  • Oxygen " Reflex " Profiling Machine, Hancock and Co., Ltd., 312

P

  • PROFILING Machine, Automatic Electric, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 317
  • Profiling Machine for Cutting Parts, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 287
  • Press, High-speed Hydraulic, for Moulding Bakelite, Leo. C. Steinle, Ltd., 378
  • Press, 150-ton, Henry Pets and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Propellor Blades, Instrument for Adjusting the Rake of, Electric Submerged Log Company, Ltd., 378

Pumps :

  • Pump, " Elmo " Centrifugal. Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 290
  • Pump. " Elmo " Water Seal Air, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 290
  • Pump, 8in. Single-stage Split-casing Centrifugal, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, v
  • Pump, 4in. Mirrlees Patented Chokeless Centrifugal, Suppt., 11.9.31, v
  • Pump, 4in. Multi-stage Turbine, for Boiler Feed, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, v
  • Pump, Sin. Marine, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, vii
  • Pump, Fuel, Benes Ltd., 316
  • Pump, Gardner Double-acting Water, 345
  • Pump, Mirrloes " Clearway " Centrifugal, for Hot Water Heating Systems, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, v
  • Pump, Motor-driven Gear, Salaman Handoll, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xi
  • Pump, Motor-driven Gear, for use with Petrol, Salaman Handoll, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, xi, xii
  • Pumps, Oil and Water, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Ltd., 263
  • Pump, Rotary, British Quadruplex, Ltd., 286
  • Pump, Rotary Displacement, Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 317
  • Pump, Vertical Spindle Rotary, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 375
  • Pumps, Steam and Stereophagus Sewage,
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppe., 11.9.31, vii
  • Pumps, " Vertex," A. G. liumford, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, xiii

R

  • REAMER, Motor-driven Hand, Black and Decker. Ltd., 288

S

  • SANDING Machine, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 312 1
  • Saw, ' Heller " Hydraulically Operated Cold Circular, Leo. C. Steinle. Ltd., 378
  • Sawing Machine, " Heller." Leo. C. Steinle, 378
  • Scaling Tool. H.P. Flexible Drive Bench Machine, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. i
  • Searchlight. Reflectors and Silvered Glass Mirrors, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 262
  • Separator, High-capacity. Totally Enclosed Fume-proof, Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd., 373
  • Separator for Oily Bilge Water. Stream Line Filter Company, Ltd., 373
  • Separator Plant, Self-contained. British
  • Separators, Ltd., 374
  • Shearing Machine, Rotary, F. J. Edwards, Ltd., 314
  • Shears, Heavily Built, Henry Pels and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Shears, Portable Splitting, Punching, Cropper and Notching. Henry Pels and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31. ix
  • Sounding Device, " Echomoter " Type. Marconi International Marine Company, Ltd.. 264
  • Spraying Plant, Petrol-engine-driven Portable, Aerostylo Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, vii
  • Stokers, Travelling Grate, Edward Bennis and Co.. Ltd., 262
  • Strainer for Fuel and Lubricating Oils, Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd.,.Suppt., 11.9.31, ii
  • Submarine Signal Receiving Apparatus, Submarine Signal Company, 261

T

  • TRUCK, Electric Elevating, Gillespie Partners, Ltd., 316
  • Telegraphs, Engine-room, Evorshed and Vignoles, Ltd.. Suppt., 11.9.31. xvi
  • Telegraphs, Ships', Siemens Brothers and Co., Ltd., 285
  • Telephones, Graham Navy, Alfred Graham and Co., Ltd., 262
  • Testing Machine, Tensometer, 377, 380
  • Tubes, Metal, for Land and Marine Engineering, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, ix

U

  • UNDERCUTTER, " Imperial," Martindale Electric Company, LW., Suppt., 11.9.31, vi

V

  • VALVES, Hopkinsons Ltd., 345
  • Ventilators, Punkah Louvre, Thermotank,Ltd., 285

W

  • WATER Level Indicator, Maurice Warlow and Co., 343

Welding :

  • Eluctrode Feed Gear, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 317
  • Welding Generator, Portable Waterproof Arc, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 290
  • Welding Machine, Automatic, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain). Ltd., 290
  • Welding Sot, Bolt-driven, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd.. 317
  • Welding Set, Petrol-driven, Murex Welding Processes. Ltd., 317
  • Welders, Butt and Spot, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, i
  • WINCH, 3-ton Electric Cargo, Sunderland Forgo and Engineering Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 11.9.31, viii
  • Wireless Equipment, Radio Communications Company, Ltd., Suppt., 11.9.31, x
  • Wireless Equipment, " Auto-Alarm." Radio Communications Company, Ltd.. Suppt.. 11.9.31. x
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony Apparatus, Marconi International Marine Company, Ltd., 264
  • Wood Moulding Machine, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 312
  • Woodworker, Super Elliot, Improvements to, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 312
  • Wrench, Pneumatically Operated Nut. Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Ltd., 373, 380

Miscellaneous Articles

A

  • ACOUSTICAL Problem of Broadcasting Studios, 355

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerial Survey of Nib Waters, 109
  • Aerodromes, 259
  • Aero•engine Testing Plant, Heenan and Froude, Ltd., 177
  • African Air Service, 157
  • Air Liner " Hannibal," 159
  • Air Mail to Cape, 533
  • Air Port at Vancouver Opened, 500
  • Air Race, The King's Cup, 109

AERONAUTICS (continued) :

  • Air Speed Record, Flight-Lieutenant Stain- Iforth's, 339
  • Air Survey in Africa, 641
  • Airway Terminus at Victoria, 133
  • Aviation, Accidents in Civil, 479
  • Aviation, Progress in Canada, 205
  • Compressed Air Wind Tunnel at National Physical Laboratory, 384
  • Flight Across the Pacific, 367
  • Gliding, Motorless Flight, 355
  • "Graf Zeppelin's " Flight, 185
  • "R 100," End of, 533
  • Royal Air Force Display at Hendon, 7
  • Schneider Trophy Competition, 83, 159, 185, 211, 235, 259, 297

AERONAUTICS (continued) :

  • Technique and Use of Aircraft : The Relation with Naval Technique, Monsieur Louis Kahn, 31
  • United States Naval Airship " Akron," 150
  • Wind Tunnels of Royal Aircraft Establishments, 384
  • AIR-DRIVEN Tools, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 566
  • Air Flow Measurements, Report of Committee on, 650
  • Air Pollution, Power Stations and, 621
  • Alloy, Heat-resisting Ferrous, " Hercia," G.K.S. Combustion, Ltd., 64
  • Alloys of Silver and Mercury, Constitution of, 368
  • Aluminium, Some Practical Notes on .Jointing. A. J. T. Eylos, 618
  • Aluminium Sand Castings, Unsoundness in, 33 I
  • Aluminium-Silicon Alloys, Macro-etching oi, 331

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • American Permanent Way Developments, 202
  • Dock Railways and Cranes, 89
  • Industrial Research in America, 89
  • Iron and Steel Alloy Developments, 202
  • Locomotives of 280 Tons Weight, 89
  • Nickel-clad Steel Plato, 89
  • AN Ingenious Tool, 637
  • Arc-welded Factory Building at Peterborough, Ontario. 617
  • Arsenical Ore Mining in sv..,,trit, 41,
  • Asbestos Research in I ',1 I I.( , I

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
Association, British, hr Advancement of Science :

  • Centenary Meeting in London, 319, 354
  • Presidential Address, The Scientific World Picture of To-day, General the Right Hon. J. C. Smuts, F.R.S., 319
  • SecTiox A :
  • Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, Discussion, 384
  • Gradiometer, Magnetic, Professor A. 0. Rankine, 385
  • Variorneter. British Magnetic. Captain H. Shaw. 385
  • SECTION F :
  • Aims, Methods and Progress of Research into Management Problems, Discussion, 354
  • Bridging the Gap Between the Birth of an Idea and its Industrial Application, A. P. M. Fleming. 354
  • SECTION G :
  • Presidential Address, Power, Sir Alfred Ewing, F.R.S., 356
  • Broadcasting, Acoustical Problem of Broadcasting Studios, Noel Ashbridge, 355
  • Compressed Air Wind Tunnel at National Physical Laboratory. Ernest Reif, 384
  • Earth Pressure Investigations, Professor C. F. Jenkins, 400
  • Effect of Temperature on Some of the Physical Properties of Metals, Professor F. C. Lea and C. F. Parker, 355
  • Engineers' Contributions to Canada's Development, Brigadier-General C. It. Mitchell, 385
  • Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, Professor E. G. Coker. 399
  • Gas Industry, Sir David Milne-Watson, 399
  • Gliding, Motorless Flight, Colonel The Muster of Sempill, 355
  • Metals and Alloys in relation to Engineering Progress. by Dr. W. Rosonhain, 354
  • Notes on a Research on Faraday's Steels and Alloys, Sir Robert Hadfield, Bt., F.R.S.. 319
  • Origin of Iron in Corrosion Products Duo to London's Atmosphere, Professor Ernest Wilson. 355
  • Pioneering in Electrical Engineering Half-a-century Ago. Professor Elihu Thomson, 385
  • Spark Neglecting Commutation, Professor Julius Hartmann, 400
  • Study of Flames, Professor W. A. Bone, F.R.S., 319
  • Tunnelling Problems in London, Harley II. Dalrymple-Hay, 385
  • Wind Tunnels of Royal Aircraft Establi.:11ment, R. McKinnon Wood, 384
  • REPORTS :
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions, interim Report on. Professor G. W. Osborne Howe, 400
  • Hardness of Steel Tubo Along Certain " Luders " or " Piobert " Lines, Sir Henry Fowler, 400
  • Indentation Hardness of Test Pieces Resulting from Plastic Flow, Sir Henry Fowler, 400
  • Upper and Lower Yield Points in Steel Exposed to Non-uniform Distributions of Stress. Professor G. Cook, 400
  • Plastic Strain in Relation to Fatigue in Mild Steel, Professor 13. P. Haigh, 400
  • Phenomenon of Tensile Yield in Mild Steel and Iron, J. G. Doherty and F. W. Thorne, 400

Association, British Waterworks :

  • Annual General Meeting and Conference,
  • Provisional Programme, 75
  • Silent Valley Reservoir, 118

Association, Canadian Good Roads :

  • Annual Convention, Canadian Roads ant
  • Highway Traffic, 404

Association, International, for Bridge and

  • Structural Engineering :
  • Formation of New Association, 446

Association, Manchester Steam Users':

  • Behavior of Steel at High Temperature,
  • V. 13. Harley Mason, 115

Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux :

  • Eighth Annual Conference Programme, 205

Institute of British Foundrymen :

  • Metallurgical Furnace Application of Pulverised Fuel, W. Boon, 444

Institute, Iron and Steel :

  • Autumn Meeting at Swansea, 340, 369;
  • Programme. 105, 255 (*valorising of Steel, 139
  • Chromium-Iron Constitutional Diagram, F. Adcock. 370
  • Critical Study of Origin of Banded Structure of Hot-worked Hypo-eutectoid Steel, Professor Thompson and R. Willows, 370
  • Diffusion of Tin into Iron, with Special Reference to Formation of Columnar Crystals, Professor C. 0. Bannister and Dr. W. D. Jones. 347
  • Effect of Molybdenum on Medium-carbon Steels Containing 1 to 2.5 per cent. Manganese, G. Burns. 347
  • Effect of Surface Conditions Produced by Heat Treatment on the Fatigue Resistance of Spring Steels, Dr. Hankins and Dr. Becker, 370
  • Equilibrium of Certain Non-metallic Systems, Professor Andrew, Messrs. Maddocks, Fowler and Howat, 370
  • Influence of Silicon on Nickel Steel, R. Harrison, 347
  • Iron-Tin Alloys, Study of Constitution of, Professor C. A. Edwards and A. Preece, 347
  • Mottled Tin-plates, J. C. Jones, 369
  • Roll Heating in South Wales, 468
  • Solidification and Crystallisation ut Steel Ingots, Dr. Matusohka, 370

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

  • Structure of Nodular Troostite, N. T. 1 Belaiew, 370 1
  • Surface Hardening by Nitrogen of Special 1
  • Aluminium-chromium-molyhtlenum Steels on Production Basis, Messrs. Cunningham and Ashbury, 370

Institute of Marine Engineers :

  • Akroyd Stuart Award Paper, 1930-31,
  • Akroyd Stuart and the Oil Engine. Man
  • E. L. Chorlton, 579, 589
  • Present-day Ship Propulsion, F. E. Rebbeck, 4
  • `arty Valves. I). MacNicoll, 445

Institute of Metals :

  • Autumn Meeting in Switzerland, Provisional Programme, 21
  • Annual Autumn Meeting at Zurich, 290, 330, 358
  • Applications of Spectrograph to Analysis of Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys, H. W. Brownsdon and E. H. S. van Someron, 359
  • Autumn Lecture, Thin Films and Corrosion, Ulrick R. Evans, 291 •
  • Brass, Note on Failure of High-strength, Messrs. Ncwson and Wragg, 331
  • Constitution of Alloys of Silver and Mercury, A. J. Murphy, 358
  • Effects of Cold Rolling and of Heat Treatment on Some Lead Alloys, 11. Waterhouse and R. Willows, 330
  • Heat Treatment and the Ageing on Duralumin, Professor Zeerleder, 358
  • Macro-etching of Aluminium-Silicon Alloys, W. Hume-Rothery, 331
  • Nickel-copper Alloys of High Elastic Limit, Messrs. Jones, Pfeil and Griffiths, 331
  • Protection of Magnesium Alloys Against Corrosion, Messrs. Sutton and Lo Brocq, 330
  • Spectrographic Assay of Some Alloys of Lead. 1). M. Smith, 359
  • Unsoundness in Aluminium Sand Castings. Professor Hanson, 331
  • Wire Drawing : Behaviour of a Composite Rod, Messrs. Atkins and Cartwright, 358
  • Wires, The Drawing of Non-ferrous, Messrs. Francis and Thompson, 358

Institute of Transport :

  • Presidential Address, Growth of Cities, Frank Pick, 402

Institution of Electrical Engineers, American :

  • TORONTO SECTION :
  • Straightening a Large 30in. by 36in. Shaft of Generator, A. S. Robertson, 583

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

  • Crank Shafts for Double-acting Diesel Engines, S. F. Dorey, 274, 300
  • Presidential Address, The Outlook in Shipbuilding Industry, J. McGovern, 444

Institution of Automobile Engineers :

  • Progress of Internal Combustion Engine, W. A. Tookey, 389

Institution of Civil Engineers :

  • April Examination, 1931, Pass List, 103
  • October Examination, 1931, Pass List (Interim), 570
  • Presidential Address, The Tidal Thames, Sir Cyril It. S. Kirkpatrick. 520

Institution of Electrical Engineers :

  • Design of Distribution System in a Rural Area, E. W. Dickinson and H. W. Grimmitt, 573
  • Presidential Address. Captain J. M. Donaldson, 466

Institution of Engineers, Junior :

  • Annual General Meeting, Election of Chairman and Council and Awards, 541
  • Power Stations and Air Pollution, Dr. S. L. Pearce, 621

Institution of Gas Engineers :

  • Third Autumn Research Meeting, Programme, 447

Institution of Mechanical Engineers :

  • Cambridge as a Place of Education, Professor C. E. Inglis. 02
  • Humanity Under the Hammer. Presidential Address, Lieut.-Colonel E. Kitson Clark. 455
  • Locomotive Experimental Stations, H. N. Creaky, 62; (Leader), 69
  • Manufacture and Use of Steel Railway Sleepers, R. Carpmael, 645, 671; (Leader), 653
  • Sixth Report of Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 506; (Leader), 574
  • SUMMER MEETING AT CAMBRIDGE : 62
  • Programme, 10
  • Visits, 86
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture, Mechanical
  • Aspects of Electricity, L. B. Atkinson, 509
  • MIDLAND BRANCH :
  • Oil Engines, Some Characteristics of High-speed, Heavy, Dr. S. J. Davies, 656, 681
  • NoaTit-WESTER BRANCH :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 633

Institution of Naval Architects :

  • Institution of Naval Architects, Summer Meeting in France, 5
  • Draught and Dimensions of the Most Economical Ship, Sir John Biles, 5
  • Effect of Modern Machinery on the Design of Large Ships, A. T. Wall and H. C. Cary, 46, 57
  • Effect of Rough Water on the Propulsion of Single-screw Ships, J. L. Kent, 30
  • Institution Banquet in Paris, 59
  • Modern Machinery and Design of Large Ships, A. T. Wall and H. C. Cary, 46

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued)
Institution of Naval Architects (continued) :

  • Notes on Some Researches and Tendencies of Contemporary Naval Construction, M. Charles Francois, 29
  • On the Development of Marine Internal Combustion Engines, M. Paul Durnanois, 58
  • Visits in France at Annual Meeting, 59

Institution of Structural Engineers :

  • Submersible Bridges, R. P. Mears, 602

Society of Arts, Royal :

  • A New Prime Mover, J. F. J. Malone, 97

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders :

  • Animal Report, Motor Car Industry, 47

Society, National Smoke Abatement :

  • Third Annual Conference, Programme, 220

Society, Newcomen :

  • Annual Report Reviewed, 632
  • Society, Newcomen, The " Oliver," Rive; Jenkins, 434
  • AUTOMATIC Lighting Plant, It. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd., 31

B

  • BAKER, G. S., Laws of Ship Resistance, 534, 562, 588, 614. 642, 668
  • Bankside Power Station, Bennis Chain Grate Stoker at, 44
  • Barometer, Improved Fortin, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 252
  • Bell. R. A.. Technical ' Psychology, 187; (Leader), 197
  • Benzine Extraction Plant at Calgary, 102
  • Board of Trade Examination, 63

BOILERS :

  • Boiler Washing Plant for Locomotives at Stratford, 553
  • Boiler, 300-gallon Capacity Weir, Tar, Johnston Brothers, 564
  • Boilers at Clyde's Mill Power Station, Report of Tests on, 551
  • Boilers at Gennevilliers Power Station, 429
  • Boilers, Perkins' Hermetic Tube, C. R. King. 405
  • BRASS, Note on Failure of High Strength, 331
  • Breaker, Blake Type High-speed, Pegson, Ltd., 565

BRIDGES :

  • Bascule Bridge, Carrying Water Mains Across, 244
  • Bridge at Cavaillon, Suspension, 131
  • Bridge Over Fraser River, Proposed, 500
  • Bridges, Submersible, 602
  • Submersible Bridges, 002
  • BRITISH Association's Centenary, 353
  • British Chemical Standard High-duty line " G," 66

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (late British Engineering Standards Association), 561

  • Specifications :
  • Air Receivers, 659
  • Boiler Codes and Pump Tests, 102
  • Boiler Rivets. 633
  • Cast Iron Spigot and Socket Pipes, 75
  • Conveyor Troughing for Mines, 150
  • Diamond Pyramid Hardness Numbers, 633
  • Electric Cut-outs, 389
  • Electrical Performance of High-voltage Bushing Insulators, 231
  • Electrotechnics, Letter Symbols for Use in. 580
  • Gear Blanks. Phosphor Bronze, 469
  • Lathe Centres. 633
  • Mains Supply Apparatus for Radio and Acoustic Reproduction, 102
  • Manila Ropes, 659
  • Paints, Standard Colours for, 511
  • Portland Cement, 580
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coal, 149
  • Street Lighting, 390
  • Transformer Inter-turn Insulation, 535
  • Tubular Traction Poles. 10
  • Varnished Cloth for Electrical Purposes, II
  • Vegetable Tanned Leather Belting, 633
  • Water Containers. Galvanised Steel, 469
  • BRITISH Turbines on the Continent, 679
  • Building. The Metropolitan, at the Paris Exhibition, 120. 127
  • Business Conditions in Dominion of Canada, 20

C

  • CABLE-MAKING Film, British Insulated Cables, Ltd.. 18
  • Calenders. Diaries. &c., 663, 684
  • Calorising, 139
  • Cambridge as Place of Education, 62, 70

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Air Port at. Vancouver Opened, 500
  • Alberta Oil for Railway Fuel, 673
  • Asbestos Research in Canada, 21
  • Aviation Progress, 205
  • Beauharnois Gets Additional Rights, 102
  • Benzine Extraction Plant at Calgary, 102
  • Benzine from Turner Valley Gas, 500
  • Bridge Over Fraser River Proposed, 500
  • British Coal Imports, 500
  • Business Conditions in tho Dominion, 20
  • Canadian Platinum Metals, 253
  • Cement Industry, 544
  • Chemical Plant for Toronto, 102
  • Compensation Legislation in Quebec, 544
  • Concentrator for Quebec Mine, 102
  • Copper Refinery Starts Operations, 500
  • English Syndicate to Work Gold Claims, 500
  • Fertiliser Plant at Hamilton, 500
  • Gas Distribution. 253
  • Gas Plant for Vancouver, 544

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS (continued):

