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Names

A

  • A.E.G. Electric Company, Ltd., Automatic Carbon Arc Welding, 337
  • Adamson, Daniel, and Co., Ltd., Pin Riveting, 142
  • Aerolift Pump Co, W i 11( 1 -1 I riven Air Compressor, 58
  • African Aircraft, Wireless Equipment for, 570
  • Ailsa Craig Motor Co, Twin-cylinder Opposed-piston Petrol Engine, 479; 36-60 H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 478, 479
  • Aiton and Co., Ltd., Steam Pipes and Steam Receivers at Battersea Power Station, 556
  • Allen and Co., Ltd., Edgar, Stag Silextractor, 240
  • Allis Chalmers Co, Condensing Plant for No. 1 Unit State Line Station, Chicago, 140
  • Alsace Canal and Kembs Power Station, 206. 210
  • American Baldwin-Krupp Shunting Locomotive, 640
  • American General Electric Company, Turbo-generator for No. 1 Unit State Line Station, Chicago, 140
  • Anderson Rotary Steam Engine, 674
  • Anglo-Ecuadorian Oilfields, Ltd., National Gas Engine Co, Ltd., 250 B.H.P. Convertible Gas or Oil Engine-driven Gas Compressor, 253
  • Arkwright Bicentenary, Newcomen Society's Celebration of, 623
  • Armstrong, Stevens and Son, Ltd., " Phillip, " Holding-down Bolt, 216
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G. Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Oil-electric Locomotives for Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 543; Oil-electric Rail Cars for India, 388; Oil-electric Trains for India, 287
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Ltd., 130-Ton Crane at Ironbridge Power Station, 177
  • Arter Grinding Machine Company, Automatic Cylindrical Grinder, 349, 350
  • Ash Company (London), Ltd., " Hydrojet "
  • Ash-handling Plant at Ironbridge Power Station, 203
  • Atkins, H. F., Ltd., Thread Grinder, 664
  • Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., High-efficiency Strainer, 240
  • Automatic Electric Co, Mayfair Automatic Telephone Exchange, 518
  • Automatic Light Control, Ltd., Fire Detection at Sea, 338; Fire Detection and Extinguishing Aboard Ship, 544
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., 750-Ton Chain-testing Machine, 538, 542
  • Aylmer, Gerald, An Episode in History of Steam Navigation, 347; Early Channel Steamers, 60; Early London River Steamers, 255; From Steam to Sail, 9; (Letter, Historicus, 61)

B

C

  • CANADA, Aerial Mapping in, 339
  • Canning, W., and Co., Ltd., Automatic 11041-polishing Machine, 414
  • Capel and Co., Ltd., Airless Injection Oil Engine for Industrial Use, 140
  • Cardiff Foundry and Engineering Co, Ltd., Illuminated Geared Post for Guiding Traffic, 330
  • Cass, W. G. Linn, Industrial Economics in America, 476
  • Census of Production, 1930, 95
  • Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd., Portable Polyphase Meter-testing Sot, 287
  • Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., Automatic Traffic Signals, 191
  • Chats Falls Hydro-electric Power Development, 300, 301
  • Chicago, No. 1 Unit State Line Station Condensing Plant, 140
  • China, Proposed Ocean Port for North, 138
  • China, Railway Development for, 510
  • Churchill Machine Tool Co, Ltd., Duplex Planetary Internal Grinder, 402; General Purpose External Grinder, 326, 328; Horizontal Spindle Surface Grinding Machine, 530, 531; Internal Grinding Machin©,:371, 372; Internal Grinding Spindle, 561, 562 ‘; Plano-type Vertical Spindle Surface Grinding Machine, 5q3, 504; Rotary Table Surface Grinder, 530, 532; Spline Shaft Grinding Machine, 614
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., Coal-handling Plant at Gibraltar, 666; Combined Winch and Derrick, 519
  • Coil Spring Makers' Association, Springs for Rolling Stock, 232
  • Combustion Engineering, Ltd., " Robot " Fireman, 519
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique Liner Normandie," 462, 463, 477, 484
  • Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., Indexing Mechanism for Gear Grinding Machines, 635, 636
  • Coventry-Victor Motor Co, Ltd., 30-37 H.P. Petrol Engine, 477, 478
  • Cowans, Sheldon and Co. Ltd., Pontoon Crane for Durban Harbour, 216
  • Cox, E. F., Salving a Fleet, 592
  • Craven, Commander C. W., Industrial Rationalisation, 275; (Leader, 283)
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Axle Journal Turning and Grinding Machine, 349, 350; Double 50in. Centre Lathe for Russia, 253, 258; Pitton-rod Grinding Machine, 348; 72in. Centres High-speed Roughing Lathe, 544, 545
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., On-load Transformer Tap-changing Gear, 535; Sub-station Switch gear, 414

D

  • DAVENTRY, [BBC]]'s Empire Broadcasting 4 Station at, 622
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., ( 400 B.H.P. Solid-injection Oil Engine for L.M.S. Heavy Oil Shunting Locomotive, 570 (
  • Davidson and Co., Ltd., " Sirocco " Induced ( and Forced Draught Fans at Ironbridge Power Station, 201, 202
  • Dewrance and Co., Ltd., Boiler Water Level Indicator, 490
  • Dominion Machinery Co, Ltd., Super Elliot Woodworker, 330
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Bangkok Memorial Bridge, 248, 272, 273, 282 (Two-page Supplement, September 9th, 1932); Widening (Putney Bridge, 280
  • Dorman-Ricardo Compression Ignition Engines, ( 189
  • Dover, Ship-coaling Plant at, 229, 234
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co. Ltd., Steam De-Superheater, 44
  • "Drikold " Refrigerant for Perishable Traffic.. 118
  • Drysdale and Co., Ltd., Circulating Pumps at Ironbridge Power Station, 177
  • "Duchess of Hamilton," L.:11. and S. Railway, Clyde Passenger Steamer, 18
  • Duette Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Mechanical Power Transmission Cable, 288 1
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Mobile Milk Tank Trailers, 69 1

E

F

G

  • Gear Grinding Co, Ltd., Gear Grinding Machine, 634; Spline Shaft Grinder, 613
  • Geipel, Ltd., Wm., Quead Mechanical Hammer, 597
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Electrical Equipment at Kettering Iron and Coal Company's Works, 215; Electrical Testing Equipment for Motor Car Engines, 190; Induction Furnace, 166; Luminous Discharge Tube Lighting, 519; Photo-electric Control Equipments in Tube Mills, 166
  • German Circle of English-speaking Engineers, Opening Meeting in Berlin, 562
  • Gibb, Sir Alexander, Water Power in Great Britain, 622
  • Gibb, Maurice S., 2100 I.H.P. High-pressure "Quadrupod " Marine Engine, 92
  • Gibraltar, Coal-handling Plant at, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 666
  • Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., Shell-Mex Clock, 352
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., Sluice Gates for Glenlochar Barrage, 44
  • Glenlochar Barrage, Sluice Gates for, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 44
  • Good, E. T., Steel and Empire Trade, 66
  • "Goodsway " Transport System, 401
  • Gough, H. J., Corrosion-fatigue of Metals, 284
  • Graham, H. W., Modern Conception of Steel Quality, 192
  • Gray, Win., and Co., Ltd., 2100 I.H.P. High-pressure " Quadrupod " Marine Engine, 92
  • Great Western Railway, Railway " Efficiency " Index Table, H. E. Hodges, 143
  • Greek Navy, Italian-built Destroyers for, 412, 413
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., " Invincible " Trailer Fire Pumping Set, 31; 54in. " Invincible " Centrifugal Vertical Spindle Pump, 31

H

I

J

  • JAPANESE Oil-Electric Locomotive, 638
  • Japanese Oil-mechanical Locomotive, 638
  • Johansen, F. C., and E. Ower, Standard Pitot Static Tube Calibration at Low Air Speeds, 500
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd.. Automatic Surface Grinding Machine, 20; Four-spindle Drilling Machine, 545
  • Jung, K., Small Internal Grinder, 372; Small Surface Grinder, 529, 530, 501

K

  • KELLENBERGER and Co., Universal Grinding Machine, 560, 562
  • Kembs Power Station, Alsace Canal and, 206, 210
  • Kempe's Engineer's Year Book, 280
  • Kendall and Gent (1920), Ltd., Plano-milling machine, 382, 386
  • Kennedy, J. G., Imprisoned Air and Failure of Castings, 520
  • Kettering Iron and Coal Co, General Electric Company's Electrical Equipment at the, 215
  • King, Bertram T., The Patent Act, 380
  • Kirkam, Walter, Hand-controlled Rotary Scaling Hammer, 70
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Honing Machine, 584, 585; Horizontal Duplex Boring and Facing Machine, 288; Multiple-spindle Drilling Machine, 19
  • Kodak, Ltd., " Kodatrace " Material for Tracings, 518
  • "Kodatrace " Material for Tracings, Kodak, Ltd., 518

L

M

  • "M 2," Salvage of Submarine, Captain D. .1. Munto, 475
  • Maa3 Gear-Wheel Company, Ltd., Helical Gear-grinding Machine, 662
  • M'Lellan, Professor J. C., Electrical Conductivity of Metals at Lowest Temperatures, 208
  • Macdonald, Sir Murdoch, Egypt and the Sudan, 460
  • McLaren, J. and H., Ltd., Oil-engined Windlass, 58; 25-kW Oil-electric Set, 58
  • Magnetic Valve Co, Ltd.. Magnetic Valves for Temperature Control, 141
  • " Mallet " Type Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 504, 538
  • Marchant Brothers, Ltd., Paint Mill, 329
  • Marconi Co, News by Television, 118; Television Transmitter and Scanner, 264
  • Marconi Wireless Apparatus for African Aircraft, 570
  • Marshall, C. P. Dendy, Links in History of Locomotive, 154
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Clayton Harvester Thrasher, 30, 31; Deaerated Concrete. 264; Oil Engine, 80 B.H.P. High-speed, 4 Road Roller, Oil Engine Driven 4-Ton, 4, 12 Tractor, 30 H.P. Oil-engined, 4, 12.
  • Martin's Bank Building, Liverpool, Heating and Ventilating Equipment, 68
  • Mass Products, Ltd., Humphris Press, 16
  • Mather and Platt, Ltd., Fire Prevention at Sea, "Mulsifyre " System, 45; Oil Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, 389
  • Mayfair Automatic Telephone Exchange, 518; (Correction, 599)
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., Fire-fighting Appliances, 57
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd. Electric Winding Equipments at Broken Hill, 353; Switchgear and Control-room at Battersea Power Station, 555, 556; Synchronous Condenser and Transformers, 595; Turbo-alternators at Battersea Power Station, 555, 564; 161-kV Circuit Breakers, 20
  • Midland Electric Manufacturing Co], Ltd., A.C. Motor Starters, 94
  • Midland Saw and Tool Co, Ltd., Wood-working Machinery, 330
  • Millars' Machinery Co, Ltd., Tilting Drum Mixers for Concrete. 329
  • Milliken Brothers, Ltd., Towers for River Thames Cable Crossing, 544
  • Miss England lit," Speed Boat Record, 94
  • Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Co, Ltd., Anti-breakage Coal 13tinkering Plant, 118; Coal-handling Plant at Iranbridge Power Station, 177
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., 5-12 B.H.P. Industrial Petrol Engine, 116
  • Morton and Weaver, Ltd., Universal Grinding Machine, 561, 562
  • Mucklow, Dr. G. F., Piston Temperatures in a Solid-injection Oil Engine, and Experiments on a Supercharged Single-cylinder High-speed Petrol Engine, 644
  • Munro, Capt. D. J., Salvage of Submarine "M 2,"475

N

  • Napier, D., and Son, Ltd., 150 H.P. Air-cooled Aero-engine, 19
  • Nasmith, Frank, Arkwright Bicentenary Celebrations, 623
  • National Gas Engine Co, Ltd. (now National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd.), 250 B.H.P. Convertible Gas or Oil Engine-driven Gas Compressor, 253
  • National Physical Laboratory Experimental Tank, 506, 512, 532
  • Naxos-Union, Roll Grinding Machine, 326, 327
  • Naylor Brothers, Ltd., Coal-handling Plant at Battersea Power Station, 554
  • Neil, James, and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., Eclipse 4S Tool, 313
  • New York City, Water Supply Tunnel for, 346, 356, 374, 398, 408 (Two-page Supplement, October 21st, 1932)
  • Newcomen's Engine of 1712, Site of, 401
  • Newton, Chambers and Co., Ltd., Rotary Mechanical Sulphur Burner, 361; Stator Gas Washing Plant, 191
  • Newtons of Taunton, Ltd., Electric Tools, 597
  • "Nicrosilal " Heat-resisting Castings, 673
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd., Circular Saw for Brass and Copper Ingots, 481; Cold Sawing Machine for Joists, 481; Cold Sawing Machine for Non-ferrous Ingots, 481; Multiple-spindle Tube Hole Drilling Machine, 262, 263; 14in. Centre Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting Lathe, 572; 20in. Centres Surfacing and Boring Lathe, 572
  • "Norfolk " Spade, 189
  • "Normandie,' French Liner, 462, 463, 477, 484
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., 66 H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 478
  • Norton Co, Semi-automatic Grinding Machine, 348; Single Wheel Crank Shaft Grinder, 612; Small Lapping Machine, 586; Steadies for Grinding Machines, 328; Surface Grinder, 530, 531
  • Nottingham, Electrical Laboratories at University College, 83

O

  • ODERO-TERNI-ORLANDO, Society, Italian-built Destroyers for Greek Navy, 412, 413
  • Ower, E., and F. C. Johansen, Standard Pitotstatic Tube Calibration at Low Air Speeds, 500

P

  • PARIS, Aircraft Exhibition, Aircraft Problems, 596
  • Parker, Frederick, Ltd., Concrete Mixers, 329
  • Parkgate Bridge, Darlington, Widening and Improvements to, 510
  • Parsons, C. A. and Co., Ltd., Developments in, Cooling of Parsons Turbo-alternators, 165
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co, Ltd., Eight-cylinder 160 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, 545;
  • Self-contained Reverse Gears, 478, 479; 100 H.P. Petrol-paraffin Engine, 478
  • Patent Gear and Metal Hardening Co, Ltd., Machine for Hardening Gear Wheels, 191
  • Pearce, Dr. S. L., Designer of Battersea Power Station, 554, 564
  • Pendred, L. St. L., British Pioneers of Transport, Opening Address to German Circle of English-speaking Engineers in Berlin, 562
  • Pennington, R., and T. Y. Sherwell, Centrifugal Pump Characteristics, 556
  • " Pericentrio " Helical Geared Motor, D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 491
  • "Persevere " Hydraulic Erosion Dredger, W. and F. Wills, 490
  • Petters, Ltd., 2 B.H.P. Petrol-electric Set, 57, 58; 40 B.H.P. " Atomic " Diesel Engine, 57
  • Pitot-static Tube Calibration at Low Air Speeds, Standard, E. Ower and F. C. Johanson, 500
  • Pollock, James, Sons and Co., Ltd., Thames Motor Tug " Crowstone," 544
  • Poultney, E. C., Mallet Type Locomotives, 504. 528
  • Premier Gas Engine Co, Ltd., Vis-a-Vis Gas and Oil Engine-driven Air Compressors, 181
  • Preston Station, Roundabout Working for Railway Trains at, 482
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., " Cub " Cubic Yard Excavator, 210
  • Pullin, V. E., Portable X-ray Laboratory, 590, 594
  • Pulsomoter Engineering Co, Ltd., Electrically Driven " Centrivac " Pump, 58; Milk Cooling Plants, 58; Hydraulic Power Station at Leith, 616, 620
  • Putney Bridge Widening, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 280

Q

  • " QUADRUPOD " Marine Engine, 2100 I.H.P. High-pressure, 92

R

S

  • SAGAR, J., and Co., Ltd., Woodworking Machinery, 330
  • St. Lawrence Waterway Agreement., 163
  • St. Pancras Sub-station, Motor Converter at, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 93
  • Sams, J. G. B., Operation of Locomotives on Long-distance Haulage, 164
  • Sanders, W. E.,Machinability of Steel, 5
  • Sandvik Steel Works, Stainless Steel Belt Conveyors, 337
  • Sanyo Chuo Hydro-eleotric Company, Reheating Turbine Installation at Shikama, Japan, 658 (Two-page Supplement, December 30th, 1932)
  • Scheepswerf Gideon J. Koster Hzn., Sea-going Coal-carrying Barge, 648
  • " Sentinel " Steam Wagon, " One-Man." 189
  • Sentinel-Trist Thermo-feed Regulator, 189
  • Sheepbridge Stokes Centrifugal Castings Co, Ltd., Nicrosilal Heat-resisting Castings, 673
  • Shell Mex, Ltd., Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., Clock for, 352
  • Sherrington, C. E. R., Position of the Engineer's Department, 559
  • Sherwell, T. Y., and R. Pennington, Centrifugal Pump Characteristics, 556
  • Siamese Oil-electric Locomotive, 638
  • Skelton, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald W., Work of Andrew Laing, 465
  • Smith, Thos., and Sons, Ltd., Safe and Overload Indicator for Cranes, 140
  • Smithfield Club Show, 596
  • South China Motor Shipbuilding and Repairing Works, Oil-Electric Ferry-boat with Horizontal Engines, 673
  • Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., Cast Iron Roads, 571
  • Steele and Cowlishaw, " Steel-Shaw " Flexible Coupling, 70
  • Steinman, D. B., A. Parable, 91
  • Stephen, Alexander and Sons, Ltd., Converted Marine Steam Engine, 158, 188; Service Results of s.s. " Annan," 406
  • Stirling Boiler Co, Ltd., Tri-drum Boilers at Ironbridge Power Station, 200, 201 (Two-page Supplement, August 19th, 1932)
  • Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Concrete Mixers, 329; I 7 Cubic Feet Concrete Mixer, 491
  • Sueur, L. Le. and Co., Ltd., " Templex " Circulator, 240
  • Sulzer Brothers, Deep-well Pump for Mine- Drainage, 216; Single-tube Steam Boiler, 390
  • Surbiton Waterworks, 428, 432, 452, 458
  • Swannington Winding Engine, L.M.S. Railway, 128; (Letter, " The Writer of the Article," 166)
  • Swiss Railways, 8800 H.P. Electric Locomotive, 20

T

  • T.B.T. Electric Company, Ltd., Electric Pulley Blocks, 337
  • Tapley and Co., Testing of Motor Car Brakes, 165
  • Taylor, H. W., Mechanical Design of Rotating Electrical Machinery, 130
  • Taylor, R. C., and Co., " Sealite " Plastic Metallic Packing, 338
  • Taylor Retort Stokers at Battersea Power Station, 554
  • Taylor, William, Mechanical Engineering Applied to Making of Lenses, 450
  • Tecalemit, Ltd., " Brentford " Mechanical Lubricator, 57
  • "Templex" Circulator, L. Le Sueur and Co., Ltd., 240
  • Thomas, Sidney, Commemoration in France of the Basic Process of Steel Making, 611
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co.. Ltd., 9 H.P. Oil Engine, 477; 62-85 H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 477, 478
  • Town, H. C., Modern Hydraulic Operation of Machine Tools, 533, 540, 568, 587
  • Tratman, E. E. R., Pneumatic Railways in United States, 110
  • Trevithick Centenary, Engineering Institutions and, 380, 666
  • Tritton, Sir Seymour B., Railway Traction by Steam Power, 274, 279; (Leader, 283)
  • Turnbull, F., and Co., Ltd., Conveyor Plant for Coal Staith at Howdon-on-Tyne, 650
  • Tyne Improvement Commission, Coal-shipping Staith at Howdon-on-Tyne, 650
  • Tyzack and Son, Ltd., Woodworking Machines, 330

U

  • UNITED Steel Works, Mulheim-Ruhr, Recent Developments in Boiler Engineering, 109

V

W

  • Wadkin and Co.. Combined Chain and Chisel Mortiser, 330; Combined Planing and Thicknessing Machine, 330
  • Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., Oil-engined Roller, 57
  • Walton, Dudley W., Statistics and Engineering, 583, 609, 661
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd., Two Capstan Lathes, 117
  • Watson, G. 0., Electric Ship Propulsion Systems and Control, 508
  • Watson, Henry, Economics of Urban Electric Railways, 78, 102, 127, 152, 177, 204
  • Watson, W., and Sons, Ltd., Binocular. Magnifying Spectacles, 518
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Boiler Feed-water Regulator, 648
  • Wellauer, Dr., Mercury Rectifiers and their Design. 516
  • Werner, Fritz., A./G., Spline Shaft Grinder, 613, 614
  • West and Co., Ltd., Allen, Short-circuit Testa on 132-kV Fuses, 378
  • West Midlands Joint Electricity Authority, Ironbridge Power Station, 174, 184, 200, 201, 224, 225 (Two-page Supplement, August 19th, 1932)
  • Weyburn Engineering Co, Ltd., 35 B.H.P. High-speed Submersible Lifeboat Engine, 156
  • "White " Combined Marine Reciprocating Engine and Exhaust Turbine, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 115, 142
  • White, R., and Sons, Aerial Ropeway Installation at Billingham, Transfer Station, 9
  • Whitehead's Electric Inventions, Ltd., Oil Pressure Circuit Breakers, 336
  • Wills Pressure-filled Joint Rings, Ltd., Gas-filled Joint Rings, 190
  • Wills, W. and F., Hydraulic Erosion Dredger "Persevere," 490
  • Wilson and Co. (1929), Ltd., John H. Anderson Rotary Steam Engine, 674
  • Winn, Charles, and Co., Ltd., Screwing Machine, 215
  • Wolverhampton Locomotive Works, Mocknisation of G.W.R., 134
  • Woodall-Duckham Vertical Retort and Oven Construction Company, Ltd., Becker Coke Oven and By-product Plant at Scunthorpe, 84, 88, 103, 112
  • Woolwich Arsenal Research Department, Portable X-Ray Laboratory, 590, 594

Z

  • ZIRKEL Englisch Sprechender Ingenieure, 510; Opening Address " British Pioneers of Transport," L. St. L. Pendred, 562

Subjects

A

  • ACCIDENTS in Building Operations in America, (667)
  • Accumulator. Towing from Annan to Grave;end of Steam. (209)
  • Acetylene. Synthetic Rubber Made from, (511)
  • Adhesives Research Committee Report. (281)
  • Aerial View of Bankgok Memorial Bridge, 249

