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A

  • A.C.-SPHINX Sparking Plug Company, Ltd., Oil Filters, Petrol Pumps, 381
  • A.E.C. (Associated Equipment Company, Ltd.). Captain Eyston's 130 H.P. Oil-engined Racing Car, 43; Chassis for Omnibuses and Lorries, 486; Tractor for 15-Ton Oversee Transport Unit, 55, 62 (Two-page Supplement, July 2184 1933); Note (246) 130 H.P. Oil-engined Railcar, 80; 130 H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 135, 486
  • Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., and English Electric Company, Ltd.. Double-deck Trolley Bus, 473
  • A.E.G. Electric Company, An Automatic Synchroniser, 120
  • "Acklam Cross," Oil-Electric Tug, Hall, Russell and Co., Ltd., 239
  • Aerogen Co, Ltd., " Dean " Lock Nut, 364
  • Aerostyle, Ltd., Portable Petrol Engine-driven Compressor Set, 226: Portable and Stationary Spray-painting Equipment, 226
  • Ailsa Craig, Ltd., Heavy Oil Engines, 248 4-6 B.H.P. Marine Petrol Engine, 248: 12-30 B.H.P. Oil Engine Driven 1O-k11.Generating Set, 248; 20 B.H.P. Oil Engine for Rail Traction, 193
  • Air Pumps, Ltd., Air Compressing Plant, 519
  • Albion Motors, Passenger Vehicles, 430; 6-Ton Lorry Chassis, 4.29; 35-85 H.P. " Val-kyno " 32-36-seater Passenger Chassis, 430 70 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 484, 485
  • Alfa-Laval Co, Ltd., Centrifugal Oil Purifiers, 329; De-waxing Centrifuge, 83; Marine Type Oil Purifier, 329 :
  • Allen, John, and Sons (Oxford), Ltd., Trench Excavating Machine, 453
  • Allen, Richard, W., Experiences in Mechanical Engineering, 236
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., D.C. Ventilated Drip Proof Motor, 277; Drum Type Starting Panel, 277; Drum Typo Variable-speed Controller, 277; Oil Engine Generator Set with Anti-vibration Attachment, 144 Screen Protected D.C. Motor, 277: 50-kW Turbo-generator, 277 (Supplement, September 22nd. 1933); Irrigation Plant for Egypt, Floating, 118 • Marine Oil Engine, 134 -B.H.P. Four-cylinder, 277; Oil Engine and Pump, 100 B.H.P., Three-cylinder, 118; Oil Engine, 550 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, 277: Pump. Turbine-driven Axial Flow, 277 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • American Express Locomotives, Recent, E. C. Poultney. 614, 637
  • American Industrial Recovery Bill, 39
  • Anglo-French Telephone Cable, 364
  • Appleby Iron Co. Visit of Members of Iron and Steel Institute, 291
  • Arend. R. G., Copper Wire Scrap, 71
  • Argentine-Chilean Railway, 39
  • Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., Oil-engined Lorries, 485 ' • 90 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 134; 110 B.H.P. Oil Engine. 485
  • Armstrong, Sir V. G., Whitworth and Co.(Engineers), Ltd., Air Compressors, 300; "Ironclad " Lightweight Body, 470; Oil-electric Railbus Results, 168; Oil-electric Train for Santo Paulo Railway of Brazil, 69; Oil-electric Train Set for Brazil, 529; 60- ] Seater Railbus, 18; 0-4-0 Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, 300
  • Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., Automatic Coal Stoker. 29 •
  • Atlantic Engine Company (1920), Ltd., High-speed Oil Engines. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v; 55 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v; 70 B.H.P. Four-cylinder High-speed Oil Engine, Suppt.,1 September 8th, 1933, vi, ix
  • Atlas Diesel Co, Ltd. Portable Air Compressor, 519; Portable Electric Air Compressor, 519
  • Austin Hayes Self-Selector Tran.smissi, )ii System, 380
  • Austin 7 H.P., 10 H.P., and 12 H.P. Cars, 3841
  • Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., Lobos Strainer for Engine Fuel Oil Pipe Lines, 225 • Lobos Strainers for Engine Fuel, 225; Lubricating Oil Strainer, 225
  • Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Equipment Co, Ltd., Criss-Cross Coil Winder, I Suppt., September 8th, 1933, i;
  • Aveling and Porter and Barford and Perkins Ltd., Victor Roller, 30, 31
  • Aylmer, Gerald, Fate of Well-known Steamships. 140