  • Gold Recovery Experiment, 205
  • HiLimon Bay Terminus. Progress on. 253
  • Insulation Material, " Mos.stex," 500
  • Machinery Requirements, 20
  • Manitoba as Gold Producer, 253
  • Market for British Steel. 205
  • McGill Engineering Faculty, 544
  • Montreal Termini, Progress at, 500
  • National Research, 205
  • Natural Gas Offer to Regina. 544
  • Natural Gas, Storage of, 205
  • Oil Refinery at Coitus. 102
  • Oil Refinery Unit at Sarnia, 544
  • Ontario's Northern Railway, 673
  • Ore Treatment Project, 102
  • Power Project by Calgary Power Company on Athabaska River, 20
  • Process for Rail Production, 673
  • Radio Broadcasting. Control of, 500
  • Rebuilding St. John Harbour, 673
  • Royal Society. Annual Meeting, 205
  • Rural Electrification, 20
  • St. John Harbour Improvements, 253, 673
  • St. Lawrence River Scheme. Now, 20
  • St. Lawrence Waterway, 102
  • Sewage Project for Toronto, 205
  • Sulphur Producing Plant, 205
  • Telephone, Now Link in Trans-Canada, 500
  • Transmission Line Between Hunta and Copper Cliff, Long, 544
  • Transportation Problems, 673
  • Water Power Undertaking at Chats Falls, 253
  • Welland Ship Canal. 253
  • Wire Plant at Montreal East, 102
  • CANADIAN Roads and Highway Traffic, 404
  • Canal Developments at Panama, 202
  • Carbonisation, Low-temperature, Colonel W. A. Bristow, 595
  • Catalogues. 23, 51, 155, 181, 207, 255, 363, 449, 557, 583, 596, 663, 687
  • Caterpillar Mounting for Excavators, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd-. 175
  • Cement Industry Conditions in Canada. 544
  • Central Heating Plant, Hope's Heating and Lighting Company, 84
  • Centrifuge, Steam Turbine Driven. Industrial Waste Eliminators, Ltd., 63
  • Chassis, " Cub." Goods Wagon, Leyland Motors. Ltd., 488, 492
  • Chassis, Six-wheel Omnibus. Associated Equipment Company. Ltd., 488. 492
  • Chassis, Six-wheel Drive, Hardy Motors. Ltd.. 489, 492
  • Chassis. Six-wheel Trolley Omnibus, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies. Ltd., 539
  • Chassis, 3-Ton Rigid Six-wheel, Garner Motors, Ltd., 524
  • Chassis. 250 B.H.P. Six-wheel Omnibus, Henschel and Sohn A.G., 536, 537
  • Chassis, with Auxiliary Front Wheel Drive, Hardy Motors, Ltd., 489
  • Chemical Plant for Toronto. 102
  • Classics and the Engineer, 95
  • Classifier. Portable Hydraulic, 469

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :

  • Belgian Coal Licences, 257
  • British Coal Imports into Canada, 500
  • Coal Cutter, Electric Longhall. " Sullivan " Type, 387
  • Coal Cutter, " Hurd " Chain Longwell, 386
  • Coal Cutter. Longwell Chain, British Jeffrey-Diamond Type, 387
  • Coal Cutters. 'Electric Longwell. 387
  • Coal Face Machinery Exhibition at. Sheffield, 386
  • Coal-handling Plant near Shanghai. Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd., 90, 94 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1931)
  • Coal Transport Conditions, E. T. Good, 238
  • Washed Coal in United States. Use of, 177
  • COLUMNAR Crystals, Diffusion of Tin into Iron with Special Reference to Formation of, 347
  • Combustion, Nature of, 223
  • Compressor, Portable, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 549
  • Compressor, Portable Oil Engine Driven, Lead Wool Company, Ltd., 512
  • Compressor, Two-stage Air-cooled, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 513
  • Compressors, Portable. Broom and Wade, Ltd., 566
  • Concrete Core Drilling Machine, Holman Brothers. Ltd., 178
  • Concrete Crib Work, Retaining Walls of, 482
  • Concrete Mixer, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.. 550
  • Concrete Mixer, Stothert and Pitt. Ltd., 566
  • Concrete Mixer, 'Winget, Ltd., 564
  • Concrete Mixing and Distributing Plant.
  • Stothert and Pitt. Ltd. 566
  • Condenser, The Inverted, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.. 117
  • Contracts, 26. 54. 82, 108, 158, 181, 207. 234, 255, 279, 335, 393. 421, 449, 475, 503, 529, 557, 583, 009, 037, 660, 087
  • Conveyor, Blackott Scraper Chain, 388
  • Conveyors, Electric Shaker, " Meco " Type, 387
  • Cores from Concrete Roads, Machine for Drilling. Holman Brothers. Ltd.. 178
  • Corrosion and Life of Structures, 599
  • Corrosion, Protection of Magnesium Alloys Against, 330
  • Corrosion, Thin Films and, Ulrick R. Evans, 291
  • Crane for Cape Town, 00-Ton Floating, 684
  • Crane, " Rapid." R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., 566
  • Crane. Rubber-tired Mobile, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., 565
  • Coupling, Flexible, 378
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, Weekly
  • Customs Union. European. 574
  • Cutting Machine, Portable Straight Line and Circle, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 56

D

  • DAM. Large Arch, Tujunga, 462
  • Defence of the Engineer. A, Profemor C. A. Middleton-Smith, 654
  • Diamond Jubilee of Electrilal Engineering Firm, William Geipel, Ltd. 419
  • Doom, C. J. van, Dutch Engineer Honoured by Japan, 570
  • Dryer, Super-Mobile, Johnston Brothers, 564
  • Duralumin, Heat Treatment and Ageing of, 358
  • Dust Arrester, Tests on, A. Herbert, Ltd., 18
  • Dutch Engineer. C. J. van Doom, Honoured by Japan. 570

E

  • EARTH Pressure Investigations, 400
  • Education for Salesmanship. 137; (Leader). 146

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Alternator for Brimsdown, Second Extra-high Tension, 350
  • Alternator Stator under Construction at Heaton Works, 542
  • Automatic Sub-stations, 224
  • Automatically Controlled Rectifier on London Underground Railway at Hendon, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.,19
  • Cable-making Film, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 18
  • Coil Ignition, 520
  • Combined Motor Starting and Power Factor Correcting Panel, 276
  • Contact Stud and Insulator, 544
  • Control Panel, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 544
  • Crank Shafts for Double-acting Diesel Engines. 274, 300
  • Design of Distribution System in Rural Area. 573
  • Early Electricity Supply. 466
  • Electric Generators, 439
  • Electric Driving Gear for Shaker Conveyor, 386
  • Electric Generating Station at Yallourn, Lignite-operated, 28. 40
  • Electric Hoist, Double Drum, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 613
  • Electric Locomotives, Oil-, for Siam, Sulzer Brothers, 151
  • Electric Motor, " Law," Portable, J. Harrison and Co. (Liverpool). Ltd., 86
  • Electric Motors. Enclosed, Lancashire Dynamo Motor Company, 152
  • Electric Power Stations, Gas Washers for, 500
  • Electric Tools, Demonstration Workshop for, 89
  • Electric Welder, Burke-Scott, 48
  • Electrical Accidents, 272
  • Electrical Development Association Exhibit at Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Warwick. 56
  • Electrical Distribution at. Woodstock, 301
  • Electrical Engineering Half a Century Ago, 385
  • Electrical Generator for Geophysical Surveying. Haslam and Newton, Ltd., 445
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions, Interim Report on. 400
  • Electrical Test on Three-phase Turbo - Alternator. 142
  • Electrical Theory, Relation Between Pure and Applied, G. Windred, 220
  • Electrically Operated Farm Pump, " Law," 179
  • Electricity Commissioners' Annual Report, 574
  • Electricity Developments at Tunbridge Wells, 660
  • Electricity in the Household, 327
  • Electricity in Transport, Place of, 326
  • Electrification of the Stockholm 3falmii Railway and Branch Lines, 417
  • Faraday and Modern Electrical Developments, Col. T. H. Minshall, 237
  • Frequency Standardisation, 96
  • Generation and Transmission of Electricity, 627
  • Generation of Electricity in Great Britain During Year 1930. 66
  • Generator Shaft. Straightening a Large, A. S. Robertson, 583
  • " Grid " Transformer with On-load Tap-changing Gear, 542, 543
  • High-tension Testing Equipment. Oerlikon Company, 194
  • Kearsley Power Station of Lancashire Power Company, 110. 134, 135; (Leader). 145 (Two-page Supplements, July 31.1, 1931, and August 7th, 1931)
  • Mechanical Aspects of Electricity, L. B. Atkinson, 509
  • Mercury Arc Rectifiers, Oerlikon, 622
  • Metal-clad Switchgear, English Electric Company, Ltd., 226
  • Metal Rectifier Applications, 241
  • Modern Electrical Developments and Faraday, 327
  • Motor, Portable Electric Farm, G.E.C., 84
  • Motor-driven Tenoning Machine, 554, 555
  • Overhead Line Polo Mounting Switch Fuses, George Ellison, Ltd., 526
  • Pioneenng in Electrical Engineering Half-a-century Ago. 385
  • Polyphase Motors. 600
  • Power Scheme, Progresso of National, 499
  • Power Station. Clyde's Mill, Report of Test, on Boilers at, 551
  • Power Stations and Air Pollution, 621
  • Rectifier Applications. Metal, 241
  • Rectifiers, Oorlikon Mercury Arc, 622
  • Rural Distribution, 573
  • Rural Electrification in Canada. 20
  • Rural Electrification in France, 028
  • Rural Electrification on North-East Coast, 305
  • South African Electricity Extensions, 516
  • Spark Neglecting Commutation, 400
  • Switch Fuses, Overhead Line Pole Mounting, George Ellison, Ltd. 526
  • Switchgear, Metal-cle:d, English Electric Company, Ltd., 226
  • Switchgear, Remote Control, at Woolwich,
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., 76
  • Tap-changing Gear, Transformer On-load, 604
  • Testing Equipment, High-tension, Oerlikon Company, 194
  • Transformer, Four-winding Three-phase 50-Cycle, Oerlikon Company, 304
  • Transformer Tap-changing Equipment, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 543
  • Tranisfonner On-load Tap-changing Gear. 604
  • Transformer Tapping Switches, 543
  • Turbo-generator Set at Brighton, 526
  • Visit to Heaton Works of C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 542, 546
  • Visit to Rugby Works, B.T.H. Company, Ltd., 36

ENGINES :

  • Engine, Newcomen, in Dearborn Museum, 303
  • Engine, Progress of Internal Combustion, W, A. Tookey, 389
  • Engine, 7 H.P. Atomic, Petters Ltd., 34, 35
  • Engine and Gear-box for " Lance " Chassis, Dennis Brother& Ltd., 540
  • Engines, Diesel, Crank Shafts for Double-acting, 274, 300
  • Oil Engine, Airless Injection Crude, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine, Akroyd Stuart and, 579, 589
  • Oil Engine, Cold-starting, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine Compressor Set, Roboys, Ltd., 124
  • Oil Engine for Transport Work, Heavy Fuel, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 566
  • Oil Engine, High-speed Compression-ignition, Armstrong-Saucer, 538
  • Oil4 Engine, Now Typo High-speed Heavy, 4
  • Oil Engine, Single-cylinder Airless Injection, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 511, 518
  • Oil Engine with A.E.C.-Ricardo Cylinder Head, 488
  • Oil Engine, 15 B.H.P., National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Oil Engine, 32 B.H.P. Twin-cylindor Crude, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 32, 33
  • Engine, 50 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Four-stroke Pattern, J. and H. McLaren, 57
  • Engine, 64 B.H.P. Solid Injection, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 33
  • Oil Engine, 64 B.H.P. Twin-cylinder Spring Injection Heavy Fuel, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 85
  • Oil Engine, 90 B.R.P. Six-cylinder Heavy. J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 84
  • Oil Engine, 110 B.H.P. Omo," Tangyes Ltd., 566
  • Oil Engine, 10 H.P. Portable Spray-cooled, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 513
  • Oil Engine, 18 H.P., It. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 31
  • Oil Engines, High-speed, 411
  • Oil Engines, Some Characteristics of High-speed Heavy, 656, 681
  • Oil Engines, 8-litre and 10-litre, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 488
  • Oil Engines, Welded Steel Columns for Submarine. 350
  • Marine Oil-Engine. The, 574
  • Marino Oil Engine Trials Committee, Sixth Report, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 566; (Leader), 574
  • Petrol Engine for Driving Portable Compressor, Atlantic Engine Company, Ltd., 549
  • Petrol Engine, " Twin Four," Air-cooled, Petters Ltd., 550
  • Petrol Engine, 2 B.H.P., Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 566
  • Petrol Engine, 36-85 H.P. Six-cylinder,
  • Albion Motors, Ltd., 522
  • Petrol Engine, 85 to 98 Horse-power Six-cylinder, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 486. 487
  • Poppet Valve and Sleeve Valve Engines, Daimler Company, Ltd., 538
  • Regenerative Heat Engines, 14
  • Steam Engine, Novel Design of High-speed, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 525 6 B.H.P. to 90 B.H.P. High-speed, Airless-injection Engines, J. and H. McLaren, 57
  • ENGINEER, A Defence of the, Professor C. A. Middleton-Smith, 654
  • Engineer's Supply Warehouse, Moving an, C. Churchill and Co., Ltd., 268
  • Engineers and National Government, 381
  • Engineers' Contributions to Canada's Development, 385
  • Engineers' German Circle, 596
  • Engineering Progress, Metals and Alloys in Relation to, 354
  • European Customs Union, 574
  • Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 565
  • Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 550
  • Excavator, Half Cubic Yard, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.. 514
  • Excavator, 160 B.H.P. Oil-driven Drag-line, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 525
  • Excavators, Caterpillar Mounting for, Ruston Bucyrus, Ltd., 175

EXHIBITIONS :

  • British Chemical Plant Exhibition. 63
  • Coal Face Machinery, Exhibition at Sheffield, 386
  • Faraday Exhibition at Royal Albert Hall, 300, 328, 339, 348, 383
  • International Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition at Olympia, 522
  • International Motor Car Show at Olympia, 400, 410, 430
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, 249, 276
  • Paris Exhibition, The Metropolitan Building, 120, 127
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibi• Lion, 511, 549, 564
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Warwick, 8, 31, 56, 84; Awards Society's Silver Medals, 31
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, 260, 284, 312, 341, 371, One 16-page Suppt. and One Pour-page Plate, 11.9.31.
  • Smithfield Club Show, 613
  • Wireless Exhibition, 327
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank, Friends of the, 465

F

  • FACTORY Building in Canada by Arc Welding, 617
  • Faraday, Michael, Centenary of, 353

Faraday Centenary Celebrations: 164, 326, 327

  • Conference :
  • Place of Electricity in Terms of Utilisation of Power and Transport Communications and in the Household, 326
  • "Communications," Sir Oliver Lodge, F.H.B., 327

Faraday Centenary Celebrations (continued)

  • CONFERENCE (continued):
  • "Domestic Applications of Electricity," L. B. Atkinson, 327
  • "Electricity in the Household," Miss C. Hamlett, 327
  • 14 Place of Electricity in Transport," Sir Josiah Stamp, 326
  • "Power," J. S. Highfield, 326
  • FARADAY and Modern Electrical Developments, Colonel T. H. Minshall, 237
  • Farm Utility Truck, Ford Motor Company, 34
  • Federation of British Industries and the Financial Situation, 299
  • Fertiliser Plant and Zinc Recovery Plant in British Columbia, 60, 68
  • Filter, Multiple-loaf, Manlove, Alliott and Co. Ltd., 64; (Correction, 184)
  • Filter, Rotary, Dorr Co., Ltd., 64
  • Filtration Plant for Swimming Bath, 150
  • Financial Situation, F.B.I. Issues Statement on, 299
  • Fire Pumping Sot, Trailer, Gwynnes-Foster, 31, 32
  • Flames, Study of, 319
  • Flowing Water, J. M. Lacey, 3, 481, 508
  • Flue Gases in Furnaces, 122
  • Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, 399
  • Forging Press for Soviet Government, 417
  • Forthcoming Engagements, Weekly
  • Foundry for Light Iron Cacitings, John Harper and Co., Ltd., 268

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • African Air Service, 157
  • Agricultural Tractors, 395
  • Anthracite, Tonkin, 233
  • Belgian Coal Licences, 257
  • Bridge, A Big Suspension, at Cavaillon, 131
  • British Trade Blocked, 585
  • Coal, 365, 451
  • Coal Import Licences, 107
  • Coal Imports, 531
  • Coal Restrictions, 183, 209
  • Coal Trade, 81
  • Coal Treatment. 257
  • Colonial Machinery, 337
  • Colonial Railways, 477
  • Commercial Vehicles, 639
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantiquo, 183
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique's
  • Finance, 25, 53
  • Compressed Coal Gas and Suction Gas. 53
  • Congo Railway. 157
  • Cross-Channel Services, 689
  • Destroyers, 451
  • Destroyers Launched, 659
  • Electric Omnibuses, 131
  • Electrical Organisation, 477
  • Electrically Welded Destroyer " Epervier." 209
  • Engineering, 309
  • Engineering Trades, 209
  • Financing Trade. 157
  • Fly-wheel Burst, 257
  • Foreign Exchanges, 531
  • Foreign Trade, 233
  • Fuel Summary, 365
  • Fuels, Solid, 25
  • Harbour Works, 257, 309
  • Ile D'Oleron Schemes, 559
  • Import Restrictions, 689
  • Industrial Collaboration, 233
  • Industrial Groups, 665
  • Kombs Power Station, 131
  • Light Cruisers. 183
  • Liner " Champlain " Launched, 209
  • Locomotive Developments, 611
  • Machinery, 531
  • Marine Exhibition, 505
  • Merchant Bar Union, 131
  • Merchant Marine, 689
  • Motor Fuels. 309
  • Motor Roads, 451
  • Motor Traffic. 505
  • Naval Construction, 611
  • Naval Construction for 1932-33, 53
  • Paris Railway Bridge, 183
  • Paris Transport, 451
  • Paris Water Supply, 337
  • Pneumatic-tired Rail Coaches, 131
  • Port of Paris, 611 _
  • Production Costa, 395
  • Public Works, 107, 451, 639
  • Quotations in Sterling, 477
  • Rail Coach, Pneumatic-tired, 309
  • Rail Motor Cars, 423
  • Railway Deficits, 157, 559
  • Railway Electrification, 665
  • Railway Organisation, 281, 611
  • Railway Reforms, 20
  • Refuse Disposal at Aix-en-Provence, 281
  • Road Testing, 659
  • Rolling Stock, 81
  • Screw Propeller, Centenary Celebrations, 257
  • Shipbuilding, 209
  • Ship Canal Across France, 395
  • Shipping, 611
  • Stool Cartel, 107
  • Stool Trade, 233
  • Strike, Novel Building, 365
  • Super Liner, The Now, 505
  • Taxes on Imports, 665
  • Telephone Tunnels, 209
  • The Navy, 423
  • Tidal Energy, 337
  • Torrofied Wood for Gas Producers, 53
  • Trade Balances, 639
  • Trade Dilemma, 423
  • Trade Outlook, 365, 531
  • Trade Problems, 585
  • Trade Protection, 505
  • Trade Reprisals, 559
  • Trade Situation, 183
  • Trade Tendencies, 281
  • Trade with Russia, 107
  • Transatlantic Freights, 81
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 337
  • Unemployment. 689
  • Warm Water Energy, 395; (A Correction), 477
  • FRICTION Gear, Diskon Variable-speed, 250
  • Fuel Oil Industries, Present Position of, J. B. C. Kershaw, 146
  • Fuel Oil Strainer, Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 522
  • Furness, Withy, Electrically Propelled Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 507, 572, 576, 677, 692, 593
  • Future of Steam at Sea, 172

G

  • GAS Compressor. Winterthur, 88
  • Gas Distribution from French Coalfields, 87
  • Gas Industry, 399
  • Gas Washers for Electric Power Stations, 500
  • Gear, Diskon Variable-speed Friction, 250
  • Gear, Five-speed Compound Epicyclic, Improved Gears, Ltd.. 359
  • Gear, Holroyd-Walker Worm. 436, 580
  • Gear, Variable Speed, for Coal Cutters, 387
  • Gearing, Worm, and Some of its Applications. B. J. Shillito, 615
  • Geipol, William, Ltd., Diamond Jubilee of, 419
  • Geophysical Methods of Prospecting, 384
  • Geophysical Surveying, Electrical Generator for. 445
  • Geophysics, 112, 140, 161, 200, 213; (Loader), 121
  • Glass Silk as a Heat Insulator, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 150
  • Good, E. T., Coal Transport Conditions, 238
  • Governor Feed for Sawing Machines, 470
  • Grader, Chipping, Pogson, Ltd.. 565
  • Grain Drier, E. R. and F. Turner, Ltd., 56
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 144, 148, 165, 170, 190, 191, 196, 218, 222, 239, 246
  • Granulator, Single-toggle Typo, Hadfiekis, Ltd., 511
  • Green, F. W., Use of Self-propelling Vehicles for Railway Passenger Traffic, 676
  • Gresley, H. N., Locomotive Experimental Stations, 72'
  • Grinder, Rotary Pneumatic, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 549
  • Grinding Wheels Factory at Welwyn Garden City, 604
  • Grit Catcher, Now Form of, Pneumatic Conveyance and Extraction (1929), Ltd., 45
  • Growth of Cities, F. Pick, 402
  • Guy, H. L., Some Reflections on Technical Education, 176

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  • HAMMER, Humanity under the, 455
  • Harbour Works at Port Elizabeth, 596
  • Hauling Appliance with Hold-fast Attachment, "Sylvester " Typo, 387
  • Hay Loader, " Monarch," L. R. Knapp and Co., Ltd., 85
  • Heat Insulator, Glass Silk as, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 150
  • Highway Memorial, Mount Vernon. 490

HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SECOND INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS 14, 42

  • Presidential Address by Dr. Charles Sinfer, The Value of Scientific and Technological History, 14; (Loader), 41
  • Chicago Centennial Exhibition, 1933, 43
  • Interdependence of Pure and Applied Science, Discussion, 42
  • Invitation from German Government to hold Third Congress in Berlin in 1934, 43
  • Physical and Biological Sciences, Discussion, 42
  • Physics and Technology, Professor A. Joffe, 43
  • Reception at. University of London. Institute of Historical Research. 42
  • Teaching of History of Science, Discussion, 15
  • The Sciences as an Integral Part of General Historical Study, Discussion, 15
  • HOIST, Double-drum Electric, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Ltd., 513
  • Humanity Under the Hammer, Lieut. -Colonel E. Kitson Clark, 455
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Beauharnois. Progress on Construction of, 472
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, The Grampian, 144, 148, 165, 170, 190, 191, 196, 218, 222. 239, 246

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  • ILLUMINATION, Progress of, 247
  • Indentation Hardness of Test Pieces, 400
  • Industrial Production in Soviet Russia, 412
  • Industrial Research in America, 89
  • Industry and the Graduate, 171
  • Inspiration and Perspiration. 439

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR CAR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA :

  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Six cylinder Cars, 30 H.P. Down to 12 H.P. Engines, 432
  • Austin Motor Company, Ltd.," Twelve-Six " Saloon, 401, 410; Pump, etrol, 401, 402
  • Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd., Boat, Motor Transom° Drive, 434
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., 20.9 H.P. Saloon, 15.7 H.P. Saloon-de-Luxe, 10 H.P. Saloon, 431
  • Daimler Company, Ltd.. Six-cylinder 16-20 H.P. to 35 H.P. Daimler Car, 432; 15-18 H.P. Lanchester Car, 432; Hub and
  • Brake and Valve Gear, Lanchester Car 432
  • Humber - Hillman, Ltd., Four - cylinder 9.8 H.P. Car " Minx," 433
  • Lagonda, Ltd., 3-Litre Lagonda Car, 431
  • Lancia (England), Ltd.. Eight-cylinder Car, 433
  • Morgan-Hastings, Ltd., Four-cylinder Motor Car " Derby," 431
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., Family-Eight Saloon, 401. 410 " " Sports Saloon, 401, 410
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company. Ltd., Petrol Engine, 110-120 B.H.P. Six-cylinder High-speed, 433
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., Chassis of 40-50 H.P. Car, 431
  • Rover Company, Ltd.. Six-cylinder 12 H.P. Car " Pilot." 433; Four-seater 6. 97 H.P. Engined Car, 432
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Launch, 38ft. High-speed, with Two 110 B.H.Pr Six-cylinder Engines, 433; Oil Engine, 80-100 13.H.1'. High-speed Heavy, 433; Yacht's Tender, 14ft., 6 B.H.P. Watamota " Engine, 433

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR CAR EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA (continued):

  • Wiseman, Alfred, Ltd., Engines, High-speed Compression-ignition, 433, 434; Pump, "Verus " Fuel, 433, 434
  • Wolseley Motors (1927), Ltd., Six-cylinder 21-60 H.P. Car, 4(11; Six-cylinder Four-door Saloon " Hornet," 401, 410; 16-60 II.P. Car " Viper," 401

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Atmosphere, Origin of Iron in Corrosion Products Duo to London's, 355
  • Behaviour of Steel at High Temperatures, V. 13. Harley Mason, Abstract from Report, Manchester Steam Users' Association, 115,
  • Colorising of Steel, 139
  • Chromium-iron Constitutional Diagram, 370
  • Critical Study of Origin of Banded Structure of Hot-worked Hypo-eutectoid Steel, 370
  • Effect of Molybdenum on Medium-carbon Steels Containing 1 to 2.5 Per Cont. Manganese, 347
  • Faraday's Steels and Alloys, Notes on a Research on, 319
  • Hardness of Steel Tube Along Certain "Luders " and " Piobert " Linos, 400
  • Influences of Silicon on Nickel Steel, 347
  • Iron, " G," High-duty, British Chemical Standard, 66
  • Iron and Steel Alloy Developments in America, 202
  • Iron and Steel Developments in America, 150
  • Iron Castings, Foundry for Light, John Harper and Co., Ltd., 268
  • Iron-tin Alloys, Study of Construction of, 347
  • Metals and Alloys in Relation to Engineering Progress, 354
  • Molybdenum, Effect of, on Medium-carbon Steels, 347
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Report. Half-yearly Output of Iron and Stool, 66; * Iron and Steel Production in July, 202
  • Nickel-clad Steel Plate, 89
  • Phenomenon of Tensile Yield in Mild Steel and Iron, 400
  • Plastic Strain in Relation to Fatigue in Mild Steel, 400
  • Solidification and Crystallisation of Steel Ingots, 370
  • Spring Steels, Effect of Surface Conditions Produced by Heat Treatment on the Fatigue Resistance of, 370
  • Steel Casting Production in United States, 321
  • Steel, Critical Study of Origin of Banded Structure of Hot-worked Hypo-eutectoid, 370
  • Steel Ingots, Solidification and Crystallisation ot, 370
  • Steel Structures Research Committee's Report, 569
  • Steels, Surface Hardening of Nitrogen of Special Aluminium - chromium - molybdenum, 370
  • Steels and Alloys, Notes on Research on Faraday's, 319
  • Surface Hardening by Nitrogen of Special Aluminium - chromium - molybdenum
  • Steels on Production Basis, 370
  • Upper and Lower Yield Points in Steel to Non-uniform Distributions of Stress, 400
  • Yield Points in Steel, 400
  • IRRIGATION Research Work in the Punjab, 37

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  • JAPAN'S Tribute to Dutch Engineer, C. J. van Doom, 570
  • Jewels and Pivots, 66
  • Joint, High-pressure Pipe, 66
  • Joint, Novel Universal, 445
  • Jointing Aluminium, Some Practical Notes on, A. J. T. Eyles, 618
  • Joists, Model Built-up, 276

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  • KEARSLEY Power Station of Lancashire Power Company 110, 134, 135; (Leader), 145 (Two-page Supplements,

July 31st, 1931, and August 7th, 1931)

  • Kinetic Elutriator, Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 514

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  • LABORATORY at Cathcart Works of G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 682
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 79, 129, 150, 207, - 234, 307, 529, 663
  • Laws of Ship Resistance, G. S. Baker, 534, 562, 588, 614, 642, 668
  • Load, Alloys of, Spectrographic Assay of Some, 359
  • Lead Alloys, Effects of Cold Rolling and Heat Treatment on Some, 330

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • "All the Colours of the Rainbow," 880
  • As Others See Us, 197
  • Automatic Sub-stations, 224
  • Balance of Trade, 325
  • British Turbines on the Continent, 679
  • Coil Ignition, 520
  • Confidence, 519
  • Corrosion and Life of Structures, 599
  • Cunard Liner, The New, 653
  • Depletion of London's Underground Reservoir, 41
  • Early Electricity Supply, 466
  • Efficiency of Kearsloy, 145
  • Efficiency of Steam NOZZIOR, 13, 70
  • Electric Generators, 439
  • Electrical Accidents, 272
  • Engineers and a National Government, 381
  • Flue Gases in Furnaces. 122
  • Frequency Standardisation, 96
  • -Friends of the Tank, 465
  • Future of Steam at Sea. 172

LEADING ARTICLES (continued) :

  • Geared Locomotives. 494
  • General Election. 465
  • Generation and Transmission of Electricity. 627
  • Geophysics, 121
  • History, 41
  • Industry and the Graduate, 171
  • Inspiration and Perspiration. 439
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, 69
  • Marine Oil Engine, 574
  • Motor Cars in France. 382
  • National Economy, 247
  • Nature of Combustion, 223
  • Non-destructive 'resting. 381
  • Oil Engines. High-speed, 411
  • Polyphase Motors, 600
  • Profession of Salesmanship. 146
  • Progress of Illumination, 247
  • Prophecy and Progress. 353
  • Railway Accidents, 298
  • Regenerative Heat Engines, 14
  • Rural Distribution, 573
  • Rural Electrification in Franco, 628
  • Salaries, 271
  • Schneider Trophy Competition. 297
  • Steel Sleepers, 653
  • Technical Psychology. 197
  • The Classics and the Engineer. 95
  • The Pound Abroad. 493
  • The Slogan. 647
  • Trade and Barter, 298
  • Two Centenaries. Michael Faraday itn(1
  • British Association, 353
  • Vibration. Physical and Physiological Aspects of. 547
  • Voiding and the Weldor, 411
  • X-Ray Crystal Analysis. 326

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Basic Bessemer Steel. Vernon Harbord, 17
  • Boiler Tube Expansion, Fumaroblo, 489
  • Boiler Incrustation, James Tobin, 541
  • Coal Transport Conditions, Philip Gee. 265
  • Combustion, Nature of, E. W. C. %Vilkins. 265
  • Concrete, J. C. G. Mules, 516
  • Credits and Industry, C. H. Douglas. 05
  • " Diesel-electric " Railway Traction. Commercial Fallacy of. W. P. Durtnall, 217
  • C. M. Beckett, 252
  • Efficiency of Kearsley, R. H. Dibb, 193;
  • W. Ross, 217; K. W. H., 252
  • Efficiency of Steam Nozzles, H. M. Martin, 88, 123
  • Frictionless Unlock, H. R. Kompc. 294;
  • R. Stanley Lewis, 408
  • Grampian Power Scheme, E. Bruce Ball, jun.. 350
  • In the Hands of the Bank, T. H. Silk, 174
  • Industrial Peace, V. A. Malcolmson, 490
  • Inside Walschaerts Valve Gear, C. F. Doody Marshall, 632
  • Lewin Locomotives, Salt Union, Ltd., 38;
  • G. Goo. Woodcock, 65
  • Line and Anglo Bisector, H. R. Kempo, 123
  • Locomotive Testing, W. A. Tuplin, 123
  • Locomotive Testing Plant, H. A. 13., 88;
  • G.W.R. Driver, 139
  • London's Underground Water, James Romanes, 65
  • Low • temperature Carbonisation, Robert Maclaurin, 216
  • Main Lino Electrification. M.I.C.E.. M .1. E . E., 265; J. G. H. Warren, 265
  • Modern Concrete, Concrete. 462; A. C. Vivian, 490
  • Murdock Letters, R. Barclay Murdock, 139
  • Privately Owned NVagons, E. R. B. Roberts, 88 • E. T. Good, 138
  • Problem of Waste. John L. Hodgson, 349
  • Problems of Electricity Supply. William P. Durtnall, 17
  • Profit. Sharing in 1930, E. V. Mundy, 175
  • Rail Rates Handicap on Steel, 18
  • Railway Electrification. G. Lomonosoff, 193
  • Railway Improvements, C. Turvillo Gardner, 294; J. J. C. Berkeley, 322
  • Railways and the Public, A Traveller, 123; Debenture, 193; C. R. King. 251
  • Research in Industry. Campbell Macmillan. 217
  • Rimming Steel, S. G. Koon, 490
  • Road to Prosperity, H. O, Wraith. 516
  • Rockets and the Upper Atmosphere, C. F. Dondy Marshall, 408
  • Roll Heating, K. Younghusband, 570
  • Rotor Ship, M. T. Tudsbory, 641
  • Shear Stress in Helical Springs, Andrew Swan, 174; J. R. Townsend, 252
  • Silicon Steel, Henry, 123
  • Standard of Wages. E. Pease, 489
  • Standardisation of Frequency and Ritil‘%ny Traction Energy. W. P. Durtnall, 1:is Steel Foundry Costs. J. W., 516
  • Stresses in Helical Springs. L. E. Adik ins. 193
  • Jacob Bromberg, 193
  • Sud Express. Andre Bourbon. 123
  • Tracing Paper, T. H. Webster, 217; W. .1. Haldon, 294
  • Tragedy of " R. 101," E. F. Spanner. 490
  • Waste, R. Gaudin. 402; Francis Prowott, 541
  • LIFT Service for Cavern Visitors in New Mexico, 47
  • Lighting Set, 5 kW Electric Generator, Driven by. 10 B.H.P. Engine. J. and H. McLaren, 57
  • Lignite-operated Electric Generating Station, The Yallourn, 28, 40
  • Links in History of tho Locomotive, R. N. Appleby Miller, 298

LITERATURE :
Reviews :

  • Bridges, Elastic Arch, C. 13. McCullough and E. S. Thayer, 548
  • Coal, Preparation, Selection and Distribution of, 575
  • Creep of Metals, H. J. Topsoil, 496
  • Electric Trolley Bus, R. A. Bishop. 441
  • Electrical Insulating Materials, 13. H. Warren, 43
  • Faraday, B.E.M.A., 248
  • Faraday and His Metallurgical Researches,
  • Sir Robert Hadfield, 628
  • Faraday, Michael, and Some of his Contemporaries. William Cramp, 655

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LITERATURE (continued) :
Reviews (continued) :

  • Geophysical Surveying, Principles and Practice of, A. B. Edge and McLaby, 249
  • History of Great Western Railway, Vol. II., 1863-1921, E. T. MacDermott, 680
  • Hyperbolics, Elementary, M. E. J. Ghenry do Bray, 172
  • Mining Electrical Machinery, H. Cotton, 467
  • Official History of the War : Naval Operations, Vols. IV. and V., Sir Henry Newbolt, 413
  • Quest for Power, Hugh P. and Margaret W. Vowles, 413
  • Railway Literature, 1556-1830: A Handlist, R. A. Poddie, 655
  • Tragedy of " R. 101," E. F. Spanner, 441
  • Viscometry, Monograph of, Guy Barr, 273
  • Woalden Iron, Ernest Straker, 92

Short Notices :

  • Automobile Engines, A. W. Judge, 575
  • British Chemical Industry, History of, Stephen Miall, 199
  • Clocks, Electric, F. Hope Jones, 249
  • Direct-current Machine Design, A. W. Hirst, 496
  • Electricity for Coal Mining Students, 496
  • Electric Motor Management, H. Avery, 199
  • Electrolytic Conduction, F. H. Newman, 122
  • Fractional Horse-power Motors, A. H. Avery, 413
  • Heat Drop Tables, Calculated by Herbert Moss, 122
  • Locks and Lockmaking, F. J. Butler, 575
  • Marine Boiler Design, Charts and Data on, H. C. Walker, 123
  • Power Distribution and Electric Traction, Examples in, A. T. Dover, 199
  • Quartz Resonators and Oscillators, P. Vigoureux, 413
  • Radio Engineering, Experimental, .1. H. Morecroft, 413
  • Wireless, L. B. Turner, 413

Books Received :

  • Administration Report of the Aden Port Trust for 1929.1930, 71
  • Advancing Science, Sir Oliver Lodge, 327
  • Advertiser's A.B.C., 1931, 249
  • Algebra for the Practical Man, J. E.;Thompson. 413
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and Practices : Chapter XVI., Interlocking, 199
  • Annales des Fonts of Chaussees, 1931,
  • Fase. III., Mai-Juin, (1) Partie Administ rative, (2) Partie Technique, 225
  • .11.1 t hmetie for the Practical Man, J. E. Thompson, 413
  • Automotive Repair, Vol. II., for Electrical Service Men, second edition, J. C. Wright, 496
  • Balancing of Machinery, C. N. Fletcher, 413
  • Barrow-in-Furness : Commercially Considered, 199
  • Bridges of the Rhine, K. Miihringer, 413
  • British Empire in 1950, G. Moores, 225
  • British Empire Trades Index, 1931-32, 441
  • British Engineers' Association Classified
  • Handbook of Members and their Manufactures, 1931, 327
  • British Waterworks Year Book and Directory, with Statistical Tables, 1931. Third Edition,
  • Edited by 0. P. Warner Terry, 225
  • Bronze and Rotguss, 92
  • Calculus for the Practical Man, J. E. Thompson, 413
  • Causes and Cures of Unemployment, Sir W. H. Beveridge, K.C.B., 249
  • Ceramics and Road Materials, Investigations in, 1928-29, 548
  • Charts and Data on Marine Boiler Design, H. C. Walker, 7
  • Chemistry in the Service of Man, Fourth Edition, A. Findlay, 327
  • Coal, Preparation, Selection and Distribution of, 467
  • Coal Tar and Some of its Products, Second Edition, A. R. Warner, 199
  • Company Accounts and Balance Sheets, K. and M. Moore, 629
  • Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vol. XL, J. W. Mellor, 71
  • Congres International des Mines, de la Metallurgic, et de la Geologic appliqués, VIme Session, Liege, 22-28 Jum, 1930,
  • Section de Geologic : Section de Metallurgie; Section des Mines, 521
  • Corrosion of Power Plant Equipment by Flue Gases : A Report of an Investigation Conducted by the Engineering Experiment Station, University of Illinois in Co-operation with the Utilities Research Commission, H. F. Johnstone, 71
  • Creep of Metals, H. J. Tapsell, 7
  • Dictionary of Electrical Terms, Second Edition, S. R. Rogot, 521
  • Dio Dampfturbinon, ihr Borochnung and Konstruktion, Dr.-Ing. Gustav FIngel, 575
  • Direct-current Machine Design, A. W. Hirst, 413
  • Dynamics of Airplanes and Airplane Structures, J. E. Younger and B. M. Woods, 413
  • Economics for Engineers, E. L. Bowers and R. H. Rowntree, 249
  • Elastic Arch Bridges, C. B. McCullough and E. S. Thayer, 496
  • Electricity and Magnetism, S. G. Starling, 327
  • Electricity for Coal-mining Students, J.. Stevenson and W. Miller, 413
  • Electric Motor Management, A. H. Avery, 7
  • Electric Trolley Bus, R. A. Bishop, 355
  • Elements of Machine Design, Wilfrid Collins, 147
  • Elements of Machine Design, Part H., Chiefly on Engine Details, Revised Edition
  • by W. Cawthorno Unwin, F.R.S., and
  • A. L. Mellanby, 441
  • Engineering Geology, Fourth Edition, H. Ries and T. L. Watson, 92
  • Examples in Power Distribution and Electric Traction, A. T. Dover, 43
  • Exchange Tables, European, L. S. Dee, 467
  • Experimental Radio Engineering, J. H. Morecroft, 172
  • Faraday and Some of his Contemporaries, Michael Wm Cramp, 521
  • First Ideas in the Calculus, L. Crosland, 521 7

LITERATURE (continued):
Books Received (continued):

  • Flutter of Monoplanes, Biplanes, and Tail Units, R. A. Frazer and W. J. Ducan, 172
  • Government of Bombay Lloyd Barrage, Sukkur Views, Vol. I., 71
  • Heat Engines, S. H. Moorfield and H. H. Winstanley, 441
  • Heavy Oil Engines of Akroyd Type, W. Robinson, 71
  • Highway Curves, Second Edition, H. C. Ives, 629
  • H.M. STATIONERY OFFICE PUBLICATIONS :
  • British Rainfall, 1930, 548
  • Economic Conditions in Chile, 1930, Report by E. Murray Harvey, 249
  • Economic Conditions in the United States of America, March, 1931, Report by Sir
  • J. Joyce Broderick, K.B.E.. C.M.G., and A. J. Pack, 43
  • Henson and Stringfellow : Their Work in Aeronautics, M. J. B. Davy, 199
  • Ignition of Fire-damp by Coal-mining Explosives : I., Gallery Experiments, H. C. Grimshaw and W. Payman, 249
  • Ignition of Fire-damp by the Heat of Impact of Coal Cutter Picks Against Rocks, M. J. Burgess and R. V. Wheeler, 199
  • Index to the Literature of Food Investiga tion, Vol. III., No. 1, March, 1931, 71
  • Light Spirits from the Low-temperature Carbonisation of Coal, Fuel Research Technical Paper No. 34, D. Hicks and J. G. King, 521
  • Manual of Rigging for Aircraft, 1931, 249
  • Markets for Internal Combustion Engines, 249
  • Ninth Annual Report of the Safety in Mine Research Board, 1930, 249
  • Physical and Chemical Survey of the Natural Coal Resources : No. 18, The Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, and Derby shire Coalfield, South Yorkshire Area, The Barnsley Seam, 199
  • Possible Cause of Aircraft Fires on Crash, W. 0. Glondinning, 172
  • Quartz Resonators and Oscillators, P. Vigouroux, 225
  • Report on Conferences between Employers and Inspectors concerning Methods of
  • Suppressing Dust in Asbestos Textile Factories, 172
  • Report of the Food Investigation Board for the Year 1930, 7
  • Report of the United Kingdom Trade Mission to Egypt, February-March. 1931, 4:3
  • Routine Test of the Inflammability of Mine Dusts, Paper No. 68, A. L. God bert, 43
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Paper No. 67 : The Pressures Produced on Blowing Electric Fuse Links, * * The Effect on the Surrounding Atmosphere. G. Allsop and P. B. Smith, 71
  • Sulphur Compounds in Water-gas and their Removal, Fuel Research Technical Paper No. 31, 43
  • Tests on Timber Pit Props, S. M. Dixon and M. A. Hogan, 413
  • Veek13,, Weather Report : March 2nd, 1930-February 28th, 1931, 327
  • Workshop Notes on the Condor Engines. Series 111A, 111n, and 11 inns, 43
  • History of the British Chemical Industry, Written for the Society of Chemical Industry on the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of its Foundation, Stephen Miall 43
  • History of the Groat Western Railway, Vol. H., 1863-1921, E. T. MacDermot, 575
  • Hydro-electric Development in the British Empire, J. E. Robbins, 71
  • Income Tax and the Professional Man, K. A. Coles, 629
  • Influence of Atmosphere and Temperature on the Behaviour of Steel in Forging Furnaces, D. W. Murphy and W. E. Jominy, 629
  • Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engi neers, Vol. 29, 147
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers " Pro ceedings," 1930, Vol. 2, 147
  • Internal Combustion Engine, D. R. Pyo, 629
  • Investigation into the Strength of Rail Joints, H. Howe and L. H. Swain, 199
  • Jahrbuch 1931 dor Deutschen Versuchs anstalt fur Luftfahrt, E.V., Edited by Dr.-Ing. W. Hoff, 441
  • Journal of Research of the Bradford Technical College, Vol. I., 327
  • Journal of the British Wood-preserving Association, Vol. I., 199
  • Journal of the Institute of Metals, Vol. XLV.,
  • No. 1, 1931, Edited by G. Shaw Scott, 43
  • Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, Vol. CXXII., Edited by G. C. Lloyd, 521
  • Kinematics of Machinery, C. D. Albert and F. S. Rogers, 629
  • Kingston's Continental Price Conversion Tables, A. G. Kingston, 327
  • Kingston's Price Equivalent Tables : " Per Yard and Metre " and " Per Pound and Kilogram," 172
  • Land Ho ! The Last of Her Race and the Convoy, E. C. Bowdon-Smith, 629
  • Le Commandement Naval on Mediterran6o Pendant la Guerre do 1914-1918, 355
  • Les Machines d Courants Continua, R. Langlois-Berthelot, 521
  • Light Aeroplane Manual, F. D. Bradbrooke, 92
  • Linoleum Handbuch, M. H. G. Bodenbender, 327
  • Locks and Loekmaking, Second Edition, F. J. Butler, 225
  • Macmillan Table Slide Rule, J. P. Ballantino, 7
  • Main Line Railways of Great Britain, 1923-1930; A Study by the Railway Research Service. Based on Official Figures, 249
  • Manufacturing Industries of the British Empire Overseas, Part IV., New Zealand, 7
  • Mathematics, B. B. Low, 327
  • Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Undertakings (Garcke), Vol. 34, September, 1931, Edited by F. C. Garrett, 575

LITERATURE (continued) :
Books Received (continued) :