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerial Landing Fields in Canada, (381)
  • Aerial Mapping in Canada, 339
  • Aerial Surveys in Southern Rhodesia, (257)
  • Aeronautical Engineering Pupils and Practical Experience in Commercial Life, (667)
  • Aeronautics. Buck Studentship. (294)
  • Aeroplane Engine, 150 H.P. Air-cooled, 1).Napier and Son. Ltd., 19
  • Aeroplane Engines for Belgium Government, Bntish. (159), (183)
  • Aeroplane Engines for Berlin-Amsterdam Lino, Junkers-Diesel, (407)
  • Aeroplane Engines for Danish Government, British, (183)
  • Aeroplane Engines for Polish Government, Warwaw Firm Constructs " Bristol " Type, (305)
  • Aeroplane Launching Catapult. Ransome. and Rapier, Ltd., 132, 136
  • Aeroplane Refueling Station off Coast of Brazil, Liner " Westfalen " as. (305)
  • Aeroplane Works of A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd., Transferred to Newton Heath, (641)
  • Aeroplanes and " Spotting " of Fish Shoals. (589)
  • Aeroplanes for Irak Government, (589)
  • African Aircraft, Marconi's Wireless Equipment for, 570
  • Air Transportation of Gold Dredges in New Guinea, Charles A. Banks, 107
  • Aircraft Factory at Portsmouth Municipal Aerodrome. (305)
  • Aircraft in the Navy, 565
  • Aircraft Problems, Conference in Paris oil, 596
  • Aircraft Traffic for Year of Imperial Airways, (407)
  • Aircraft Material for Persian Government, British, (209)
  • Airship, " Graf Zeppelin," Record of, (457)
  • Airship Mooring Mast at Barcelona. Projected, (563)
  • Airship to be Dismantled, Japan's, (589)
  • Airships, Russian, (641)
  • Aviation Services at Hong Kong, Proposed, (339)
  • Belgium and Imperial Airways, 499
  • British-made " Kestrel " Engines for Belgium Aircraft. (563)
  • French Air Mail to Hong Kong and South China, (589)
  • Flying Boats on Mediterranean Services, Reliability of Short " Kent," (431)
  • Heavy Oil Internal Combustion Engines for Aircraft, Development of, (511)
  • King's Cup Air Race, 53
  • Lighting at Heston Air Port, (11)
  • Lubricating Oils for Aircraft Work, (483)
  • Malakal Aerodrome, Asphalt Mixed with Cotton Soil Makes Good Surface, (281)
  • Mooring Mast for Airships, Telescopic Travelling, (483) •
  • Seaplanes in Fisheries Patrol Service, (615)
  • Three Motor Monoplanes for Royal Dutch Air Lino, (381)
  • Wing Surface Area for Evaporative Cooling, Estimation of. (563)
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery in Canada and United States of America, Bulletin No. 27,Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 4
  • Agricultural Production in Aiumm, (37)
  • Air, Method of Drying, (233)
  • Air and Failure of Castings, Imprisoned, .1 Kennedy, 520
  • Air Compressor, Compact Portable, William Reavell and Co., Ltd., 598
  • Air Compressor, Wind-drivon, Aerolift Pump Company, 58
  • Air Compressors, Vis-a-vis Gas and Oil Engine Driven, Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Ltd., 181
  • Air Compressor, Vis-a-vis Gas and Oil Engine Driven, Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 181
  • Air Ducts, Elimination in Power Station of, (483)
  • Air Heaters, Plato Typo, Babcock and Wilcox. Ltd., 142
  • Alcohol from Peat, Soviet Scientific Research Department, (589)
  • Alloy. Iron and Selenium, (431)
  • Alloy, " M.G. 7," (331)
  • Altitude Flight Record by Liout. Uwins, (331). (355)
  • Aluminium, Protection from Corrosion by Plating, (183)
  • Aluminium, Soldering of, (381)
  • Aluminium Alloys Factory at Merthyr Tydfil, (615)
  • Aluminium Exports from Canada, (615)
  • Aluminium from Volkhov 'Works, (11)
  • Aluminium Smelting Plant at Dniopostroi, (615)
  • Aluminium Used in Dome of U.S. Botanic Gardens Conservatory, (63)
  • Aluminium Wire, Depositing Oxide Film (.n, (537)

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Air Conditioning for Buildings. 665
  • Air-Rights Buildings, 507
  • American Sewage Treatment Processes, 507
  • Aqueduct, American 250-Mile, 133
  • Bridges. Rigid Frame, 304
  • Commercial Research in America, 665
  • Cylinder Boring Machine, Largest, 304
  • Domestic Water Supply, Treatment of, 133
  • Electrical Operation of Steel Mills, 665

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS (continued):

  • Garbage Incineration at Baltimore, 665
  • Irrigation and Hydro-electric Plant, 665
  • Locomotive Developments, 507
  • Locomotives, Roller Bearings on, 571
  • Mechanical Handling in Bakery, 571
  • Mine Fan of Propeller Type, 571
  • Nickel Alloy Steel Castinp, 134
  • Railway Wheels in America, 133
  • Steel Plate Mill, Continuous, 571
  • Triple Bogie Rail Car, 304
  • U.S. Government Aids Public Works, 665
  • Vanadium in High-speed Cutting Tools, 133
  • ANCHORS Recovered from Port Elizabeth Harbour, (87)
  • Anglo-German Club, Opening of Additional Rooms, (523)
  • Apprentices, Camp for French, 430
  • Arches with Fixed Ends. Calculation of Stresses in, J. D. W. Ball, 104

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH, FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE :
  • Meeting at York, 236, 250, 274, 298
  • Engineer's Outlook, Sir Alfred Ewing, F.R.S., Presidential Address, 228, 230; (Leader, 259)
  • Section G:
  • Call to the Engineer and Scientist, Pro fessor Miles Walker, Presidential Address, 251, 260; (Leader, 259)
  • Cracking and Fracture in Rotary Bending Tests, Professor F. Bacon, 299
  • Elasticity and Hysteresis of Rocks and Artificial Stone, J. Gilchrist and Dr. R. H. Evans, 298
  • Impact Testing at Oxford, Professor R. V. Southwell, F.R.S., 253
  • Noise. Suppression of, Dr. G. W. C. Kayo, 250
  • Magnetic Noise in Dynamo-electric Mathine, Dr. F. %V. Carter, F.R.S., 253
  • Railway Traction by Steam Power, Sir Seymour Tritton, 279; Discussion, 274; (Loader, 283)
  • Electric Traction on Railways, F. Lyndall, 274
  • Oil Traction on Railways, Sir Henry Fowler, 274
  • Rural Electrification, R. B. Matthews, 25u Ships, Electrical Propulsion of, Dr. C. c. Garrard, 251
  • Soviet Enterprise, An Engineer's View of, A. P. M. Fleming, 251
  • System of Lighting at Coal Face, Professor W. Cramp, 298
  • Timber, French and British Cleavage Tests of, Professor E. G. Coker-and Dr. Ruth Levi, 253
  • Reports of Committees :
  • Earth Pressures, Interim Report, 299
  • Electrical Terms and Definitions, Profossor G. W. O. Howe, 299
  • Stresses in Overstrained Materials, J. s. Wilson, 299
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH CAST IRON RESEARCH :
  • Laboratories Opened at Birmingham, 46
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH COMMERCIAL GA8 :
  • Sir Francis Goodenough's Address, (11)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ENGINEERS' :
  • Presidential Address, Wm. Roavell, on
  • "The British Engineers' Association—in Retrospect and Prospect," 520 ,
  • (Leader, 513)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WOOD PRESERVING
  • Annual Report, (135)
  • ASSOCIATION, ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERS' :
  • Steam Pipe Work, J. Arthur Alton, Cis
  • ASSOCIATION, FARADAY HOUSE STUDENTS' :
  • Annual Dinner, 446
  • ASSOCIATION, FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLLEGE OLD STUDENTS' :
  • Informal Dinners, (390)
  • ASSOCIATION, SOUTHERN RAILWAY PUPILs AND PREMIUM APPRENTICES' :
  • Eighth Annual Dinner, (677)
  • AS800/ATION OP CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 611
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Programme for Session, (368)
  • ASSOCIATION OP PAST AND PRESENT STUDENTS OF W. H. ALLEN, SONS AND Co.. LTD.:
  • Annual Dinner, (523)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SALESMANSHIP. NATIONAL :
  • Presidential Address, Sir Francis Goodenough, 271
  • ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION BUREAUX :
  • Annual Conference, Programme, 45
  • ASSOCIATION FOR TESTING MATERIALS, INTERNATIONAL :
  • Eighth Meeting of Permanent Committee at Florence, 464
  • ASSOCIATION TECHNIQUE DE FONDERIE
  • World's Foundry Congress in Paris. Report,314
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING GROUP :
  • Colloidal or Coal-oil Fuel, Professor J. S. S. Brake, 429

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued)

  • CIRCLE, ENGINEERS' GERMAN :
  • Benson Boiler on s.s. " Uckermark," Dip. -Ing. Ohlmaller, 441
  • Developments in Diesel Engine Construction, R. E. Strub, (523)
  • Ground Water Lowering and Chemical Consolidation of Subsoils as Moans to
  • Facilitate Foundation Work, Dr. Ing. Willy Sichardt, 653
  • INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL DE DOCUMENTATION :
  • Eleventh Conference at Frankfurt-am -Main, (148)
  • INSTITUTE, AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL :
  • Modern Conception of Steel Quality, H. W. Graham, 192
  • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS, SOUTH WALES :
  • Colliery Winding Ropes, H. D. L. Lloyd. (641)
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL :
  • Annual Dinner, 406
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, NATIONAL :
  • Lord Macmillan elected President, (483)
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Admission to Students' Section by Examination. (241)
  • Presidential Address. Industrial Rationalisation, Commander C. W. Craven, 275 : (Leader, 283)
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Autumn Lecture. Corrosion-Fatigue of Metals, Dr. H. J. Gough, 284
  • INSTITUTE OF PATENT AGENTS, CHARTERED :
  • Jubilee Celebrations and Dinner, (443)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • First Local Section Formed at Manchester. (563)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT:
  • Examinations for Graduateship and elate Membership, 1933, (87)
  • Suggested that Railway Bridges should also be used for Road Vehicles, E. L. Looming, (667)
  • INSTITUTES, IRON AND STEEL AND METALS :
  • Joint Autumn Meeting, 119, 308. 325, 350
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Effect of Hydrogen Sulphide on Corrosion of Iron by Salt Solutions, by S. C.
  • Britton, T. P. Hoar, and W. R. Evans, 325
  • Endurance Limit of 0.33 Per Cent. Carbon Steel at Elevated Temperatures, by J. W. Cuthbertson, 351
  • Equilibrium of Certain Non-metallic Systems : Part III.. Equilibrium of the Systems MnSi02. Foy SiO4, and FeS—Fes 8104, by J. H. Andrew and W. R. Maddocks, 325
  • Fatigue Resistance of Unmachined Forged Steels, G. A. Hankins and M. L. Becker, 351
  • Further Contribution on Constitution of System, A. Kriz and F. Poboril, 351
  • Generation of Steam from Blast-furnace Gas, A. F. %%robber, 350
  • Growth of Austonito Above A; in Plain Carbon Stools, J. H. Whiteley, 351
  • Light-weight High-pressure Gas Cylinders, F. S. Marsh, 350
  • Metallurgical Problems Arising from Internal Combustion Engine Valves, J. R. Frandforth, 309
  • Nickel, Manganese and Chromium in Steels, Spectroscopic Estimation of, F. Twyman, F.R.S., and A. Harvey, 351
  • Nickel-chromium-silicon Cast Irons, A. L. Norbury and E. Morgan. 309
  • Scale Removal by Acid Pickling, A. B.
  • Winterbottom and J. P. Reed, 325
  • Time-potential Curves on Iron and Steel and their Significance, T. P. Hoar and U. R. Evans, 325
  • Veining or Sub-boundary Structures, Northcott, 351
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Alpha Brass, Effect of Different Elements on Annealing and Grain Growth Characteristics of. M. Cook and IL 8. Miller, 326
  • Atmospheric Action as a Factor in the Fatigue of Metals, H. J. Gough and D. G. So with, 351
  • Beryllium, Researches on, H. A. Sloman, 326
  • Beryllium-magnesium Alloys, 'Some Attempts at Making, R. J. M. Payne and J. L. Haughton, 326
  • Corrosion Apparatus, Modified Impingement. H. W. Brownsdon and L. C. Bannister, 351
  • Distortion of Wires on Passing Through a Draw Plate, G. L. Taylor and II. Quinney, 351
  • Effect of Pressure on the Liberation of Gases from Metals (with Special Reference to Silver and Oxygen), N. P. Allen, 325
  • "Hot-dipping " Processes, Some Reactions Occurring in, E. J. Daniels, 310
  • Lead-tin Alloys. Constitution of. D. Stockdale, 326
  • Liquation or " Inverse Segregation in "Silver•copper Alloys, J. IL Watson, 326
  • Modern Works Plant and Equipment for the Hot Working of Nickel and Nickel Alloys, W. R. Barclay, G. A. V. Russell, and H. Williamson, 308

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
INSTITUTES. IRON AND STEEL. AND METALS (continued):

  • INSTITUTE Or METALS (continued) :
  • Mould Materials for Non-ferrous Strip Ingot Casting, G. L. Bailey, 309
  • Nickel Wim, Mechanical Properties of. C. E. Rangley and C. .T. Smith° 351
  • On tho Removal of Gases from Aluminium Alloys by Mixtures of Nitrogen and Volatile Chlorides, J. D. Grogan and
  • T. H. Schofield, 325
  • Open-air Corrosion of Copper : Part III.,
  • Artificial Production of Green Patina, W. H. J. Vernon. 351
  • Properties of Commercial Varieties of Copper at High Temperatures. T. O. Bamford, 351
  • Two Years' Corrosion Tests with Duralpint in North Sea, K. L. Meissner. 351
  • INSTITUTION, NORTHEAST COAST, OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS :
  • W'ork of Andrew Laing, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald W. Skelton, 465
  • INSTITUTION OP AUTOMOBIT E ENOINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (552)
  • First Report of Research and Standardisation Committee, (355) Journal, 321
  • Summer Meeting, Report. (23)
  • institution OP CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address, Egypt and the Sudan, Sir Murdoch Macdonald, 460
  • Laurence J. Kettle Premium, (135)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OF IRELAND :
  • Presidential Address, Irish Land Drainage. Laurence Kettle. 647
  • 1NsTITUTION OP ELECTRICAL ENGINEEss
  • Annual Convorsazione, 47
  • Award of Scholarships for 1932. (317)
  • President's Address, E. W. Marchant. 434
  • Relative Fuel Economy of Electricity. Gas. Oil. and Solid Fuel as Heating Agents, A. H. Barker, (Leader), 617
  • The Students' Quarterly Journal, (294)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENOINEERS :
  • LONDON STUDENTS : 1Vhat of the Future, with Electro-farming as an Illustration ? R. B. Matthews, (457)
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRtTms', ROYAL :
  • Electrical Conductivity of it Is at Lowest Temperature, Professor J. C. M'Lennan, 208
  • Sir Robert Mond Makes Presentation of Collection of Faraday Letters. (37)
  • INSTITUTION Or HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS
  • Radiant Float, A. F. Dufton, (563)
  • INSTITUTION Or ENOINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Annual General Meeting, (523)
  • Chairman's Address by J. Foster Petrie, 415
  • Cornwall as Cradle of Science and Enginearing. S. J. Crispin, (393)
  • Development of Modern Glass Bottle Making Machinery. F. G. Pasotti. (563)
  • Manufacture of Photographic Film, Dr. H. Baines. 666
  • Presidential Address, Water Power in Groat Britain, Sir Alexander Gibb. 622
  • INSTITUTION Or MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner. 427
  • Experiments on a Supercharged Single-cylinder High-speed Petrol Engine, Dr. G. F. Mucklow. 644
  • Modern Hydraulic Operation of Machine Tools, li. C. Town, 533, 540, 568, 587, 624
  • Piston Temperatures in a Solid-injection Oil Engine. Dr. G. F. Mucklow. 644
  • Presidential Address, Mechanical Engineering Applied to Making of Lenses, William Taylor, 450; (Leader, 459)
  • Summer Visit to Canada and the United States, 334, 358, 384, 410; (Leader, 307)
  • Thomas Hawksloy Lecture, Atomic ProLctiles and their Applications, Professor ord Rutherford, 486; (Leader, 485)
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, Salving the German Fleet at Scapa Flow, E. F. Cox, 592
  • INSTITUTION Or MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • NORTH•WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Annual Dinner. Report. (601)
  • Centrifugal Pump Characteristics, T. Y.
  • Shorwoll and R. Pennington. 556
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Council Awards for 1931, (443)
  • INSTITUTION, PERMANENT WAY :
  • Mr. Arthur R. Cooper, President, (532)
  • Position of the Engineer's Department, C. E. R. Sherrington, 559
  • INSTITUTION Of RAILWAY SIGNAL ENOINEERS :
  • Mr. C. Carslake Elected President. (11)
  • INSTITUTION Or SANITARY ENOINEERS :
  • Affiliated with Federation of Sewage Works Association, U.S.A.. (281)
  • INSTITUTION OP STRUCTURAL ENOINEERS :
  • Dynamic Effecte in Railway Bridges, Professor C. E. Inglis, 492, 508
  • INSTITUTION OP WELDING ENGINEERs :
  • Competition Paper. Improvements in Welding Practice, (381)

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • SOCIETE DES INOENIEURS CIVILS DE FRANCE :
  • Commemoration in France of Basic Process of Steel Making, 611
  • SOCIETY, BIRMINGHAM DIETALLURGICAL :
  • Production of Alloys, A. A. Jude, (483)
  • SOCIETY, ELECTROPLATERS' AND DEPOSITORS' TECHNICAL :
  • William James' Commemorative Prizes, (305)
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING :
  • Autumn Meeting, (351)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN :
  • Arkwright Bi-centenary Celebrations,
  • Lecture, Frank Nasmith, 623
  • Site of Newcomen's Engine of 1712, Dr.
  • T. E. Lones, 401
  • SOCIETY. OPTICAL :
  • Amalgamation with Physical Society, (331)
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • Vibrations in Bodies, Mary D. Wall. r, (615)
  • SOCIETY, 'WHITWORTH :
  • Summer Meeting Report, (100)
  • SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS, AMERICAN:
  • Corrosion of Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys, Research on, 314
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Annual Meeting at Nottingham, 86
  • ATOMIC Projectiles and their Applications,
  • Professor Lord Rutherford, 486; (Leader. 485)

B

  • BAKERY in Shanghai, British-made Machinery for, (511)
  • Ball Bearings, Run of Standard, (127)
  • Ball Mills for Spring Mines, Transvaal, (407)
  • Ball-rings, Heat Treatment of, (159)
  • Balloon Ascent by Professor Piccard, (135)
  • Battersea Power Station, 554, 564
  • Beacon Stations at Shaweishan Island, Marconi. (135)
  • Beilby Memorial Awards, (23)
  • Belt Conveyor, Stainless Steel, Sandvik Steel Works, 337
  • Belt Drives, Short-centre Flat, (37); (Letter, G. T. Pardoe, 61)
  • Belt System in Indian Locomotive Works, 338
  • Beltinfg, Woven, J. H. Fenner and Co., Ltd., 491
  • Beryllium, Iron Alloys, Commercial Value for, (87)
  • Binding Machine, " Protector," B. J. Hall Bud Co., Ltd., 544
  • Bitumen from Tar Sands of N. Alberta, (257 )
  • Blast-furnaces, Air-cooling of, (87)
  • Blast of 220 tons of Dynamite at Quarry, (11)

BOILERS :

  • Benson Boiler on s.s. " Uckermark," 441
  • Boiler, Blow-down Pipe Explodes in, (281)
  • Boiler of 55,000 H.P. at Three Bridges, Quebec, Electric, (305)
  • Boiler, High Gas-velocity, Brown Boveri and Co., Ltd., 214; (Leader, 211)--see Letters
  • Boiler, Rotary, Development by German Company, (519)
  • Boiler, Single-tube Steam, Sulzer Brothers, 390
  • Boiler Explosion, Serious, 259
  • Boiler Feed Water Regulator, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 648
  • Boiler Steam Drums, Electrically Welded,
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 214
  • Boilers and Heat Pumps, 669
  • Boilers at Battersea Power Station, Babcock
  • and Wilcox, Ltd., 554
  • Boilers at Ironbridge Power Station, Stirling
  • Boiler Company, Ltd., 174, 184 (2 wo-page Supplement, At gust 19th, 1932)
  • Boilers for Steel Works at Pretoria, Three arrow Water-tube, (537) Freeman Water-tube Boiler, 155
  • Over One Hundred per Cent. Efficiency, 211; —see Letters to the Editor
  • Water-tube Boiler Fired with Pulverised Coal, Efficiency of, (116)
  • Water-tube Vertical Boiler, Fraser and Fraser, Ltd., 93
  • Yarrow High-pressure Boilers for Dutch Cruiser, (616)
  • BOLT, Holding-down, Armstrong Stevens and Son, Ltd., 216
  • Braggite, Mineral Discovered by X-rays, (457)
  • Brass, Method to Black; (381)
  • Brickworks, Phase Advancer in, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 362

BRIDGES :

  • Bangkok Memorial Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 249, 272, 273, 282 wo-page Suppt., September 9th, 1932)
  • Bridge Across Clarence River, N.S.W., Double deck Bascule Opening, (305)
  • Bridgo Across Danube near Belgrade, (381)
  • Bridge Across Firth and Clyde Canal at Temple, (537)
  • Bridge Across Mississippi River at Butot, Rouges, Suggested Railway and Highwai . (663)
  • Bridge Across Nerbudda, India, (111)
  • Bridge Across Tees at Middlesbrough, 1\ irk Started on, (135)
  • Bridge at Karad, Madras, Proposed, (381)
  • Bridge at Vancouver, Vertical Lift Section on, (641)
  • Bridge Connection Across San Francisco Bay, ti Miles, (431)
  • Bridge Demolished at Stapleton-road, Bristol, (111)
  • Bridge Girders, Novel Japanese Method of Replacing, (511)
  • Bridge Over Edgware-road, Replacing 121)-ton, (537)
  • Bridge Over Missouri River, Vertical Lift Span, (457)
  • Bridge Over Nerbudda River at Broach, Bombay Presidency, (615)

BRIDGES (continued):

  • Bridge Over River Jumna at Delhi, (281)
  • Bridge Over River Severn at Ironbridge, Braithwaite and Co. (Engineers). Ltd., 174, 184
  • Bridge Over St. Lawrence near Lachine, (281)
  • Cauvery Bridge Opened, (355)
  • Dock Bridges at Birkenhead and Liverpool, (407)
  • Forth Bridge, Painting of, 666
  • George Washington Bridge, Longest Concrete Arch in America, (563)
  • High-level Bridge Over Clyde at Finnieston, (209)
  • International Bridges in Mexico. (111)
  • Kohala Bridge Repaired in Unusual Manner, (281)
  • Lambeth Bridge, Opening of, 77
  • Parkgate Bridge, Darlington, Widening and Improvements to. 510
  • Putney Bridge, Widening, 280
  • Railway Bridge Across River Narbada at Broach, (183)
  • Railway Bridges, Dynamic Efforts in. Professor C. E. Inglis, 492, 508
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge Across Mersey, (381)
  • Roadway on Howrah Bridge, Proposed 60ft., (509)
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Cotmencoment of, (483)
  • Suspension Bridge at Cavaillon, Franey, Opened, (257)
  • Tower Bridge, The Cost of, (615)
  • Viaduct., Opening of Winnipeg's Salter-street, (589)
  • Viaduct Connecting Newark, New Jersey, with Jersey City Opened, Three-mile, (589)
  • Waterloo Bridge, 271, 553
  • BRITISH Empire, Statistical Abstract for, (37)

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION :

  • Annual Report and Index of Specifications. 535

Specifications :

  • Aerodrome Lighting. Guide to, 119
  • Colours for Gas Cylinders, 304
  • Doors for Internal and External Purposes, 97
  • Electric Lamps for Railway Signalling, 417
  • Foundry Patterns, 465
  • Flameproof Plugs and Sockets for Use in Mines, 653
  • Fuels for Heavy Oil Engines, 195
  • Glossary of Terms Used in Illumination and 1 Photometry. 97
  • Identification of Chemical Pipe Lines, 49
  • Light Rain Water Pipes, 417
  • Manhole Openings, 516
  • Mortice Locks, 23 1 Overhead Travelling Cranes, 439
  • Poles for Telegraphs and Telephones, 677
  • Portland Blast-furnace Cement. 49 1 Springs for Railway Rolling Stock, 23
  • Steel Pipe Flanges, 535
  • Steel Railway Wheels and Wheel Centres, 439
  • Synchronous Electric Clocks, 599
  • Track Circuit Insulation. 217
  • Train Lighting Accumulators, 49
  • Tungsten Filament Electric Lamps, 217
  • Wire Rope Terminal Attachments, 417
  • Xylolos, 23
  • BROMINE from Dead Sea, (111)
  • Brussels Power Station, Fire at, 360
  • Bushings, Graphite Instead of Lubricating Oil for, Tests, (457)