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Equipment for Use of Oil for Boiler Firing. 83; Marine Water-tube Boilers, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiii; Single Nozzle Soot Blower, Suppt., September 8th, 1933. xiii; " S X " Type Boiler, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiii; 80-Ton Electric Level-luffing Jib Crane at Durban, 339
  • Babcock and Wilcox Company of New York, Steel Conduits for Hoover Dam, 374, 384
  • Bailey, Sir W. H., and Co., Ltd., Oiliness Comparator, 579
  • Ball, J. D. W., Effect of High Winds on Crain Sheds, 551; Relining for Transition Citrves by Offsets, 156
  • Bamford Ltd., Solid Injection Vertical Oil Engine, 66
  • Barclay, W. R., Twenty-five Years' Progress in Metallurgical Plant, 313
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Road Rollers. 520
  • Barimar, Ltd., Low-temperature Velding Process, 43
  • Battersea Power Station, Purification of Flue Gases, 32, 33 (Leading Article, 37)
  • Beauharnois Hydro-electric Generator, Opi 'ikon, Ltd., 618, 622
  • Beardmore, Wm., and Co., Ltd., High-speed Oil Engines, 544; Mobile Generating Set, 436; 85 B.H.P. Five-cylinder Oil Enginc. 474; 225 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 544
  • Beck, R. and J., Ltd., Luminex Magnifier, 169
  • Bell and Co., Theodore, Raw Rubber Cutter, 43
  • Bell Brothers (Manchester, 1927), Ltd., Chlorination Plant, 519; Pulsating Gas Meter, 520
  • Bellamy Ltd., John, Welded Buoys and Tanks, 143
  • Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., Arca Type Regulator for Boiler and Industrial Steam Control, 279;
  • "Midget " Horizontal Turbine and Condenser, 278; 200 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 278 (Supplement. September 22nd, 1933); 1500 B.H.P., 4500 R.P.M. Self-contained Turbine, 278
  • B. E. N. Patents, Ltd., Automatic Compressor Unit, 364; " Handi-Spray " Outfit. Suppt.. September 8th, 1933, ii; " Pneumatic 12 Spray Paint Plant, Suppt.. September 8th. 1933, ii
  • Bennett and Sayer. Ltd., Self-contained Tile, Pipe, Ridge and Brick-making Machine, 66
  • Bennis. Ed.. and Co., Ltd., Stokers, Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xiv
  • Bentall and Co., Ltd.. Specially Lubricated Mower, 66; Tandem Disc Harrow, 66
  • Bentleys, Low-pressure System of Sewage Ejection for Marine Purposes, 303, 310
  • Bergius Co. Ltd., 30-36 B.H.P. Kelvin Ricardo Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii; 88 H.P. Four-cylinder " Kelvin-Diesel " Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ix
  • Berlin-Stettin Waterway, 1000-Ton Canal Lilt Lock on, 36, 44
  • Bessler, Waechter and Co.. Ltd., Steel Dome for Colombian Church, Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 69
  • "Bettitskaf " Built-up Trolley, 83
  • Black and Decker, Ltd., High-cycle Nut Runner, 253; Portable Electric Tools, 263
  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Sin. Pumping Sot, 503; Fuelol Engine, 31; Oil Engines, 503; 40 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ix, xii; 55 B.H.P. Horizontal Cold-starting " Spring Injection " Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xii; Potato Digger, 31
  • Blairs Ltd., Glucose Converter, 514; Multiplex Triple-effect Film Evaporator, 515, 516
  • Boby, Robert, Ltd., Cantilever Conveyor for Brick Field, 522, 530
  • Bosch Ltd., Electric Grinder for Moulds and Dies, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xv; Electric Hand Motor, Suppt., September 8th, 1933. xv; Electric Screwdriver, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xv; Mechanical Force Feed Oil and Grease Lubricators, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xv
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd., steel Dome for Bogota Church, 69
  • Bradford, S. C., Co-operation in Science, 360
  • Bradley and Foster, Ltd., Pig Iron Refined. 325
  • Bretts Patent Lifter Co, Ltd., Burner for Creosote Oil, 144
  • Bristol Tramways and Carriage Co, Ltd, Single and Double Deck Omnibus Chassis, 485 103 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 485
  • British Dardelet Threadlock, Ltd.. Bolt Factory at North Acton, 158, 159
  • British Electric Transformer Co, Ltd., Transformer Booster Regulator, 565
  • British Engineering Products, Quality of, 317
  • British Oxygen Co, Ltd., Air Compressors, 274; Double Bevel Cutting Attachment,, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xv; Gas Compressor, 274 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933); Oxyacetylene Welding and Cutting Apparatus, 67
  • British Pitometer Co, Ltd., Instrument for Measurement of Speed at Sea, 182
  • British Power Boat Co, Oil Engine Test Bench, 43
  • British Ropeway Engineering Co, Ltd.,
  • Ballast Pit Ropeway in Yorkshire, 182, 170
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Electrical Apparatus for Commercial Vehicles, 474 • Oil Blast Fuses, 95; 114-, generative Trolley Omnibuses, 390; Visit to Rugby Works (242)
  • Broadbent, R., and Son, Ltd., Counterbalanced Shaking Screen, 518
  • Brooke Marine Motors, Ltd., Brooke-A.E.C. 130 B.H.P., High-speed Marine Oil Engine, 265, 414; " Dingymota," 18; Vee Drive Unit, 43
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Air Compressing Unit, 501; " Broomwade " Multi-vane Drill, 280;
  • "Broomwade " Pneumatic Tools, 280; Sleeve Valve Compressor, 280 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Brown, Boveri and Co., Water Circuit Breakers, 120
  • Brown, C. A. Candron, Use of Electricity iw Soil Heating, 131
  • Brown and Sons (Huddersfield). Ltd., David, Efficiency Tests on 600 H.P. Increasing Gear, H. E. Merritt, 392; Gears, 488
  • [Peter Brotherhood |Brotherhood, Peter, Ltd.]], Brotherhood-Ricardo Type, 300 B.H.P. Oil Engines for Oil-Electric Tug, " Acklam Cross," 239
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co, Ltd., Motor Coaches and Omnibuses, 475; 160
  • B.H.P. Vis-a-Via Oil Engine, 650
  • Budenberg Gauge Co, Ltd., " Orbit " Tachometer, 18
  • Burn and Co., Ltd., Twin-screw Tug, " Sir Guthrie Russell," 68
  • Burnley, Gasification of Town's Refuse at, Whitfield Gas Producers, Ltd., 355
  • Burton, Delingpole and Co., Ltd., " Dresser " Couplings for Pipe Lines, 83
  • Butler Machine Tool Co, Ltd.. " General Purpose " Crank Shaper, 491; Railway Axle-box Planing Machine, 168