  • Materials of Construction : Their Manufacture and Properties, by the late Professor A. P. Mills, Fourth Edition, Edited by H. W. Hayward, 249
  • Metallographers' Handbook of Etching, Compiled by T. Berglund, Translated by W. H. Dearden, 413
  • Mineral Resources of the United States, 1928, Part I., Metal; Part IL, Non-metals, F..1. Katz, 71
  • Mineralogy, Sixth Edition, F. H. Hatch, 7
  • Mining Electrical Engineering, H. Cotton, 92
  • Modern Soap and Detergent Industry,Two Volumes, Second Edition; Vol. L, Teory and Practice of Soap Making; Vol. IL, The Manufacture of Special Soaps and Detergent Compositions, G. Martin, 92
  • Monopoly of Credit, C. H. Douglas, 629
  • Motor Manual, Twenty-eighth Edition, 249
  • Motor Vehicles and Their Engines, E. S. Fraser and R. B. Jones, Fourth Edition, L. A. Dunbar, 575
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers; First Report of the Corrosion Committee to the Iron and Steel Industrial Research Council, 521
  • Naval Operations, Vol. V., 1917 to the Armistice, Two Parts, Sir Henry Newbolt, 43
  • New Matriculation Light, Second Edition, R. W. Stewart, Revised by R. W. Hutchinson, 225
  • Notes on Tube Railway Construction. H. C. Salmond, 71
  • Past Years : An Autobiography. Sir Oliver Lodge, 575
  • Petroleum Refinery Statistics, 1929, G. R. Hopkins. 249
  • Physics of High Pressure, P. W. Bridgman, 413
  • Practical Railway Operating. T. Bernard Hese, 413
  • Principles and Practice of Geophysical Prospecting Being the Report of the Imperial Geophysical Experimental Survey, Edited by A. B. Broughton Edge and T. H. Laby, 147
  • Principles and Problems of Aircraft Engines.M. M. Farloigh, 249
  • Principles of Company Law. Eighth Edition. A. F. Topham, 71
  • Problem of Fluctuating Loads on Boilers, 0. E. Hider, 249
  • Problems in Thermodynamics and Steam Power Plant Engineering, E. A. Feasenden and T. G. Estop, 496
  • Public Works Department, Madras Presidency : Administration Report for the Year 1929-30; Part II., Irrigation, 71
  • Quantities for the Use of Architects, Surveyors, Civil Engineers and Builders, Professor Banister Fletcher and H. P. Fletcher, Tenth Edition. Revised by A. E. Bayliss 441
  • Radio Telegraphy and Telephony, Second Edition, It. L. Duncan and C. E. Drew. 629
  • Register of Civilian Aircraft, Compiled by W. D. Manning and R. L. Preston, 327
  • Reinforced Concrete Reservoirs and Tanks, W. S. Gray, 413
  • The Roeblings : A Century of Engineers. Bridge Builders and Industrialists, Hamilton Schuyler, 629
  • Romance of Electricity, W. L. Randoll, 225
  • Selected Papers from the Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, Vol. 1929, 43
  • Short History of Imperial Preference, Major the Rt. Hon. G. C. Tryon, 327
  • Stainless Iron and Steel, Second Edition, J. H. G. Monypenny. 521
  • Standardised Designs for Overhead Distribution and Transmission Lines, Brochure Prepared by the Cable Research Committee, 71
  • Staubausscheidung an einfachen Korpern and in Luftfiltorn, Dr.-Ing. W. Sell, 327
  • Strews Diagrams and Drawing-office Practice, E. N. Di wood, 71
  • Students' Textbook of Reinforced Concrete : Theory and Practice, R. P. Means, 413
  • Surveying from Air Photographs, Captain M. Hotino, 92
  • Surveying Manual, Second Edition, H. C. Ives, 92
  • Tables and Memoranda, Seventh Edition, J. Wright Clarke, revised by W. Scott, 43
  • Tacheometric Tables, F. A. Redmond, 249
  • Technical Paper No. 279, Report on Track Practice on American and Canadian Railways, A. F. Harvey, 71
  • Technical Writing, T. A. Rickard, 355
  • Theoretical Naval Architecture, E. L. Attwood, Revised by II. S. Pongelly. 71
  • Theory of Simple Structures, T. C. Shedd and J. Vawter, 629
  • Through Tariffs to Prosperity, H. G. Williams, 327
  • Train Lighting, Electric, Theory and Practice, C. Coppock, 548
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, Vol. 8, 1930, 521
  • " Transactions of the Institution of Naval Architects, Vol. LXXIII, Edited by R. W. Dana, 521
  • Trigonometry for the Practical Man, J. E. Thompson, 413
  • Vergloichende Unterauchung von Trocken stollen, H. Wolff, 172
  • Warning Agents for Fuel Gases, Monograph 4 of the Bureau of Mines, 521
  • Water Diviners and their Methods, HellriMager, translated by A. H. Bell, 629
  • Weights Pricer, " Express " T.C.Q., 467
  • Welding of Structures, A. V. Prince, 521
  • Wireless : A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of High-frequency Electric Signalling, L. B. Turner. 355
  • Wirtschaftliche-Stutzung von Traggebilden, M. Ing. R. Schonhiifer, 327
  • Workmen's Compensation Acts, 1925 to 1931, with Notes, Rules, Orders and Regulations, Twenty-seventh Edition, W. Addington Willis, 71

Books of Reference :

  • Almanac:1c for 1932, An, J. Whitaker, 676
  • British Empire Trade Index, 1931-32, 498
  • British Waterworks Year Book and Directory with Statistical Tables, 1930-31, 498

LITERATURE (continued):
Books of Reference (continued) :

  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 1931, 498
  • Railway Year Book for 1931, 498
  • South American Handbook, 1932, edited by Howell Davies. 076
  • LIVERPOOL-EAST Lancashire Road, 2, 12
  • Lixiviation of Phosphatic Rock. Plant for, Dorn Co., Ltd., 64
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 435
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 408
  • Lloyd's Register, Wreck Statistics for 1930. 127
  • Lloyd's Register Year Book, 138
  • Loader for Conveyor Belts, The " Joy," 386
  • Loader, Gate-end, " Sutcliffe," 388
  • Loading Slide and Scraper. " Sullivan," 387, 388
  • London's Atmosphere and Corrosion of Iron, 355
  • Lorry, 12-ton Six-wheel, &ammo( Lorric,, Ltd., 523
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Colonel N% A. Bristow, 595

M
MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Lathe, 33in. Swing Combination Turret, A. Herbert, Ltd., 598, 603
  • Thread Milling Machine, McLeod-Richards, 459
  • Turning, Boring and Milling with Tungsten, Carbide Tools, 598, 603
  • MAGNESIUM Alloys Against Corrosion, Put,tection of, 330
  • Manure Carrier, A. Herbert, Ltd., 33
  • Mercury, Constitution of Alloys of Silver and, 358
  • Metallurigcal Furnace Applications of Pulverised Fuel, 444
  • Metallurgical Plant at Copper Cliff, Ontario, 427, 438
  • Metals, Effect of Temperature on Some of Physical Properties of, 355
  • Metals and Alloys in Relation to Engineering Progress, 354
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Report on London Waters, 163, 198
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Twenty-eighth Annual Report, 498
  • Middleton Smith, Professor C. A., A Defence of the Engineer, 654
  • Mining of Arsenical Ore in Sweden, 96
  • Minshall, Colonel T. H., Faraday and Modern Electrical Developments. 237
  • Mixer for Inks. Paints, &e., G.K.S. Combustion, Ltd., 64
  • Motor Car Industry, Report on, 47
  • Motor Cars in France, 382
  • Motor Cycle Truck and Trailer, Raleigh Cycle Company, Ltd., 537
  • Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, 490
  • Mowing Machine, " R 10," Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 85
  • Mowing Machine with Automatic Lubrication of Gearing and Bearings, Barnfords' (Uttoxeter), 34, 85
  • Mowing Machine with Forced Lubrication, Harrison, McGregor and Co., Ltd., 85
  • Musler, Shears' Patented, Bennett, Sons and Shears, Ltd., 63
  • Myddelton, Sir Hugh, and the Now River, 600

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  • NEW River, Sir Hugh Myd‘elton and the. 600
  • Newcomen Engine, " Fairbottom Bobs," in Dearborn Museum, 303
  • Nickel Copper Alloys of High Elastic Limit, 331
  • Norton Factory for Grinding Wheels at Welwyn Garden City, 004
  • Nozzle, I.G. Type, for Air Flow Measurement, 650
  • Nozzles, Efficiency of Steam, 13, 70
  • Nut-forging Machine, Maplethorpe's, 51.5

O

  • OBITUARY :
  • Adamson, Mr. James, 211
  • Aveling, Thomas Lake, 382
  • Barr, Archibald (Portrait), 173
  • Bell, Sir Hugh (Portrait), 16
  • Carpmael, Edward, 382
  • Clinker, Reginald Charles (Portrait), 174
  • Craig, Archibald Fulton, 65
  • Edison, Thomas Alva, 440; (Leader), 439
  • Garton, Edward; 595
  • Jowson, Herbert, 624
  • Johnson, James Healey, 35
  • Kloos, Cornelis, 695
  • McKechnie, Sir James, 397
  • Marshall, J. T., 613
  • Massey, George J., 122
  • Prest, Stanley Faber, 65
  • Ransom°, Stafford. 248
  • Robinson, Professor William, 655
  • Stanton, Sir Thomas (Portrait), 248
  • Trevithick, Frederick Harvey, 655
  • Vautelet, Etienne Henri, 595
  • Walton, A. H.. 548
  • Woodman, Walter Arthur, Edgar, 174
  • Wright, Arthur, 122
  • OIL Tanks, Pontoon Roofs for, 229
  • Omnibus, Double-deck, Daimler Company, Ltd., 538
  • Omnibus, 32-Seater Single-deck, Albion Motors,Ltd., 522
  • Omnibus Body, 48-Seater Low-height, Metropolitan-Cammell, 540
  • Omnibus Chassis, Double-deck, J. 1. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 480, 492
  • Oxford Summer School, Some Reflections on Technical Education, H. L. Guy, 176

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  • PAINT-SPRAYING Plant, 684
  • Panama Canal Developments. 202
  • Paper Mill at Gatineau, Quebec, Steam Plant at, 270. 274
  • Paris Exhibition, The Metropolitan Building, 120, 127
  • Patent Conflict, End of Greatest, Dip-Engineer F. Satora, 389

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 103, 233, 338, 531, 085
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 309
  • Building, 366, 452
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 560
  • Dynamos and Motors, 25, 53, 81, 131, 183. 209, 233, 257, 281, 337, 365, 395, 423, 505, 559, 585, 611, 639, 665, 689
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 25, 81, 209, 233. 257, 281, 309, 423, 451, 531, 585, 611, 639, 665
  • Furnaces, 26, 54, 234, 258. 423, 451, 585, 64u
  • Gas Producers, 157, 338, 532
  • Lighting and Heating, 451
  • Locomotives, 395
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 54, 82, 108, 158. 184, 210, 258, 310, 366, 396, 451, 477, 586, 611, 666
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments. 26, 108, 132, 183. 210, 257, 281, 366, 305. 477, 505, 532, 665, 689
  • Metallurgy, 234, 452
  • Mining Machinery, 82, 132, 234, 310
  • Miscellaneous. 26, 54, 82, 108, 132, 158, 184, 210, 234, 258, 282, 310, 338, 366, 396, 424, 452, 478, 506, 532, 560, 586, 612, 640, 666, 690
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery. 157, 506. 586, 612
  • Steam Generators, 53, 281, 337, 531, 585, 639
  • Ships and Boats, 282
  • Steam Engines, 183. 423
  • Switchgear, 25, 107, 157, 209, 233, 257, 309, 337, 365, 395, 423, 531. 559, 011, 639
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 64, 183, 257, 477
  • Tramways and Railways, 282, 680
  • Transformers and Converters, 25, 53, 81. 107, 131. 209. 451, 505 ,531, 689
  • Transmission of Power. 25, 81, 107, 131. 157. 183, 209, 234, 309, 365, 477, 665
  • Turbine Machinery, 25, 53, 131, 337, 477, 689
  • PERSONAL and Business Announcements, 26, 54, 82, 108, 129, 158, 181, 210, 255, 279, 307, 335, 363, 393, 421, 449, 475, 503, 529, 557, 586, 609, 637, 666, 687
  • Physics, International Union of, 202
  • Pipe Joint, High-pressure, 66
  • Pipe Plant, Sand Spun, Staveley Coal Company, Ltd., 322, 324
  • Pivots and Jewels, 66
  • Platinum Metals in Canada, 253
  • Powdered Coal Plant for Spain. 634
  • Power, Sir Alfred Ewing, F.R.S., 356
  • Power Development Scheme. Alexander, Ontario, 214, 265
  • Press, Humphris Toggle, 632
  • Press, Hydraulic Straightening, 390
  • Press Tool and Fixture Design, Henry C. Lane, 160, 186, 212, 236, 266, 292, 340. 368. 398. 426. 454, 480
  • Profession of Salesmanship, 146
  • Progress of National Power Scheme, 499
  • Propeller Shaft and Universal Joint, " Ransome-Garrett," Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 539
  • R. A. Bell, 187;
  • Psychology, Technical. (Leader), 197
  • Pulverised Fuel, 'Metallurgical Furnace, Application of, 444
  • Pulveritied Fuel Service Results on s.s. " Musician " and s.s. " Recorder," 470

PUMPS:

  • Fire Pump, Stationary, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 102
  • Pump, Air-driven Centrifugal, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 549
  • Pump, Electrically Driven, Vertical.spindle, Centrifugal Marine Type, Tangyos Ltd., 566
  • Pump, Electrically Operated Farm, " Law," 179
  • Pump for Corrosive Liquids, Air-operated. Tungatono Company, 65
  • Pump, Gear, David Brown and Sons, Ltd., 252
  • Pump, Owynne-Doulton Centrifugal, 64
  • Pump, Turbine-driven Feed, at Bradford, 442
  • Pump, Twin 3in. Diaphragm, Winget, Ltd., 564
  • Pump, 6000-Gallon Diaphragm, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 34
  • Pumping Plants, Automatic, Fairbanks, Morse and Co., 66
  • Pumps, Centrifugal and Steam, Pulsometer Engineering Company. Ltd., 57
  • Pumps for Storm Water Sewers, 390
  • Pumps, High-pressure Feed, at Bradford, .1 1

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RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS
General Matters:

  • Automatic Train Control on the Southern Railway, Strowger-Hudd System, 332
  • International Railway Congress at Cairo, 1933, 350
  • Leighton Buzzard Fatal Derailment, 38
  • Locomotive Experimental Stations, 62; (Leader), 69
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, 69
  • London Underground Railways, Automatically Controlled Rectifier at. Hendon, B.T.H. Company, Ltd., 19
  • Manufacture and Use of Steel Railway Sleepers, Raymond Carpmaol, 644, 645; (Leader), 653
  • Oil-electric Railway Coach, 250 B.H.P., 058
  • Pneumatic-tired Rail Coaches, The Michelin, 243
  • Rail Durability, 659
  • Railway Accidents, 298
  • Railway Coach, Oil-electric, 250 13.11.P., 658
  • Rail Coaches with Pneumatic Tires. 243
  • Railway Passenger Traffic, Use of Self-propelling Vehicles for, F. W. Green, 676
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Retirements and Appointments, 625
  • Railways and Oil-electric Locomotives, 402

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued)
General Matters (continued) :

  • Repairing All-metal Railway Coaches by Welding, A. J. T. Eyles, 168
  • Steel Railway Sleepers, Manufacture and Use of, Raymond Carpmael, 644.645; (Leader). 653
  • Train Load, An Interesting, 417
  • Wagon for Transporting Locomotives, L.M.S. Railway, E. J. H. Lemon, 47
  • "Whitewash " Coach, G.W. Railway. 101

British Colonial and Indian :

  • Canadian National Railway Ton-year Record, 179
  • Lobito Bay Railway, 118
  • Ontario's Northern Railway, 673
  • Rail Coach for Bermuda Railway, Petrol Engino-driven, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 320, 359
  • Rail Production in Canada, Process for, 673
  • Rails on Main Line Railways in South Africa, Heavier, 89
  • Railway Fuel, Alberta Oil for, 673
  • South African Railways, State Saloon for Governor-General, 18

Foreign :

  • American Permanent Way Developments, 202
  • Argentine Transandine Railway Rail Coach, 116
  • Chicago's Underground Railway, 66
  • French Summer Train Services, 45
  • Oil-electric Railway Motor Car on Erie Railroad, 220
  • Rail Coach for Argentine Transandine It Hardy Motors, Ltd., 116
  • Railway Organisation in France, 341
  • Stockholm Malmo Railway and Branch Lines, Proposed Electrification of, 417
  • Trans -Saharan Railway, 139

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :
General Matters :

  • Locomotivo Experimental Stations, H. N. Grosloy, 72
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, 69
  • Locomotivo Weighing Machine, Portable, 600
  • Oil-oloctric Locomotives, Railways and, 402
  • Geared Locomotives, 494

British Colonial and Indian :

  • Internal Combustion Shunting Locomotive, 390
  • Locomotive Boiler Washing Plant at Stratford, 553
  • Geared Articulated Locomotives for Narrow-gauge Lines, Avonside Engine Company. Ltd., 496
  • Locomotive, Internal Combustion Shunting, 390
  • Locomotive, 10 H.P. Oil Engine-driven, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 511.512
  • Locomotives, Wagon for Transporting. L.M. and S. Railway, E. J. H. Lemon, 47
  • I,. and N.E. Railway Tank Engine Conversion, 178
  • Tank Engine Conversion on L. and N.E. Railway, 178

Foreign :

  • American Locomotives of 280 Tom Weight, 89
  • Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway, Three-cylinder Tank Engines for, R. Stephenson and Co.. Ltd., 601 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1931)
  • Electric Locomotive, 3600 H.P., for Spain, 419
  • Locomotive Developments in Franco, 611
  • Oil-eloctric Locomotives for Siam, Sulzer Brothers, 151
  • REFRIGERATING Machines, " Hallmark " Automatic, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 84
  • Refrigerating Plant on Steam Lorry, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 18
  • Research into Management Problems, Aims, Methods and Progress into, 354
  • Reservoir, Silent Valley, 118
  • Road, Tho Liverpool-East Lancashiro, 2, 12
  • Road-making Machinery in France, 525
  • Roads, Concrete, Machine for Drilling Cores from, Holman Brothers, Ltd., 178
  • Roads and Highway Traffic, Canadian, 404
  • Roll Heating in South Wales; 468
  • Roller, Light Oil Engine-driven, Ruston and Hornsby. Ltd., 511, 518
  • Roller, Light Petrol, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 56
  • Roller, Steam Road, Marshall, S01114 and Co., Ltd., 512, 518
  • Rollor, Steam Road, Overhauled and Modern! ised, J. Allen and Sons, Ltd., 566
  • Roller, Waveless Road, Arnold Waveless Road
  • Roller Company, Ltd., 549, 550
  • Roller, 21-Ton Petrol, I3arford and Perkins, Ltd., 56
  • Roller, 8-Ton Motor, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 512, 518
  • Roller, 14-Ton Oil Engine-driven, Aveling and
  • Porter, Ltd., 512, 518
  • Roofs for Oil Tanks, Pontoon, " Tho Wiggins, 229
  • Russia, Textile Machine Construction in, 629

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  • SALARIES, 271
  • Salesmanship. Education for, 137; (Leader, 146)
  • Sand Spun Pipe Plant at Staveley, 322. 324
  • Satora, Dip.•Engineer F., End of Greatest Patent Conflict, 389
  • Sawing Machine, Governor Food for, 470
  • Scientific and Technological History, The Value of, Presidential Address by Dr. Charles Singer before Second International Congress of History of Science and Technology, 14

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS :

  • Automatic Regulator, Isentlial and Co.,Ltd., 203
  • Chinos() Soismnoscopo, 112
  • Gradiomotor, Gravity, Cambridge Instrumont Company, Ltd., 141, 142

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS (continued) :

  • Gradiomotor, Magnetic. 385
  • Instrument for Measuring Degree of Smoke Pollution of City Air. C. F. Casella and Co.. Ltd., 7
  • Kinetic Elutriator, Milking and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 514
  • Megger Earth Tester, Evorshed and Vignoles. 162
  • Meter, Wet Gas, W. C. Holmes and Co., Ltd.. 64
  • Seismograph, Cambridge Instrument Company, 201
  • Seismograph. Microid Vertical, Griffin and Tatlock. 200
  • Smoke Density Meter. Elliott Brothers (London), LW., 63, 64
  • Torsion Balance, Eotvos. 140
  • Torsion Balance, Eotvos-Rybar, Ferdinand Suss, 140. 141
  • Torsion Balance, Eotvos-Schweydar, Askania-Werke A.G. 140. 142
  • Variometer, British Magnetic. 385
  • Variometer, Horizontal Force, Askania-Werke A.G., 113
  • Variometer, Vertical Force, E. R. Watts and Son, Ltd., 113
  • Screen, Gravel, Pegson, Ltd., 565
  • Screen. " Live Wire." Po on, Ltd., 565
  • Screen, Roller Bar, Ross Patents, Ltd.. 549
  • Screw Propeller, Centenary Celebrations, 25'7
  • Self-propelling Vehicles for Railway Passenger Traffic, F. W. Green, 676
  • Separator, Continuous Self-discharging Centrifugal, T. Broadbent and Sons, Ltd., 63
  • Sewage Project for Toronto. 205
  • Shanghai Waterworks Extensions, 648, 652. 669