C

  • CABLE, Mechanical Power Transmission, Duette Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 288
  • Cableway on Hoover Dam Site, (431)
  • Caisson Gates for Southampton's Dry Dock, (233)
  • Calcium Chloride for Dust Laying on Roads, (457)
  • Calcium Chloride Prevents Road Metal Freezing Solid, (615)
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 627, 656, 677
  • Camp for French Apprentices, 430
  • Canada and Ottawa Conference, 14

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Artificial Lake Contemplated in Southern Saskatchewan, 62
  • Automotive Concern at Windsor, Ontario, 491
  • Beauhamois Delivers First Power. 437
  • Bitumen for Rubber Manufacture, 437
  • Bridge Over St. Lawrence, Another, 649
  • Bridges in Quebec, 437
  • British Coal, 110
  • Butane Gas Plant, Canada's First, 62
  • Canada and Imported Coal, 62
  • Canada—China Service, 208
  • Canadian Chemical Industries, 289
  • Canadian Pitch for France, 649
  • Coal Classification, 362
  • Economic Trends, Favourable, 649
  • Electric Boilers, Large, 649
  • Electric Railways, 437
  • Empire Research, 437
  • Grain-handling Facilities at Vancou% (.1, Increase of, 208
  • Heat Conductivity of Building Materials, 62
  • Highways. Improved, 491
  • Hydraulic Mining of Peat, 62
  • Imports of British Coal, 437
  • Improvement in Construction, 437
  • Lumber Trade, 491, 649
  • Metal Refining, Growth in, 649
  • Mineral Production, 492
  • Montreal Water Station Extensions, 491
  • Natural Gas Developments, 208
  • Observatory at Richmond Hill, Ontario, 437
  • Oil Burner Testing Facilities, 289
  • Oil Find in Turner Valley, 110
  • Oil Refinery at Weyburn, 438
  • Oil Refinery in Montreal East, 437
  • Ontario's Future Power Supply, 208
  • Pipe Plant, 289
  • Placer Mining, 289
  • Power Industry, Growth of. 492
  • Radium Refinery in Canada, First, 362
  • Railway Economics, 110
  • Reclamation Project on Kootenay Flats, 4 3s
  • Refractories Industry, 110
  • Rubber Industry, 437
  • Rural Electrification, 110

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS (continued):

  • St. Lawrence and ether Power Projects, 437
  • St. Lawrence Bridge, 363
  • Synthetic Resins, 110
  • Tar Sands Discovery, 492
  • Tube Mill near Toronto, 62
  • Tunnel Driven under Vancouver, 208
  • Unloading Bridge for Coal, 208
  • Vancouver's Traffic Bridge, 110
  • Vessels Using Welland Ship Canal, Largest, 110
  • Water Supply Tunnel at Toronto, 208
  • Welded Steel Beams, Continuity of, 362
  • Welland Ship Canal, 289
  • Work for Canadian Vickers, Ltd., 437
  • CANADIAN Railways, 333
  • Canal, Alsace, and 'Combs Power Station, 206; (Note, 417)
  • Canal Between the Volga and Moscow Rivers, (183)
  • Canal from Gulf of Finland to White Sea, (159)
  • Canal to Connect Baltic with White Sea, (641)
  • Canals Become Railways in America, 465
  • "Canned Oxygen," (257)
  • Canning Factory at Aintree, Proposed, (589)
  • Canning Factories for Fruit and Vegetables in Russia, (457)
  • Car Washing by High-pressure Water, B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., 287
  • Carbazole, Purification of Crude, (667)
  • Carbon Black Research in Canada, 19
  • Carbon Dioxide for Perishable Goods, Solidified, (135)
  • Carborundum Filters Fitted to CO2 Recorders, Cleaning of, (667)
  • Castings, Imprisoned Air and Failure of. J. G. Kennedy, 520
  • Catalogues, 73, 145, 317, 341, 365, 443, 469, 495, 523, 549, 575
  • Catapult, Aeroplane Launching, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 132, 136
  • Cavitation, G. S. Baker, 187, 212
  • Cellulose Acetate, " Lamarith " Plasticised, (135)
  • Cement Factory at Coimbatare, Madras, (641)
  • Census of Production, 1930, 95
  • Centenary Celebrations of Richard Trevithich, 666
  • Centenary of Leicester and Swannington Railway, 128; (Lotter, The Writer of t11,• Article, 166)
  • Chain Testing Machine, 750-Ton, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 638, 542
  • Chemists and " Grid " System, (331)
  • Chlorinated Naphthalene Products Replace Beeswax, (511)
  • Chrome Ore Shipments at Durban, (159)
  • Chromium and Effect on Cast Irons, (407)
  • Chromium Plated Tools, Life of, (63)
  • Chromium Plating of Blanks, (135)
  • Chromium Plating of Machine Tools, (159)
  • Chromium Plating of Splined Shaft, (562)
  • Chromium Surface, Oxidised, (87)
  • Circle of English-speaking Engineers, Opening Meeting in Berlin of Gorman, 562
  • Circulating Water System at Ironbridgo. Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 176, 184
  • Circulator, " Templox," Lionel Le Stietir and Co., Ltd., 240
  • Clock, Sholl-Mex, Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., 352
  • Clock to Speak the Hours in Paris, (483)
  • Clutch, Pulvis, British Rema Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 597

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :

  • Anthracite Coal Discovered in Fifeshire, (615)
  • Anthracite for Canada, British, (281)
  • Anthracite for Canada, British More Popular than American, (305)
  • Anti-coal Breaking Plant at Doctor Pit, Northumberland, (615)
  • British Coal Exports to Canada, (209)
  • Coal-breaking Machine, British Jeffrey Diamond, Ltd., 44
  • Coal Bunkering Appliances at Sunderland.(63)
  • Coal Bunkering Plant. Anti-breakage, Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd., 118
  • Coal Cargo Through Welland Canal, Record. (159)
  • Coal-carrying Barge, Oil Engine Driven Seagoing, 648
  • Coal-handling Plant at Battersea Power Station, Naylor Brothers, Ltd., 554
  • Coal-handling Plant at Gibraltar, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 666
  • Coal-handling Plant at Ironbridgo, Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd.,177
  • Coal Deposits in Northern Caucasus, (457),(483)
  • Coal Discovered near Kabul, (331)
  • Coal Gas Storage under High Pressure in Germany, (111)
  • Coal Mine Accidents in United States, (457)
  • Coal Resources of Spitzbergen, Expedition to Examine, (209)
  • Coal Seams Uncovered in Lanark, (457)
  • Coal Shipping Staith at Howdon-on-Tyne. 650
  • Coal Tar Products in America, Output of Crude, (135)
  • Coal Unmined, Amount of, (563)
  • Coal-washing Plant for South Africa, (407)
  • Coalfield in Klip River Valley, Transvaal, (63)
  • Coaling Plant at Dover, Ship's, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 229, 234
  • Coaling Plant at Hull, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 160, 165
  • "Coalkote," Treatment of Coal and Coke with, (257)
  • Coke in Canada. Increased Use of, (667)
  • Cost of Coal at Pithead in South Africa, (407)
  • Electricity in Mines, (457)
  • Electric Coal Cutters, Average Energy Taken by, (209)
  • Electrification of Pits of Hartley Main Colliery, (355)
  • Fuel from Dross Coal with Molasses as Binder, (257)
  • Inspection of Mines in Northern Division, Report, 1931, (305)
  • Lignite from Moose River Basin, Value of,(37)
  • Lignite Seams Discovered Between Tomsk and Omsk Districts, (355)
  • Mine Gallery, Presentation to Science Museum of Full-sized Reproduction of, (183)

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES (continued):

  • Mine Tracks Laid in 1840 Found in Pine Knot Colliery, U.S.A., (87)
  • Mine Ventilation, Economies of, (671) (1 Powdered Anthracite Dust in Swansea Power Station, (11)
  • Pretreatment of Coal for Hydrogenation, (159)
  • Pulverised Coal and Oil Fuel, Difference in Heat, (355)
  • Rockdust Barriers, Tests of, (87)
  • Safety in Mines Research Board's Subject Index and Vol. VII. Published, (257)
  • Stowing in Coal Mines, (331)
  • Washed Coal from Witbank to Pretoria, (233)
  • Washed Turkish Coal for Oran, Algeria, (209)
  • Welsh Bunker Coals at Genoa, (597)
  • Wireless in Mines may bo Compulsory, (641)
  • COAST Protection Works at Brighton, (331)
  • Cobalt-iron Alloy, Sheffield Firm ,Manufactures, (63)
  • Coinage at Royal Mint During 1931, (641)
  • Coke Oven and By-product Plant at Scunthorpe, Becker, Woodall-Duckham Vortical Retort and Oven Construction Company, Ltd.,84, 88, 103, 112
  • Colloial or Coal-oil Fuel, 429
  • Compass Needle, Present Pointing of, (11)
  • Compressor, Test Results of Two-stage, J. Holloway, Laycock Engineering Company, Ltd., 62

CONCRETE:

  • Cements and Concretes, Research on, (355)
  • Concrete, Do-aerated, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 264
  • Concrete, De-aerated, Modern Concrete Developments Co., Ltd., 359
  • Concrete, Vibrating, 439
  • Concrete Building Reinforced when Adding Six Storeys, (457)
  • Concrete Floors, Process for Making Dustless, Coloured, and Polished, (135)
  • Concrete for Hoover Dam Tunnels, (183)
  • Concrete Mixer, De-aerating, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 264
  • Concrete Mixer, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 329
  • Concrete Mixer, Liner Concrete Machinery Company, 329
  • Concrete Mixer, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 329
  • Concrete Mixer, 7 Cubic Feet, Stothort and Pitt, Ltd., 491
  • Concrete Mixers, Millar's Machinery Company, Ltd., 329
  • Concrete Mixers, Frederick Parker. Ltd., 329
  • Concrete Mixers, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 329
  • Reinforced Concrete Pole Designs, W. T. Taylor, 422
  • Reinforced Concrete Railway Underbridges, Duration of, J. W. W. Ball, 400
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures Committee. Mr. H. E. Steinberg Appointed to, (257)
  • CONDENSERS at Battersea Power Station, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 556
  • Condensing Plant at No. 1 Unit State Line Station, Chicago, Allis Chalmers Company, 140
  • Conductivity of Loamy Earth, Heat from Underground Pipes and, (40)
  • Contracts, 23, 73, 97, 121, 145, 169, 195, 219, 267, 291, 317, 344, 365, 393, 443, 469, 495, 523, 459, 575, 601, 630, 653
  • Copper, Duty on, 421, 447
  • Copper, Plant at Prescot, Lanes., for Refining Blister, (33)
  • Copper, Salvage of Cargo of, (183)
  • Copper Cable Manufacture in South Africa, (11)
  • Copper Mining and Smelting Plants in Eastern hazakstan, (355)
  • Copper Output Reduced by Katanta Company, (11)
  • Copper Refinery at Sverdlovsk, (615)
  • Cornwall as Cradle of Science and Engineering, (393)
  • Corrosion Fatigue of Metals, Dr. H. J. Gough, 284
  • Corrosion of Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys, 314
  • Cotton Mills at Ahmedabad, British Equipment for, (667)
  • Crane, Petrol-electric Mobile Truck, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 313
  • Crane at Ironbridge, 130-ton, Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., 177
  • Crane for Durban Harbour, Pontoon, Cowan's, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 216
  • Crane Safe Load Indicator, Brown and Aitken, 597
  • Cranes, Safe and Overload Indicator for, Thos. Smith and Sons, Ltd., 140
  • Cranes at Middlesbrough Docks, Electrically Operated, (135)
  • Crank-pins of Nitralloy on German Locomotives, (483)
  • Cream Separator, Electrically Driven, Renold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., 31
  • Creosote Oil Substitute for Petrol to be Used on Belfast Omnibuses, (537)
  • Crushing of Linseed and Rape Seed, Models of Machinery at Hull Museum, (667)
  • Cupro-nickel " A," British Chemical Standard for, 427
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels—Weekly Cutting Oil for Machining Nickel-alloy Steel, (457)
  • Cycle-films for Demonstration Purposes. (393)

D
DAMS.

  • Dam. Completion of Krishnaraja Sagara, (667)
  • Dam, Specifications called in for Aswan, (537)
  • Dam Across Columbia River, near Spokane, (63)
  • Dam Across Olifanto River, South Africa, Started, Clanwilliam, (407)
  • Dam at Mettur, Progress of 'Work on, (407)
  • Dam Construction, C. M. Stanley, (641)
  • Dam on Colorado River. Hoover. 580, 606
  • Dams, Hydrostatic Pressure Within and Under, 109
  • Hoover Dam, 580. 606
  • Hoover Dam Power Plant, Electrical Machinery for, (667)

DAMS (continued):

  • Hoover Dam, Artificial Cooling of Mass Concrete on, (209)
  • Mettur Dam Project, Indian Government and Disposal of Plant on. (91)
  • DAMPER. Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 286
  • Daylight in Offices. Penetration of Natural, (589)
  • Desuperheater Steam, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company. Ltd., 44
  • Diatomite Deposits in Canada. (87)
  • Dock for Naples. Dry. (615)
  • Dog-team transport and Competition in N. Manitoba. ( 667 )
  • Drainage System of Calcutta, (563)
  • Drawing Block, Drax, S. C. and P. Harding, Ltd., 649
  • Drawings, Removal of Grease or Dirty Finger Marks from, (381)
  • Dredger. " Persevere," Hydraulic Erosion, W. and F. Wills, 490
  • Dredging a Cut-off for Mississippi River, (431)
  • Dredging Operations in Brookville Narrows on St. Lawrence Waterway, (511)
  • Drums and Tanks, Repairing of, (401)
  • Dry-rot Cured by Oxy-acetylene Flame, (183)
  • Dry-rot in Timber, Prevention of, (159)
  • Duralumin, Tinning of, (233)
  • Duralumin and Hoisting Skips and Cages. (253)
  • Durban Harbour's 80-ton Crane in Service. (257)
  • Dust from Power Station Chimneys, Emission of. Report of Committee Appointed by Electricity Commissioners, 618

E

  • ECLIPSE 4 S Tool, James Neil and Co' (Sheffield), Ltd., 313
  • Economics of Electrical Power Supply in United States, 32
  • Economics of Urban Electric Railways, Henry Watson. 78. 102. 127, 152, 177, 204
  • Economiser Installed at Verooniging Station of Rand Water Board. (537)
  • Educational Intelligence, 195, 219, 443, 495, 549
  • Eel Grass off Pubnscos, Nova Scotia, (281)
  • Effect of Temperatures on Properties of Metals, Joint Research Committee's Report to American Society for Testing Metals, (37)
  • Egypt and the Sudan. Sir Murdoch Macdonald, 460
  • "Egypt's " Gold, 1. Salvage Postponed, (483)

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • A.C. Motor Starters, Midland Electric Manfacturing Company. Ltd., 94
  • Alternator and Switchgear Testing Plant. 1,500.000-kVA, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.. 668, 672
  • Amorphous Carbon Electrodes Exempted from Key Industry Duty. (281)
  • Applications of Electricity, D. H. Bishop, (483)
  • Battery Charging Sets, Auto-cut-in and. (589)
  • Central Station Plant and Performance in United States. 32
  • Change-over of Clyde Valley Electrical Power Company to Standard Frequency of 50 Cycles, (209)
  • Circuit Breakers, Oil-pressure. Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., 336
  • Circuit Breakers, 161 • kV, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Works, Ltd., 20
  • Contact Circuit Breakers, Do-ion, English Electric Company, Ltd., 488, 489
  • Dry Batteries, Filling Mixture for, (281)
  • Electric Accumulator Industry. Formation of, (483)
  • Electric Boiler of 55.000 Horse-power at Three Bridges. Quebec. (305)
  • Electric Cables Across Thames, Thomas Bolton and Sons, Ltd., 361
  • Electric Generating Station at Kandahar Proposed, (615)
  • Electric Heating, 617
  • Electric Incandescent Lamps to be Manufactured by Dutch Firm at Hull, (63)
  • Electric Lamp Employing Silent Discharge Through Sodium Vapour, (257)
  • Electric Light for -Bluff Lighthouse, Natal, (209)
  • Electric Lighting Plant at Kuala Kangsar. Perak, (281)
  • Electric Railways, Economics of Urban, Henry Watson. 78, 102, 127. 152, 177, 204
  • Electrical Accidents, 65
  • Electrical Appliances for Farming, 29
  • Electrical Appliances in the Household, (667)
  • Electrical Conductivity of Metals at Lowest
  • Temperatures, Professor J. C. M'Lennan. 208
  • Electrical Equipment at Kettering Iron and Coal Company's Works, General Electric Company. Ltd., 215
  • Electrical Equipment for Brighton Railway
  • Electrification Scheme, 28
  • Electrical Equipment for Electric Winder in South African Mine, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 117
  • Electrical Heating of Soil, (183)
  • Electrical Industry. 409
  • Electrical Laboratories at University College, Nottingham, 83
  • Electrical Potential Difference of 10,000,000 Volts Produced at Pittsburg. (11)
  • Electrical Testing Equipment for Motor Cars at Humber-Hillman Motor Car Company's Works, General Electric Company, Ltd.. 190
  • Electrical Testing Laboratory for Russia. (431)
  • Electrical Tools. Newtons of Taunton, Ltd.. 597
  • Electrically Driven Power Head for Deep Wells, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 31
  • Electrically Operated Shovel in Pittsburg Coalfield, (537)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns of Units Generated by Authorised Undertakers in Great Britain. Statistics, June, 1932, (63); July, 1932, (182); September. 1932, (381); November, 1932. (615)
  • Electricity Extensions at Johannesburg, (355)
  • Electricity in South Africa, (305)
  • Electricity Replaces Oil for Illuminating Lighthouse on Bluff at Durban, (537)

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Electricity Supply. Annual Report, Electricity Commissioners, 640
  • Electricity Supply in Great Britain, 284
  • Electricity Supply in United States, 32
  • Electrification on Rhine—Rhone Canal, (457)
  • Electro-farming Conference. 377
  • Electrode for Electrochemical Oxidation of Naphthalene. (355)
  • Electrostatic Generator, R. J. van de Graaff, (257)
  • Electrostatic Precipitation Plant. English Electric Company. Ltd., 489, 490
  • Flange Mounting Motors, Higgs Motors. 571
  • Free Electricity for Refrigerator Purchasers in America, (299)
  • Generator. High-voltage. (589)
  • Generators, 33-kV, 459
  • Germany's Electricity Undertakings. (63)
  • Grid-controlled Rectifier, English Electric Company, Ltd., 487, 488
  • Grid Tariffs, 571
  • Guernsey Electric Light Company. Conces sion Not Renewed, ( II 1)
  • Heating Trouliles on Condenser Insulators, (63)
  • Insulating Material, Rock Wool, (457)
  • Insulation Testing Set, " Megger," Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 464
  • Insulators, Cracking of, (537)
  • Ironbridge Power Station. 174. 184, 200, 201, 224, 225 (Two-page Supplement, August 19th, 1932)
  • Mercury Rectifiers and their Design. Dr. Wellauer, 516
  • Motor, " Pericentric " Helical Geared. David Brown and Sons (Huddersfield). Ltd., 491
  • Motor Convener Sub-station at St. Pancras, British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd.. 93
  • On-load Transformer Tap-changing Gear, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 535
  • Polyphase Meter Testing Set, Portable. Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd., 287
  • Porcelain Electrical Insulators. Manufacture of, (183)
  • Power Cables and Interference with Tele phone Wires, (355)
  • Pretoria and Charge for Heating Water by Electricity, (94)
  • Rectifier, Glass Bulb, English Electric Company, Ltd., 487, 488
  • Rectifier Applications, Diagram Showing Possible, English-Electric Company. Ltd., 487, 488, 489
  • Rectifier Demonstration Equipment, English Electric Company, Ltd., 487, 488
  • Rectifier, Steel Tank, English Electric Company, Ltd., 487, 488
  • Rectifiers Controlled by Ward-Leonard System, 488, 489
  • Report for 1931 of H.M. Electrical Inspector of Mines, (407)
  • Reversing Mill Motor. English Electric Company, Ltd., 489, 490
  • Rotating Electrical Machinery, Mechanical Design of, H. W. Taylor, 130
  • Short-circuit Tests on 132-kV Fuses, Allen West and Co., Ltd., 378
  • Sub-station Switchgear, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd.. 414
  • Switchgear and Control Room et Battersea Power Station, Mteropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company. Ltd., 555, 556
  • Switchgear at Battersea Power Station, Reyrollo and Co., Ltd., 555, 556
  • Switchgear at Ironbridge Power Station, George Ellison. Ltd., 388
  • Switchgear for Power Station Auxiliaries, George Ellison, Ltd., 388
  • Synchronous Condensers, 20,000-kVA, Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 595
  • Synchronous Motor for Driving Rolling Mill in India, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 440
  • Tapping "Grid " Lines, 13
  • Transformer " Movable Machinery," Controversy in France, (103)
  • Transformers. Power Station, Ferranti, Ltd., 648
  • Transformers. Single-phase, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 595
  • Transmission Line Conductors. Vibration and Stress-strain Characteristics of, (135,
  • Transmission Poles, Erection of, (11)
  • Turbo-alternators, Developments in Cooling of Parsons, 165
  • Turbo-alternators at Battersea Power Station, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 555. 564
  • Turbo-alternators at Battersea Power Station, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 555, 564
  • Turbo-generator for No. 1 Unit State Line Station, Chicago, American General Electric Company, 140 ELM Disease, Survey of, (457)
  • Engineer, The Professional, (291)
  • Engineer in U.S.S.R., Position of Foreign, 106
  • Engineer's Department, Position of the, C. E. It. Sherrington, 559
  • Engineer's Outlook. An, Sir Alfred Ewing, 228
  • Engineering Progress in Seventy-five years, 40
  • Engineering. Statistics and, Dudley W. Ntralton, 583. 609, 633, 661

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • "Atomic " Diesel Engine. 40 B.H.P., Petters Ltd., 57
  • Diesel Engines, Length of Shop Trials of, (63)
  • Engine, 6 B.H.Y. Compression-ignition, Bamfords Ltd., 59
  • Marine Engine, 2100 I.H.P. High-pressure "Quadropod " Gibbs's, Wm. Gray and Co. Ltd., 92
  • Marine Engine and Exhaust Turbine, "White " Combined Reciprocating, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 115 Results of Tests, 142
  • Marine Oil Engine, Eight-cylinder, 160
  • B.H.P., Parsons Oil Engine Company. Ltd., 545
  • Marine Steam Engine, Convened, Alex. Stephen and Sons, Ltd., 158, 188
  • 75 B.H.P., Three-cylinder " Atomic-Diesel " Marine Engine for Dredger " Persevere," Petters Ltd., 490
  • Oil Engine, 9 B.H.P., J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 477

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued) : 4

  • Oil Engine, 35 B.H.P., John Fowler and Co. (Leeds). Ltd., 4. 5
  • Oil Engine, 80 B.H.P., High-speed, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 4
  • Oil Engine. 180 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 5
  • Oil Engine, 400 B.H.P., Solid injection.
  • Heavy, for L.M.S. Railway Heavy Oil Shunting Locomotive, Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd.. 570
  • Oil Engine. Dorman-Ricardo Compression-ignition, 189
  • Oil-engine-driven Gas Compressor, 250
  • B.K.P. Convertible Gas or, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 253
  • Oil Engine for Industrial Use. Airless Tripetion, Capel and Co., Ltd., 140
  • Oil Engine for Tug " Crowstone," 275 B.H.P.,
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd.. 544
  • Oil Engine, 2-5 H.P., Brooke Marine Motors, Ltd., 477, 478
  • 5 H.P. Motor on Truck, British Thomson Houston Company. Ltd., 31
  • Oil Engine, 36-60 H.P. Heavy, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, 478, 479
  • Oil Engine, 6'2.-85 H.P. Heavy, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 478
  • Oil Engine, 66 H.P. Heavy, Norris Henty and Gardners. Ltd., 478
  • Petrol Engine, 5-12 B.H.P. Industrial, Morris Motors. Ltd., 116
  • Petrol Engine. 10-30 H.P. Radial Three-cylinder, Birrnal Boats. 479
  • Petrol Engine, 30-37 H.P., Coventry Victor Motor Company, Ltd.. 477. 478
  • Petrol-paraffin Engine, 100 H.P.. Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 478
  • "Stationary Diesel Oil Engines," Pamphlet Issued by Harland and Wolff, Ltd., (431)
  • EROSION of Sea Front at Madras, (37)
  • European Engineers' Federation, 513
  • Excavator, Electrically Operated, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.. 238
  • Excavator, Cubic Yard, " Cub," Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 216