C

  • C.A.V.-BOSCH Ltd.. Magnetos, Suppl., September 8th, 1933, iii
  • Canadian Copper Refiners, Ltd., Electrolytic Copper Refinery, 153
  • Canning and Co., Ltd., Electro-plating Barrels, 18
  • Cape Asbestos Co, Ltd., Insulation Material, 330
  • Casella, C. F. and Co., Ltd., Owens' Smoke-measuring Instrument, 40
  • Castan, H., Manormus Drawing Instrument, 438
  • Cave, C. J. P., Water Supply of Country House at Petersfield, 36:3
  • Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., Glass Silk after Exposure to City Atmosphere, 230; Glass Silk for Heat Insulation, 229
  • Chance System of Coal Cleaning, 92
  • Chiswick Bridge, 17
  • Chorlton, Alan E. L., The Engineer and Conditions of To-day, 435; (Leading Article, 433)
  • Christie and Grey, Ltd., W., Anti-vibration Attachment for Oil Engine Generator Set, 144
  • Christy and Norris, Ltd., " Yeoman " Grinder, 66
  • Clark " Autotram " Experimental Railcar, 120
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., Combined Winch and Derrick, 439; Johnson Naval Type Boiler, 644, 648; Mooring Winches for Floating Crane, 216
  • Clifton and Baird, Ltd., Cold Sawing Machine, 216; Duplex Milling Machine, 216
  • Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, Pneumatic) Plant for Stone Dressing, 500 Rock Drill Sharpener, 500
  • Commer Cars, Ltd., Perins 45 B.H.P., C.I. Oil Engine, 470; " Pug " 2-Conner Commercial Van, 470
  • Compagnie Literate d'Electro-Ceramique 3,000,000-volt Testing Plant, Professor d'Arsonval, 20
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co, Ltd., Air Motor-driven Sump Pump, 503; Pneumatic Tools, 503
  • Copes Regulators, Ltd., " Thrustor " Valve, 68
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., 12 H.P. Oil Engines, 502
  • Cowana, Ltd., Cowan-Still Induction Regulator, 600
  • Craigavon Bridge, Londonderry, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 71
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., High-speed Milling Machine, 528; Railway Axle Plant for Russia, 330, 334
  • Crittall and Co., Ltd., R., Electric Thermal Storage Installation at Banliside, 94
  • Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., Electric Tramcar Equipment, 391; " Tong Test " Ammeters, 265
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., and Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd., Horizontal via•a-via Eight-cylinder. 600 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, viii, xii; Six-cylinder, 150 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ix, xii •
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., Commercial Vehicles, 471; Rear-engined streamline Car, 352; 100 B.H.P. " V R 6 " Oil Engine, 471
  • Czechoslovakia, Some Engineering Works in, T. Makerason, 651