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING : General Matters

  • American Shipping Merger, 453
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 27, 311
  • Costs in Shipbuilding Industry, 109
  • Cunard Liner, Work Suspended on, 641, 653, 667
  • Draught and Dimensions of Most Economical Ships, 5
  • Effect of Modern Machinery on Design. of Largo Ships, 57
  • Effect of Rough Water on Propulsion of Single-scrow Ships, 30
  • French Shipbuilding, 1
  • Future of Steam at Sea. 172
  • Harland and Wolff, LW., 1
  • Laws of Ship Resistance, G. S. Baker, 534, 562, 588, 014, 642, 668
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Quart erly Shipbuilding Returns, 76
  • Lloyd's Register Year Book, 138
  • Marine Propelling Machinery, Efficiencies, 397
  • Motor Boat Racing, 259
  • North Atlantic Traffic, 667
  • Outlook in Shipbuilding Industry, 444
  • P. and 0. Liners for Eastern Service. 185
  • Pivoted Sidelight. Now Typo of, .1. Stone and Co., Ltd., 48
  • Present-day Ship Propulsion, 272
  • Pulverised Fuel Service, Results on s.s. "Musician " and s.s. " Recorder," 470
  • Rationalisation in Shipbuilding Industry. 133
  • Repeat Order for " Monarch of Bermuda " Goes to Barrow, 587
  • Royal Mail Group. Reorganisation of, 507
  • Scapa Flow Salvage Operations, 55
  • Ship Propulsion. Present-day, F. E. Rebbock. 272
  • Shipbuilding and Stool Prices, 235
  • Shipbuilding Industry. Costa in, 211
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, 425
  • Shipbuilding Returns for Quarter Ending Juno, 1930. Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 76
  • Shipbuilding Returns. Lloyd's Register Quarterly, 408
  • Southampton's Dock Extension, Progress of, 507
  • Steel Castings for Cunurder Liner, 311
  • Ship Resistance, Laws of, G. S. Baker, 534, 502, 588, 614, 042, 668
  • Suez Canal Dues, Reduction in, 507
  • Trial Results of Exhaust Turbine Installation of 8.M. " Kingwood." 127
  • Turbine Exhaust, Installation of s.s. " Kingswood," Trial Results, 127
  • Wages in Shipbuilding Industry, 339
  • Wreck Statistics for 1930. Lloyd's Register of, 127

Naval Matters :

  • Cruisers Laid Down, 339
  • " Kempenfelt," Launch of Destroyer Flotilla
  • Leader, 479
  • Launch of Destroyers, 339
  • Naval Construction. Contemporary. 29

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

  • Refloating H.M. Battleship " Emperor of India," 185
  • Yugoslavian Flotilla Leader Launched. 397

Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • "Actuitania's " Record " Turn Round," 425
  • "British Exhibitor," Tho, 27, 109, 211
  • Electrically Propelled Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 507, 572. 576, 577, 592, 593
  • Ferry Steamer for Wallasey. 27
  • French Atlantic Liner " Super Ile-de-France." 367, 667
  • "Imperial Tanker," Clyde-built Oil Tanker, 283
  • "Georgic," Launch of White Star Liner, 533
  • " Isle of Sark," Launch of, 633
  • Italian Liners, " Rex," 109; " Conte (liSavoie," 453
  • Italian Motor Liner " Victoria." 27
  • Liner " Bermuda " Destroyed by Fire, 561
  • " Miss England the Third." 813, 887
  • Oil-engined Tug for Carrying Cement, 490
  • P. and 0. Liner " Carthage." 587
  • P. and O. Liner " Corfu," Trials of, 339
  • P. and 0. Liner " Strathnaver." 259
  • Salving the P. and 0. Liner " Egypt," 211
  • Thames Pleasure Steamer. 55
  • Trawler, Exhaust Steam Turbine Drive for, Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 446
  • Tug, Heavy Oil Engined, 490
  • Turbo-electric Liner " St resit haird." Launched at Barrow, 83
  • Turbo Electrically Propelled Liner " President Hoover," 159
  • Twin-screw Motor Vessel " Polyphemus,"
  • Report of Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 566; (Leader), 574
  • Two British Liners to be Broken Up, 397
  • SHOVEL, Mechanical for Loading Vehicles, T. Coleman and Sons, Ltd., 566
  • Sieves. Testing Machine for, Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd.. 514
  • Silica Gel Transformer Breather, 418
  • Silica Gel and its Uses, 63
  • Silver and Mercury, Constitution of .alloys of, 358
  • Sixty Years Ago, 18, 47, 66, 101, 123, 139, 176, 202, 217, 243, 277, 294, 322, 355. 388, 408, 445, 458, 485, 516, 553. 570, 595, 629. 647. 673

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES

  • Aerodrome at Kimberley, 417
  • Air Port for Cape Town, 633
  • Algoa Bay Harbour, 48
  • Aviation Control, 178
  • Bridge Over Buffalo River at East London, 685
  • Bridge Over Gouritz River, 417
  • Buluwayo's Power Supply. 153
  • Cape Town Development Scheme, 152
  • Cape Town Dock Extensions, 179
  • Cardiff Coal for Congo. 228
  • Crane for Durban. 685
  • Durban's Baysido Railway. 179
  • Durban's Now Water Scheme. 228
  • Electric Fittings for Johannesburg Power Station, 633
  • Electrical Development. 473
  • Electricity Developments, 303
  • Electrification on Natal Railway, 153
  • Equipment Purchases, 472
  • French Congo Railway, First. 303
  • Glass Works at Talana, 1185
  • Gold Mining Scheme, 228
  • Grain Elevators Through "Maize Belt of Transvaal and Orange Free State, 49
  • Hematite Development. 228
  • Japanese Electric Goods, 179
  • Limpopo Valley Railway Line, 153
  • Mafeking's New Engine Shop. 4%.
  • Main Line Electrification. 417
  • Mine Blaze at West Rand Consolidated Mine, 153
  • Motor Transport, Limiting, 633
  • Nitrates, Union Supply of, 228
  • Oil from South African Coal, 153
  • Oil from Union Torbanite, 228
  • Petrol from Coal, 153
  • Phosphatic Rock, 228
  • Power for Ndola, 178
  • Power Plant at Globe and Phcenix Minc,
  • Southern Rhodesia, 49
  • Pretoria Steel Works, 228
  • Rail Car Service from Kimberley to Postmasburg, 48
  • Railway Earnings, 153
  • Railway Estimates for South African Railways and Harbours. 153
  • Railway Extensions, 685
  • Railway Revenue. 472

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :

  • Reef Sewerage Schema, 633
  • Russian Petrol. 685
  • South African Railways Motor Repair Depot
  • at Port Elizabeth. 48
  • Steel Corporation Prospects. 178
  • Union Mineral Production. 472
  • Union Steel Corporation, 472
  • Victoria Falls Electricity. 228, 417 1Vater Scheme for Rand, 303, 473
  • Whaling Industry, 472
  • SOVIET Russia, Industrial Production in. 412
  • Spectrograph Analysis of Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys. 359
  • Spectrographic Assay of Some Alloys of Lead, 359
  • Sprayer, " Kartof " Liquid, 85
  • Steam Chassis, Rigid Six-wheeler, " Sentinel " Waggon Works. Ltd., 34
  • Steam Lorry. Refrigerating Plant on, "Sentinel" Waggon Works, Ltd., 18
  • Steam Nozzles, Efhcieney of. 13
  • Steam Plant at Gatineau, Quebec, 270, 274
  • Steel Structures Research Committee's Report, 569
  • Steel Sleepers, Ebhw Vale " Unit," 570
  • Stephenson's. George, First Experiment, 298
  • Stoker, Chain Grate, at Bankside Power
  • Station, Ed. Bennis and Co., Ltd., 44
  • Storm Water Sewers, Pumps for, 390
  • Stowing Machine. " Meco " Pneumatic Gob, 387
  • Straightening Press, Hydraulic, 390
  • Strainer, Fuel Oil. Auto Klean Strainers. Ltd.. 522
  • Suction Gas. Torrefled Wood for, 526
  • Survey of River Tees, Report on, 407
  • Swimming Bath Filtration Plant, 150

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  • TEACHING of the History of Science, Discussion at Second International Congress of the History of Science and Technology. 15
  • Technical Education, Some Reflections on. H. L. Guy at Oxford Summer School, 176
  • Technical Psychology, R. A. Bell, 187; (Leader, 197)
  • Telephone, Now Link in Trans-Canada, 500
  • Tenoning Machine. Motor-driven. 554. 555
  • Testing Machine for 1 lin. Wire Ropes, W. and T. Avery. Ltd., 302
  • Testing Machine for Sieves. Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd.. 514
  • Testing. Non-destructive, 381
  • Testing Plant, Aero-engine, Heenan and Froude. Ltd., 177
  • Tests on Dust Arrester, A. Herbert. Ltd., 18
  • Textile Machine Construction in Russia, 629
  • Thames, The Tidal, 520
  • The Sciences as an Integral Part of General Historical Study, Discussion at Second International Congress of the History of Science and Technology. 15
  • Tidal Thames, The, 494, 520
  • Tin into Iron, Diffusion of. 347
  • Tin-plates, Mottled, 369
  • Toggle Press, Humphris, 632
  • Tool, Eclipse 4 S, James Neill and Co. (Sheffield). Ltd.. 637
  • Tools, Tungsten Carbide. 598, 603
  • Torrefiod 'coed for Gas Producers, 53
  • Torrefled Wood for Suction Gas, 526
  • 'fraction Engine. Single-cylinder Steam, Gwynnes-Foster, 31
  • Tractor, Flexbile Four-wheel-Driven. Maxsey, Harris Company. Ltd.. 57
  • Tractor for Ploughing, 30-35 B.H.P., J. and H. McLaren, 57
  • Tractor, Oil Engine-driven, R. Garrett and Co., Ltd., 84
  • Tractor, Six-wheel Drive, with 124 B.H.P. A.E.C. Engine, Hardy Motors. Ltd., 489
  • Tractor Truck, Carden-Loyd, Vickers-Armstrongs. Ltd.. 522
  • Tractor, 15-30 B.H.P. Oil Engine-driven. Marshall. Sons and Co., Ltd., 512
  • Tractor, 42 B.H.P. Heavy Oil-engine, R. Garrett and Sons. Ltd., 523
  • Trade and Foreign Countries. 17, 35, 61
  • Traffic Control Signal Apparatus, 566
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, 139, 484
  • Troostite. Structure of Nodular, 370
  • Tunnelling Problems in London, 385
  • Turbine, Parsons 20,000 kW Duplex-exhaust Steam, 464, 468
  • Turbo-alternators for Duiuston Power Station, ParsonsTsand.Co., Ltd., 542, 546

V

  • VALVE. Double-exhaust Piston. London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 101
  • Valves. Safety. 445
  • Vargon Power Station, Sweden, 434
  • Vibration, Aspects of Physical and Physiological, 547
  • Vibration and its Isolation, 418
  • Vulcanised Rubber-coated Vessels for Protection Against Chemical Attack, 83

W

  • WAGES Problem, 458
  • Wagon, " Garrett " Rigid Six-wheel Steam, R. Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 524
  • Wagon, Light-Six Steam, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 537
  • Wagon, Shaft -driven Six-wheel Steam. "Sentinel " Waggon Works, Ltd., 541
  • Wagon, Speed-Twelve, Rigid Six-wheel, Fodens Ltd., 523
  • Walls, Retaining of Concrete Crib Work, 482
  • Warehouse of C. Churchill and Co., Ltd. Moving the, 268

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Metropolitan Water Board, Twenty-eighth Annual Report, 498
  • Silent Valley Reservoir, 118
  • Water Board Annual Report, Rand, 224
  • Water Flowing, J. M. Lacey, 3, 481. 508
  • Water Main Carried Across Bascule Bridge at Bangkok. 244
  • Water Softening Plant at Newton-le-Willows, 471
  • Water Supply for Detroit. 244
  • Water Supply of Durban, Report by Mr. W. M. Campbell on, 674
  • Water Supply of London, Report on. 163, 198
  • Waterworks Extension at Llanelly, 403
  • Waterworks Extensions at Shanghai, H. Stringer, 648. 652
  • WEIGHING Machine, A Portable Locomotive. 660

WELDING :

  • Burke-Scott Electric Welder, 48
  • Welded Steel Columns for Submarine Oil Engines, 350
  • Welding, Repairing All-metal Railway Coaches by. A. J. T. Eyles, 168
  • Welding and tho Welder, 411 6' WHITEWASH " Coach on Great Western Railway, 101
  • Winch, Self -anchoring. Auto-Mower Engineering Company. 84
  • Wind Tunnel at National, Physical Laboratory, 384
  • Wind Tunnel of Royal Aircraft Establishment, 384
  • Windred, G., Relation between Pure and Applied Electrical Theory, 220
  • Windlass for Ploughing and Cultivating on Cable System, J. and H. McLaren, 57
  • Wire Drawing, Behaviour of Composite Rod, 358
  • Wire Plant at Montreal East, 102
  • Wire Rope for Glasgow Subway Railway, 458
  • Wire Rope Testing Machine, \V. and T. Avery, Ltd., 302
  • Wires, Drawing of Non-ferrous. 358

WIRELESS :

  • Broadcasting, Acoustical Problems of Broadcasting Studios. 355
  • Long-distance Wireless Communication, 641
  • Radio Broadcasting in Canada. Control of. 500
  • Radio Research Board Report, 485
  • Rotating Wireless Beacon Transmitters, 159
  • Ultra Short-wave Broadcasting, 235
  • Ultra Short-wave Wireless Telephony, 61
  • Wireless Beacon for Croydon, 533
  • Wireless Regulations for Italian Ships. 259
  • WORKS Laboratory at Cathcart, G. and .1. Weir, Ltd., 682
  • Worm Gearing and Some of its Applications, B. J. Shillito, 615

X

  • X-RAY Crystal Analysis, 326

Z

  • ZINC Recovery and Fertiliser Plants in British Columbia. 60, 68
  • Zuider Zeo, Reclaiming the, 382

A Seven Day Day Journal

A

  • ADAMSON, The Late Mr. James, 211
  • Aerodromes, 259
  • Agreement Between C.P.R. and C.N.R.. 463
  • Agricultural and General Engineers, 667
  • Air Liner Hannibal," 159
  • Air Mail to the Cape. 633
  • Air Race, The King's Cup, 109
  • Air Speed Record, Flight Lieutenant Stainforth's, 339
  • Air Survey in Africa, 641
  • Airway Terminus at Victoria. 133
  • Amalgamations in Mining Industry. 133
  • American Shipping Merger, 453
  • Anti-dazzle Devices, Demonstration of. 311
  • Application of X-rays to Industrial Research, 269
  • Appointment of Mr. J. M. Ormston as Director of Vickers•Armstrongs, Ltd., 83
  • Approaches to Southampton H arbour, "Aquitania's " Record '"rurn Round," 425
  • Asbestos, 283
  • Automatic Train Control, 235
  • Aviation, Accidents in Civil, 479

B

  • BOILER Explosions, 283
  • Bradford Sewage Works Opened, 339
  • Bridge and Structural Engineers, Federation Formed, 479
  • Brimsdown Extra High-pressure Alternator, 211
  • British Cast Iron Research. 507
  • British Electric Railway EquiprnPnt for Hungary, 311
  • British Engineers' Association and Industry. 367
  • "British Exhibitor," The, 27, 109, 211
  • British Industries Fair, 1932, 235
  • British Standards Institution, 561
  • Brit ish Works Management Association Formed, 83
  • Bunker Coal, 667

C

  • CANADIAN Porte, 367
  • Carlisle Railway Accident. 1
  • Cave-Brown•Cave, 1Ving-Commander T. R.. Appointment to Chair of Engineering, Southampton. 367
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 27, 83, 109
  • "Cheltenham Flyer," 283
  • Clyde Engine Works, New, 159
  • Coal and •'lectricity, 425
  • Coal, Bunker, 667
  • Conl Industry. 425
  • Coal Mining Conference, International. 367
  • Coal Research Laboratory, 311
  • Coal Seams in Manchester District, 259
  • Coal Shipping Plant for Grimsby, 159
  • Colliery Explosion at Bentley, near Doncaster, 561
  • Colliery Explosion in Fifesbire, 479
  • Colliery Merger, 367
  • Communication Service, New. 667
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 27
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, Reorganisation of, 311
  • Copper and Railway Electrification, 27
  • Costs in Shipbuilding Industry, 109
  • Cotton Industry and Reorganisation, 641
  • Cruisers Laid Down, 339
  • Cunard Liner, Work Suspended on, 641, 667
  • Cunarder and the Clyde Trusts, 259

D

  • DARLINGTON and Rustless Iron Industry, 27
  • Director of Airship Development Appointed, 83
  • Director of Mechanisation, War Office, 479
  • Dock and Harbour Dues in United Kingdom, 109
  • Drumm Battery Train, 687

E

  • EGYPT'S Gold, Salving of, 479, 501
  • Electrical Equipment for South African Iron and Steel Industrial Corporation's Works, Placed with English Electric Company, Ltd., 83
  • Electrical Fusion Scheme, 613
  • Electrical Precipitation, Progress in, 133
  • Electricity Charges, 1
  • Electricity Supply in Home Counties, 507
  • Employment in British Shipping, 641
  • Engineers as Managers, 479
  • Exhibitions and the Motor Industry, 259
  • Export Selling Policy for Oil Engines, Proposed, 587

F

  • FACTORY Accidents, 185
  • Factory Sites in Great Britain, 425
  • Faraday Exhibition at Exeter, 641
  • Ferry Steamer for Wallasey, 27
  • Fire Testing, Proposed Conference on, 613
  • Flight Across the Pacific, 367
  • Flood-lighting in London, 159
  • French Atlantic Liner, " Super-Ile-de•France," 367, 667
  • French Line, Financing the, 667
  • French Shipbuilding, 1

G

  • GERMAN Industrial Difficulties, 667
  • Glasgow Dock Opened, 55
  • Glasgow Graving Dock, New, 259
  • Gold Standard, 311
  • "Graf Zeppelin's " Flight, 185
  • Graving Dock for Glasgow, Proposed, 55
  • Grit from Electricity Works, 1

H

  • HARLAND and Wolff, Ltd., 1
  • Heavy Oil Fuel for Road Transport, 367
  • Hudson River Bridge, New York, 453
  • Hull's Water Scheme Completed, 425
  • Humber Bridge Scheme, 479
  • Humber Coal, 613

I

  • ILLUMINATION Congress, 235, 283
  • "Imperial Tanker," Clyde-built Oil Tanker, 283
  • Improvement of Port Swettenham, F.M.S., 339
  • Industrial Development in Scotland, 425
  • Inferiority Complex, 283
  • International Container Competition, 397
  • Iron and Steel, 425
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 533
  • Iron Roads, 185
  • Italian Liner, " Conte di Savoie," 453
  • Italian Liner " Rex," 109
  • Italian Moter Liner " Victoria." 27

K

  • "KEMPENFELT," Launch of DestroyerFlotilla Leader, 479
  • King's Cross Improvements, 211
  • King's Cup Air Race, 109
  • Kirkstall Power Station, 27

L

  • LAING, Andrew, Memorial Fund, 36
  • Lampholder Cables, Heating of, 533
  • Launch of " Isle of Sark," 533
  • Launch of It. hite Star Liner "Georgic," 533
  • Launches of Destroyers, 339
  • League of Nations and Public Works, 587
  • Lincolnshire Electricity Scheme, 283
  • Liner " Bermuda " Destroyed by Fire, 561
  • Liverpool's Shipping Week, 235
  • L.M. and S. Railway Personnel, 587
  • London Transport Bill, 367
  • Lorries, Steam-driven, 1
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, 667

M

  • McKECHNIE, Late Sir James, 397
  • Man and the Hammer, 453
  • Marine Propelling Machinery Efficiencies, 397
  • Maxwell, James Clerk, Centenary, 339
  • Merger of Manufacturers of Textile Machinery, 425
  • "Miss England the Third," 613, 667
  • "Monarch of Bermuda," 507
  • Motor Boat Racing, 259
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 453
  • Motor Cycle Show at Olympia, 587

N

  • NATIONAL Gas Council and Railway Electrification Scheme, 109
  • Newton Abbot Power Station, 561
  • Nile Waters, Aerial Survey of, 109
  • North Atlantic Traffic, 667

O

  • OIL, Cost of, 339
  • Oil-electric Traction for Railways, 211
  • Oil from Coal, 133, 185, 311
  • Oil Fuel, 1
  • Olympia Exhibition, Opening Ceremony at, 283
  • Our Economic Future, 561
  • Oxford-street Traffic Signals, 55

P

  • P. and 0. Liner " Carthage," 587
  • P. and O. Liner " Corfu," Trials of, 339
  • P. and 0. Liner " Strathnaver," 259
  • P. and 0. Liners for Eastern Service, 185
  • Padstow's Harbour Improvements, 397
  • Paris Public Transports, 55
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company's New Chairman, 283
  • Persian Orders for Sweden, 27
  • Profit-charing in 1930 in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 109
  • Proposed Memorial to Sir Joseph Swan, 133

R

  • "R 100," End of, 533
  • Rail Bus, 283
  • Railcar Tests at Newcastle, 561
  • Railway Electrification and Copper, 27
  • Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, Opening of, 587
  • Railway Improvement Schemes, 453
  • Railway Winter Timings, 235
  • Rationalisation in the Shipbuilding Industry, 133
  • Refloating H.M. Battleship " Emperor of India," 185
  • Repeat Order for " Monarch of Bermuda " Goes to Barrow, 587
  • Road Fund Grants, 561
  • Road Scheme between London and Cardiff, 479
  • Rotating Wireless Beacon Transmitters, 159
  • Royal Mail Group, Reorganisation of, 507
  • Rustless Iron Industry and Darlington, 27

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE Waterway, 397
  • Safety Glass, 613
  • Safety in Mines, 613
  • Salesmanship, 311
  • Salford Electricity Undertaking, 211
  • Salving the P. and 0. Liner " Egypt," 211
  • Scapa Flow Salvage Operations, 55
  • Schneider Trophy Race, 83, 159, 185, 211, 235, 259
  • Science and the State, 133
  • Science Museum, Gifts and Loan of Scientific Instruments, 641
  • Scottish Colliery Merger, 55
  • Scottish Shale Oil Industry, 83, 133
  • Sea Depths, Measuring, 587
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 55, 613
  • Shipbuilding and Steel Prices, 235
  • Shipbuilding Employers' New Offices, 561
  • Shipbuilding Industry, Costs in, 211
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia, 339
  • Shipment of Complete Locomotives by Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, 83
  • Shipping and Shipbuilding, 425
  • Smithfield Club Show, 613
  • South Scotland Electricity Scheme, 185
  • Southampton's Dock Extension Progress, 507
  • Spey Bridge Formally Opened, 641
  • State Trading. Losses in, 453
  • Steam-driven Lorries, 1
  • Steel Castings for Cunard Liner, 311
  • Steel Sleeper Plant at Glengarnock, 533
  • Steel Works Laboratory at Sheffield, 533
  • Suez Canal Dues, Reduction in, 507
  • Swedish Oil Engines to be Built in Glasgow, 283