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Aircraft Exhibition in Paris, 541
  • B.I.F. at Birmingham, 369, (641); Space at Castle Bromwich, (183)
  • Building Trades, 328
  • Industrial Development Exhibition .11
  • Bexley, Kent, 119
  • International Motor Exhibition at Olympia, 376, 404, 435; Marine Motor Section, 477
  • Model Engineer Exhibition at Westminster, (159). 222, 256
  • Physical Society's Exhibition, (599)
  • Radio Exhibition in Manchester' (288)
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Southampton, 3, 12, 29, 57; Awards of Silver Medals, 29
  • Smithfield Club Show at Royal Agricultural Hall, 596
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank at National Physical Laboratory, 506, 512. 532
  • Explosion of Water-tube Boiler. (159)
  • Extrusion of Metals by Impact Process, (305)

F

  • FACTORY Building of Nineteen Storeys in New•York, (135)
  • Factory-built Houses of Steel, (87)
  • Factories in Birmingham, Recent, (37)
  • Factories Started in England by Foreign Companies, (641)
  • Faraday, Michael, Bust of. Institution of Electrical Engineers' Presentation to Munich Museum, (331)
  • Federation of British Industries, Industrial Taxation, (52)
  • Ferro Manganese, Electric Furnaces to Production (511)
  • Ferry-boat with Horinzontal Engines, Oil -electric, S. China Motor Shipbuilding and Repairing Works, 673
  • Filling Stations for Motor Vehicles, Statistics of Public. (511)
  • Filter Cloths of Spongy Rubber, (257)
  • Fire at Brussels Power Station, 360
  • Fire-brick Manufacturing at Manchester, American Firm and. (37)
  • Fire-bricks and their Elastic Properties, (483)
  • Fire Detection and Extinguishing Aboard Ship, Automatic Light Control Company, 544
  • Fire Detection at Sea, Automatic Light Control Ltd., 338
  • Fire-extinguishing by Inert Gas, (537)
  • Fire-fighting Appliances, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 57
  • Fire Float Delivered by Road from Barrow-in•
  • Furness to Greenwich, (135)
  • Fire Prevention at Sea, " Mulsifyre " System, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 45
  • Fire Pumping Set, " Invincible " Trailer, Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., 31
  • Fireproofing Timber, (331)
  • Fires on Board Ship, (511)
  • Fish Canning Factory at Dundee, (641)
  • Fish-plate Invention, W. Bridges Adams', (111)
  • Floating Dock for Limerick Harbour Board, (483)
  • Floats for Ball-cocks, (159)
  • Flood Relief Scheme for East Sido of London, (355)
  • Flooring, Concrete, Expanded Metal Company, LW.. 329
  • Foreign Engineer in U.S.S.R., Position of, 106
  • Foreign Trade Organisation. 617
  • Forest Fires in Canada, Loss from, (10)
  • Forestry Experiments at Westwood, California, (63)
  • Forests and Reduction of Water Supply, (331)
  • Forging Machine, Precision, J. Bigwood and Son, Ltd., 569
  • Forthcoming Engagements—Weekly Forty Hours' Week, International Labour Bureau and, 351
  • Foundry Congress in Paris, World's, 314
  • Freezing Process, Shaft Sinking by, Le Grand, Sutcliffe and Gel!, Ltd., 491

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES

  • African Air Service, 2.15
  • Alcohol Fuel, 245

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :

  • Atmospheric Condensers. 197
  • Automatic Couplings, 419
  • Barrage Reservoirs, 471
  • Canal des Deux Mers, 75, 497
  • Canal 't raction, 99
  • Canalising the Rhone, 197
  • Canals, 25
  • Cavellton Suspension Bridge, 293
  • Civil Aviation, 679
  • Coal, 269, 319
  • Coal Imports and Pitwood, 471
  • Coal Industry, 99
  • Coal Quotas, 51
  • Colonial Oils, 269
  • Commercial Agreements, 123
  • Commercial Exchanges, 655
  • Commercial Treaties, 293
  • Compagnio Generale Transatlantique. 171, 445
  • Congo Railway, 75
  • Continuous Brakes, 171
  • Cultivating Machines, 395
  • Destroyers for French Navy, 367
  • Eiffel, Gustave, Bust Unveiled of, 655
  • Electrical Production, 551
  • Engineering Outlook, 655
  • European Federation of Engineers, 99, 147, 577
  • European Public Works Syndicate. 551
  • Flood Protection, 679
  • Foreign Trade, 221
  • Foreign Trade Relations, 197
  • French Liner " Normandie," Launch of, 471
  • Hydro-electric Production, 343
  • Import Quotas, 51
  • Import Tax, 419
  • International Traffic, 293
  • Iron and Steel Production, 269
  • La Pallice Mole, 51
  • Locomotive for State Railways, Powerful, 471
  • Machine Tools, 445
  • Marino Exhibition, 551
  • Marseilles Harbour Extension, 367
  • More Confidence, 25
  • Motor Car Industry, 343
  • Naval Construction, 123
  • Paris Transports, 75, 269
  • Pas-do-Calais Collieries, 343
  • Polish Coal, 221
  • Pontoiso Bridge, 319
  • Port of Paris, 221
  • Port of Vordon, 497
  • " PromOtheo " Disaster, 75
  • Public Works, 367, 525, 629
  • Public Works and Engineering, 577
  • Rail Motors, 603
  • Railway Catastrophe, 319
  • Railway Electrification, 147, 629
  • Railway Reforms, 679
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 25
  • Rhone Navigation Works, 419
  • Riviera Water Supply, 497
  • Road and Rail Traffic, 221
  • Road Traffic Restrictions, 123
  • Rolling Stock, 367
  • Russian Orders. 629
  • Russian Trade, 197
  • Saint-Nazairo Dry Dock, 147
  • Scrapping Ships, 603
  • Shipbuilding, 171, 445
  • Shipping Restrictions, 525
  • Shipping Tonnage, 629
  • Solar Illumination, 293
  • State Orders, 525
  • Steamboat Inventor, 171
  • Steel Cartel, 221. 655
  • Steel Consumption, 245
  • Steel Industry, 497
  • Steel Trade, 395, 603
  • Steel Trade Organisation, 123
  • Submarine Accident, 367
  • Super-liner, Position of. 395
  • Tidal Power, 343
  • Trade Agreements, 245
  • Trade Developments, 319
  • Trade Organisation, 603
  • Trade Outlook, 75
  • Treaties of Commerce. 99
  • Unemployed Miners. 419
  • Wagon Building, 679
  • Waste, Use of, 577
  • Water Sterilisation, 147
  • FURNACE. Electric Induction, General Electric Company. Ltd., 166

G

  • GALLIUM, Properties at Different. Temperatures. (63)
  • Galway Harbour, Cost of Proposals. (667)
  • Ganges Canal Hydro-electric Scheme. (111)
  • Gas and Electric Light for Public Services,Relative Cost of, (209)
  • Gas Compressor, Steam-driven, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 647 (;as Compressor, 250 B.H.P. National Convertible Gas or Oil Engine-driven, Wm. Reavell and Co., Ltd., 253
  • Gas-filled Joint Rings, Wills Pressure Filled Joint Ring, Ltd., 190
  • Gas for Internal Combustion Engines, Compressed, (483)
  • Gas for Motor Vehicles, Town's, (331), 647
  • Gas in Athadome Well, N. Alberta, Flow of Dry. (257)
  • Gas Industry and Coal, (537)
  • Gas Pipo Laying in Baltimore, Improved Method of, (381)
  • Gas Replaces Electricity in Many Districts for Street Lighting, (483)
  • Gas Research in Canada, 83
  • Gas Washer, Stator, Newton, Chambers and Co., Ltd.. 191
  • Gasoline Production, Natural, (14)
  • Gear-box, 1400 H.P. Return Drive, Vosper and Co., Ltd., 479
  • Gear, Hydraulic Ram Unit of Telegraph Control. Hyland Ltd., 479
  • Gear for L.M.S. Railway Heavy Oil Shunting Locomotive, Transmission, Haslam and Newton, Ltd., 570
  •  :clignite Successfully Employed on Blue London Clay, (457)
  • Geological History of N. Saskatchewan, (233)
  • Geological Maps at Canada House, London, (87)
  • German Circle of English-speaking Engineers, Opening Meeting in Berlin, 562
  • German Manufacturer in England. Impressions of, H. Kaufmann, 45
  • Glass, Armour Plato, Pilkingtun Brothers, Ltd.. 328
  • Glass, Testing of Pilkington's Armour Plate, (615)
  • Glazed Tiling on Concrete, Bulging of, (667)
  • Gold and Silver Production in United States in 1930, (483)
  • Gold Dredges Transported by Air in New Guinea, Charles A. Banks, 107
  • Gold Field in British Columbia. Alluvial, (431)
  • Gold Mines at Bontddu, near Barmouth, Reopened, (305)
  • Gold Strike in Now Zealand, Alluvial. (457)
  • Gold Vein Discovered ut Antimok in Philli pines, (281)
  • "Goodsway, The," Cedric Erlund, 401
  • Grain Conveying Plant for Leith, (183)
  • Grain Loading Plants at Churchill, Hudson Bay Railway, (183)
  • Grain Loading Record at Sorel, Quebec, (407)
  • Grain Ship from Churchill, Hudson Bay. (305)
  • Grain Storage Capacity at Montreal, Increased. (407)
  • Grain Storage Capacity at Vancouver Port. (331)
  • Grain Storage in Vancouver, (667)
  • Graving Dock Building at loVallsend-on-Tyne, (331)
  • Grimsby's Power Station Extensions, (355)
  • Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Gypsum Used for Coal Dusting in Collieries. (159)

H

  • HABIT and Influence on Engineering Method. (667)
  • Hammer, Quead Mechanical, Wm. Geipel, Ltd.. 597
  • Harbour, Reconstruction Work on Aberdeen, (37)
  • Harbour Works at Cochin, India, (563)
  • Harbour Works at Haifa, 16
  • Harvester Thrasher, Clayton, Marshall. Sons and Co., Ltd., 30, 31
  • Hay and Straw Stacker, Ransomes. Sims and Jeffories, Ltd., 30
  • Health of Nation, Road Fatalities, (305)
  • Helium, New Source Discovered in Trinidad, (140)
  • Hotel at Moscow for Foreign Visitors, (331)
  • Hours of Labour, 211
  • Household Refuse of Nuneaton. (209)
  • Howard's Works at Bedford. Disposal of, (469)
  • Hydraulic Power Station at Leith, Pulsomotor Engineering Company. Ltd., 616, 620

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES :

  • Hydro-electric Energy of Angara River System, Siberia. (119)
  • Hydro-electric Power Development Scheme at Chats Falls, 300, 301
  • Hydro-electric Power in Europe, (537)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at TrollhAttati. (20)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant on White River, Missouri, (667)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant Possibilities of River Chirchik, Russia, (457)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants in Great Britain, (457)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants on Snake River. (135)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme in Travancore, (331)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme at Pykara, Madras. (355), (381)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Go . 295, (431)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme at Beauharnois, Progress. (209), (331)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme at Mandi, Progress of, (563)
  • Hydro-electric Power Schemes in Sweden. (537)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme at Periyar, (159)
  • Hydro-electric Works on Lievro ..t
  • Quebec, 160, 151
  • Lochaber Power Scheme, Further Developments, 397, (457)
  • Masson Falls Hydro-electric Power Scheme, (615)
  • 'Water Power in Great Britain, Sir Alexander Gibb, 622
  • HYDROSTATIC Pressure W i th in and Dams, 109
  • Hydrotechniquo do France, Laboratories of La Societe, M. P. Leroux, 296, 322

I

  • IBRAHIM Fanny Karim Pasha of Egypt Visits England, (249)
  • Illium. Properties of Alloy, (563)
  • Illumination, Accurate Forecast of Intensity “t", (407)
  • Illumination, " Cold Light," (537)
  • Illuminations at Blackpool Excursion Trains to View, (563)
  • Impressions of German Manufacturer in England, H. Kaufmann, 45
  • Industrial Companies' Fusion in Sweden, (407)
  • Industrial Diseases of Silicosis and Asbestosis, (381)
  • Industrial Economics in America, W. G. Linn Cass, 476
  • Industrial Rationalisation, Commander (1. \V . Craven, 275; (Leader. 283)
  • Industrial Taxation, (52)
  • Ingots, Detection of Cracks in, (482)
  • Inland Port at Campana, Argentine, (209)
  • Internal Combustion in Engines, Experiments on. (135)
  • International Labour, Bureau and Proposed Forty Hours' Week, 351

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR CAR AND MOTOR BOAT EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA : 376, 404, 435

  • Marine Motor Section, 477
  • Austin Motor Company, Four-cylinder Engine, 435; II 11 12 H.P. Four-Gear-box Details
  • of 10 H.P. Car, 435; Thermostat for Motor Cars, 436 11

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR CAR AND MOTOR BOAT EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA (continued) :

  • Citroft Cars, Ltd., 10 H.P., 12 and 20 H.P. Cars, 404
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., " Buxton " 10 H.P. Saloon, 405; 10 H.P. Chassis, 405
  • Daimler Company, 15 H.P. Sal000n. 435; 15 H.P. Engine, 435
  • Humber, Ltd., 12 H.P. Four-cylinder Chassis. 436; 12 H.P. Four-cylinder Engine, 436
  • Lanchester, 10 H.P. Saloon. 376
  • Lucas, Joseph, Ltd.. " Luvax " Shock Absorber, 404
  • Morris Motors. Ltd.. 10 H.P. Four-cylinder Car, 377
  • Rover 14 H.P. " Pilot " Chassis and Saloon. 405; " Meteor " 16 H.P. Car, 405
  • Scintilla, Ltd., " Vertex " Ignition System, 436
  • Standard Motor Company. Ltd., " Big Twelve " six-cylinder Engine, 404; "Little Twelve " Six-cylinder Engine, 404 20
  • H.P. Chassis. 404
  • Wolseley, 16 H.P. Chassis, 436
  • INTERNATIONAL Safety of Life at Sea and
  • Load Lino Conventions, (355)
  • Invention, Science and, 307

IRON AND STEEL :

  • Alloy-steel Castings, Working Limit for Constructional Purposes, (37)
  • Basic Bessemer Practice in France. 646
  • Basic Bessemer Steel, 591
  • Basic Process of Steel Making. Commemoration in France of, 611
  • Blast-furnaces at Wellingborough. Head. Wrightson's. (209)
  • Blast-furnaces in U.S.S.R., (589)
  • Blooming Mills in U.S.S.R., (593)
  • British Standardised Steel Samples. (431)
  • Cast Iron Test Pieces. Round Bar. (233)
  • Casting. 94-Ton, for Anvil Block, (589)
  • Castings, " Niorosilal " Heat-resisting, Sheep-bridge Stokes Centrifugal Castings Company, Ltd.. 673
  • Hollow Forging, World's Largest, Thos. Firth and John Brown, Ltd., 414
  • Ingot of 175 Tons for Stirling Boiler Company. Ltd., 'Vickers Works of English Steel Corporation, 569
  • Iron and Steel Imports into Tees Ports during November, (615)
  • Iron and Steel Industry Reorganisation, Suggestion by Mr. I. M. Sioff, (457)
  • Iron Ore Deposits of Kursk, (331)
  • Iron-oxide Content of Liquid Steel, Method for Determining, (87)
  • Machinability of Steel, W. E. Sanders, 5
  • Magnetite Iron Ore from Texada Island. Suitability for Sponge Iron, (431)
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports, Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production, Statistics of June compared with May, (63), (87); July, (191); August. (281); September, (407); October, (536); November, (641)
  • Nickel Steel Production from Nickel Copper Ores, (63)
  • Opening of Swansea Steel Works after Three Years, (641)
  • Pig Iron Cupolas. Stanton Company's. (135)
  • Research on Cold-working of Steel at Sheffield University. The Ironmongers' Company and, (37)
  • Researches on Steels and Forgings for Greater Density, Machinability and Durability, W. E. Sanders, 5
  • Ituatlese Ingot Cast at Darlington, Large, (511)
  • Scale on Annealed Steel Forgine, (641)
  • Scrap Iron for Japan, South African, (159)
  • Selenium Stainless Steel. Commercial Use of, (597)
  • Sheets of Steel 0.003 mm. Thick, Sandvik, (589)
  • Silicon Steel for Framework of Now York Building, (589)
  • Skinningrovo Steel and Ironworks, Reopened on Change-over to " Grid " System, (233)
  • Smelter Smoke and Effect on Vegetation. (407)
  • Soda Ash in Ironfoundries. N. L. Evans, (615)
  • Soda Ash to Improve Cast Iron. N. L. Evans, (589)
  • Stainless Steel for Marine Engineering, Tests on, (355)
  • Steel, Basic Bessemer. 591
  • Steel, Effects of Aluminium and Silicon on, (11)
  • Steel and Empire Trade, E. T. Good 56
  • Steel Castings. Addition of Molybdenum to, (159)
  • Steel Castings. Collected Papers on, (209)
  • Steel Girders of Great Size Used in Post Office at Pittsburg. (135)
  • steel in Penstocks of Hoover Dam. Hydroelectric Power Project, (257)
  • Steel Production in South Africa, (233)
  • Steel Products for Mines, Frodingham Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., 18
  • Steel Quality, Modern Conception of, H. W. Graham, 192
  • Steel Railway Sleepers on Delaware and Hudson Railroad, Cheap. (589)
  • Steel Sheet Piling, Condition after Nineteen Years' Exposure of, (11)
  • Steel Sheets, Protected, Lysaght Protected Steel Company, Ltd.,263
  • Steel to he Used for Golden Gate Bridge, Estimated Quantity Required, (563)
  • Steel Work of Roclueller Building, (381)
  • Steel Works at Pretoria. Progress on Construction at, (159)
  • Tensioning of Strip Steel, (641)
  • Testing of Hardened Steel, (63)
  • IRRIGATION in India, Triennial Review of, (257)
  • Irrigation of Early India, (159)
  • Irrigation on Euphrates. (641) 1'

K

  • KEMPE'S Engineer's Year Book, 280
  • Key, Method for Removing Stubborn, (563)

L

  • LABORATORY. Portable X-ray, V. E. Pullin, 590, 594
  • Laboratories at Ottawa Opened, National Research. (233)
  • Laboratories of British Cast Iron Research Association, 46
  • Laboratories of La Societe Hydroteohnique do Franco. M. P. Leroux, 298, 322
  • Laminated Paper Boards of " Panilax," (407)
  • Land Drainage, Irish, Laurence Kettle. 647
  • Land Tillage by Electrical Power, (641)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 26. 124, 145, 219, 207, 317, 368, 417, 599, 677
  • Load Oro Production in Great Britain, (331)
  • Lead Ore Vein Discovered in Flintshire, (615)

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • Aircraft in the Navy, 565
  • American Works in Groat Britain, 65
  • Articulated Locomotives, 643
  • Basic Bessemer Steel, 591
  • Boiler Explosion, Serious. 259
  • Boilers and Heat Pumps, 669
  • British and Foreign Warships, 433
  • British Engineers Association, 513
  • Build the Cunardera, 357
  • Canadian Railways, 333
  • Composition of Mathematical Writings, 113
  • Compulsion and Progress, 235
  • Condensate and Feed Pumps, 565
  • Culture and Technology, 643
  • Disentanglement, 357
  • Economy, Transport and, 539
  • Electric Heating. 617
  • Electrical Accidents, 65
  • Electrical Industry, 409
  • European Engineers' Federation, 513
  • Foreign Trade Organisation, 617
  • Honour, Where it is Due, 185
  • Hours of Labour. 211
  • Impressions and Statistics, 89
  • Labour and Railway Pools, 185
  • Limitations of Armaments, 161
  • Locomotives. Articulated, 643
  • Man-in-the-Street and the Railways, 539
  • Maros' Nests and Thermo-dynamics. 137
  • Mechanical Engineers' Canadian Visit, 307
  • Modern Physics and the Engineer, 485
  • Moro Majorum. 459
  • Navy, Aircraft in the, 505*
  • Ottawa, 212, 409
  • Ottawa Agreements, 409
  • Over One Hundred per Cent. Efficiency, 211
  • —see Letters to the Editor
  • Paris Motor Car Show, 383
  • Power Factor and Electricity Charges, 181
  • Production and Distribution, 137
  • Professional Engineers, Unemployment of, .59 I
  • Progress and Exaggeration. 433
  • Pumps, Condensate and Feed, 565
  • Pumps, Boilers and Heat. 669
  • Rail and Road Transport, 13
  • Railway Traction, 283
  • Railways, Man-in-the-Street and the, 539
  • Real Problem in Industrial Rationalisation, 283
  • Road and Rail, 383
  • Road and Rail Transport, 186
  • Science and Invention, 307
  • Selling Railway Transportation, 89
  • Steam Engine Trials—Ancient and Modern. 113
  • Steel. Basic Bessemer, 591
  • Surfaces and Films, 333
  • Tapping " Grid " Lines, 13
  • Technology. Culture and, 643
  • The Factor of Safety, 39
  • Tho State and the Navy, 39 33 kV Generators, 459
  • Trade with New Zealand, 485
  • Transport and Economy, 539
  • Two Addresses at British Association, 259
  • Unemployment of Professional Engineer, 591; (Letter, P. C. Ruthven, 637)
  • Unfair Competition, 235
  • Yesterday and To-day, 669
  • LENSES, Mechanical Engineering Applied 1.
  • Making of, William Taylor, 450; (Leath.' . 459)
  • Letter Sorting Office at Mount Pleasant G.P.O.,
  • Largest in the World. (589)
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.
  • Weekly.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Accelerated Train Services, F. N. B., 166
  • Arkwright, Richard, Inventor of Mass Production, Alan Chorlton, 611
  • Boilers in Bow Power Station, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 637
  • Built-up Crank Shafts, Alan Chorlton, 83
  • Centenary of Leicester and Swannington Railway, P. C. Dewhurst, 41; " The Writer of the Article," 166: C. F. Dandy
  • Marshall, 406; Oil Painting by Forneley, C. P. Dendy Marshall, 213, 406
  • Centrifugal Pumps, F. 0. L. Chorlton, 610
  • Cheap Gas, S. P. C., 335, 359
  • Colloidal Fuel, Joseph Wright, 82; John L. Strovens, 83, 110
  • De-aerated Concrete, Modern Concrete Developments Company. Ltd., 359
  • Dowser's Art, " Sapper," 83
  • Early London River Steamers, Horseley
  • Bridge and Engineering Company, Ltd., 280
  • Economics of Urban Electric Railways, G. Lomonossoff, 213
  • Export Trade and Group Selling, Hugo Hirst. 61
  • First Large Electric Lighting Plant, D. W. Walton, 637
  • From Steam to Sail, " Historicus," 61
  • Hours of Work, B. Wood, 238, 256
  • Internal Combustion Pumps, H. A. Humphrey. 510; S. P. Christie, 562
  • Jubilee of the Opening of Law Courts, Col. R. E. Crompton, 611
  • Modern Conception of Steel Quality, A. C. Vivian, 237
  • National 1 ransport, G. C. C. Henderson, 6 1 , 427; E. T. Good. 83
  • Noise and its Effect on Industry, E. E. G. Bradbury, 237
  • Oil Painting by amity, C. F. Dandy Marshall, 213, 406