D

  • Daimler Company. Ltd., Fluid fly-wheel Transmission Gear, 485; 15.11.P. and 20 H.P. Cars, 380
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., 100 B.H.P., Four-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 281 (Suppt., September 22nd, 1933); 300 B.H.P., Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 281
  • Davidson and Co., Ltd.. Fans and Flue Dust Collectors at Dunston, 217; Vacuum Smoke-box Cleanser at L.M.S. Depot, Willesden, 166
  • Davies, Dr. S. J., High-speed. Oil Engine, 405; Ignition and Combustion in High-speed Oil Engines 405
  • Davis, A. H., Silencing Aircraft, 316
  • "Dean " Lock Nut, Aerogen Co, Ltd., 364
  • Delaware River Lift Span Bridge, 562
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Gully Emptiers, 520; 40-45-cwt. Chassis with Lorry Body, 430
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Research Exhibits at Olympia, 330;
  • Derby, Royal Agricultural Society's Show, 8, 28, 66
  • Dewrance and Co., Water Level Indicator, 326; Plug Cock for Corrosive Fluids, 326
  • Dickerman, William C., Modern Trend in Railway Motive Power, 489
  • Dickinson, H. W., Technical Museums, 381
  • Dixon, D., The Industrial Machine, 603
  • Dobbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., " Farnboro " Electric Indicator, 325; " Farnboro " Electric Pressure Gauges, 325; Stabilograph, 325; " Feledep " Boiler Water Level Gauge, 325
  • Dominion Machinery Co, Ltd., Combined Surfacing, Thicknessing and Moulding Machine, 225; Open-end Belt Sander, 225
  • Dorman, W. H., and Co., Ltd., Petrol Engines, 503; 15 H.P. Oil Engine, 503
  • Douglas Multiple Winder, Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Equipment Co, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933,
  • Dowding and Doll, Ltd.. Krause Fine Boring Machine, 330 -; Magdeburg " Chip-flow " Lathe, 330; Pfauter Gear and Spline Hobhing Machine, 330
  • "Dragon " 8 Cubic Yard Dipper Dredger, Ruston-Bucyrus and R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 132, 133
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co, Ltd., Dead Beat, Dead Set Regulator, 555
  • Dunlop, Eng.-Captain S. H., Liquid Fuels from Coal for Naval Purposes, 568
  • Durban, 80-Ton Electric Level-tufting Jib Crane for, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 339
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., Trailers for Commercial Vehicles, 474: Trailers for Oversee. Transport Unit, 57

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  • JAMES River Vertical Lift Bridge, 562, 572
  • Jarvio, J. Gibson, Credit in Industry, 592
  • Japp, Sir Henry, Methods of Excavating Quicksands, 398, 422; (Leading Article, 409; see alto Letters to the Editor)
  • "Jiges " Steam Boiler, Dipl.-Ingenieur E. Praetorius, 576
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., Automatic Reclosing Circuit Breakers, 414; Ringmer and District Electrification Scheme, 354
  • Johnson Naval Type Boiler, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 644, 648
  • E. H. Jones (Machine Tools|Jones, E. H., Ltd.]], " Gyromatic " Automatic Lathe, 329: Thiel Vertical Punch and Form Shaper, 329; Werner Milling Machines, 329.