T

  • TELEVISION in New York, 133
  • Testing Agricultural Machinery, 159
  • Tests of Explosives on H.M.S. " Marlborough," 235
  • Thames Flood Control, 397
  • Thames Pleasure Steamer, 55
  • Thames Transmission Line Crossing, 507
  • Through Railway Carriage Conference, 397
  • Tin, Restrictions in Output of, 133
  • Trade with Russia, 55
  • Trade with the Argentine, 27
  • Trafford Park to Dagenham, 311
  • Turbo-electric Liner " Strathaird. " Launches at Barrow-in-Furness, 83
  • Turbo-electrically Propelled Liner " President Hoover," 159
  • Two British Liners to be Broken Up, 397
  • ULTRA Short Wave Broadcasting, 235
  • United States Naval Airship " Akron," 159
  • University College, Southampton, Appointments, 367

V

  • VETERAN Cars Race to Brighton, 533

W

  • WAGES in Shipbuilding Industry, 339
  • Wages of Metal Workers in Berlin, 507
  • Water Softening Plant for the Railways, 507
  • Wellington Harbour Floating Dock, 453
  • Windmills, 479
  • Wireless Beacon for Croydon, 533
  • Wireless Communication, Long-distance, 641
  • Wireless Regulations for Italian Ships, 259
  • Wireless Telephony, Ultra Short Wave, 561
  • World's Platinum Output, 425

Y

  • YUGOSLAVIAN Flotilla Leader Launched, 397

Paragraphs

A

  • ABANDONED Welland Canal to be Filled in, 379
  • Accidents in Mineral Industries of United States, 571
  • Acetylene Generator, Explosion of, 195
  • Aerial Cableways for Transportation of Sightseers, 351

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerial Beacon on Ryland's Building, Manchester, 517
  • Aerial Survey of Upper Nile Valley, 517
  • Aerodrome and Aeroplane Producing Centre at Ford, near Arundel, 409
  • Aeronautical Instrument Testing at PhysicalTesting Laboratory of Topograhical Survey, Over Five Hundred Instruments Examined During 1930, 11
  • Aeroplane Construction from Sitka Spruce, A Valuable Wood, 11
  • Aeroplane to Cover Distance, Amsterdam and Batavia in Three Days, 625
  • Aeroplane without Tail, Designed by Captain Koehl, 323
  • Aeroplanes Used for Patrolling Transmission Line Right-of-way, 409
  • Air Flight from Heston to Johannesburg in Ten Days, Liout. Byas', 323
  • Air Mail Traffic Between London and Cape Town, 517
  • Air Photography of Canada, 463
  • Air Port for Paris may be Moved from Le Bourget to Saint-Cyr, 379
  • Air Ports and Landing Fields in United States, 169
  • Air Race to Replace Schneider Trophy, Proposed, 571
  • Airship " Akron " Carries 207 Persons in One Trip, 517
  • Airship Hangar Built at Sunnyside, California for United States Navy, 169
  • Airships, Leakage of Outside Air into Gas-bags of, 189
  • Altitude Indicator, 269
  • Aviation Beacon Erected at Victoria, British Columbia, 119
  • Belgian Air Lines Services During 1930, 114

AERONAUTICS (continued):

  • College of Aeronautical Engineering, The First in the World, 323
  • Eight Armstrong-Whitworth Monoplanes for Imperial Airways, 437
  • Flight from Ottawa to Mexico City by Major J. Doolittle, 437
  • Flying Boat " Saro 7," Flight to Port Sudan and Back, 409
  • Flying in the Antarctic, Warming up Engines when, 651
  • Guiding Sign for Airmen to bo Laid Down at Norwich, 269
  • Haifa Port to Help Imperial Airways to Introduce Faster Winter Air Service, 269
  • Heston Air Port, Customs Facilities at Huston, 245
  • Lighthouse for Marine and Aerial Traffic to be Constructed at San Domingo in Honour of Colombus 437
  • Mooring Mast, Portable, for Airships at Akron, Ohio, 143
  • Petrol Tanks of Aircraft., Lining, 269
  • Public Schools Lectures in Aeronautics, 541
  • Royal Air Force and Vacancies for Permanent Commissions in Stores Branch, 51
  • Seadrome to be Constructed in America next Spring, 93
  • Soviet Aeroplane Construction, 221
  • Steamship and Aeroplane Services Reduce Time Between London and Los Angeles and Buenos Aires, 245
  • Swedish Government and Purchase of
  • "Bristol " Aeroplanes and Supercharged Engines, 39
  • Wreck of U.S. Navy's " K. 1," 517
  • AFFORESTATION of Great Britain During 1930, 119
  • Agricultural Machinery Purchased by Russia from America, Statistics, 379
  • Agricultural Machinery Testing Committee's Report, 169
  • Air Chamber Saves Life in Flooded Pipe Tunnel, 169
  • Aluminium Alloy, M.V. " C," 310
  • Aluminium Company of America Starts New Laboratory, 625
  • Aluminium, Pig, Discharged at Manchester, for Rolling into Street at Banbury, 491
  • An Ingenious Tool, Utilisation of Fragments of Hacksaw Blades, 637
  • Anti-gas Services, R.E., Reunion, 231
  • "Arcograph " for Electric Welding, Chart Named, 221
  • Asphalt Mixture for Pipe Joints, 11

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ENGINEERS' :
  • Mr. William Heaven Re-elected President, 514
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WOOD PRESERVING :
  • Issue of Association's First Journal, 240
  • Wood Preserving Exhibit for British Association Meeting, 295
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH STEELWORKS :
  • Appointment of Officers, 517
  • ASSOCIATIO*, BRITISH WORKS MANAGEMENT :
  • Mr. O. Hurford on Confidence at Home and Abroad, 323
  • ASSOCIATION, FARADAY HOUSE OLD STUDENTS' :
  • Annual Dinner, 475
  • ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED, OF ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS :
  • Transport Systems, G. B. J. Athoe, 11
  • ASSOCIATION, LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE COAL RESEARCH :
  • New Laboratory at Park-street, Manchester, 169
  • ASSOCIATION, PUBLIC LIGHTING ENGINEERS'
  • Programme of Eighth Annual Meeting and Conference at Edinburgh, 221
  • ASSOCIATION, RAILWAY REFORM :
  • Formation by Railway Stockholders, 119
  • ASSOCIATION, TESTING MATERIALS, INTERNATIONAL :
  • Congress at Zurich, 127

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • ASSOCIATION FOR COMMERCIAL EDUCATION, BRITISH :
  • International Congress in London, July, 1932, 245
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Comparative Study of Some Properties of Pig Irons, J. E. Hurst, 553
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Oil Engines verau8 Petrol Engines on Motor Lorries, Mr. E. P. Paxman on, 597
  • ASSOCIATION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • To be Formed in Southern Rhodesia, 323
  • INSTITUTE, CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON :
  • Appointment of Fellows, 158
  • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS, NATAL :
  • Help of Future Engineers, 93
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Council, Additional Members, Viscount Ednam and Robert S. Hilton, 37
  • Geheimrat Professor Fritz %Vast Elected an Honorary Member, 37
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Members Examined by Board of Trade, 119
  • Annual Examination for Student Graduatoship, 323
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Autumn Meeting at Ulrich, 273
  • INSTITUTE, SIR JoHN CASS TECHNICAL :
  • Opening of Metallurgical Department Session, 1931-32, 277
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 553
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENOINEERS :
  • Postponement of Joint Meeting with American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 659

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Council Awards for Session 1930-31. 529
  • INSTITUTION, JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Dr. S. L. Pearce, the New President, 363
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • I.E.E. Regulations for Electrical Equipment of Buildings, 11
  • Award of Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal to Dr. M. G. Say, 677
  • Award of Ferranti Scholarship, 1931, by the Council, 363
  • Awards of Scholarships for 1931, 184
  • Ballot Result for Council Vacancies, 108
  • Electrical Equipment of Buildings. Regulations, Additional Clause to Paragraph 69. 463
  • Radiological and Eleetro-medical Subjects Required for Paper to be Read, 677
  • Summer Meeting in London, 39
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • "Transactions " Decision, 351
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Autumn Research Conference. 491
  • INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • Proposed " Controlled Weather House, 169
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS:
  • Awards for Papers Read Before Graduates' Sections, 503
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Some Problems in Aerodynamic Research.
  • Professor R. V. Southwell, 393
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Awards of Scholarship and Prize, 258
  • Scholarships Awarded. 108
  • Scholarships Offered for Session 1932, 583
  • INSTITUTION OF WELDING ENGDZEKR8 :
  • Competition Paper. Welding and Cutting on Railways and Tramways. 101
  • SOCIETY, AMERICAN, FOR TESTING MATERIALS :
  • New Work Contains Forty-two Tentative Standards, 545
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING :
  • Autumn Meeting Programme, 277
  • Results, 393
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • "Wilbur Wright " Memorial Lecture. 129
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Summer Meeting at Sheffield, 76
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL :
  • Report of Competition of Industrial Designs, 143
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Oil as Fuel for Ships, E H. Smythe, 93
  • Fuel Questions to be Discussed at Joint Meeting, 26
  • Special Number of Journal for Jubilee Celebrations, 79
  • SOCIETY, OXFORD NOISE ABATEMENT :
  • Formation of Association, 409
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL METAL TRADES' PENSION AND BENEVOLENT :
  • Eighty-third Anniversary Festival Dinner, 363
  • AUDITORIUM in Winnipeg, Civil, Formal
  • Approval for Construction, 651
  • Automobile Completed at Min-Sen Factory,
  • First Native-manufactured, 119
  • Awards of Royal Commission on Awards to Inventors, 409

B

  • BAND Saw Coiling. Art of, 647
  • Bathroom Geyser Operated Automatically by Turning Hot Water Tap, 195
  • Batterium Metal, Anti-corrosive Alloy. 39
  • Beauharnois Power Canal. Undertaking. Progress, 597
  • Benzine from Natural Gas. Experimental Plant Installed at Calgary for Extracting, 119
  • Bismuth, Magnetic Properties of, 221
  • Blancomoter, Instrument for Degree of Whiteness being Measured or Compared, 517
  • Bloemfontein, Street Lighting of, 379
  • Boiler Factory at Kraljevica. Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Glasgow. Interested, 671
  • Boilers, Inspection of, New Regulation, 651
  • Bone, Mr. W. L., Death of, 597
  • Boots and Attendants on Automatic Machines. Placing Boots in Fullers' Earth to Withdraw Oil, 517
  • Bremen Lock Now Open, 597
  • Bremerhaven Lock and Inner Harbour Opened, 169

BRIDGES :

  • Bally Bridge, Calcutta, Last Main Girder Placed in Position, 119
  • Bascule Bridge at Boston, U.S.A.. 571
  • Bridge Across Umlaas Drift, near Durban, Natal, Proposed, 93
  • Bridge Between Cross Point and Campbellton, Quebec, Proposed, 119
  • Bridge Between Hawkesbury, Ontario, anti Grenville, Quebec. Officially Opened, 541
  • Bridge-building Programme of Quebec Government, 269
  • Bridge Built on Foundations Supported by Steel Piles on Santa Clara River, California, 67
  • Bridge Contract Placed with Japan by Bengal-Nagpur Railway Company, 221
  • Bridge Over River Hull Opened, 169

BRIDGES (continued) :

  • Bridge Over River Riachuelo, Proposed, 269
  • Bridge Over South Saskatchewan River at Saskatoon, 625
  • Bridge Over Washington Canal, Seattle, nearing Completion. Cantilever, 119
  • British Builders Gain Contract for Steel
  • Bridge. Over Tigris at Mosul City, 625
  • Carter Bridge. Lagos. Opened, 463
  • Concrete Bridge Over Jhore Teesta River, 625
  • Danube Bridge Completed, 625
  • Date of Opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge, 437
  • Fraser River Bridge Completed, Lillooet has Direct Train Service, 221
  • High-level Railway Bridge in Toledo. Plate Girders of 154ft. Span Placed in Position in One Operation, 409, 545
  • Hudson River Bridges in New York District to Have Clearance of 200ft. at Centre of Span. 11
  • Humber Bridge Scheme May be Postponed, 295
  • Humber Bridge Bill Not to be Proceeded with, 351
  • Noyyal River Bridge, Steel and Reinforced Concrete Deck, 625
  • St. Paul's Bridge Scheme Abandoned, 677
  • Tower Bridge, Number of Times Opened for Shipping in 1930 Shows Decrease, 169
  • Tower Bridge, Statistics of Opening for Passage of Vessels. 517
  • BRISTOL University, Prospectus for Faculty of Engineering, 54
  • British Glass Industry. Exhibition at Science Museum, 409
  • British Manufacturers' Contracts with U.S.S.R., 463
  • British Standards Institution, Mr. C. le Maistre to Visit New Zealand, Australia, and Canada. 463
  • Building, Extension to Seventeen-storey. Results of Tenders for Steel Structure, 93
  • Bullock Carts Replacing Motor Cars in Madras, 602
  • Bungalows Built Throughout in Copper, 293 3

C

  • CALCIUM Chloride, Production at Ribstone, Alberta. 143
  • Canadian Construction Firms Invited to Tender for Pelotas Harbour Works, 245
  • Canadian Mineral Oils Production in 1930, 67
  • Canal Across Nicaragua, Proposed, 195
  • Canal Development by Grand Union Canal Company, 119
  • Canners' Machinery, Mather and Platt, Ltd., New Industry, 503,
  • Car Parking by Cradles and Endless Chains, 351
  • Cartridges for Sporting Rifles of High Muzzle Velocities, Experiments with. 571
  • Cavitation of Lar Turbine Runners, 625
  • Cellophane to be Manufactured in Quebec, 119
  • Cement and Powdered Glass Roads Tested in Czechoslovakia, 625
  • Central Heating in New Zealand, 545
  • Central Heating Plant to be Installed atToronto, 655
  • Chemical Engineering Plant Manufacture in Russia, 119
  • Chimney of 510ft. at Copper Cliff Smelter in Ontario. 39
  • Chimney Stack 510ft. High at Copper Cliff Smelting Works, Ontario, 93
  • China Clay Shipping at St. Austell, 517

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES

  • Barnsley Seam, Report by Physical and Chemical Survey of National Coal Resources, 143
  • Bituminous Coal Congress, Third International. 195
  • Bituminous Coal. Tests of Plants for Low-II temperature Carbonisation of, 437
  • Coal and Metal Industries, Graduated Wages and Bonuses at Riga, Latvia, 351
  • Coal Carbonisation from Coal in Sydney District. Canada, 437
  • Coal Consumption on American Railways, 245
  • Coal Deposits on Chiawan Coalfield to his Worked with Electrical Machinery, 67
  • Coal Deposits Discovered in Zingu River Region in Brazil, 169
  • Coal Distillation Plant at Dunston-on-Tyne to be Closed, 245
  • Coal Mine Statistics for North-Western Branch, 545
  • Coalowners' Conference on Coal Export Trade of Europe, 323
  • Coal Seam Struck near Beamish, Durham, 437
  • Coal Seams of Alberta and British Columbia, Classification of, 195
  • Coal Suitable for Locomotives Discovered near Aliabad Teheran Railway, Persia, 169
  • Coke, Use of, 651
  • Colliery at Bowsan, Cinderford, Forest of Dean, to be Reopened, 677
  • Experiments in Blending of Coals, 119
  • Ignition of Fire-damp by Coal-mining Explosives, 245
  • Ignition of Fire-damp by Heat of Impact of Coal-cutter Picks Against Rock, M. J.
  • Burgess and R. V. Wheeler, 119
  • International Congress on Bituminous Coal, Provisional Programme, 295
  • Labour Difficulties in Makum Coalfield of India, 93
  • Lignite, By-products Obtained from. Tests Conducted in Saskatchewan, 677
  • /Lignite Carbonisation Plant in New ZealandCoalfield at Waikato, 295
  • Main Haulage Road of William Pit at Whites' 1, haven to have Longest and Thickest Rope Installed in England, 245
  • Northern Coke Research Committee, Annual Report of, 93
  • Resumption of Operation of Mines of Hanyehping Iron and Coal Mines, 67
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, Subject Index Published, 463
  • Signalling Systems for Shaft Mines, proved, 11
  • Spontaneous Electrification in Coal Dust Clouds, 177
  • "Two Hundred Years in the Coal Trade," Charringtons," 132
  • COATING of Insides of Water Tanks, Tests of Paints and Compounds for, 498
  • "Come to Ulster -" Campaign, Industrial Firms Desired, 491
  • Concrete Aggregates, Heating when Mixing Experiments, 437
  • Concrete and Use of Coke as Aggregate. 625
  • Concrete in Cold Countries, Laying of, 221
  • Concrete Road Maintenance in Bull, 458
  • Condenser of 608 Tons Weight for Hudson-avenue Station, 463
  • Condensers for Battersea Power Station, Largest ever Made in England, 323
  • Conduit Cleaning by Means of 7ft. Diameter Wooden Ball or " Sower Pill " on Birmingham Tame and Rea District Drainage Works, 39
  • Copper Consignment Arrives at Lobito Bay from Katanga over Benguela Railway, 169
  • Copper Ore at N'Changa Proves Rich Strike, 195
  • Copper Refinery at Quebec Opened, 93
  • Copper Harder than Structural Steel Produced by Heat-treatment at Montana School of
  • Mines, 39
  • Corrosion Prevented by Wrapping Steel Pipes with Cement, 597
  • Corrosion of Copper Pipes After Water Supply was Treated, 119
  • Cost of Digging Wellington-street Tunnel, Montreal, Increased, 491
  • Cotton Growing in Central Asia, 651
  • Cotton Mill in Shanghai to be Established by Group of Industrialists, 295
  • Cotton Seed Meal to be Made into Nutriment Fit for Human Consumption, 67
  • Cranes for Durban Harbour, Natal, 545
  • Crank Shafts in Cast Steel, 169
  • Creosoting of Timber and Poles at St. Lambert, Quebec, Plant for, 269
  • Critical Stress for Concrete in Compression and Tension, 409
  • Cuban Highway, 500 Miles Long. Completed by
  • Canadian Firm. 597
  • Current Official Statistics, Guide to, 38
  • Cyanimide to be Manufactured at Duginot, near Split, Yugo-Slavia, 39

D

  • DAM, Fixed, at Montgomery Island fit Ohio River, 491
  • Danish Printing Firm Purchase Printing Press from London Firm, 625
  • Diatomite Production in Ontario, 390
  • Dosulphurisation of Cast Iron by Means of Soda Ash, 195
  • Director of Fuel Research, Mr. F. S. Sinnatt Appointed, 677
  • Dorman Long Scholarships, Details of Awards, 234
  • Douglas Fir. Qualities of Home-grown, 437
  • Dredging " Fairy Flats " at Mouth of Yangtze River, Proposed, 651
  • Durability of Plywood, Experiments on, 463
  • Durban and its Marine and General Industries Greatly Improved, 11
  • Dynamiting on Owens River Aqueduct, 545

E

  • EDMONTON and Street Car Systems, Contracts for Material, 463

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Alloys for Electrical Purposes, 491
  • Aluminium Paint on Transmission Poles,Question of, 625
  • Austrian Government's Economy Measure Delays Orders for Electrification Plant for State Railways, 295
  • Bradford Electricity Department's Results, 491
  • Carbon Circuit Breakers for Electrical Putposes, 93
  • Congress of Electrical Engineers in South America to be Held at Buenos Aires, 169
  • Conference on Electric Supply in Rural Areas, 105
  • Congas International D'Electricite de 1932, to be Held in Paris. 529
  • Copper for Transmission and Distribution of Electric Current, Record for 1930, 39
  • Cost of Electrification in Yorkshire, 351
  • Electric Power Stations in Canada, Increase of 10 Per Cent. of, 11
  • Electric Shock and Fat People, Effect, 11
  • Electric Supply Plant at Canton, China, 437
  • Electric Voting Apparatus Installed at French Chamber, 39
  • Electrical Engineers and Politics, 469
  • Electrical Equipment for South African Iron and Steel Corporation's New Plant, 29
  • Electrical Fuses Made from Alloys of Lead and Thallium, 67
  • Electrical Machinery Imports into Holland, Statistics, 269
  • Electrical Research Buildings in McGill University, 545
  • Electrical Trade of Australia, 379
  • Electrically Operated Refrigerators, French Developments on, 295
  • Electricity and Culture of Seeds, 383
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns, Units of Electricity Generated by Authorised Undertakers, 195
  • Electricity Generated by Authorised Undertakings, Statistics, 142, 524
  • Electricity Generated during June, 1930, and June, 1931, Return of, 93
  • Electricity Supplied to Mining Industry in Canada, 93
  • Electricity Supply Extensions of Barrow-in-Furness, 221
  • Electricity Supply in Madras, 463
  • Electricity Supply in Manchester, 571
  • Electricity Supply of Darjeeling. 597
  • Electricity Supply of Graaf-Reinet, South Africa, 195
  • Electricity Used for Heating and Power Purposes at Watford Baths, 437
  • Electrification of Mills and Factories in
  • Madras, 571
  • Floating Powor Station for Bangerinasin, Dutch East Indies, 195