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :

  • Over 100 Per Cent. Efficiency, A. H. Waring, 237, 280. 335, 380, 456; M.I. Mech. E., 256, 304, 359; Brown, Bovori and Co., Ltd., 280; R. H. Dibb, 304; R. W. Corbitt, 359,406; A. H. Hinton. 379, 541; W. T. Bottornley, 406; F. L. Smith, 456
  • Patents and Designs Act, New, H. Thompson, 427
  • Pity also the Inventor, " Happy Jack," 456
  • Quality and Price. British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers' Association, Buenos Aires, 82
  • Railway Traction, William P. Durtnall, 380
  • Reinforced Concrete Railway Underbridges P. C. Ruthvon, 427
  • Road and Rail, 0. D. North, 14; E. Pease, 15; J. G. W. Warren, 41, 110; E. C. Bowden Smith, 41
  • Sacrilege, William P. Durtnall, 15; S. P. Christie, 40
  • Salvage of Ships, E. F. Fox, 510
  • Short Bolt Drives. Geo. T. Pardoe, 61
  • Sixty Years Ago and Now. C. W. V.. 213
  • Stabilisation of Colloidal Coal in Oil Fuel, Harry Shaw. 482
  • Static Balancing, W. Hamilton Martin, 166
  • Steel Trade Protection and Organisation, E T. Good, 455
  • Temperature and Resistance of Fluids, John H. Lamble, 15; G. S. Baker, 110
  • The Estimation of Gas Turbine Nozzle Throat Area, Corrections, Geo. C. McDonald, 15
  • Theory of Lubrication, J. E. Southcombe, 41
  • Trevithick Centenary, 1833-1933, Charles R. King, 405, 426; F. NV. Brewer, 456
  • Unemployment and Professional Classes, P. C. Ruthvon, 637
  • World Federation of Engineers, Emil Zimmler, 593
  • Lifeboat Engine. 35 B.H.P. High-speed Submersible, Weyburn Engineering Company, Ltd., 156
  • Lifeboat " Lloyds " Launched at Cowes, (111)
  • Lifeboats for Weimer and Dungeness, (305)
  • Light Reflectors, Surface of, (641)
  • Lighthouse for Shipping and Aircraft Guidance near Island of Penedos do Sao Pedro, (183)
  • Lighting Sot, 3-4-kW, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 32
  • Lightning Arresters to Protect Power Transformers, (667)
  • Lincoln Cathedral, Repairs to, (209)
  • Link for Stokers, Quick Repair. Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.. 118
  • Lister. R. A., and Co., Ltd., The House of Lister, Smithfield Show Dinner, (627)

LITERATURE :
Reviews :

  • Atomic Physics. Recent Advances in, Gaetano Castelfranchi. Approved Translation by W. S. Stiles and J. W. T. Walsh.' Vol. I.," Atoms. Molecules. and Electrons "; Vol. II., " Quantum Theory," 670
  • Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, Reports Presented at First International Congressat Liege for, 186
  • Earth Dam Projects, Joel D. Justin, 162
  • Farm Tractors, A. A. Stone. 514
  • Flotation Plant Practice, Phillip Rathbone, 671
  • Heat Transmission, Calculation of, Margaret Fishenden and Owen A. Saunders. 236
  • Industrial Psychology in Practice, H. J. Welch and Dr. G. H. Miles, 514
  • Land Drainage, W. L. Powers and J. A. H. Teeter, 139
  • Mathematics, B. B. Low, 514
  • Mining, Modern Practice in, Vol. V., Colliery Machinery and its Application, Sir R. A. S. Redmayne, 213
  • Modern Materials Handling. S. J. Koshkin, 671
  • Newcomen Society for Study of History of Engineering and Technology, " Transactions," 1929-30, Vol. X., 261
  • Petroleum Technology. Scientific Principles of, Dr. Leo Gurwitsch and Harold Moore, 308
  • Photogrammetry. Edited by 0. von Gruber. Translated from German, G. T. McCaw and F. H. Cazelet, 90
  • Physics, Introduction to Theoretical, Max Planck. Translated by Dr. H. L. Brow, 566
  • Production Planning, Clifton Reynolds, 90
  • Problem of Incentives in Industry, G. H. Miles, 487
  • Psychology. Ten Years of Industrial, H. J. Welch and C. S. Myers, 645
  • Ripper's Steam Engine Theory and Practice, W. J. Goudie, 671
  • Roofs and Bridges. Text-book on, Part Graphic Statics, late Mansfield Merriman and Henry S. Jacoby. revised by E. E. Ebling, 139
  • Steam Power Plant Engineering. L. A. Harding, 671

Short Notices :

  • Alternating Current Bridge Met hods. Dr. B. Hague, 91
  • Ausgewahlte Schwoisskonstructionen. Vol. 3, Rohrleitungs and Behtiltobau, Dr.-Ing. Holler and Reg. Baumeister A.D. Fink, 567
  • Aviation and tho Aerodrome, H. A. Lewis Dale, 359
  • Bituminous Coal, Proceedings of Third International Conference on, 1931, 213
  • Building Encyclopaedia, Concise, Compiled by T. Corkill, 284
  • Building Mechanics. Applied, Arthur D. Turner, 593
  • Civil Engineering Specifications and Quantities, U. S. Coleman, 461
  • Dielectric Phenomena, S. Whitehead. 90
  • Electrical Ago. V. H. L. Searle, 514
  • Engineering Practice, (344)
  • Fuels, Technical Data on, H. M. Spiers, 411
  • Induction Coil Theory and Applications, E. T. Jones, 514
  • Induction Motor Practice, R. A. Hopkins, 567
  • Microscopy, Industrial, Walter Garner, 567
  • Physics, Fundamental Laws and Principles, with Problems and Worked Solutions, E.
  • Booth and Phyllis M. Nicol, 360

LITERATURE (continued) :
Short Notices (continued) :

  • Pulverised Fuel Firing, S. H. North, 284
  • Radio Sets, Testing, J. H. Reyner, 411
  • Railway and Seaport Freight Movement, G. Bulkeley, 567
  • Reinforced Concrete Designers' Handbook, C. E. Reynolds, 308
  • Ships of the Merchant Navy, (172)
  • Strength of Materials, J. Case, 461
  • Tanker Tables, A Handbook on Petroleum Metrology, B. Tunnard, 461
  • Thermionic Emission, Dr. W. S. Stiles, 284
  • Wire Splicing, R. Scot Skirving, 411
  • Wiring Systems, L. M. Waterhouse, 90

Books of Reference :

  • Kelly's Directory of the Engineering, Hardware, Metal, and Motor Trades, 1932, 575
  • Kelly's Directory of the Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1932, 66
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1932, W. E. Skinner, 66
  • Railway Year Book, 1932, 330
  • Railway Officials, Directory of, 1932, 330
  • Roadway Goods Transport Guide for Great Britain, 1932-33, 330
  • Rubber Information, Edited by H. B. Cronsbaw, B.A., &c., 66
  • South African Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1932; Rhodesian Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1932, 66

Books Received :

  • Accident Prevention, Memorandum on, 284
  • Acoustical Engineering, W. West, 91
  • Anatomy of Modern Science, B. Boviuk. Translated by H. Stafford Hatfield, 434
  • Architectural Acoustics, V. 0. Knudsen, 308
  • Architectural Design, Modern, H. Robertson, 15
  • Architectural Graphic Standards, C. G. Ramsay and H. R. Sleeper, 91
  • A.S.T.hl. Tentative Standards, 1932, 671
  • Atomic Physics, Recent Advances in. Vol. I.,
  • Atoms, Molecules and Electrons; Vol. II., Quantum Theory, Gaetano Castelfranchi. Translated by W. A. Stiles and J. W. T. Walsh, 186
  • Berechnung gegliederter Kr. tickstabe, Dir. Dr. -Ing. D. Ruhl, 593
  • Birmingham Bureau of Research on Russian Economic Conditions. Memorandum No. 6, Wages of Industrial Workers in the U.S.S.R., 186
  • Bridges of Mid and Eastern England, Ancient, E. Jervois, 541
  • British Engineers' Association Classified Handbook of Members and their Manufactures, 1932, 186
  • Business Budgets and Budgetary Control, A. W. Willsmore, 593
  • Building Encyclopedia, Concise, Compiled by T. Corkhill, 162
  • Building Mechanics, Applied, A. D. Turner, 41
  • Building Science, F. L. Barrow, 360
  • By-product Coking Industry, International Handbook, Prof. Dr. W. Gluud, English Edition, C. M. Myers, 487
  • Cable Jointing, Practical, 186
  • Calendar and its Reform, F. A. Black, 139
  • Canada National Ports Survey, 1931-321 Dominion of, Report by Sir Alexander Gibb, 261
  • Civil Engineer, Training of, C. L. Howard Humphreys and G. Howard, Humphreys, 541
  • Civil Engineering Specifications and Quantities, G. S. Coleman and G. M. Flood, 284
  • Colliery Machinery and its Applications, Sir R. A. S. Redmayne, 139
  • Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vol. XII., J. W. Mellor, 541
  • Compression Ignition Engines for Road Vehicles, 411
  • Cylinder Bore Wear, 162
  • Der Stahlhockbau, C. Kerston, 308
  • Dieselmotoren in der Elektrizitatswirtschaft, M. Gercke, 186
  • Earth Dam Projects, J. D. Justin, 91
  • Education for Trades and Industries, C. T. Mills, 434
  • Eigenspannungen in g, roben Schmiedestacken, Dr.-Ing. G. Kirchberg, 645
  • Electrical Age, V. H. L. Searle, 308
  • Electrical Insulating Materials, Methods of Test Relating to, 1932, 434
  • Electricity and Magnetism, Theory of, Max Planck, Translated by H. L. Brose, 360
  • Electro - magnetism, Principles of, E. B. Moullin, 541
  • Exponential and Hyperbolic Functions and their Applications, A. H. Bell, 284
  • Explosives : Their History, Manufacture, Properties, and Tests, Vol. III., A. Marshall, 162
  • Flotation Plant Practice, P. Rabone, 541
  • Fuel, Technical Data on, Edited by H. M. Spiers, 186
  • Furnaces and Heating Systems, Investigation of Warm Air, Part V., A. C. Willard, A. P. Kratz and S. Konzo, 645
  • Gas Calorimetry, Major C. G. Hyde and F. E. Mills, 593
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, Vol. 35, 1932, 645
  • Good Investing, K. A. Coles, 671
  • Graphical Geometry, E. N. Digweed, 186
  • Graphs of Standard Mathematical Functions, It. V. Lowry, 434
  • Greater Britain, The, Sir Oswald Mosley, 360
  • Heat and Heat Engines, Wilkin's Elementary, Revised by E. Uritlin, 593
  • Heat, Theory of, Max Planck, Translated by H. L. Brose, 360
  • Heat Treatment and Annealing of Aluminium and its Alloys, N. F. Budgen, 139
  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications : Adhesive Research Committee, Third and Final Report of, 335
  • Aero-engines, Jupiter VIII. F., VIII. F.P., XI. F., and XL F.P., 434
  • Aeroplane, III. F. (G.P.), " Lion XI. A." Entme, 335
  • British Rainfall, 1931, 236

LITERATURE (continued) :
Books Received (continued) :

  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications (continued) :
  • Gas Starter Systems for Aero-engines, 186
  • Heat Transmission, Calculation of, Margaret Fishenden and 0. A. Sanders, 162
  • Military Motor Cycles, 1932, Manual of, 284
  • National Physical Laboratory, Collected Researches, Vol. 23, 1932, 645
  • Pumping Machinery, Part I., Historical Notes on the Collection in the Science Museum, G. F. Westcott, 645
  • Safety in Mines Research Board, 1931, Tenth Annual Report, 41
  • "Sidestrand Aeroplane, 139
  • Viscosity of Cellulose Solutions, 541
  • Hotel Guide, Handy, 1932-33, 15
  • How to Estimate : Being the Analysis of Builders' Prices, J. T. Rea, 41
  • Hoyer-Kreuter Technical Dictionary, Vol. ii.,
  • English-German-French, Edited by Alfred Schlomann, 41
  • Induction Coil Theory and Applications, E. Taylor Jones, 261
  • Induction Motor Practice, R. E. Hopkins, 360
  • Industrial Psychology, Ten Years of, H. J. Welch and C. S. Myers, 335
  • Industrial Microscopy, W. Garner, 360
  • Industrial Psychology in Practice, H. J. Welch and G. H. Miles, 360
  • Internal Combustion Engines, Testing of
  • High-speed, A. W. Judge, 261
  • Jahrbuch 1932 der Deutschen Versuchsanstalt far Luftfahrt, E.V., Berlin-Adlershof, Edited by Dr.-Ing. Wilh. Hoff, 541
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1932, Edited by Oscar Parkes, 671
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers of the World, 1932, 15
  • King's College, London, Calendar, 1932-33, 541
  • L'Egypte et ses Chemins de Fer, L. Wiener, 593
  • La Mort du Rail: La Reneussance Economique par l'Automobile, M. de Coninck, 434
  • Lewis's Railway Signal Engineering (Mechanical), J. H. Fraser, 646
  • Light, Theory of, Max Planck, Translated by H. L. Brose, 360
  • L.M.S. Railway, Modem Developments on, 139
  • Luftspeicher-Dieselmaschine, Die, Dr.-Ing. Berthold Klaften, 645
  • Materials, Strength of, J. Case, 261
  • Materials Handling, Modem, S. J. Koshkin, 308
  • Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, Professor Max Planck, Translated by Professor Henry L. Bross, 541
  • Metallurgy for Engineers, Elementary, G. F. C. Gordon, 434
  • Mineral Resources of United States, 1929.Part I., Metals; Part II., Non-Metals, 261
  • Motor Body Building, Private and Commercial, H. J. Butler, 41
  • Muscular Work : Fatigue and Recovery, G. P. Crowdon, 41
  • Noise and Vibration Engineering, S. E. Slocum, 541
  • Ohm's Law and Temperature-resistance Charts, H. 0. Cooper, 434
  • Ordnance Survey : Relevelling London, Abstracts of Secondary Series, 1932, 284
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding Encyclopaedia, Vol. I., Pipe Construction; Vol. IL, Construction of Apparatus and Containers, 162
  • Paraffin and Congealing Oil Problems, C. a Reistle and 0. C. Blade, 41
  • Patents, Trade Marks and Designs : Their Commercial Aspect and Development, C. W. Thomas, 487
  • Physical Principles of Mechanics and Acoustics, R. W. Pohl. Translated by Winifred M. Deans, 360
  • Physics : Fundamental Laws and Principles with Problems and Worked Solutions, Edgar Booth and Phyllis M. Nicol, 186
  • Power Economy in the Factory, J. E. Todman, 671
  • "Practical Engineer " Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1933, Edited by Conrad Arnold, 645
  • "Practical Engineer " Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary, 1933, Edited by E. G. Black, 645
  • Problem of Incentives in Industry, G. H. Miles, 139
  • Protective Films on Metals, E. S. Hedges, 91
  • Radio-communication, Modern, J. H. Reyner, 284
  • Radio Sets, Testing, J. H. Reyner, 139
  • Railway and Seaport Freight Movement, G. Bulkoley, 139
  • Railway Officials, Universal Directory, 1932, 15
  • Railway Year Book, 1932, 139
  • Reinforced Concrete, Construction in, 0. E. Manning, 15
  • Reinforced Concrete Designer's Handbook, C. E. Reynolds, 261
  • Roadway woods Transport Guide for Great. Britain, 1932-3, 261
  • Rubber, Symposium on, 186
  • Safe Sea, Sir Westcott Abel, 541
  • Sewerage and Sewage Treatment, 308
  • Statesman's Year Book, 1932, 16
  • Steam Engine Theory and Practice, Ripper's W. J. Uoudie, 284
  • Steam Power Engineering, Elements of J. B. 0. Sneeden, 41
  • Steam Power Plant Engineering, L. A. Harding, 434
  • Steel Buildings, Design of, H. 0. Haul, 487
  • Strength 01 Materials, J. F. Knottcamp and A. C. Hooper, 487
  • Structures, Examples in Theory of, J. W. Landon, 645
  • Surveying, W. N. Thomas, 236
  • Tanker Tables, Tunnard's, B. Tunnard, 284
  • Tariffs : The Case Examined, by a Committee of Economists, 41
  • Telephone Transmission Theory, Outline Notes on, W. T. Palmer, 236

LITERATURE (continued):
Books Received (continued) :

  • Telephony, V61. I., Manual Switching Systems and Line Plant, T. E. Herbert and W. S. Proctor, 411
  • Testing Materials, American Society, Index to " Proceedings," Vols. 26-30 (1926-1930), 15
  • Tin Solders, A Modern Study of Properties of Tin Solders and Soldered Joints, S. J. Nightingale, 41
  • Train Resistance Charts, Robeiro's, Robeiro, 284
  • Truss, The Wickert, D. B. Steinman, 514
  • Two-cycle Engine, C. F. Caunter, 411
  • University College, London, Calendar, 1932-33, 541
  • Vibration Prevention in Engineering, A. L. Kimball, 514
  • Welding and Cutting on Railways and Tramways, 139
  • Wireless Communication, Short Wave, A. W. Ladner and C. R. Stoner, 541
  • Wireless and Shipping : A Record of Progress, 360
  • Wirtschuftlicher Konstruieron - billigergiessen I Ob.-Ing. R. Lehmann, 186
  • Workmen's Compensation Acts, W. Addington Willis, 162
  • Zuschlagermittlung in der Massenfabrikation far freie and gebundene Handarbeit. Dr.-Ing. R. Engel, 645
  • Liverpool Gas Company to Acquire Hington and Roby Undertaking, (305)
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 430
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 61
  • Lochaber Power Scheme, 397
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Dalmarnock Closed Down, (281)
  • Lubricant, Qualities of, (257)
  • Lubricating Oils, Regeneration of Used, (11)
  • Lubricants and Additions of Sulphur and Lead Soaps, (11)
  • Lubricants for Cold Drawing, (452)
  • Lubricants for Hydraulic Turbines, (11)
  • Lubrication of Winding Pipes, (641)
  • Lubricator, " Brantford " Mechanical, Tecalomit, Ltd., 57
  • Luminous Discharge Tube Lighting, General Electric Company, Ltd., 519

M
MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Boring and Facing Machine, Horizontal Duplex, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 288
  • Boring Mill for Machining Bosses of Large Propellers, George Richards and Co., Ltd., 34, 35
  • Cylinder Boring Machine, Largest, 304
  • Drilling and Keyway Cutting Machine, Vertical Slot, G. Richards and Co., Ltd., 518
  • Drilling Machine, Four-spindle, Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 545
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple-spindle, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 19
  • Drilling Machine, Multiple-spindle. Noble and Lund, Ltd., 262, 263
  • Forging Machine, Precision, J. Bigwood and Son, Ltd., 569
  • Grinder for Bakelite-bonded Wheels, Rowland, B. R., and Co., Ltd., 312, 313
  • Grinding Machine, Automatic Surface, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 20
  • Lathe, Double 50in. Centre, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 253, 258
  • Lathe for Grinding Cylindrical Work, 1861, Ambrose Webster's, 326
  • Lathe, 14in. Centres Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 572
  • Lathe, 20in. Centres Surfacing and Boring.Noble and Lund, Ltd., 572
  • Lathe, 72in. Centres High-speed Roughing, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 544, 545
  • Lathes, Two Capstan, H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd., 117
  • Machine Tools, Modern Hydraulic Operation, H. C. Town, 533, 540, 568
  • Mortiser, Combined Chain and Chisel, Wadkin and Co., 330
  • Plane-milling Machine, Kendall and Gent (1920), Ltd., 382, 386

Precision Grinding Machines : 302, 326, 348, 370, 402, 448, 449, 474, 475, 502, 529, 560, 561, 584, 585, 612, 634, 662

  • GENERAL MATTERS :
  • Abrasive Wheels for Grinding Machines, 303
  • Abrasives for Grinding Machines, 302
  • Accuracy in Grinding Machines, 327
  • Automatic Work Mounting Turret ,,E Arter Grinder, Burton, Griffiths alt.'Co., Ltd., 349, 350
  • Cam Shaft Grinding, 612
  • Making of Master Cams, 613
  • Cambering Mechanism for Grinding Machines, 328
  • Centreless Grinding, 424, 448, 449, 474, 475
  • Concentric Grinding, 425, 426, 450
  • Conclusion, 665
  • Crank Shaft Grinding, 612
  • External Cylindrical Grinding, 326
  • Gear Grinding, 634, 662 ,
  • Grinding Coolant, 450
  • Hones and Honing Machines, 584, 585
  • Internal Cylindrical Grinding, 370
  • Piston-rod Grinding Machines, 348
  • Planetary Grinders, 402
  • Semi-automatic Grinders, 348
  • Spline Shaft Grinding, 613
  • Steadies in Grinding Machines, 328
  • Surface Grinding, 502, 529
  • Thread Grinding, 663
  • Universal Grinders, 560, 561
  • Wheelhead of Churchill Grinder, 327, 328
  • Width of Wheels in Grinding Machines, 328
  • Workhead of Plain Grinding Machine, 328

MACHINE TOOLS (continued) :
Precision Grinding Machines (continued) :

  • MACHINES :
  • Axle Journal Turning and Grinding Machine, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 349. 350
  • Cam Shaft Grinding Machine, Landis, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 612
  • Centreless Grinding Machine, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 448, 449
  • Centreless Grinding Machine, Lidkopings, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., 474, 475
  • Centreless Grinding Machines, B.A.S. Tools, Ltd., 425
  • Crank Shaft Grinder, Landis Multiple Wheel, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 612
  • Crank Shaft Grinder, Norton Single-wheel, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 612
  • External Grinder, General Purpose, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 326, 327, 328
  • External Grinding Machine, J. Holroyd and Co., Ltd., 326, 332
  • Gear Grinding Machine, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 634, 635
  • Gear Grinding Machine, Maag Helical, Maag Gear Wheel Company, Ltd., 662;
  • Indexing Mechanism for Gear Grinding Machine, Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., 635, 636
  • Honing Machine, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 584, 585
  • Hydraulic External Grinder, John Lund, Ltd., 370
  • Internal Grinding Machine, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 371, 372
  • Internal Grinding Machine, John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., 370, 371
  • Internal Grinding Machine, K. Jung, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 372
  • Lapping Machine, Small, Norton Company, 586
  • Lapping Machines, B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., 585
  • Machine for Grinding Cylindrical Work Externally, Ambrose Webster, 1861. 326
  • Multiple Spindle Honing Machine, Barnes' Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.. 584, 585
  • Piston-rod Grinding Machine, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 348
  • Single-spindle Honing Machine, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 584, 585
  • Duplex Planetary Internal Grinder, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 402, 403
  • Plano-type Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 503, 504
  • Roll Grinding Machine, Naxos Union, 326, 327
  • Rotary Table Grinder, Lumsden Machine Company, Ltd., 503
  • Semi-automatic Grinder, Norton, Alfred, Herbert, Ltd., 349
  • Semi-automatic Internal Grinder, Landis, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 402
  • Spline Shaft Grinding Machine, Churchill
  • Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 614
  • Spline Shaft Grinder, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 613
  • Spline Shaft Grinder, Werner, E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd., 613, 614
  • Automatic Surface Grinder, Blanchard Machine Company, 503, 504
  • Surface Grinder, Jung Small, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 529, 530
  • Surface Grinder, Lumsden Vertical Spindle, Lumsden Machine Company, Ltd., 502, 503
  • Surface Grinder, Norton, A. Herbert, Ltd., 530, 531
  • Surface Grinding Machine, Horizontal
  • Spindle, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 530, 531
  • Surface Grinder, Rotary Table, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 530, 532
  • Universal Surface Grinder, Lumsden Machine Company, Ltd., 502, 503
  • Thread Grinder, H. F. Atkins, Ltd., 664
  • Thread Grinding Machine, Herbert Lindner G.m.b.H., 663
  • Universal Grinder. Internal Grinding Spindle for, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 561, 562
  • Universal Grinding Machine, Kellenberger, A. Herbert, Ltd., 560, 562
  • Universal Grinding Machine, Small, Morton and Weaver, Ltd., 561, 562
  • Press, Hurnphris, Mass Products, Ltd., 16
  • Presses for Trimming Stampings, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 438
  • Saw, " Enox " Pocket. Fry's (London), Ltd., 287
  • Saw for Brass and Copper Ingots, Circular, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 481
  • Sawing Machine for Joists, Cold, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 481
  • Sawing Machine for Non-ferrous Ingots, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 481
  • Sawing Machines, Hot, S. Russell and Sons, Ltd., 93
  • Screwing Machine, Charles Winn and Co., Ltd., 215
  • Tool, Eclipse 4 S, James Neil and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., 313
  • Tool Tips Embodying Carbides of Titanium, (11)
  • Tools, Cutting Angles and Clearance of, (431
  • MACHINERY and Import Duties in Turkey. (331)
  • Machinery Production in America during 1931, Some, (641)
  • Magnesite Deposit Discovered in Austrian Tyrol, (589)
  • Magnesium Base Alloys, (209)
  • Magnetic Disturbances on Hudson Bay Shipping Route, Investigations into. (209)
  • Management Research Groups Library, (5419
  • Manganese Ore in Ecuador, (615)
  • Manufacturing Firms in Greater Vancouver,Increase of, (381)

MAPS :

  • Alsace Canal and Kembs Power Station, 206
  • General Lay-out of Hoover Dam and Associated Works, 582

MAPS (continued) :

  • Haifa Harbour Works, 16
  • Ironbridgo Power Station Site, 174
  • Laboratory at Saulcy of La Societe Hydro-technique de France, 296
  • Lay-out of Coal Shipping Staith at Howdon-on-Tyne. 650
  • Lay-out of Roundabout Working for Trains at Preston, 482
  • Map of Barking-Upminster Electrification,
  • Map of Colorado River and Imperial Valley, 580
  • Map of Hoover Dam and Boulder City District, 580
  • Map of Polar Regions of Soviet Arctic, (355)
  • Map Plant at Vancouver, (381)
  • Ocean Port for North China, Position of Proposed. 138
  • St. Lawrence Waterway Scheme, 163
  • Shyok Area Plans, 373
  • Situation of Bulolo Dredging Ground, New Guinea, 107
  • Surbiton Waterworks, Area Supplied by, 428
  • MATHEMATICS at Cambridge, Dr. P. A. M. Dirac Elected to Lucasian Professorship of, (111)
  • Measurement of Surface Temperatures, Neil P. Bailey, 303
  • Memorial Fund at Lahore for Colonel B. C. Battye, 671
  • Mercury, Price of, (135)
  • Mercury Power Plant at Kearny Station, (641)
  • Metal Refining in Canada, (615)
  • Metallic Packing, Plastic, R. C. Taylor and Co., 338
  • Metalliferous Mining and Quarrying Industry of Great Britain, Report of Advisory Committee on, (183)
  • Metallurgical Investigations of Carnegie Steel Company, (431)
  • Metallurgical Works in Leningrad, (11)
  • Metallurgical Works near Tula, Russia, (331)
  • Metals, Production in Russia of Heavy, (257)
  • Methane Gas for Heavy Motor Vehicles, 15
  • Milk-cooling Plant, Ethyl-chloride, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 30
  • Milk-cooling Plants. Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 58
  • Mineral Production in America, (641)
  • Mineralised Zone in Labrador Discovered, (4071
  • Mining and Technical College at Barnsley, (381)
  • Mining Operations on Bridge River, Canada, (159)
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Bulletin No. 27, Agricultural Machinery in Canada and United States of America, 4
  • Mother Diagram for Saturated and Superheated Steam, (443)
  • Mollison's Transatlantic Flight, Route of, (209)
  • Molybdenum Concentrates Deposits Found at Mammoth, Arizona, (407)
  • Monet Metal, Developments in Forging, (87)
  • Monel Metal, Flux Essential in Silver Soldering of, (37)
  • Monel Metal for Utilitarian Architectural Use, (254)
  • Moss Covering for Pipe Line in Manitoba, (589)

MOTOR VEHICLES : (See International Motor Exhibition at Olympia)

  • British Motor Cars in South Africa, (440)
  • Ford, V-8 Cars Sent from East Windsor to Dagenham, (165)
  • Lorry, 12-Ton Oil-engined, Fodens, Ltd., 57
  • Motor Car Brakes, Testing of, Tapley and Co., 165
  • Motor Car has Average Speed 92.2 miles per hour in Grand Prix, (37)
  • Motor Car Production in Russia, (233)
  • Motor Cars, Materials to Make American, (615)
  • Motor Fuel " Aral," (537)
  • Motor Tire Valves, Swiss Firm to Manufacture in Birmingham, (110)
  • Motor Vehicles, Methane Gas for Heavy, 15
  • Motor Vehicles, Town's Gas for, (331), 647
  • Veteran Motor Cars, 527
  • MOWER, Patented Enclosed Gear, Harrison, McGregor and Co., Ltd., 32

N

  • NATIONALISATION of Metals in Mexico, (483)
  • Natural Gas, Removal of Hydrogen Sulphide from, (381)
  • Natural Gas for Power Plant near Bradford, New York, (209)
  • Natural Gas near Alberta, (37)
  • Natural Gas Well in Alberta, Another, (431)
  • Natural Gas Well in Canada, (159)
  • Natural Lighting for Nottingham Warehouse, (135)
  • Newcomen's Engine of 1712, Site of, Dr. T. E. Lones, 401
  • Nickel in Nitriding Steels, Use of, (511)
  • Nickel Works at Clydach to Restart, (377)
  • Nitrogen Fertiliser Factory in Pet, Operating, (305)
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant at Nagoya. Japan. (589)
  • Noise, Vibration, and Dust in Industrial Processes, ( 1 1 1)
  • Noise and Workers, (11 1)

O
OBITUARY :

  • Brown, Frederick Baylis, (209)
  • Buck-Keene, Harry Arthur (Portrait), 411
  • Burgess, Dr. G. K., 114
  • Chisholm, R. R. G., 566
  • Clerk, Sir Du3ald (Portrait), 515
  • Coulson, Witham Arthur, 211
  • Dumont, M. Santos, 101
  • Gilchrist, Archibald, 670
  • Girouard, Sir Percy, 321
  • Gower, W. E., 310
  • Henderson, Admiral Sir R. F., 53
  • Herriott, W. S., 516
  • Hudson, John George, 14
  • Johnsen, Commodore Nicolaus, 605
  • Lobnitz, Sir Frederick, 614

OBITUARY (continued) :

  • Matheson, E. G., (661)
  • Parshall, Horace Field, 637
  • Patchell, William Henry (Portrait). 566; (Letter, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 637)
  • Phillips, W. D., (183)
  • Popkiss, Richard, (615)
  • Smith, Michael Holroyd, 59
  • Stephen, Frederic John, 637
  • Threlfal, Sir Richard, 53
  • Ullmann, W. C., 637
  • Willcocks, Sir William (Portrait), 138
  • Williamson, Sir James, 138
  • Wilson, Harry James, 173
  • Wisnom, Engineer-Commander William M'K. 614
  • Wood, John Thomas, 637
  • OBSERVATORY at Richmond Hill, Toronto, Ont, (257)
  • Office Cooling. in America, (11)
  • Oil-electric Set, 25-kW, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 58
  • Oil Export Agreement with French Importers, Soviet, (281)
  • Oil Exports of Irak Petroleum Company, (305)
  • Oil Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 389
  • Oil Firing, Domestic, Laidlaw, Drew and Co., Ltd., 19
  • Oil from Canada, Russian Fuel, (563)
  • Oil from Wells at North Fort Norman to Provide Fuel for Local Use, (37)
  • Oil or Bitumen from McMurray Tar Sands, Cheaper Extraction of, (63)
  • Oil Pipe Line through Iraq, Syria, and Palestine, (355)
  • Oil Refinery at Montreal, (233)
  • Oil Refinery in Japan for Californian Oil, (11)
  • Oil Refinery in Montreal, Shell Oil Company of Canada and, (331)
  • Oil Refinery in Montreal East, (11)
  • Oil Refinery on Mackenzie River, (511)
  • Oil Refinery Process, Moscow Naphtha Research Institute, (111)
  • Oil Storages, Schemes in Canada, (431)
  • Oil Wells at Doyle, Canada, (667)

OMNIBUSES (AND TROLLEY OMNIBUSES) :

  • Electric Trolley Omnibus Tests at Antwerp, (63)
  • Omnibus Propelled by Starting and Lighting Battery, (233)
  • Omnibus Testing Machine, Heenan and Froude. Ltd., 673
  • Omnibuses, Manchester's Heavy Oil Engine (63)
  • Trackless Trolley Omnibuses for Llanelly, (233)
  • Trolley Omnibuses for Birmingham, (63)
  • Trolley Omnibuses and Wireless Interference, Anti-interference Choke Coils, English Electric Company, Ltd., 649
  • OPTICAL Glass, Pooling Ideas for Manufacture of, (511)
  • Ottawa Conference, Canada and, 14 Outlooks and Difficulties of Employers and Employed, (11)
  • Overhead Trolley Wires, Reduction of Joints in, (281)

P

  • PACKING, Plastic Metallic, R. C. Taylor and Co., 338
  • Paint Burning from Steel Work, (183)
  • Paint Grinding Machines, Torrance and Sons, Ltd., 329
  • Paint Mill, Disc Grinding, Marchant Brothers , Ltd., 329
  • Palm Oil as Fuel for Oil Engines, ( 11 1)
  • Paper Industry in U.S.S.R., (457)
  • Papermaking Factory at Stoke-on-Trent, Proposed, (589)
  • Papermaking Machines for Ellesmere Port, (667)
  • Parable, A., D. B. Steinman, 91
  • Patent Act, Bertram T. King, 380

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH

  • Aeronautics, 76, 123, 656, 679
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 655
  • Building, 294, 552
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 197, 419
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 123, 395
  • Dynamos and Motors, 51, 75, 123, 147, 171, 197, 221, 245, 269, 293, 343, 367, 395, 419, 445, 497, 551, 577, 603, 629, 655, 679
  • Electrical Appliances, 319
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 51, 99, 123, 147, 197, 245, 269, 293, 319, 343, 367, 445, 471, 577, 603, 655, 679
  • Furnaces, 25, 148, 367, 445, 603, 656
  • Gas Producers, 99, 124
  • Lighting and Heating, 245, 319, 471
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 25, 76, 100, 171, 222, 270, 395, 419, 693, 656
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 51, 99, 147, 172, 319, 577, 630
  • Metallurgy, 25, 320, 445, 630
  • Mining Machinery, 51, 246
  • Miscellaneous, 26, 52, 76, 100, 124, 148, 172, 198, 222. 246, 270, 294, 320, 367, 395, 420, 446, 471, 497, 525. 552, 578, 604, 630, 656, 679
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 525, 578
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 52, 100, 198, 630
  • Ships and Boats, 222, 578
  • Steam Generators, 123, 221, 293, 497, 525, 551, 655
  • Switchgear, 25, 51, 75, 99, 123, 269, 319, 367, 395, 419, 445, 497, 525, 577, 603, 655, 679
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 51
  • Tramways and Railways, 222, 445, 604, 679
  • Transformers and Converters, 99, 293, 395, 497, 551
  • Transmission of Power, 76, 99, 148, 171, 197, 221, 270, 344, 419, 525, 577, 629
  • Turbine Machinery, 75, 221, 245, 293, 319, 343, 471, 497, 525, 551, 577, 629
  • Welding, 222
  • PATENTS, The Lighter Side of, (589)
  • Pencil Wood, Manufacture of Good, (431)
  • Pendulum Observations of Mountains of British Columbia, (209), (305)
  • Penstocks for Hoover Dam Hydro-electric Plant, Babcock and Wilcox, (111)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 23, 47, 73, 97, 124, 172. 219, 243, 267, 291. 317, 344, 368, 393, 420, 443, 469, 495, 523, 549, 575, 601, 027, 653, 677
  • Petrol-electric Set, 2 13.11.P., Petters Ltd., 57, 58
  • Petroleum Deposits Discovered in Lower Austria, (589)
  • Phosphate Deposits in Palestine, (159)
  • Photo-electric Control Equipments in Tube Mills, General Electric Company, Ltd., 166
  • Photographic Film, Manufacture of, Dr. H. Baines, 666
  • Photographing 331 Miles, (233)
  • Piles, Drill-driven, (183)
  • Piles and Protection from Sea Worms, (511)
  • Pin Riveting, Daniel Adamson and Co., Ltd., 142
  • Pipe Lino from Bolivia to Chilean Coast, (159)
  • Pipe Line, Irak, (381)
  • Pipe Wrench, Olbo, Union Glue and Gelatine Company, Ltd., (294)
  • Pipes and Steam Receivers at Battersea Power
  • Station, Steam, Aiton and Co., Ltd., 558
  • Piston Ring Factory in Windsor, Ontario, Ohio Finn's. (257)
  • Pitch for Binding Coal Briquettes in France, Canadian, (537)
  • Pitman's Engineering Educator, (393)
  • Pitot-static Tube Calibration at Low Air Speeds, Standard, E. Ower and F. C. Johansen, 500
  • Platinum Group Production in Canada, (111), (135)
  • Plumbers' Museum to be Opened at Newcastle, (209)
  • Pole Design, Reinforced Concrete, W. T. Taylor, 422
  • Poppet Valve Gears for Locomotives, (219)
  • Port for North China, Proposed Ocean, 138
  • Portland Cement Factory near Singapore, Proposed, (11)
  • Power Reservoirs in United States, (381)
  • Power Scheme, Lochabar, 397 (457)
  • Power Station, Dnieper, 369
  • Power Station, Kembs, 206; (Note, 417)
  • Power Station Chimneys, Emission of Dust from, 618
  • Power Stations at Colenso and CongaIla to be Interconnected, (407)
  • Power Station at Kembs, 369
  • Power Stations in Valdai Districts, (381)
  • Port at Campania on Parana River, (331)
  • Potash Concentration Factory at Solikamsk, (381)
  • Production. Census of, 1930, 95
  • Propeller Bosses, Boring Mill for Machining, George Richards and Co., Ltd., 34, 35
  • Prospecting with the Torsion Balance, (233)
  • Prosperity to Scotland, London Committee for Work of Restoring, (667)
  • Pulley Blocks, Electric, T.B.T. Electric Company, Ltd., 337
  • Pulp and Paper Mill at Fez, (305)

PUMPS

  • Centrifugal Pump Characteristics, T. Sherwell and R. Pennington, 556
  • Pump, Electrically Driven " Centrivac," Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 58
  • Pump for Mine Drainage, Deep-well, Sulzer Brothers, 216
  • Pump, High-speed, Leeds Engineering and Hydraulic Company, Ltd., 117
  • Pump, 54in. " Invincible " Centrifugal Vertical-spindle, Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., 31
  • Pumping Plant at Godalming, (183)
  • Pumping Plant for Hydraulic Power Station at Leith, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 616, 620
  • Pumps at Surbiton. Waterworks, Worthington-Simpson, 452
  • "PUNCH " Almanack, 1933, (523)

Q

  • QUARTER'S Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 380

R

  • RADIATION Temperature Produced by Various Heating Agents, Measurement of, (355)
  • Radium, Amount in this Country of, (511)
  • Radium, Price of, (331)
  • Radium Discovery in Kenya, (589)
  • Radium Production in Canada, (511)
  • Radium Production in South Australia, (355)

RAILWAYS :
Accidents :

  • Accident at Charing Cross Station, Glasgow, Recalled, (233)
  • Accident at Vauxhall Station Recalled, (233)
  • Accident on Great Orme Tramway, (233)
  • Accident to Platelayers' Trolley, Report. (281)
  • Accident to Porter in Tunnel, Fatal, (483)
  • Accidents in America during 1931, (511)
  • Accidents of 1906 and 1907, (407)
  • Accidents to Passengers, Fatal, (483)
  • Accident to Railway Servant on Electrically Operated Turntable, (457)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Fatal, (537)
  • Company Sues Firm of Contractors for Refund in Compensation Case, (11); Result of Appeal, (483)
  • Derailment of 1E111 to Sheffield Express. (431)
  • Ditton Accident Recalled, (305)
  • Fatal Accident to Man Walking Through Sidings, (381)
  • Five Platelayers Killed near Watford, (511)
  • Kirtlebridge Accident Recalled, (355)
  • Level Crossing Accident at Sherborne, (457)
  • Level Crossing Accidents During 1931, (135)
  • Railway Accidents, Annual Report, (111), (159)
  • Scarborough Miniature Railway, Verdict of "Accidental Death " on Driver, (135)
  • Shunters, Accidents to, (257)
  • Signalmen's Death Whilst on Duty, (159)
  • Slipping Back of Train Causes Derailment, Colonel Anderson's Report, (511)
  • Thirsk Disaster Recalled, (457)

RAILWAYS (continued) :
Accidents (continued) :

  • Wardleworth Derailment, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, (331)
  • Wichnor Viaduct, L.M.S., Accident Recalled, (257)

General Matters :

  • Automatic Couplings on British Railway Wagons, Agitation Sixty Years Ago for, (431)
  • Automatic Signalling Between Camden and Watford, (257)
  • Automatic Signalling on Bangor Branch of Belfast and County Down Railway, (589)
  • Automatic Stops on Rapid Transit Lines, (281)
  • Board of Trade Export Tables for Railway Material, Statistics, First Five Months of 1932, (87)
  • British Railway Material for China, (183)
  • Census of Railway Servants, (381)
  • Couplings in Railway Accidents, Failure of, (280)
  • " Dipped " Railway Metal Joints, (534)
  • Electricity and Steam on Railways, Economics of, (407)
  • Flanged Wheel on Railways, Note on C. R. King's Letter, (11)
  • Fog Problem and the Railways, (407)
  • Freight Cars to be Transported by Ship from New York Harbour to Havana, Loaded, (355)
  • Glasgow's Railway Communications, (159)
  • Goods Traffic Charges Between London and Southend, Experiment in, (431)
  • International Railway Congress at Cairo, Opening Date of, Egypt's Delegates, (331)
  • Irish Railways and Wages, (111), (233), (563)
  • Joint Railway Staff in Jersey and Guernsey, (183)
  • Jubilee of Giant's Causeway Electric Tramway, (209)
  • Leicester and Swannington Railway, Centenary of Opening, (87), (183)
  • Mystery Trains on the Railways. Success of, (355)
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Annual Report by Mr. C. T. Cramp, (37)
  • National Union of Railwaymen and National nationalisation of Transport, (63)
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Rail Cars, (63)
  • National Wages Board, Last Public Hearing. (667)
  • National Wages Board, Railway Companies and Railwaymen's Unions, (305)
  • Oil-electric Trains for India, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 287
  • Oil-engined Railcar being Tested on G.N. of Ireland Railway, (209)
  • Owner's Name on Vehicles, Legislation and, (381)
  • Parcels Traffic and Railways, (667)
  • Passenger Journeys During August, 1932, (615)
  • Passenger Train Parcels, Revenue from, (389)
  • Pneumatic Railways in United States, E. E. R. Tratman, 110 •
  • Pooling Traffic on Railways, 149
  • Pooling Schemes, (11), (233), (431), (483)
  • Protection of Gangs while Working on Permanent Way, (537)
  • Rail and Road in Argentine, 199
  • Rail and Road Transport, Report on, 178; (Leader, 186)
  • Rail-car Tests in South America, Leyland, 288
  • Rail-cars for India, Oil-electric, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 388
  • Railroad Highway Grade Crossing Protection in America, (135)
  • Rails on Curves, Wear of, Sir Gordon Hearn, 2
  • Railway Amalgamations in America, Proposed, (135)
  • Railway and Canal Commission, Suggested Abolition, (209)
  • Railway Assessment Authority and Rating of Railways, (305)
  • Railway Companies and Men's Pay, National Wages Board Hearing, (491)
  • Railway Companies and Ownership of Motor Vehicles, (457)
  • Railway Development for China, 510
  • Railway " Efficiency " Index Table, G. W.
  • Railway, H. E. Hodges, 143
  • Railway Electrification, 397
  • Railway Executive Committee, Work of, (641)
  • Railway Goods Traffic Handled by Road Vehicles, Special Building for, (355)
  • Railway Investigation in U.S.A., (355)
  • Railway Labour Costs, 345
  • Railway Point, Improved, Hadfields Ltd., 465
  • Railway Pooling Schemes, Further, (331)
  • Railway Problems, 27
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Annual Review of Standard Charges of Grouped Companies, (87)
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Appointment of Chairman, (563)
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Appointments, (589)
  • Railway Receipts During Forty-fourth Week, (563)
  • Railway Receipts for Half Year, (159)
  • Railway Returns for 1931, (209), (438)
  • Railway Staff Appointments, (36), (37), (431), 499, (615)
  • Railway Underbridges, Duration of Reinforced Concrete, J. D. W. Ball, 400
  • Railway Wages, 553
  • Railwaymen's Wages, Cuts in, (457)
  • Rate Reductions on Railways, (355)
  • Rolling Stock on British Railways, Returns of, (407)
  • Sand Drags on Railways, Use of, (667) •
  • Signal-box Work at Victoria East Junction, Manchester, (135)
  • Staff Employed on British Railways, (257)
  • Steel Sleepers on Railways, (641)
  • Sunday Afternoon Excursions, (257)
  • Third-class Accommodation on all Trains of Midland Railway Inaugurated Sixty Years Ago, (431)
  • Timber Railway Sleepers, Salvage,(63)
  • Traction in France, Rail and Roa, 125

RAILWAYS (continued) :
General Matters (continued) :

  • Track Mileage in United Kingdom, (257)
  • Traffic Decreases on the Railways, (457)
  • Traffic on the Railways, (615)
  • Train Movements on the Railways, Speed of, (589)
  • Tube Railways, Safety on, 329
  • Unions' Opposition to Grouping, (355)
  • Wages Reductions and the Unions, (355)
  • Wages Reductions on American Railways, (331)
  • Wages Reduction on the Railways, (407)
  • Wear of Rails on a Curve. Sir Gordon Hearn, 2
  • Wigan Railway Centenary, 247
  • Winter Train Services, (257)

Great Western :

  • Bill for Curves at Westbury and on Malmesbury Branch, (589)
  • Carriage and Wagon Works at Coleham and coton Hill, Shrewsbury, to be Closed, (37)
  • Coal, 40,000 Tons a Week, (594)
  • Containers. Increased Use of. (589)
  • Drivers to Retire at Sixty, (355)
  • Factory Moved from London to Chippenhant Without Interruption to Work, (11 1)
  • Flat Rate Application before Railway Rates Tribunal. (615)
  • MeV. Containers, Construction of 125, (431)
  • Nicholls, R. H.. Retirement of, (571)
  • "Norfolk Spade " Used at Cardiff Docks, (135)
  • Rail Loading by Wire Rope, (209)
  • Road Competition. Judgment of Railway Rates Tribunal. (563), (615)
  • " St. Patrick," Stranding of s.s., (537);
  • Judgment Given Against the Master, (563)
  • Staff Suggestions Scheme, Success of, (589)
  • Thermal Storage Tanks, Transport of, (278)

London. Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Acceleration of Freight Trains, (305)
  • Anderson, J.E., Retirement of, (537)
  • Anglo-Scottish Express Rolling Stock, (589)
  • Banana Trade, Record Work at Garston, (281)
  • Barking-Upminster Electrification, L.M.S. Railway, 276, 306, 310
  • Bridges around Buxton, Strengthening, (641)
  • Colour Light Signals Between Bay Horse and Garstang, (667)
  • Dock Equipment at Goole, (233)
  • Dundalk. Newry and Groenore Railwit) L.M.S. Railway Interest in, (457)
  • Express Freight Trains, (135)
  • Express Services from Liverpool to Euston, (II), (55)
  • Express Trains " On Time," (111)
  • Fast Running of " The Comet " from Malcheater to Euston, (305)
  • Future of Crowe Works, (11)
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., L.M. and S. Railway Steamer " Duchess of Hamilton," 1$
  • Mobile Fleet of " Warehouses on Wheels:. (381)
  • Named Expresses, (233)
  • Ono-day Freight Transits Between London Area and Birmingham and Manchester, (305)
  • Rail Mills at Crewe, (159)
  • Record Run, H. Baker, 91
  • Record Turn-round of s.s. Arnie " at
  • Goole Docks, (537)
  • Renaming Hawes Junction Station t Garsdale, (305)
  • Research Department of L.M.S. Railway. Rearrangement of, 562
  • Retirement of Mr. Robert Killin, (305)
  • Roundabout Working for Railway Trains at Preston. 482
  • Speed Between Euston and Coventry, Record. (331)
  • Speed of " Mancunian," (511)
  • Stranraer-Lame Route Services Expedited, (37)
  • Upminster Electrification, (233)
  • Uric, D. C., Appointment of, 499
  • Weed Killer, Tests of Spray. (381)
  • Wichnor Viaduct, Strengthening of Superstructure of, (209)
  • London, Midland and Scottish and Great Western Railways, Pooling for Competitive
  • Traffic, (281)
  • London, Midland and Scottish and London and North-Eastern Railways, Grouping Agreement, Cheshire Lines and Midland and Great North Joint, (589)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway and London and North-Eastern Railway, Inquiry into Pooling Arrangement, (63)

London and North-Eastern Railway

  • Acceleration of Coal Traffic from Teton and Wellingborough to London, (563)
  • Diesel-electric Motor Coach, Fast Run from King's Cross to Newcastle, ( 111)
  • Educational Lectures to Children, (667)
  • Electrification of Suburban Lines and London Transport Bill, (537)
  • Electrification Scheme Bill for North London Area Dropped, (331)
  • Ferry Service Between N. and S. Queens-ferry, (281) (641)
  • " Flying Scotsman," Fastest Run of, (79)
  • " Flying Scotsman," Freedom from Accidents, (111)
  • Freight Trains, Express. (355)
  • Gatehead Locomotive Works and Production of Munitions, (87)
  • Ilford and Railway Transport Difficulties, (667)
  • King's Cross, Eightieth Birthday, (511)
  • North and South Queensferry Piers, 637
  • Oil-electric Motor Train " Tyneside Venturer," Three Months' Trials Completed, (87)
  • Punctuality of " Flying Scotsman," (407)
  • Signalling at King's Cross, All-electric, (281)
  • Signalling at King's Cross Station, (381)
  • Telewriter Circuits on L.N.E.R., Extensions of, 44

Southern Railway :

  • Basingstoke and Alton Branch Railway Closed, (281)
  • Brighton and West Worthing Electric Train Services, (483)

RAILWAYS (continued):
Southern Railway (continued) :

  • Brighton Railway Electrification Scheme, Electrical Equipment for, 28
  • Dartford Loop Electric Train Services, (281)
  • Dover Coaling Plant, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 229, 234
  • Dover Harbour Board's Bill, (616)
  • Electrification of London to Brighton, Opening in January of, (355)
  • Elson, G.. Chairman of Railway Companies' Civil Engineers Committee at Railway
  • Clearing House, (641)
  • Estate Office Statistics, (331)
  • Exeter, Queen-street to the Changed to Exeter Central, (331)
  • Improvement in Receipts, (537)
  • London to Brighton and Hove, Electric Trains to Run on January 1st, 1933, (667)
  • Paris-London Altered Service, (331)
  • Retirement of Mr. R. E. J. Morton from Ashford Works, (403)
  • Signalling on the Brighton Section, Automatic Colour Light Type, (381)
  • Southampton's Dock Extensions, (563)
  • Speeding up Freight Services. (233)
  • Steamer for Newhaven-Dieppe Service, Delay of Launch. (589)
  • Success of 4 per cent. Debenture Stock Issue, (431)
  • Traffic Improvements, (615)
  • Traffic Returns Show Improvement, (615)
  • Withdrawal of Boat Services, (281)

Underground Railways :

  • Collision at Hammersmith, Colonel Trench's Report. (183)
  • Marble Arch Escalators. (209)
  • Marble Arch Station Improvements, (159)
  • Opening of First Section of Cockfosters Extension, (183)
  • Piccadilly Tube Extension Opened to Acton Town, (37)
  • Prevention of Accidents on Western Extension of London Electric Railways at Hammersmith, (615)
  • Signal Failure at Camden Town, (257)
  • Western Extension to Northfiolds, (667)

Colonial, Indian and Foreign Railways :

  • Canadian National Railways and Resignation of Sir Henry Thornton, (111)
  • Chinese Eastern Railway, Paralysis of, through Flooding of Sungari River, (183)
  • Control of Passenger and Goods Traffic by Road in New Zealand by System of Licences, (431)
  • Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway, Closing of, (330)
  • Darnall and Tugela Railway, Natal, Work Restarted on, (111)
  • Electrification of Branch of Baku-Batoum Railway, (615)
  • Electrification of Swedish Railways, (431)
  • French Railway Organisation. 593
  • French Railway Summer Services, (11)
  • Irish Railways, Wagos Trouble on. (641)
  • Irish Railways Wages Reduction Dispute, (615)
  • Japanese Government Railways, Results for 1931-32,(537)
  • Madras Suurban Electrification, Results of, (667)
  • \lain Line Electrification in U.S.S.R., (589)
  • Merging of Four Trunk Lines in Eastern Part of United States, (381)
  • Monet Metal Roof at Pennsylvania Railroad Station, New York, (641)
  • Nigerian Railways, Appointment of G.V.O.Bulkoley as General Manager, (641)
  • Railway Electrification in Denmark, 278
  • Railways in China, Proposed, (331)
  • Shanghai, Site for Railway Terminal at, (183)
  • Singapore. Re-alignment of Railway Lines at. (159)
  • South Pacific Railroad's Freedom from Fatal
  • Accidents to Passengers, (164)
  • Tunnel Under Vancouver Opened, (159)
  • Underground Railway at Stockholm, (641)
  • Underground Railway of Moscow, (209), (381)
  • Victorian Government Railways. Annual Report, (483)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS :
Great Western Railway :

  • Modernisation of G.W.R. Wolverhampt.,,, Locomotive Works, 134

London, Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Crewe Works, Future of, (183)
  • "Experiment" Class, Locomotive No. 2052,
  • "Stephenson" in Shrewsbury Accident, 1907, (37)
  • Locomotive, Heavy Oil Shunting, 570
  • " Royal Scot " Locomotives Named, (483)
  • Royston Locomotive Depot, Village Nearly Ready for Workers at, (87)

London and North-Eastern Railway :

  • Closing Locomotive Shops at Gateshead, (159)
  • Reconstruction and Renewal of Locomotive Depots, (537)
  • Surplus Engine Cleaners, Employment of. (563)

General :

  • Articulated Express Locomotive for Algeria
  • Beyer-Garratt, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 480
  • Compound Mallet Locomotive, Virginian Railway, 504
  • Links in History of Locomotive, C. F. Deady Marshall, 154
  • Locomotive, 10 H.P. Crude Oil, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 5. 12
  • Locomotive, 8800 H.P. Electric. Swiss Railways, 20
  • Locomotive for Algeria, Beyer-Garratt. 480
  • Locomotives in America. Number of. (589)
  • Locomotives, Carriages and Wagons, Decrease of Renewals of, (457)
  • Locomotives on British Railways. (281)
  • Locomotives, Two Shunting, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 389
  • Mallet Type Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 504, 528

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS
General (tontinued) :

  • Oil-electric Locomotives, Recent Progress of, 638
  • Oil-electric Locomotives for Buenos Ayres
  • Great Southern Railway, Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 543
  • Oil-en fined Locomotives for Danish State Railways, (305)
  • Oil Locomotive, Recent Progress of the, 638
  • Operation of Locomotives on Long-distance Haulage, J. G. B. Sams, 164
  • Roller Bearings on Locomotives, 571

Ministry of Transport :

  • Accidents, Loss of Life in Road, (483)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Report, (209)
  • Fatal Road Accident Statistics to be Published, (87)
  • Fatal Road Accidents, Returns for, (537)
  • Horse-drawn Vehicles, Decline of, (641)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill. (63);
  • Appointments to Board, (87); Bill to be Carried Over to Next Session of Parliament, (139)
  • London Transport Bill, Metropolitan Railway Adopts Scheme, (37)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Progress, (483)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Completion of Committee Stage, (641)
  • Ministry of Transport and Railway Pooling Schemes, (63)
  • National Transport Board, Suggested, (641)
  • National Transport Board, Labour Party's Proposal for. (135)
  • National Transport Board, Proposals of a. (381)
  • Pooling of Railway Wagons, (641)
  • Railway Returns, 1931, (111)
  • Railway Statistics, May, (209); September (331), (667)
  • Road and Rail Transport Report, 178; (Leader. 186)
  • Road Rail Committee's Report, (183)
  • Salter Report, (641)
  • Statistics for Juno, 1932, (281)
  • RAINFALL in Hawaii, Equivalent to 8. 35in.Per Hour, (37)
  • Reclamation of Land in Kootenay Flats, (305)
  • Refrigerant for Perishable Traffic, " Drikold," 118
  • Refrigerating Plants, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 30
  • Refuse, Calorific Value of, (483)
  • Research Appointments, 397
  • Research on Steel Structures, 605
  • Research Programmes, Statistical Theory in, (457)
  • Reservoirs at Talybont-on-Usk, Breconshire, 125
  • Resin, Turpentine and Cellulose Combine in Leningrad Province, (159)
  • Rico Mill on the Thames, (483)
  • River, Deepening East Channel of Niagara, (637)

ROADS:

  • Asphalt-treated Cotton Cloth for Roads. (233)
  • Guard Post for Guiding Road Traffic, Cardiff Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., 330
  • Rail and Road Transport, Conference on, 646
  • Reinforced Concrete Pavement, Cement Grouting of, (589)
  • Road Accidents, (257)
  • Road and Rail Overseas, 473
  • Road Construction in Province of Cordoba, Argentine, (239)
  • Road Laid with Asphaltic Concrete in Record Time, (407)
  • Road Transport, Conference on Rail and, 646
  • Roads, Cast Iron, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., 571
  • Roads, Experimental Work on, 345

Street Traffic Signals :

  • Amber Lights, (615)
  • Automatic Signals, Chance Brothers and Co.,Ltd., 191
  • Contact Method of Operation, (233)
  • Experiments in Birmingham, (37)
  • First Street Traffic Signals, (209)
  • Ludgate-circus, (135)
  • Progress in London and Provinces, 49
  • Non-use of Amber Light, (615)
  • Satisfactory Report on London System, (51 I H
  • Sloane-street, (511)
  • Yellow Light, Purpose of, (407)
  • ROCKET SHOOTING, 1933, Programme of, (563)
  • Rod Polishing Machine, Automatic, Canning and Co., Ltd., 414
  • Roller, Oil-engined, Wallis and Steovens, Ltd., 67
  • Roller, Development in Road, 579
  • Roller, 2i-ton Oil-engined, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 5
  • Roller, 4-ton Oil-engine-driven, Road, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 4, 12
  • Roller, 11-ton Oil-engine-driven. Road, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 4, 12
  • Rolling Mill in India, B.T.H. Synchronous Motor for Driving, 440
  • Rolling Mill Neck Bearings of Lignurn Vitm, (11)
  • Roofs, Self-supporting Welded Steel, Buck and Hickman, Ltd., 518
  • Ropoway Installation at Billingham Transfer Station, Aerial, R. White and Sons, 9
  • " Rotoklene " Strainer, (23)
  • Rubber, Production in Russia of Synthetic, (233)
  • Rubber and Asphalt for Road Surfacing, Powdered, 640
  • Rubber Factory Machinery and Equipment in
  • F.M.S. and Straits Settlements, (815)
  • "Rusty Nails Hold Tightest," (562)

S

  • SAFETY in Industry, 421
  • Safety Release, " Oilmatic," B.E.N. Patents.Ltd., 597
  • St. Lawrence Waterway Agreement, 163
  • Salamanders and Water Hygiene, (381)
  • Salesmanship, Sir Francis Goodenough, (589)
  • Salesmanship, 271
  • Salvage in the Dardanelles and Bosphorus, Marine, (63)
  • Salving a Fleet, E. T. Cox, 592
  • Samuelson, Mr. F., Royal Order of Nordstiermin Conferred by His Majesty, the King of Sweden, (23)
  • Sands, Clays and Minerals, A. L. Curtis, (210)
  • Sandvik Dock at Holsingfors. Extension of, (331)
  • School of Military Engineering. Chatham, Appointment of Colonel W. G. S. Dobbie as Commandant of, (135)
  • Science Museum, Seventy-fifth Anniversary
  • Celebrations, 10, 40
  • SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS : (Sex, Electrical Matters)
  • Boiler %Valor Level Indicator, Dewrance and Co., Ltd., 490
  • Deceleromoter for Testing Brakes, Tapley and Co., 165
  • "Hardomoter " Hardness Testing Machine, Thos. Firth and .John Brown, Ltd., 240
  • Hygrometer (or Moisture Content Indicator) and Forecasting of Forest Fires, (1351
  • Indexing Mechanism for Gear Grinding Machines, Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., 635, 636
  • Insulation and Continuity Tester, Evershed and Viooles, Ltd., 413
  • Meter " Revolve," Rippingille's, 465
  • Recorder, Single-operation, Evershed and Vignoles, 649
  • Regulators, Askania, (195)
  • Seiencific Instruments at National Physical Laboratory. (563)
  • Testing Machines at Berkeley University. California, Nine Physical Strength, (303)
  • Weld Testing by Stethoscope, (183)
  • Scientific Management. International Congress, Amsterdam, (23)
  • Seed Sowing for Re-afforestation Purposes in Norway, (281)
  • Selenium Production in Canada, (483)
  • Sot-sorews Fixed with Solder, Cup-pointed, (355)
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Bradford, 54, 64, 80, (121)
  • Sewage Disposal Works at Coventry, (355)
  • Sewage Sludge Steamer for Manchester Cotporation. (111)
  • Sewage Treatment Plant at Kyoto, Japan, Experimental, (457)
  • Sewage Works Grease Replaces Paraffin at Bradford, (483)
  • Sewers for Montreal, Relief, (537)
  • Shaft Sinking by Freezing Process, Le Grand, Sutcliffe and Gell, Ltd., 491
  • Shaft Sinking on Rand, (11)
  • Sharing Work. American. Movement on. 599
  • Sheet Metal Articles by Bulging, Production of, ( 615)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :
General Matters

  • Blockships of Dover Harbour Removed, (257)
  • British Trade Ship " Laurentic " to Sail for Canada in 1933, (305)
  • Cavitation, G. S. Baker, 187, 212
  • Commercial Fleet of Black Sea, (457)
  • Dry-docking of C.P. Liner " Duchess of Bedford " at Liverpool, Record Set Up, (331)
  • Electric Ship Propulsion Systems and Control, G. 0. Watson, 508
  • Explosion of Boiler in Foreign-owned Ship, Board of Trade Report, (142)
  • Firo on Board Ship, Committee to Examine Regulations Concerning. (355)
  • Fouling of Ships' Sides, (281)
  • Manoeuvring of Ships. 605
  • Protection of Ships from Barnacles, (511)
  • Rationalisation of British Shipping, 345
  • Royal Mail Group. Reorganisation of, 125. 173
  • Russian Shipbuilding, (257)
  • Scrapping of Ships, (563)
  • Shipbroaking Scrap Anomaly, (417)
  • Shipbreaking Yard at Thornaby-on-Tees, (381)
  • Ship Channel from San Francisco Bay to City of Stockton, (233)
  • Ship-repairing Yard at Willington Quay-on-Tyne to Continue, (305)
  • Ships and Shipbuilding, Album, of Barclay. Curie and Co., Ltd., (261)
  • Ships of the Merchant Navy. (172)
  • Shipyard at Whitby Closed. Whitehall, (183)
  • Shipyards and Engine Works in Russia, Proposed Extension of, (407)
  • Southampton, Seven Largest British Liners at, (431)
  • Steam to Sail, From, Gerald Aylmer, 9; (Letter, Historicus, 61)
  • Steamers, Early London River, Gerald Aylmer, 255
  • Steamers, Self-unloading, 549
  • Steamship Service Between London and Boulogne, Transfer of Ownership, 634
  • Train Ferry for Yangtso River. (331)
  • Transport of " Miss England (1 1 )
  • Tyne Shipyards' Output, (457)
  • Vehicular Ferry Service Between Hong Kong Pier and Kowloon, (511)
  • World Shipping Position, 53
  • World's Shipping, Lloyd's Register Book, 86
  • Wreck Statistics for 1931, 101

Naval Matters :

  • British War Vessel " Debraake," Search for Wreck of, (315)
  • Cruiser No. 39, American Shipbuilders Invited to Tender for, (457)
  • Cruiser for United States Navy, Proposed, (431)
  • Cruiser Orders, 223
  • French Flotilla Leader " Cassard," Speed of. (305)
  • French Submarine " Surcouf's " Long Cruise, (355)
  • H.M.S. " Achilles," " Leander " Class Cruiser Launched, 247
  • H.M.S. " Daring " Completed, 247
  • H.M.S. " Iron Duke," Alterations to, (355)
  • H.M.S. " Leander " Commissioned for Trials, (355)

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

  • H.M.S. Orion " Launched, 553
  • Italian-built Destroyers for Greek Navy, Sooietit Odero-Terni-Orlando, 412, 413
  • Italian Cruiser " Bolzano." Speed of, (641)
  • Model of First-rate Man-of-War in Blue Funnel Line Showroom, Mr. S. F. Johnston's, (407)
  • Naval Launches and Trials, 553
  • Naval Ships for Portugal. 149
  • Portuguese Sloop " Gonsalves Zarco " Launched at Hebburn, (503)
  • Salvage of Submarine " M 2," 53, 295, 345
  • Salvage of Submarine " M 2." Captain I)..1. Munro. 475
  • Submarine " Seahorso." Launch of, (407)

Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • Broadcast of 1111,11110i of French Liner "Normandie," (431)
  • Duchess of Hamilton," Clyde Railway Steamer, 18
  • "Empress of Britain." Eight Atlantic Crossings in Eight Consecutive Weeks, (305)
  • "Euripides " Liner Converted from Coal to Oil Burning, (111)
  • French Liner " Normandie," 462, 403, 477, 484
  • " Ile de France," Launch of French Superliner, (305)
  • Italian Liner, " Conte di Savoie " in Dry Dock After Trials, (407)
  • Italian Liner " Conte di Savoie," Speed Trials of, (483). 553
  • Italian Liner " Rex " Completes First Sea Trial, (257), 321, (331), 360
  • "Leviathan " Future of U.S. Liner, 223
  • Liners for Grace Steamship Company, Four. (159)
  • "Manhattan," American Liner. 199
  • "Miss England III.," Speed Boat Reeortl, 27, 53, 94,- 247
  • Motor Boat for Lake Titicaca, Bolivia, 12,000ft. Above Sea Level, (667)
  • "Olympic," Machinery of, 499
  • P. and 0. Liner. " Viceroy of India," Record Voyage from London to Bombay, (355)
  • " Queen of Bermuda," Launch of Turbo-electric Liner, 247
  • Service Results of R.S. " Annan," 400
  • s.s. " Uckermark," Benson Boiler on, 441
  • Thames Motor Tug " Crowatone," James Pollock, Sons. and Co., Ltd., 544
  • Tug Boat in Colombia, Unusual Typo of, (111)
  • AVhito Star Liner " Laurentic " to Uo to Canada as " Trader Ship." (63)
  • SHYOK Glaciers and Indus Floods, J. M. Lacey, 372
  • Silextractor, Stag, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd . 240
  • Silk Factory at Paisley for Vienna Firm, (305)
  • Sisal Decorticator, First Portable, South Africa, (87)
  • Sixty Years Ago, 15, 41. 62. 91, 108. 134, 164, 182, 213, 236, 250, 280, 304, 335, 354, 375. 401, 427, 461. 482, 516, 536, 567, 588, 611, 645
  • Sleeper Creosoting Plant at Boeston, 158
  • Slipway at Cape Town, Renewal, (305)
  • Sluice Gates for Glonlochar Barrage, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 44
  • Smithfield Show Dinner, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., (549)
  • Snow on Roofs, (233)
  • Snow Removal from Roads in Ontario, Cost of, (589)
  • "Soak the Rich," F. Britten Austin, (523)
  • Soda Ash Factory in Heron, Norway, (483)
  • Sodium Sulphate for Removing Dissolved Oxygen from Boiler Feed Water, Crystallised, (281)
  • Softwoods. their Decay and Natural Defects. British Columbia, (233)
  • Soot Removal from Furnaces and Flues 1)
  • Salts or Compounds, (457)

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS .

  • Cape Town Harbour, 385
  • Cape Town's Electricity, 43
  • Classification of Capo Town Water, 596
  • Crane for Durban, 415
  • Durban's Pontoon Crane, 596
  • Dynamite Train Wrecked, 262
  • Electricity Notes, 482
  • Electricity Supply Commission, 262
  • Fuel Research in South Africa, 481
  • Generating Plant in Cape Town, 167
  •  !lead Gear for Mine, 262
  • Johannesburg Railway Station, 482
  • Kosi Bay, 167
  • Mechanisation on Mines, 263
  • Modernising Power Stations, 43
  • Mine and Government Workshops, 43
  • Mine on West Rand, 262
  • Northern Rhodesia Copperfields, 167
  • Passenger Transportation, 262
  • Port Elizabeth Harbour, 482
  • Port Elizabeth's Power Station, 596
  • Port Elizabeth Water Supply, 43
  • Railway Programme, 43
  • Railway Workshops Busy, 596
  • Railway Works in Natal, 167
  • Rhodesian Railway, Additional Section, 482
  • Rhodesia Seeks a Fort, 386
  • Rhodesia-Walvis Bay Railway. 596
  • Steel Works, State, 385
  • Sub-contracts with Germany, 43
  • Trackless Trams and Omnibuses. 481
  • Tractors in Southern Rhodesia, 167
  • 'rrade Improving, 263
  • Union Manufacturing Copper Wire, 43
  • Union Mineral Output, 167
  • Union's Most Powerful Lighthuose, 596
  • Vereeniging Electricity Plant, 415
  • Water Supply for Rand, 262
  • Withank Power Stet ion, 590
  • SPADE " Norfolk," Trimmintg of Wet Duff Coal from Railway Trucks, Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 189
  • spectacles, Binocular Magnifying, W. NN'atmon and Sons, Ltd., 518
  • Speedometers on Passenger Express Carriages. (457)
  • Sprague, Frank J., Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebrations in New York. (37)
  • Springs for Rolling Stock, 232
  • Stampings, Presses for Trimming, B. and S. Massey. Ltd., 438
  • Static Balance of Shaft with Skew Stiffness, Professor David Robertson, 126; (Letter, W. Hamilton Martin, 166)
  • Statistics and Engineering, Dudley W. Walton, 583. 609, 633, 661
  • Steam Engine, Anderson Rotary. J. 1-1 . Wilson and Co. (1929), Ltd., 674
  • Steam Navigation, Episode in History of, Gerald Aylmer, 347
  • Steam Pipe Work, J. Arthur Aiton, 438
  • Steam Power Station at City of Tacoma, U.S.A., 119
  • Steam Winches. Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd.,
  • Construct 33,000 during Last Twenty Years, o (183)
  • Stoker, " Robot " Fireman for Mechanical, Combustion Engineering, Ltd., 519
  • Stokers at Battersea Power Station, Taylor Retort, 554
  • Stonework from Atmospheric Corroeion, Protection of, (257)
  • Strainer, High-efficiency, Auto-Klein Strainer,Ltd., 240
  • Strength of Metals at High Temperatures, 18
  • Structural Design, Use of British Columbia Douglas Fir for, (431)
  • Stud Removal, "'Tip " for, (641)
  • Submarine Cables, Poland and N Countries, (381)
  • Subsidences in London, (615) 1. Suez Canal and Shipping, (257)
  • Suez Canal Company's Museum, (267)
  • Suez Canal Traffic, (159)
  • Sugar Factory at Debra Dun. India, (589)
  • Sugar Factory at Gandawal, Central, (281)
  • Sulphur Burner, Rotary Mechanical, Newton, Chambers and Co., Ltd., 361 1- Sulphur Dioxide, Experimental Plant at Hamilton, Ontario, for Studying Recovery of. (37)
  • Sulphur-dioxide, Plant for Liquid, (183)
  • Sulphur Gases and Decay of Calcareous Building Materials, (233)
  • Sulphur in Coal and other Fuels, Effect of High , (615)
  • Sulphur in Liquid Fuel, Raoid Estimation oi, (6111

SUPPLEMENTS :

  • Bangkok Memorial Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co.. Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, 5) September 9th, 1932) •
  • Ironbridge Power Station. West Midland Joint Electricity Authority (Two-page 1, Supplement, August 19th, 1932) 5, New York City, Water Supply Tunnel for 5 (Two-page Supplement, October 21st, 1932)
  • Sanyo Chuo Hydro-electric Company,
  • Shikama, Japan, Steam Turbine Plant (Two-page Supplement, December 30th, 1932)
  • THE METALLURGIST, (Sixteon-page Supplement, July 29th, 1932, August 26th, 1932, September 30th, 1932, October 28th, 1932, November 25th, 1932. December 30th. 1932)
  • 6000 B.H.P. Double - acting Two - stroke Marine Oil Engine, Burmeister and Wain, Ltd. (Two-page Supplement, July 15th, 1932)
  • SURFACE 'Temperatures, Measurement Neil P. Bailey, 303

T

  • TANK Plates, Tests on, (305)

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :

  • Anglo-South African Telephone Service Extended to Johannesburg and Pretoria, (183)
  • Direct Telephonic Communication between Western Australia and Berlin, (663)
  • London's Largest Telephone Exchange, 473
  • Telegraph Poles and Posts, Preservation of, (537)
  • Telegraphic Addresses, Commonwealth of Australia to Issue Official Lists of, (209)
  • Telophone Cable Between St. Margaret's Bay and La Paune, Belgium. (331)
  • Telphone Cable Containing 2100 Pairs of Wires for Bucharest, (11)
  • Telephone Exchange, Mayfair Automatic, Automatic Electric Company, 618
  • Telephone Service Change-over in Cape Town, (233)
  • Telephone Service Extensions in Rhodesia, (305)
  • Telephone Services Between London and Canada, Direct, (37)
  • Telephones of Cape Town, Change to A titomatic. (305)
  • TEMPERATURES, Strength of Metals at High, 18
  • Tensile Strength of Spider's Webs, (209)
  • Testing. No Practical Method of Non-destructive, Dr. G. A. Hankins, (589)
  • Textile Machinery Exhibition at Leicester, (159), (305)
  • THE METALLURGIST (AMC Supplements)
  • Timber, Quality of Home-grown Scots (381)
  • Timber, Seasoning of, (37)
  • Timber, World's Trade in, (87)
  • Timber Forest Fires in America, (183)
  • Timber Replaces Reinforced Concrete, Treated, (257)
  • Timber Shipments from British Columbia t(, Antipodes, ( 37)
  • Timber Work at Chequers Renewed, (209)
  • Tin, Electro-deposition of, (135)
  • Tin-plate Works, at Briton Ferry Restarted, (407)
  • Timing of Pistons of Internal Combustion Engines, (233)
  • Tiro,Goodyear Medium Pressure Pneumatic, (11)
  • Towers for River Thames Cable Crossing, Milliken Brothers, Ltd., 544
  • Tracings, " Kodatraco," Material for, Kodak Ltd., 518
  • Tractor, Agricultural, Ford Motor Company, 58
  • Tractor Thrasher, 54in., Ransomes, Sims and Jefforios, Ltd., 30
  • Tractor with Ronold Chain Track, Agricultural, Ronold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd.. 31
  • Tractor, 30 H.P. Oil-ongined, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 4, 12
  • Tractors on Farms in Canada, (305)
  • Trade Between England and Germany, (183)
  • Trade Exchanges, 546
  • Traffic of London, Cross-river, (563)
  • Tramway Control in Moscow, (331)
  • Transport, Pioneers of British, L. St.L. Pendred, Opening Address to German Circle of English-speaking Engineers. in Berlin, 662
  • Transport, Royal Commission on, Canada. (257)
  • Trevithick Centenary, Engineering Institutions and, 380; (Letters, 405, 426, 456)
  • Trolley Car Lines in Nanking, (257)
  • Tube Mills, Photo-electric Control Equipment in, General Electric Company, Ltd., 166
  • Tubing, Brass and Copper, Production in Canada, (63)
  • Tunnel, Delay in Construction of Wellington-street (Montreal), (589)
  • Tunnel, Mersey. 527
  • Tunnels Reinforced with Concrete Under Pressure, (281)
  • Tunnels Under Scheldt for Vehicles and Foot Passengers, (667)
  • Turbine, Fraser and Chalmers 1500 B.H.P. Steam, 452
  • Turbine Installation at Skikams, Reheating, Sanyo Chuo Hydro-elecfric Company, 658 (Two page Suppt., December 30th, 1932)
  • Turbine Running at Speed of 3000 Revolutions per Minute. (407)
  • Turbines in Power Station at Eagle Pass. Three Hydraulic, (407)
  • Turning Spherical Surfaces of Large Diameter, (483)
  • Turntable at Watorval Bovan, S. African Railways, Electrically Driven, (305)

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Pay and the Cunarder, (233)
  • Unification of Chemical Societies. Presidential Address, Professor G. T. Morgan, F.R.S., before Society of Chemical Industry, 86
  • Uranium Oxide from Canadian Pitchblond Oros, (667)

V

  • VACUUM Still for Production of Lubricating Oil being Re-erected, First, (407)
  • Valve Tappet Holes in Cylinder Blocks for Motor Cars, (407)
  • Valves for Temperature Control, Magnetic, Magnetic Valve Company, Ltd., 141
  • Veneer Taping Machine, Interwood, Ltd., 329
  • Ventilation of Morsoy Tunnel, (355)
  • Verdigris on Copper. Artificial Production by Electricity of, (233)
  • Visit to Stafford Works of English Electric Company, Ltd., 487
  • Vulcanisers in Dunlop Factory, (233)

W

  • WAGON, One-man " Sentinel " Steam, 189
  • Wall Plasters from Anhydrite. Production of, (354)
  • Waterborne Coal by Oil Engine-driven Coal-carrying Barge, 048

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Fylde Water Board. Hodder Supply of, 33
  • Hach Hotchy Water Supply Project for San Francisco, (607)
  • Hodder Supply of Fylde Water Board, 33
  • Rand Water Board, Additions to Stations of, (63)
  • Rangoon Water Supply Scheme Abandoned. ( I 1 1)
  • Wilt or Per Capita Por Day in Tacoma, U.S.A., (607)
  • Water Power Per Capita in Canada, (11)
  • Water Purification by Application of Electrodialysis, (407)
  • Water Supply, Lausanne, Construction of Long Inlet Pipe Line, Giovanola Freres. S.A., 632. 642
  • Water Supply of Lucknow, Additional Pumping Plant, (331)
  • Water Supply of Municipality of Mysore. (281)
  • Water Supply for Macao, Dual, (281)

WATER SUPPLY (continued) :

  • Water Supply Tunnel for Now York City. 346, 356, 374, 398, 399, 408 (Two-page Supplement, October 21.1, 1932)
  • Water Tower at Great Yarmouth, Reinforced Concrete, (209)
  • Waterworks at Surbiton, 428, 432, 452, 458
  • Waterworks Pumping Plant at, Trichinopoly, Replacing, (380)
  • Water Turbine Plant for Svir Station, U.S.S.R., Boving and Co., Ltd., 38, 42, 43
  • WEATHER Report, Weekly, 1931-32, (243)
  • Weight of Permanent Material in HuntsSudbury 132,000-Volt Transmission Lino, (142)

WELDING :

  • Acetylene Gas for 'Welding, Germany's Use of, (257)
  • Arc-welded Steel Water Tower, (589)
  • Automatic Carbon Arc Welding, A.E.G. Electric Company. Ltd., 337
  • Copper-hydrogen Welding, Results of, (563)
  • Drums, Fusion Welded, Babcock and Wilcox,Ltd., 569
  • Electric Welding for Steel Structural Work of 300 H.P. Oil-driven Locomotive, (37)
  • Timang, Manganese-nickel Steel Welding Rod Material, (281)
  • Welding Airship Hangar in California, (381)
  • Welded Buildings, Construotion of, (483)
  • Welded Railway Tracks in Australia, (563)
  • Welded Repairs. Barimar, Ltd., 70
  • Welding Cast Iron Gate Damaged through Motor Cyclist Running into them, (537)
  • WHALE Oil Refinery at Churchill, Manitoba, (381)
  • Wheels. Hardening Large Gear, Patent Gear and Metal Hardening Company, Ltd., 191
  • Winch and Derrick, Combined, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd.. 519
  • Winding Engine at Swannington, L.M.S. Railway, 128
  • Winding Equipments at Broken Hill, Electric, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 353
  • Windlass, Oil-engined, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 58
  • Wiro Production in Canada during 1931, (537)
  • Wire Works in South Africa, (111)

WIRELESS :

  • British Wireless Expedition to Arctic Circle. 45
  • Broadcasting Licences, Over Five Million. (563)
  • Broadcasting Station at Droitwich. Twin-wave, (209)
  • Empire Broadcasting Station at Daventry, 622
  • Franco to have Four Additional Wireless
  • Transmitting Stations. (37)
  • Radio Apparatus Market in South Africa. (111)
  • Radio Communication Between China and U.S.A., Hawaii and Phillipine Islands, (111)
  • Television, News by, Marconi Company, 118
  • Television Receiver for the Home, (111)
  • Television Studio in America, (641)
  • Television Transmitter and Scanner, Marconi Company, 264
  • Wireless Coast Station at Cullercoats, (355)
  • Wireless Communication, Ultra Short Wave. 579
  • Wireless Equipment Exports from United States, (305)
  • Wireless Equipment for African Aircraft, Marconi's, 570
  • Wireless Equipment for Cross-Channel Air Services, 527
  • Wireless in Mines, (279)
  • Wireless Receivers, 321
  • Wireless Station at Manchester Aerodrome, 421
  • Wireless Stations at Shanghai, (63)
  • Wireless Telephone Service Between Egypt and India, (667)
  • Wireless Telephony for Ships, 125, 473
  • Wireless Transmission, Value of Wireless Sots, (381)
  • Wireless Transmission from Breslau, (305)
  • World Telegraphy and Radio Telegraphy. 247
  • WOOD, Balsa. 263
  • Wood-tar Creosote for Timber Preservation, Tests of, (331)
  • Woodworking Factory at Hull for Continents 1 Firm, (111)
  • Woodworking Machine, Combined Planing and Thicknessing, Wadkin and Co., 330
  • Woodworking Machines, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 330
  • Work of Andrew Laing, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald W. Skelton, 465

X

  • X-RAY Analysis and Metal Working Industry. (589)
  • X-ray Examination of Welded Metal, (431)
  • X-ray Laboratory, Portable. V. E. Pullin, 590, 594

Z

  • ZINC Deposits Discovered in Kazakstan Area of Russia, (159)
  • Zirkol Englisch Sprechender Ingenioure, Formation in Berlin, 510; Opening Meeting,
  • Address, Pioneers of British Ttansport, L. St. L. Pendred, 562

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • AERO-ENGINE, Heavy Oil, 499
  • Accelerated Train Services, 77
  • Advertising Exhibition, 605
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, 631
  • Aircraft, Inspection of, 1
  • Air Flow Through an Airscrow, 271
  • Air Force Display, Royal, 1
  • Air Route to Cape, 223
  • Air Services, Wireless Equipment for Crow:-Channel. 527
  • Air Surveys, 605
  • Air Traffic. South American. 397
  • Anglo-Canadian Iron and Steel Agree1114•11t I I
  • Anglo-Indian Steel Agreement, 421
  • Aswan Power Scheme, 421
  • Autogiro Design, Developments in. 199

B

  • "BACK to Coal " Movement, 199
  • Barking-Upminstor Electrification, 247
  • Basic, Bessemer Steel Plant, 553
  • B.B.C. Distribution System, 1
  • Beetles in Timber, 27
  • Belgium and Imperial Airways, 499
  • Boiler Explosions, 321
  • Boilers, High-pressure, 657
  • Bridge for Denmark, Two Million Pounds, 1
  • Bridge at Finnieston, Proposed. 499
  • Bridge Replacement in North London, 527
  • Bridge Replacement on L.M.S. Railway, 199
  • Bridge, Waterloo, 1 c•
  • British Commercial Gas Ass ciation, 321
  • British Dyestuffs Industry, 553
  • British Electric Transformer Company, 77
  • Business Forecast. 125
  • British and Foreign Destroyer Speeds. 295
  • British Industries Fair. 369
  • British Oro Deposits, Improving Output from. 125
  • British Shipping, Future of, 101
  • Britiph Shipping Policy, 27, 579
  • British Steelwork Association, 473
  • British Trade Exhibition in Copenhagen, 321
  • Building Industry Fire Testing Station. 553

C

  • CANADIAN Railway Reform, 447
  • Canadian Railways, 295
  • Carlisle Bridge, 447
  • Caisson for Southampton Docks. 223
  • C.G.T. Liner, Building of, 199
  • Civil Aviation, 499
  • Chemical Industry, Society of, 345
  • Chief Engineer-Surveyor, Lloyd's Register of
  • Shipping, Appointment of Mr. S. F. Dorey, 605
  • Coal Carbonisation at Glenboig, 295
  • Coal Products Conference, 101
  • Coal Production, 271
  • Coal Utilisation Council, 397
  • Coastal Shipping Trade, 271
  • Coastal Trade Development Council, 057
  • Colloidal Fuels for Marine Service, 27, 397
  • Comptroller-General of Patents, 473
  • Co-operation in Transport. 369
  • Copper, Duty on. 421, 447
  • Cruiser " Orion," Launch of H.M.S.. 553
  • Cruiser Orders, 223
  • Cunarders, The, 247. 369. 473

D

  • DANISH Engineers' Visit, 295
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd.. I 19
  • Diesel Engine Users Association, 27
  • Dnieper Power Station, 369
  • Documentation Conference at Frankfurt-on-Main. 247
  • Dorey, Stanley F., Appointment as Chief Engineer-Surveyor of Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 605
  • Drainage of Severn and Avon Rivers. 125

E

  • "EGYPT'S " Gold, Salving the, 1
  • Electricity Committees, 101
  • Electricity in the Homo Counties, 27
  • Electrioity Sale of, 247
  • Electrification of Danish State Railways, 53
  • Electrification, Rural, 657
  • Empire Broadcasting, 631
  • Empire Fibres for Rope Manufacture, 149
  • Engineer-in-Chief of the Fleet, 53
  • Engineer-in-Chief of Post Office, 579
  • Engineering Industries, 295
  • Engineers and Overtime. 1
  • European Syndicate of Public Works, 499
  • "Europa's " Captain, Commodore Nicolau,
  • Johnsen, Death of, 605
  • European Trad© Conference, 345

F

  • F.B.I. and T.U.C. Statement on Imperial Conference, 27
  • Fire Prevention on Ships, 1
  • Finnieston, Proposed Bridge at, 499
  • Forty-hour Week, Proposed, 345, 527
  • French Battleship, 447
  • French Liner " T.6.." 397
  • French Motor Liner " Aramis," 369
  • French Railway Amalgamation, 447
  • French Submarine " Promothee," Loss of, 53
  • Flying Hamburger," 631

G

  • GALLOWAY Water Power Scheme, 295
  • Galway Sea and Air Port, 627, 553
  • Gas Lighting in London, 77
  • Gas in 1931, Sale of, 223
  • Gebel Aulia Barrage, 447
  • German Shipbreaking Scheme, 173
  • Glasgow Electricity Undertaking, 173
  • Glasgow Railway Station Improvement 1411
  • Goslin, Mr. E. T., Retirement of, 657
  • Grid Scheme, Mid-East England, 527

H

  • HARLAND and Wolff, Ltd., 271
  • Heating and Ventilating Industries, 579
  • High-level Bridge, Newcastle, 499
  • H.M.S. " Achilles," " Leander " Class Cruiser,
  • Launched, 247
  • H.M.S. " Daring " Completed, 247
  • Hollingworth, Prof. J., Appointment of, 447

I

  • IMPERIAL Airways, Belgium and, 499
  • Industrial Designation to Denmark, 499
  • Industrial Development, Report of Committee. 223
  • Industrial Lancashire, 149, 657
  • Industries of North-East Coast Area, 199
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers' Jo:1mill. 321
  • International Congress on Commercial Education, 125
  • Insulation Merger, 345
  • Inspector of Factories, Late Deputy Chief, 17 3
  • International Works, 631
  • Ironbridge Power Station, 397
  • Iron and Steel Import Duties, 421
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 101
  • Italian Liner " Conte di Savoia," 553
  • Italian Liner " Rex," 321

J

  • JAMES Watt Dinner, 397

K

  • KEMBS Power Station, 369
  • King's Cup Air Race, The, 53 3

L

  • LAKE Arsa, Emptying, 605
  • Lambeth Bridge, Opening of, 77
  • Lee, Lieut.-Colonel A. G., Appointment as Engineer-in-Chief of the Post Office, 579
  • Leiston Works, 149
  • "Leviathan," Future of U.S. Liner, 223
  • Liquid Fuel from Coal, 527
  • L.M.S. Steel Works at Crewe, 173
  • Lochabor Power Scheme, 397
  • London's Bridges and Approaches, 527
  • London's Largest Telephone Exchange, 473
  • Low Temperature Carbonisation, 605

M

  • MANCHESTER Aerodrome 1Vireless Station, 421
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, 77
  • "Manhattan " American Liner, 199
  • Manonwring of Ships, 605
  • Measuring in Millionths, 321
  • Merseyside Industries, 101
  • Mersey Tunnel, 527
  • Metropolitan Railway Extension to Stanmore, 605
  • Metz-Thionville Canal, 173
  • Mid-East England Grid Scheme, 527
  • Miss England III.." 27, 53, 247
  • Mines, Safety in, 247
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, 223

N

  • NAVAL Launches and Trials, 553
  • Naval Orders, 295
  • Naval Ships for Portugal, 149
  • Noise in Industry, 296
  • "Normandie," The, 397
  • Northampton Polytechnic Institute, 579

O

  • OCKER Hill Power Station, Fire at, 77
  • Official Assistance in Industry, 631
  • Oil Engines for Basrah Power Station, 173
  • Oil Prospecting by Aerial Survey, 199
  • Old Cromptonians Dinner, 447
  • "Olympic," Machinery of, 499
  • Ottawa Agreements, 369

P

  • PARSONS, Memorial to Sir Charles, 579
  • Penmaenbach Tunnel, 631
  • Physics in Meteorology, 447
  • Pooling Traffic on Railways, 149
  • Portuguese Government's Naval Sloop, calves Zarco," Launch of. 553
  • Portuguese Naval Orders, 579
  • Preservation of Instruments of 111-,t,,ricill
  • Importance, 77
  • Profit-sharing in Co-operative Societies, 657
  • Purves, Colonel Sir Thomas F., Retirement of, 579

Q

  • "QUEEN of Bermuda," Launch of, 24:

R

  • RAIL and Road in Argentine, 199
  • Rail and Road Traction in France, 125
  • Railroads Problem, 27
  • Railway Appointment, 499
  • Railway Electrification, 397
  • Railway Labour Costs, 345
  • Railway Wages, 553
  • Rationalisation of British Shipping, 345
  • Rectifier Sub-station at Ilford, 447
  • Research Appointments, 397
  • Research on Steel Structures, 605
  • Reservoir at Talybont-on-Usk, Breconshire, 123
  • Road and Rail, 473
  • Road and Rail Overseas. 473
  • Road Roller Development. Important, 579
  • Roads, Experimental Work on, 345
  • Rolling Mill Equipment for India, 223
  • Room Temperature Measurement. 271
  • Royal Mail Group, Reorganisation of, 125, 173
  • Rural Electrification, 657

S

  • SAFETY in Industry. 421
  • Safety in Mines, 27
  • Salesmanship, 271
  • Salving " M2." Progress, 53, 295, 345; Salvage Abandoned, 605
  • Science Museum Report, 149
  • Scottish Gas Grid, Proposed, 421
  • Severn Bridge at Nownham, 345
  • Shannon Power Plant. 199
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 473
  • Shipbuilding and Scrapping Plan, 553
  • Shipowners and Road Transport, 527
  • Shipping Subsidies. 631
  • Ships. Scrapping of Obsolete, 199
  • Shyok Ice Barrier, Bursting of, 53
  • Skelton, Luncheon to Sir Reginald. 631
  • State and the Cunarder, 271
  • Steamer Type, Successful, 27
  • Steel Plant for Lancashire, 631
  • Steel Wheel Plant for Russia, 369
  • Steel Works Reorganisation Scheme, 421
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Basic Bessemer
  • Steel Plant, 553
  • Stone Decay in Westminster Hall, 271
  • St. Lawrence Waterway, 77
  • Swansea Power Station, 421
  • Swedish World Power Conference, 657
  • Switchgear for Wolverhampton, 149
  • Synchronous Motor for India, 421

T

  • TECHNICAL Staffs and Post Office Reform, 223
  • Teleprinter Service in London, 173 6' TuE Exotxzza." 271
  • Trade Balance. Improved, 321
  • Trade with Russia. 223
  • Train Ferry, Southern Railway's Cross-Channel, 553
  • Transmission Lines Across the Thames, 295
  • Trial Flight of Six-engined Flying Boat. 53
  • Turbo-generator Sot for Brighton, 125

U

  • ULTRA Short Wave Wireless Communication, 579
  • Underground Goods Railway, 345
  • United States and British War Inventions, 173
  • Uric, D. C., Appointment of. 499

V

  • VANCOUVER Harbour Bridge, 657
  • Veteran Cars, 527

W

  • WALKER. Retirement of Professor Miles, 101
  • Water and Fires in London, 369
  • Waterloo Bridge. 271, 553
  • Welded Boiler Steam Drums, 173
  • Welland Canal, Opening of, 149
  • White Combined Engine. 657
  • White, J. Samuel. and Co., Ltd., 473
  • Wigan Railway Centenary, 247
  • Wireless Communication, Ultra Short Wave. 579
  • Wireless Equipment for Cross-Channel Air Services, 527
  • Wireless Receivers, 321
  • Wireless Telephony for Ships, 125, 473
  • Wolverhampton Waterworks Extension, 369
  • Woollen. Retirement of Mr. T. H.. 579
  • World Shipping Position, 53
  • World Telektraphy and Radio Telegraphy, 247
  • Wreck Statistics for 1931, 101 18

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