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • Four Electrical Apparatus Factories Erected 3 in Toronto by United States Finns, 39 7 Fuse Wire Supplied by Electricity Companies.379
  • Fuses or Circuit Breakers 7 571
  • Generating Electricity by Means of Wind I1 Rotors, 517
  • High-voltage Underground Cables, Dr. M. G. Say, 677
  • International Electrical Congress to be Held in Paris. 1932, 11
  • Interruption of Circuit in Plain Break Circuit Breakers. 409
  • Lackawanna Suburban Electrification. 597
  • Lord Vernon to Supply Village of Sudbury with Electricity, 463
  • Low Resistances for Measurement of Large Currents, Value of, 379
  • Madras Electricity Supply, 625
  • Modern Electricity Plant for Kroonstad, South Africa, 625
  • Modern Wiring Systems and Accessories, Mr. F. C. Raphael, 671
  • Nelson River would Produce Over 1,000,000 Horse-power if Fully Developed, 11
  • Power Station at Slave Falls to be Opened in September, 143, 221, 245
  • Power Station for Working Tin Mines in Malacca Peninsula now Completed, 379
  • Power Station Uses Peat for Fuel, Shatura, 269
  • Pressure Produced on Blowing Electric Fuse Links. Research on, 93
  • Progress of Electricity Schemes in South Africa, 437
  • Rural Electrification Work in Bedford, Hire and Hire Purchase Schemes Assist, 351
  • Slave Falls Power Plant. Estimated Cost of Generating and Delivering Current. 437
  • Synchronous Condenser for Crawford-avenue Station. 400-Ton, 463
  • Testing Plant of 200.000 Volts Completed by Oerlikon Company for Swiss Firm, 67
  • Transmission Poles, Painting or Staining of, 379
  • Turbo-alternator at Port Elizabeth Com missioned, Parsons 12,500-kW, 195
  • Turbo-alternator for Pretoria Town Council, 12,500-kW Parsons, 220
  • Turbo-generator Sets for Rotterdam, Metro-Vickers, 463
  • Turbo-generators for Brooklyn Edison Company, 625
  • Underground Electric Cables and Protection from Lightning, 351
  • University of Sheffield, Proposal to Appoint Professor of Electrical Engineering, 158
  • Water Heaters Exhibited at Electricity Showrooms of Cardiff Corporation, 93
  • Yorkshire Electric Power Company. Map Publicity, 677
  • ENGINE, Oil, Experiments by R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 221
  • Engine, Oil, Non-stop Run of Two Months.
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd.. 491
  • Engine, Steam, of 1879 Still Working in Rangoon, Marshall Portable. 491
  • Engineers' German Circle, 596
  • Elephant Transport in India being Replaced by Motor Transport., 677
  • Empire State Building, New York, Details of Lift Working. 323
  • Engraving on Bakelite Sheets, 207
  • Erith Works of Vickers-Arrastrongs, Ltd., Transfer of Work from, 195
  • Evaporation of White Nile Waters, Loss by, 119

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Anti-Waste, 529
  • British Chemical Plant, International Visitors to, 143
  • British Empire Industries Exhibition at Vancouver, 1936, Suggested. 245
  • British Industries Fair, 1932, Applications for Space in London, 351
  • British Industries Fair Buildings at Castle Bromwich to be Extended for 1932 Exhibition, 67
  • British Industries Fair, 1932, Exhibition of 60ft. Wide Road, 625
  • British Industries Fair, Extension of Birmingham Section, 245
  • British Industries Fair, German State Railways Give Reduction to Trade Buyers, 323
  • British Industries Fair, 1932, Publicity Campaign with Countries Overseas. 221
  • Canadian Trade Exhibition Cruise to West Indies, e.e. " New Northland," 677
  • Chemical Plant Apparatus Exhibition at Paris Proposed in 1932, 323
  • Exhibition of Development of Ships at Science Museum, 169
  • International Engineering and Railway Exhibition to be Held by Chico-tong University, 437
  • International Foundry Exhibition and Congress at Milan, 89
  • Leipzig Autumn Fair to bo Opened August 30th, 1931, 39
  • Exhibition, Machine Tool, Postponement of Exhibition until 1934, 307
  • Exhibition, Model Engineer Exhibition, Date of. 169
  • Exhibition of Modern Optical Instruments at Science Museum, 295
  • Exhibition, Optical and Physical Societies'. 435
  • Exhibition, Physical and Optical Societies', Annual Exhibition, Details of Discourses, 663
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, Olympia, Exhibit of Machinery (Machine Tool and Woodworking) Importers' Association, 11
  • EXTRACTION of Pebbles from Clay, 677
  • Explosion of Safety Valve Branch Nozzle, Report, 388

F

  • FACTORY and Factory Sites in Great Britain and London Chamber of Commerce, 379
  • Factory for Production of Ferrous and Non-ferrous Castings in Vancouver. 437
  • Faraday Celebrations Ihroueunt Soviet Union, 351
  • Fertiliser Plant at Hamilton, Ontario, Now in Operation, 119
  • Finland and Commercial Visitors, Hints Prepared by British Consul at Holsingfors, 11
  • Fireproofing of Timber by Means of Surface Coating of Soluble Silicate, 409
  • Fires, Red Pine Forest, 195
  • Fishery Research Laboratory at Hull, 625
  • Floating Dock Extensions at Limerick Harbour, 409
  • Floors, Method of Laying Wood Block, 463
  • Fluorspar Deposits Discovered in South Africa, 651
  • Ford Motor Company's New Factory in Mexico, 269
  • Foreign Population of Hankow, China, 143
  • Foreign Trade Returns of France, 93
  • Forest Conservation Commission in Alberta, 295
  • Forest Planting in America during 1930, 39
  • Forest Planting in New South Wales, 245
  • Forest Pioducts Laboratory at Madison, 'Wis., 295
  • Foresters of Finland and Prediction of Type of Forest, 491
  • Forestry Department at Cambridge to lie Abolished, 651
  • Forge Shops in Russia, Bulletin Boards in, 143
  • Foundry and Plant to be Constructed at Montreal by American Manganese Steel Company of Chicago, 221

G

  • GAEFLE Harbour, Sweden, Nearly Completed, 93
  • Galvanised Sheets for Roofing, 11
  • Garage Accommodation in Greater London, 269
  • Gas and Coke-making Plant for Supplying Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario, 491
  • Gas Delivered through 800-mild Pipe Line System in America, 221
  • Gas Plant of Thirty Vortical Ovens to be Constructed at Vancouver, 221
  • Gas Supplied from Balloons to Consumers whilst Gas Mains were being Repaired, in Ohio, 67
  • Gasoline Storage at Toronto, 625
  • Gasworks Reconstruction at Lincoln, 269
  • Genoa Dry Dock Extension Completed, 39
  • Goedetie Angular Measuremont by Electric Lamps, 169
  • Geological Survey Board, Report for 1930, 93
  • German Machine Industry, Bad Business in August, 379
  • Germany, Petroleum Industry and Transport Rates, 323
  • Girder for London Hotel, 68ft., 428
  • Gold Deposits of Great Value in Cariboo Country, 463
  • Gold Discovered in Nowaya Zemlya, 169
  • Gold Extraction by Flotation Process in Rand, 625
  • Gold Mine Power Plant in Southern Rhodesia, 299
  • Gold Mine Rediscovered in Gwenla District of Rhodesia, 93
  • Gold Mining Industry of South Africa, 93
  • Gold Output from Transvaal Mines during October, 625
  • Gold Production in Canada, 571
  • Gold Recovery of 35 oz. in One Day by " Small Worker," 35
  • Gold Reef at Cronwara West, Rhodesia, Panned " As High as 30 oz.," 169
  • Grain Elevator at Churchill, Hudson Bay, Approaching Completion, 39
  • Granaries for Storage of Cereals to be Erected at. Nanking, 75
  • Grand Union Canal, Programme of Concrote Walling and Dredging, 379
  • Graphite Deposit Discovered in Nova Scotia, Amorphous, 269
  • Greek Government to Construct New Roads, 545
  • Gypsum, Powdered, Used for Stone Dusting in Collieries, 545
  • Gypsum Production in Canada during 1930, 245

H

  • HACKSAW Frame, Fry's, 447
  • Hacksaw, Fry's Handy, 663
  • Hacksaw Blade Fragments, Useful Tools from, 637
  • Harbour Facilities of Canada, 119
  • Harbour Improvements at Cochin India Completed, 119
  • Heating of Moscow, 409, 463
  • Helium, Production at Amarillo, Texas, 269
  • Helium in India, Search for, 228
  • Highway Engineering, Examinations in, 545
  • Horse-power Produced by Water Power Saves Coal in Canada Equal to 51 tons per annum, 269
  • Hydraulic Cranes Replaced by Modern Electric Cranes at Durban, Natal, 625
  • Hydraulic Installations in Dominion of Canada, 245
  • Hydraulic Turbines in Diablo Plant Said to be Largest Water Power Units Ever Made, 437
  • Hydro-electric Plant to be Constructed in Province of Tuctnntin, 39
  • Hydro-electric Power Development, in Canada 379
  • Hydro-electric Power Development in Province of Quebec, 11
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants and Prevention of Ice Obstructions, 545
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant of Portland Canal Power Company, South-Eastern Alaska, Work Restarted on, 39
  • Hydro-electric Power Schome at Abitibi, Ontario, Progress on, 143, 221
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme at Ouree River,Nigeria, Nearing Completion, 269
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Kremnitz Constructed in Coal Mine, 491
  • Hydro-electric Power Stations on River Boug, 463
  • Hydrogen Production, 517

I

  • IMPORTS of Machinery and Millwork into India during First Quarter of 1931, Statistics, 305
  • "Industries Britannica," New Journal Established by Bonn Brothers, Ltd., 132
  • Industrial Efficiency and Unemployment, 79

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Alloy Steels to be Produced at London, Ontario, 143
  • Blow-pipe, Refractory-lined, in Blast-furnace Practice, 571
  • Cast Crank Shafts and Connecting-rods from Nickel-manganese Steel, 463
  • Cast Iron Pipes, Truing Up Bores of, 169
  • Commercially Puro Iron and Dr. A. S. Cushman, 437
  • Corrosion of Steel Containers, Effects of Tin Salta on, 119
  • Cost to State of Bhadraviti Ironworks, Mysore, 625
  • Erecting Subway Steel Work in Philadelphia, Record in, 437
  • Hematite Iron Ore Deposits Discovered on Crocodile River, S. Africa, 169
  • High-pressure Forgings for Canada, 51
  • Invar Rods Used by Geodetic Survey of Canada Department, 143
  • Iron Blocks for Roads, Experiments over Fifty Years Ago, 463
  • Iron and Steel Corporation's Plant at Pretoria, 545
  • Iron and Steel Lectures in London, 245
  • Iron and Steel Produced Directly from Ore by Flodin System, 39
  • Iron and Steel Production in France, Returns, 409
  • Iron and Steel Works at Kuznetsk Nearing Completion, 93
  • Iron and Steel Works at Pretoria, South Africa, to Cost Approximately 531 Million Pounds, 39
  • Iron and Steel %Yorks Plant at Ford Works, Dagenham, 295
  • Iron Culverts for Drainage Purposes, 67
  • Iron Ore Deposits in Kursk Region of Russia being Investigated by Commission of Academy of Science, 67
  • Iron Pyrite Deposits near Lake Superior, 491
  • Ironstone Mining, Opencast, 39
  • Manganese Ore Requirements of France to be. Supplied by Morocco, 119
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports : Furnaces iii Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production at End of August, 1931, 295; September, 1931, 409; October, 1931, 517; November, 1931, 651
  • National Steel Industry of Jugoslavia, 195
  • Pig Iron Production in France during July, 1931, 269
  • Pressed Steel Tank at Dunga Gali, Punjab, Largest in World, 169
  • Quenching Media for Steel, Search for, 651
  • Reduction of Brazilian Iron Ore by Inferior Coal and Lignite, 351
  • Research on Cold Working of Steels at University of Sheffield, 351
  • Rolling Steel Bands 360ft. Long, 169
  • Silicon Steel Girders Used in Kansas Building. 67
  • Solubility of Armco Iron, 677
  • South African Students to Visit English and German Iron and Steel Works, 195.
  • Sponge Iron Imports from Sweden into America, 597
  • " Stahl and Eisen," Fiftieth Year of Publication, 82
  • Stainless Iron, Colour of Commercial Hot-rolled, 151
  • Steel, Painting, Priming of Paint with Aluminium Stearate, 677
  • Steel, Strength at High Temperatures of Cast and Forged, 677
  • Steel Framings for Two and Three-storey Buildings Fully Fabricated at Factory, 323
  • Steel Plato Mill for Illinois Steel Company. 269
  • Steel to be Manufactured at Mysore Iron. works, 195
  • Steel Window Sashes Factory Uses Rolled Sections Imported from England to Canada, 491
  • Steel Works at Kobe to Extend Wire Roil Plant, 119
  • Welding of Manganese Steel, 651

K

  • KAIETEUI( Falls in British Guiana, 195
  • Karighata Tunnel on Irwin Canal, Mysorr. Completed, 295
  • Kiln Doors of Aluminium Sheets, 67
  • Krausite, A New Addition to the Mineral World, 470

L

  • LA ROCHELLE-PALIN, Improvements to Part of, 269
  • Large Blast," 8 Tons of Powder Used on Hoover Dam to Remove " Cape Horn," 491
  • Lantern Slides of Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., of Gainsborough, 231
  • Life of Motor Cars in United States, 517
  • Lift Dispatchers in America, 245
  • Lighting Fires from Top, Method of, 323
  • Lithium Ore Deposit Discovered near Upington,
  • North-West Cape Province, 295
  • Liverpool's Shipping Week, Features of, 143
  • London Chamber of Commerce as Clearing House for Information on Vacant Factory Sites, 570
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Award of "Charles K. E. Bell Fund " Senior Travelling Scholarships for 1931, 11
  • London Chamber of Commerce, Junior Scholarship Awards, 258
  • L.C.C. School of Engineering and Navigation, Opening of Extensions Ceremony, 338;
  • Ceremony Postponed, 424
  • London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, Fifth Annual Report, 67
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Progress, 93
  • London Passenger Transport Bill and Parliament, 409
  • London Transport Bill, Fate in Parliament, 517
  • Lead Tungstate as Paint-drying Agent, 517
  • Lorries, Conversion of Four-wheeled . into Rigid Six-wheelers, 82
  • Lumber Industry's Prosperity in British Columbia, 11

M

  • MANCHESTER College of Technology, Revision of Mechanical Engineering Course, 338
  • Manganese Deposits in Urals. 491
  • Manganese Output Restricted in Soviet Russia, 651
  • Masts from Spanish Armada Wrecks Used as Church Pillars, 176
  • Match Factory, for Belvedere, Kent, 221
  • Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., Hall-centenary Celebrations, 279
  • Measuring Actual Metacentric Height of Vessel, 491
  • Measurement of " White " Surfaces, 119
  • Metal Production of Canada during First Half of Year, 379
  • Metallurgical Laboratory for South Rhodesian Government, 295
  • Metur Dam Across Cauvery River, Madras, Progress on, 379
  • Mineral Production of Canada for First Half of Year, 295
  • Miners Working in High Temperatures, Report on Rand Mine Air, 245
  • Mining Industry of Canada, Expenditure in Developing, 597
  • Montreal Island to have Road 30 Miles Long, 625
  • Morris Minor, Side Valve, Supercharged, Exceeds 100 m.p.h. at Brooklands, 169
  • Motor Omnibuses at Salford Run on Creosote as Fuel, 625
  • Motor Car Factory at Windsor, Ontario, for Detroit Company, 295
  • Motor Car Sales in United States Greatly Reduced, 677
  • Motor Car Spare Parts Sent by Air Liner to Juba, Central Africa, 169
  • Motor Car Users and Cheap Transport on Railways, 463
  • Motor Cars, London to Brighton, Veteran Car Competition, 491
  • Motor Cars Registered during July, 351
  • Motor Cycle on Market. Skidding Almost Eliminated, 169
  • Motor Lorries to be Made at Liaoning Arsenal, China, 143
  • Motor Road to Summit of Mount Etna, 437
  • Motor Vehicles in World, Estimated Number, 463
  • Motor Vehicles Registered for First Time in October, Number of, 677
  • Motor Vehicles Registered in Great Britain during June, 1931, 169
  • Motor Vehicles Returns, Less Number Registered, 597

N

  • NATIONAL Federation of Bridge and Structural Engineers Formed, 491
  • Natural Gas Distribution in Canada, 295
  • Nickel Used in Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Exceeds Ono Hundred and Forty Thousand Pounds, 677
  • Noise Measurements Made Inside Buildings, 195
  • Nord Canal, Progress on, 597

O

  • OIL Deposits Discovered in Dead Sea A twit, Palestine, 221
  • Oil Refinery at Moose Jaw, Proposed, 119
  • Oil Refinery for Manchester, Alberta, 651
  • Oil Refinery at Amherstborg, Ontario, for American Company, 625
  • Oil Refinery in Montreal with Capacity of 15,000 Barrels a Day, 93
  • Oil Spraying Roads to Prevent Dust, 195
  • Oil Well at Lethbridge District, Alberta, 545
  • Oil Well at Moturoa, New Zealand, Large Flow Obtained from, 269
  • Oil Wells Production of Burbach-Kaliwerke A.G., Germany, increased, 245
  • Oilfield Discovered at Ushuaia, Patagonia, 169
  • Oilfield Opening Up in Alberta, 221
  • Oilfields Discovered at Potitjoau and Soul-el - Arba. Morocco, 437
  • Oro Dressing and Metallurgical Laboratories at Ottawa, Progress of Work at, 169
  • Oscillograph, Disadvantages of Original Cathode Ray, 437

P

  • PAINT. Rubber-bound, 245
  • Paint Factory in Rio de Janeiro, 545
  • Paint Films on Certain Building Materials, Failure of, 11
  • Painting of Creosoted Wood Poles with Aluminium Paint as Priming Coat, 491
  • Painting White Lines on Roads, Use of Sawdust After, 545
  • Paints, Relative Reflective Powers of, 677
  • Parkorising and Bonderising, 363
  • Penetration of Water into Brickwork, Tests by Almerican Bureau of Standards, 67
  • Petrol from Native Materials, Cheap, 657
  • Petroleum Factory at Coutts, Alberta, " Vapour
  • Phase Cracking," 143
  • Photo-cell Control on Street Lighting Circuits. 269
  • Pier to be Built at Durban, Natal, 437
  • Pipe Corrosion, Copper, 463
  • Pipe Joint, Flexible, Produced by Mr. John frishaw, 338
  • Pipe Line of 300 Miles Completed at El Paso. Texas, 67
  • Pipe-threading Tool, Moser's, 417
  • Platinium, Molten, and Standard of Light. Very Brilliant Results, 625
  • Pole Shaving Machine, 269
  • Polishing of Non-metallic Articles, Process of, 491
  • Port for Rome to be Built at Fiumicino, 169
  • Ports and Harbours of Japan, Proposed Improvements of, 195
  • Power Station Developments in Germany, 370
  • Power Development in Spain, River Esla to be Dammed, 67
  • Preserving Record of Names of Victims of Japanese Earthquake of 1923, 437
  • Printing Machines in Russia, Need of, 379
  • Professorship in Metallurgy Established at Cambridge by Goldsmiths' Company, 491
  • Public Cleansing in England and Vales, Cost of, 119
  • Pulverised Anthracite by Pipe Line, Transportation of, 645
  • Pumping Plant, Low Level, of Montreal to be Extended, 437

Q

  • QUAY Opened at Gateshead, 517

R

  • RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS :
  • Acceleration of Railway Service from Dublin to Cork, 597

Accidents :

  • Accidents to Privately Owned Wagons, 67
  • Accidents on Railways, Inquiries. 545
  • Accidents to Railway Servants. 651
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Annual Report, 409
  • Accident to East Coast Express at Cockburnpath through Fouling Catoh Points, 195
  • Accident to Rail-bus between Troyes and Bar-sur-Aube, 437
  • Carlisle Accident, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report Issued, 39
  • Collision at Fakenham, Inquiry, 491
  • Collision in York Station. Report, 677
  • Collision of Rome-Vienna Express on Single Lino near Leoben, 195
  • Collision with Buffer Stops at Epsom Downs Station, 93
  • Fatal Accidents during Year, 677
  • Level Crossing Accident between Pencoed and Bridgend, South Wales, 323
  • Level Crossing Accidents, Danger not Increasing, 517
  • Level Crossing Accidents in United States, 323
  • Railway Accidents, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's
  • Report, Recommendations Adopted, 351
  • Report on Collision at Northumberland Park, London, 195
  • All-welded Hopper Car for Coal Conveyance, 221
  • Alteration of Working Hours to East Transportation during Rush Hours " in San Francisco, 67
  • Aluminium Sleeping Car to be Constructed by Pullman Company, 195
  • American Railways, Proposal to Raise Rates Refused by Interstate Commercial Commission, 463, 597
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 195, 221, 245, 351, 379, 517, 597, 625, 651, 677
  • Automatic Couplings on Railways. 437
  • Automatic Signalling between York and Northallerton, 463
  • Automatic Ticket-issuing Machines, British, 221
  • Automatic Train Control on American Railways, 269
  • Bank Holiday Traffic on Main Lino Railways, 169
  • Bennie Railplane System of Transport, 571
  • Bermuda Railways Completion by December, 485
  • Blackburn Railway Accident Fifty Years Ago Recalled, 143
  • Board of Trade Export Tables for Railway Material for April, 1931, 11
  • Board of Trade Returns for Export of Railway Material, 93
  • Brazilian Railways Electrification, 651
  • British Exports Railway Material for Ten Months, 651
  • British Railway Companies and Amount of Money Spent in Lubricants for Locomotives, 67
  • British Railway Companies and Experiments with Oil-electric System of Traction, 169
  • British Railways and Amalgamation, Agitation of 1871 Recalled, 323. 351

Canadian National Railways :

  • Dorchester Bridge and Silent Passing of Tram Cars, 491
  • Montreal Terminal Plans to be Postponed, 437
  • Transport. Problems in Canada, Royal Commission Appointed. 351

Canadian Pacific Railway

  • Appointment of Mr. John Johnson as Chief Engineer of Steamship Services," 67
  • Crude Oil Used on Mountain Division Locomotives between Calgary and Field , 143
  • Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways, Royal Commission which may Lead to Amalgamation of, 624
  • Centenary of Two Scottish Railway Companies, 351, 379
  • Cheshire Lines Committee and Winsford Branch Line, 169
  • Chinese Ministry of Railways to Purchase British Materials, 295
  • City of Dublin Steam Packet Company and City of Dublin Junction Railway, 409
  • Clayton Tunnel Disaster, Seventy Years Ago, 195
  • Closing of Unprofitable Branch Lines in Ireland, 221
  • Colour Light Signals at Paddington, 221
  • Conversion of Railway Double Track to Single Track, Objections by Local Authorities of Waterford, 11
  • Drumm Battery Train nearly Ready for Service, 295
  • Electrification of Danish State Railway may Bring Contracts to England, 517

RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS (continued) :

  • Electrification of Stockholm-Mal moo Railway to be Completed by 1933. 11
  • Electric Line Across Delaware River Bridge at Philadelphia, Proposed High-speed, 245
  • Engine Erecting Shop at Mafeking, 221
  • Export of Railway Material During September. 463
  • Express Freight Trains on Railways. 545
  • Failure of Couplings of Goods NVagons, 323
  • Flood-lighting of Railway Marshalling Yards. 323
  • Freight Rates on American Railways. 295
  • Gas Illumination in Railway Accidents, 323
  • General Electrification of Railways, 571
  • General Strike of Railwaymen Recalled.Twenty Years Ago. 221
  • Government of India Absorbing Bengal and North-Western Railway and Rohilkund and Kumaon Railways at. End of 1932, 409

Great Western Railway :

  • Automatic Train Control. Remaining Portion of Lino to Completion of Scheme. 295
  • Cementation 'Work on Severn Tunnel, 169
  • Company Pays Interim Dividend on Ordinary Stock. 143
  • Fastest Night Service in British Isles. 119
  • Freight Trains the Fastest Ever Provided. 193
  • Great Wemern Railway Company's Bill Seeking Powers to Take Financial Interest in Wagon Companies Providing Mineral NVagons, 11
  • Great Western Railway Pioneer of Pitmenger Omnibus Services, 243
  • Milk Tanks Have Air Spaces on Cylinder. 517
  • Paris Representative Now Working, 517
  • Plymouth Boat Trains and New Rolling Stock, 517
  • Sparks from Locomotives, Verdict in Case for Plaintiff, 571
  • Speed of Train from Swindon Regains World Record, 245
  • Steel Sleepers on G.W. Railway. 545
  • Suggestions Committee Examine 2342 Suggestions in Twelve Months, 67
  • Grouping American Railways. 379
  • Hand Brakes on Wagons. 545
  • Harwich and Zeebrugge Train Ferry. Transport Electric Equipment from Manchester to Budapest. 323
  • Hemlock Sleepers on American Railways, 93
  • Inchicore Works and Problem of Discharging Workers. 295
  • Increase of Railway Freights on United States Railways. 11
  • Indian Railway Board. Report on Railway Staff College at Dehra Dun, 221
  • Indian Railways. Falling Off in Receipts on. 269
  • Indian Railways and Reorganisation, 409,437
  • Indian Railways and Retrenchment. 39
  • Industrial Steam Locomotive, Care and Maintenance of, 625
  • Inter-European Timetable and Through Carriage Conference in London. 409
  • Irish Railways Suffer from Road Transport. 379
  • Irish Transport Matters and Irish Railwaymen's Unions. 351
  • Johannesburg Railway Station Equipment, 351
  • Leighton Buzzard Accident. Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report Issued. 39
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Con• Unwary of Opening of Two Branches, 93
  • Locomotives and Use of Syphons. Tests of. 119
  • Locomotive Boiler Failures Through Impure Water on South African Railways, 195
  • Locomotive " Lion " Now Permanent Exhibit at Lime-street. Liverpool. 221
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :Accident. Between Train and Motor Car at Level Crossing Gates at Hoghton. 269
  • Canonbury Tunnel Collisions Recalled. 625
  • Colour Light Signals on Mirfield Widening and Between Barking and Upininster, 269
  • Commercial Department Reorganisation, 92
  • Desford Collision, Fiftieth Anniversary of, 445
  • Fire on Cross-Channel Steamer " Duke of Lancaster." 597
  • Fog Disaster at Dagenham Dock. 677
  • Follows, Mr. J. H., Career of. 625
  • Improvements to Buffers at huston. 245
  • Loss of s.s. " Calder." Board of Trade Inquiry. Verdict into, 571
  • Water Softening Plants. Largest Number on any Railway in the World, 545

London and North-Eastern Railway :

  • Accident Brtween Rannoch and Corrour Stations. 517
  • Bennett. Mr. R. F., Retirement of. 651
  • Carriage of Coal in 20-Ton Wagons, 597
  • Coal Shipping Plant at Grimsby. 195
  • Creosoting Plant at Bo'ness. 677
  • Downham and Stoke Ferry Light Railway. 517
  • Duplication of Lines at Slienfield Junction, 169
  • Fast Running on Peterborough-London Train, 90 Miles Attained. 651
  • " Flying Scotsman," A Record of Punctuality. 324
  • Inspection of Track on Sundays of Branch Lines in North-Eastern Area. 39
  • Interest in Railway Museum at York. 295
  • Liverpool-street Station Developments. 93, 625
  • Locomotive Depot for Frodingham Replacing Keadby Depot. 169
  • Passenger Traffic from Harwich Boats at Parkeston Quay. 697
  • Passenger Train Service Suspended Between Cudworth and South howden, 677
  • Rail Lifting and Laying Skid, 437
  • Re-signalling of 30 Miles of Main Line Between l ork and Northallerton, 424
  • Third-class Sleeping Cars, Ten Being Constructed, 1 05

RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS (continued) :
London and North-Eastern Railway (continued) :

  • Train of Thirty-five Railway Trucks Required for Magnesia Blocks and Pipe. Covering for Export to Canada. 452
  • Whitemoor Hump and Marshalling Trains for South Running. 625
  • Widening Lines at York, Contract for Searchlight Colour-light Signals Awarded to British Firm, 379
  • London Passenger Transport Bill. Progress of, 169
  • London Passenger Traffic Bill. Delay in Parliament, 318
  • Lubricating Oil Consumed on British Railways, 221
  • Manchester to Budapest rid L.N.E. Railway and Harwich Zeebrugge Train Ferry, 491

Metropolitan Railway :

  • Automatic Signals at Bishop's-road, 295
  • Great Portland-street Reconstruction. 545
  • Opposition to London Passenger Transport Bill, 545
  • Milan General Railway Station Opened. 39

Ministry of Transport :

  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries Held into Causes of, 67
  • Carlisle Corporation Refused Licences to Run Municipal Motor Omnibus Services, 39
  • Minister of Transport and Railway Companies Meet to Discuss Weir Report on Electrification, 143
  • Minister of Transport, Appointment of Mr. P. J. Pybus, 269
  • Railway Receipts for Thirty-seven Weeks' Working. 323
  • Railway Returns for 1930, 93
  • Railway Returns for 1930, Statistics, 243
  • Railway Returns, 1930, Steam Locomotives in Service, 437
  • Railway Returns, Statistics of Loading of Goods Trains, 491
  • Railway Staff Census, 195, 245
  • Railway Statistics for April, 1931, 67
  • Railway Statistics for May, 169
  • Railway Statistics. June, 269
  • Railway Statistics for June, 195
  • Railway Statistics for July, 463
  • Railway Statistics, August, 545
  • Railway Statistics for September, 651, 677
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Appointment of General Secretary, 517
  • Patent Fuel Production Plant for Supplying Locomotives on Japanese State Railways. 437
  • Private-owned Wagons. Rights of. 119
  • Proposed Closing of Winsford Branch of Cheshire Lines Committee, 11
  • Protection of Railway Passengers, " Wrong Line Order " Explained. 491
  • Purchase of Materials for Iron and Steel Trades. Great Western and London, Midland and Scottish Railways. 169
  • Purchase of Railways by the State. 119
  • Quest of an International Container. COmpetition in Venice, 379
  • Rails for London Electric Railway. 90ft.. 571
  • Railway Board's Work on Now Zealand Railways, 295
  • Railway Communication Between London and Brighton, Ninety Years of, 195
  • Railway Companies and Weir Report, 119
  • Railway Companies Oppose Application for Omnibus Service Between Manchester and Flixton, 67
  • Railway Directors in New Government. 269
  • Railway Directors in New Parliament. 491
  • Railway Dividends for 1931. Half-year. 119
  • Railway Material Exports During First Half of 1931, Statistics. 143
  • Railway Material Exports, Statistics, 269
  • Railwaymen's Unions Support of Candidates in General Election. 463
  • Railway Problems in Canada, Royal Commission on. 571
  • Railway Tires in China. 651
  • Rates Advisory Committee. 517. 571. 597
  • Receipts of Four Grouped Railway Companicks Greatly Reduced, 517
  • Regulation of Railways Act, 1871, 491
  • Rolling Railway Rails in Japan. 651
  • Sand Drags and Prevention of Damage to Runaway Wagons, 463
  • South African Railways and Harbours, Mechanical Department and Staff, 39
  • South Australian Railways Reorganisation, 409

Southern Railway :

  • Advertising in Press, Cost of, 418
  • Borough Market Junction Reconstruction, 625
  • Buffer Stop Collision at London Bridge, Report, 651
  • Death of Sir William Hart Dyke. 39
  • Dock Extensions at Southampton, 625
  • Electric Trains to Brighton, 545
  • Hastings New Station Opened, 67
  • Improvements on Lino Between Tonbridge and Hastings, 93
  • Jointless Cable for Merstham Quarry Tunnel, 351
  • Locomotives to be Renumbered, 119
  • Proposed Dock at Dover, 604
  • Southampton Docks Extensions, 597
  • Southampton West Station Extensions, 625
  • s.s. " Versailles " Disabled, 625
  • Tank Wagons for Convoying Milk, Road and Rail, 409
  • Timekeeping of Passenger and Goods Trains, Steam and Electric. 221
  • State Railways of India. Receipts of, 169
  • Steel Cars Replacing 1Vooden Cars on Continent, 143
  • Steel for Railway Coaches. Use of, 119
  • Steel Sleepers on Great Western Railway, 625
  • Tayport Railway Accident Recalled, 571
  • Timetable, The Twenty-four-hour, 119
  • Track Widening on G.E. Section. 625
  • Train Ferry Service Between Harwich and Calais Now Operating, 491
  • Travellers on Trans-Siberian Railway Require Chinese Visa, 269

RAILWAY AND ROAD MATTERS (continued):
Underground Railways :

  • "Bakerloo " Lino Extension to Camberwell Green, Bill for, 93
  • Camberwell Green Station, Proposed, 143
  • Elephant and Castle Improvements, Not a Government Grant. 379
  • Extension of Baker-street and Waterloo Railway from Elephant and Castle to Camberwell Green, Bill Reaches and
  • Passes Committee Stage, 379
  • Opening of Sections on Metropolitan and Metropolitan District Railways, 39
  • Provisional Dates of Opening of Extensions on Piccadilly Tube. 597
  • Underground Railway Traffic, 39
  • Winter Train Service, 289
  • RAIN Gauge Readings in India, 379
  • Reafforestat ion Scheme for British Columbia, 67
  • Red Pier at Douglas, I.O.M., Extensions to, 625
  • Refining Crude Oil into Benzine and Other Products, Factory in Now Zealand for, 221
  • Refuse Fuel for Power Production at Tea Factory in India, 597
  • Reinforcing Foundations of New Old South Church, Boston. America. 491
  • Rhenium, Properties of, 169
  • Riddle, Portable Mechanical Stone Ballast, 463
  • River Cuyahoga to bo Widened to Take 600ft. Oro Ships, 119
  • Road Construction with Iron Tiles at Accrington, 545
  • Rayon, Manufacture of, 221
  • Road Signs. Uniformity of. 295
  • Roofing with Galvanised Sheets. 11

S

  • SAFETY Razor Blades. Method for Producing Edge on. 463
  • St. Austell and Now China Clay Shipping Apparatus, 517
  • "Sakaloid," A New Plastic. 221
  • Salt, from Wells in Saskatchewan, 597
  • Salt Pans Operated by Sunshine at Bloomhof District. Vaal, 195
  • Scientific and Technical Abstracts, 596
  • Screws. Self-tapping Sheet Metal, 310
  • Sequoia Tree at Palo Alto in California, Oldest in Existence. 625
  • Sewer, Flow on 60in. Reinforced Concrete. 677
  • Sewerage Scheme for Droitwich, 359

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • Aquitania " and Her Recent Voyages, 571
  • Board of Trade Returns of Vessels Entering United Kingdom Ports During September, 545
  • British Trade Ship " British Exhibitor." Address of Organisers, 293
  • Canadian Coastguard Cutter " Adversus," Launched at Orilla, Ontario. 491
  • Commercial Vessels Passing Through Panama Canal for Year Exceed 5000, 143
  • Cunard Liner and Services of Engineering Firms. 195
  • Cunard Liner 66Carmania " to be Scrapped, 221. 545
  • Danish Vessel " Europa " Berths at Newcastle Quayside..597
  • Diving Tests from Italian Vessel 66 Titano," 323
  • Dredgers in Federated Malay States. Number of Bucket, 143
  • Economy Committee in Shipping Industry, 625
  • Electrical Equipment of Ships, Service for Inspection, Maintenance and Repair of, 597
  • Ferry Service Between Lymington and Isle of 'Wight. Proposed, 677
  • Germany's Mercantile Tonnage " Laid Up." 651
  • H.M.S. "Falmouth," Keel Laid Down at Devonport Dockyard, 269
  • Halifax to be Winter Call of Canadian Pacific Steamers, 545
  • Hydrographic Survey Steamer for Canadian Government, 6
  • Italian Steamship Lines. Proposed Merger. 289
  • Launch of Submarint) "Swordfish " at Chatham, 517
  • Launch of 30.000-ton Twin-screw Steam Transatlantic Liner " Manhatten," 625
  • " Lusitania," Proposed Exploration of, 596
  • Navigation of Ships in Fog. 517
  • P. and 0. Turbo Electrically Propelled Liner " Strathnaver " Leaves Barrow for
  • Trials. 245
  • Port of London. Vessels Using, 221
  • Shallow-draught Steam Tanker " Maracay." Harland and Wolff. Ltd., 3
  • Ship Canal at Nicaragua, Proposal to Construct. 249
  • Ship Lift on Hohenzollern Canal, 517
  • Shipping of China Clay at. St. Austell. Cornwall. 517
  • Ships Making First Passage Through Suez Canal During 1930, 143
  • Submarine " Nautilus " to End Career by Sinking in North Sea, 351
  • Suez Canal Company and Maximum Volume of Bunkers Allowed to Ships in Ballast, 169
  • Swedish Vessels " Laid Up,' 409 409
  • Tonnage of Vessels Arriving in United Kingdom During August. 1931, 379
  • U.S.N. Aircraft Carriers May be Used for Commercial Transatlantic Service, 437
  • United States Battleship " New Mexico " to have Turbo-electric Drive Replaced by Steam Turbines, 119
  • SHOT-FIRING Accidents in Germany, 409
  • Silica. 291
  • Silver Soldering, Care in, 677
  • Slag Wool for Insulation from Canada, 379
  • Slide Rule for Sheet Metal, Edwards', 424
  • Sludge Digestion System at Saltley. 677
  • "Smoke Abatement- Handbook," 417
  • Soya Beans. Successful Growing in Ontario. 491
  • Star Named H.D. 698 Most Massive \'et Discovered. 221
  • Status of Qualified Engineer. 491
  • Stench-gas Injector at Freed Mine, Ontario, 295
  • Stephens, Lieut.-Colonel H. T.. Death of, 491
  • Stereoscopic Projection for Cinemas, Dr. R. T. A. Innes'. 323
  • Stirling. Mr. Matthew, Death of, 409
  • Stoke-on-Trent Technical College, Extension, 651
  • Street Accidents in London. Reduction of, 437
  • Strength of Wooden Columns Built up of Boards Nailed Together. 269
  • Sugar Beet in Southern Alberta, 491
  • Sulphur Deposit Working in Turkey, 245
  • Sulphuric Acid Works at Everett. Maass., 39
  • Swansea's Electricity and Main Drainage Schemes. 269
  • Swiss Post Office Introduces Handcarts of Steel Tubing with Aluminium Panels. 143

T

  • TANNIN added to Boiler Ford Water, 437
  • Tantalum Carbide. Research on. 597

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:

  • Automatic Public Telephone Exchange at Tucuman. Argentina. 516
  • Automatic Telephone Exchange on Exhibition Ship " British Exhibitor," 179
  • Automatic Timing of Trunk Telephone Calls in G. P.O.. 169
  • Birmingham Automatic Telephone Exchange Extensions. 195
  • Bradford Historical Pageant to be Directed by Telephone, 39
  • Growth of Telephones in the World During 1930. 39
  • International Telephone Calls During June, 1931. 517
  • Number of Post Office Telephones in Great Britain and Ireland, 295
  • Picture Telegraphy Service Between Italy and United States. 463
  • Proposed Telephone Service Between London and Moscow. 370
  • Submarine Telegraph Cable Between Marseilles and Tunisia. 295
  • Telephone Circuit Established Between Yallourn Generating Station and Melbourne. 350
  • Telephone Communication Between British and Continental Subscribers, Use of "Personal " Call System. 221
  • Telephone Construction and Extensions in Italy, 295
  • Telephone Conversation Recorded on Magnetic Steel Wire for Future Reference. 39
  • Telephone System of Britain. Lord Wolmer's Comments on, 545
  • Telephones per 100 People Throughout Different Countries. 39
  • Time Signals to Now York Telephone Subscribers. 169
  • Teleprinter Exchange Service in Now Year by Post. Office, 571
  • TESTING of Concrete Paving Slabs at National Physical Laboratory. 67
  • "The Canadian Industrial Field." Publication of. 143
  • Thermo-couples. 625
  • Thomas. Mr. J. H.. and National Unix- of Railwaymen. 245
  • Thornycroft Six-wheelers and Trailers Replace Elephant. Transport in India. 677
  • Tidal Energy from Tresillian River, Cornwall, Proposed, 323
  • Tidal Energy on River Fal, Proposed Scheme for. 269
  • Timber Research at Forests Products Research Laboratory. 268
  • Tin Deposits of Katanga. Congo. to bo Developed. 39
  • Titaniforous Sand Discoeored near Mariupol in Ukraine. 571
  • Titanium White Production in the Urals, 119
  • Toronto Trains to Run Underground Beneath Yonge-street. 295
  • Totalisator. Ericsson Mechanical. 323
  • Trade Facilities by Britain in Yugoslavia, 132
  • Traffic Census Results on Durham County Roads. 023
  • Traffic Signals in Oxford-street, Increase in Speed, 179
  • "Traffic Signs " Committee Appointed, 651
  • Trepanning Work on Tail Shaft of Marine Set at Vickers Works, 571
  • Trunk Lino Motor Roads in Italy, 351
  • Tubes, Seamless Steel. Plant Erected in Welland. Ontario. for Production. 119
  • Tubes for Superheaters. Colorised Low-carbon Steel, 245
  • Tubes of Water-tube Boiler Cause Mialuip
  • Through Pulling-out of Steam Drum from Shortness of Water. 221
  • Tunnel at Halkyn. North Wales. Rapid Progress Creates Record, 295
  • Tunnel Between Dartford and Purtleet. Report on Proposed. 245
  • Tunnel Saves 10 Miles on Trail on Glacier National Park, 545
  • Tunnelling in Strong Rock, Method to Blast and Let Dibrie Fall Direct into Conveyor Skip, 143
  • Tunnels. Discharge of Water from Unlined, 169
  • Tunnels to be Constructed under Nothing) Canal, Montreal, 119
  • Typewriter Manufacturing in Toronto. 677

U

  • UNDERGROUND Wiros for Ottawa in Future, 597
  • University College. London. Awards in Faculty of Engineering. 108

V

  • VALVE Factory to be Erected near Montreal, 119
  • Vocational Education, Sir Francis Goodenough on. 338
  • Vulcan Foundry Company's Centenary of Locomotive Building. Commemorative Volume of History, 132

W

  • WAKEFIELD Corporation Replace Tramways with Motor Ontnihuses, 269
  • Wall Boards from Wininpeg, 545

WATER AND WATER SUPPLY :

  • Electrolytic Purification of Water, Typo of Cell for, 295
  • Metropolitan NVater Board. Proposed Developments, 169
  • Rand Water Supply Further Increased, 195
  • Water Power Industry in Canada, 677
  • Water Supply for Detroit. 244
  • M'ater Supply for Moose Jaw, 119
  • Water Supply for Quebec from Covered Reservoir on Plains of Al) ralittni Battlefield, 331
  • Water Supply Scheme for St. Asaph, 597
  • Water Supply to Mysore State by Boreholes. 597
  • Waterwheels of the World, Capacity of, 221

WELDING

  • Arc NVelding Prize Competition. Conditions of. 231
  • Electric Welding, Detection of Defective 'Welds, 625 1Velded Containers for Conveyance of Gases under High Pressures, 578
  • Welding of Re16 Prevents Melting Down When Cracked, 67
  • 'Welding of Hadfield Matezanese Stool, 193
  • Welding of Reinforcement littrA for Concrete Loaves, 651
  • WHALING Expedition-4 to Ant arct ic Cancelled, 195
  • White Lead Factory in South India to be Extended, 169
  • White Pine, Drying Rate of, 143
  • Whitworth Senior Scholarship Won by Mr.J. L. Thornton, 143

WIRELESS :

  • Radio Receiving System in Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York, 515

WIRELESS (continued)

  • Radio Station at Maracay. Venezuela. Proposed. 269
  • Radio Station at Saxonburg. Pa., 571
  • Reproduction of Tones of Human Voice and Other Sounds on Screens. Apparatus for. 67
  • Television Broadcasting_ in America. Popularity of. 351
  • Television in United States. 93
  • Ultra Short Wave Service Between Honolulu and Surrounding Islands, 409
  • Wireless Beacon Station for Rangoon. 143
  • Wirelews Communication Between New York and Muktlen, 39
  • Wireless Communications in Solitary North-West Territories of Canada. 677
  • Wireless Service Between Britain and China, 169
  • Wirelms Telephone Message to Lora Mayor of London from Lord Mayor of Sydney to
  • Attend Opening of Sydney Harbour Bridge. 571
  • WINDOW Washing in United States Buildings, 382
  • Wire Cables for Testing Purposes. Method of Socketting Stranded. 143
  • Wood Piles for Wharves at Portland. Maine. 221
  • Wood Research Laboratory for Madison. Wis.. 409
  • Works Management. National Conference on Details of Programme, 351

Z

  • "ZEPPELIN on Wheels " Covers 160 Miles Between Hamburg and Spandau in 96 Min.. 11
  • Zinc Mine and Plant Closed Down at Broken Hill. South Africa. 93
  • Zinc Oxide Manufacture Revived in Cornwall, 351
  • Zirconia the Most Refractory Oxide Known, 39

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