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  • KAPLAN Turbine Installation at Vargon Power Station, 448, 449, 482, 494
  • Karrier Motors, Ltd.. " Cob Six," 14-52 H.P., Three-wheel Tractor, 485; Four-wheeled 10-30 H.P. Truck, 9; Petrol-driven Road Sweeper, 451; Refuse Collector with 10-30 H.P. Petrol Engine, 451; Three-wheeled A Truck, 8; Tractor-trailer Combination, 9
  • Kaye, Joseph, and Co., Ltd., Force-feed Oiler, A (579)
  • Kennedy, W., Tube and Bar-bending machine, 3 Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xi; Tube-bending Machine and Formers, Suppt., A September 8th, 1933, xi
  • Kelvin Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., Compasses, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, i; flotwell A Gauge, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, i
  • Kent, George, Ltd. Automatic Boiler Control A Apparatus, 329; Electrical Flow Transmitter, 503; Fuel Air Ratio Controller, 329; Scientific Instruments for Petroleum Industry, 83; Water-measuring and Recording Instruments, 503
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., World's Oil Supplies, 353
  • Kestner Evaporator and Engineering Co, Ltd., Kestner Falling Film Evaporator, 516
  • Keystone Driller Co, Pavement Smasher, N. 341
  • Kitson and Co., Ltd., Kitson-Still Locomotive, A: Records of Runs, 238, 239
  • Kitson Pump Sales and Engineering Co, Rotary Pump with Moving Blades, 326
  • Krangede Hydro-electric Power Plant, Sweden, Ai 510
  • Kungfors Spinning Mill, 1% Jiges " Steam Boiler at, 576 11

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  • Napier (N.Z.) Harbour Development Scheme. 593
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Co Ltd.. Vertical Six-cylinder " F.A." Type 335 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v; 5 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 456; 28 B.H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, 456; 37-40 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v; 120 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Vertical Marine Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v, viii
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Cranes, 520
  • Negretti and Zambra, Ltd., Recording Thermometer, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, x; Temperature Recorder, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, x
  • Neill, James, and Co(Sheffield), Ltd., "Eclipse " 48 Tool, (579)
  • New Process Welders, Ltd., Spot Welders, 301
  • Newmarket Colliery, Wakefield, Chance Coal Washing Plant at. G.E.C., Ltd. (Fraser and Chalmers Branch), 92
  • Newton and Bennett, Ltd., Automatic Clutch for Motor Vehicles, 469
  • Newtons of Taunton, Ltd., High-frequency Electric Tools, 250; Mercury Arc Rectifier, 250; Oxide Cathode Rectifier, 250
  • Nilsson, Major Ernst, Traneberg Arch Bridge, Stockholm, 258, 261
  • Northern Counties Committee, Ireland, 2-6-0 Superheater Locomotives Built at Derby, 96

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  • OBERHANSLI 120 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 134
  • Oerlikon, Ltd., Hydro-electric Generator for Beauharnois Power Station, 618, 622
  • Oldham Gasworks at Higginshaw, 348, 358
  • Ormandy, Dr. W. R., and Dr. J. Burns, Coal-oil Mixtures, 390
  • Ormerod Shapers, Ltd., 321n. Heavy Duty Crank Shaper, 42
  • Oversea Mechanical Transport Council, Tractor for 15-Ton Overseas Transport Unit, 55, 62 (Two-page Supplement, July 2181, 1933)
  • Owens, Dr. J. S., Instrument for Measuring Smoke, 40
  • Ozonair, Ltd., Heating and Ventilating Plant, 224; Plant for Treatment of Foul Odours, 225

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  • Pagefield Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., 7-Ton Light Six-wheeled Lorry, 487
  • Parker, Frederick, Ltd., Multi-bucket Excavator, 518
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co.. Ltd.. Boroscope. Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xiv; Model of R4 30,000-kW Turbo-alternator, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv; 25-kVA Polo Mounting Transformer, Suppt., September 8th, 1933. xiv; Water Gauge Protector, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co, Ltd. Marine Steam Turbines, 228; " Simplex Unit " System for Cargo Boats, 228
  • Parsons Steam Turbine, Development of thi• Editorial Announcement, 623, 645
  • Paterson Engineering Co, Ltd.. Automatic Chloronome, 502; Gaseous Ammoniator, 503; Sterlisation of Water Supplies 502
  • Paterson, It., High-speed Oil Engine Design, 134; (Loading Article, 139) : (Note, 222)
  • Perman and Co., Ltd., 150 B.H.P. British Kromhout Oil Engine, 274
  • Petters Ltd., 1-kW Lighting Sot, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iv.; Oil Engines. 66, 519; 4 B.H.P. Marine Petrol Engine, Suppt., September 8th. 1933, iv; 5 B.H.P. Engine. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iv, viii; 6 B.H.P. "Atomic " Engine, 519; Four-cylinder 40 B.H.P. High-speed Two-stroke C.T. Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iv : It Four-cylinder 195 B.H.P. Direct Reversing and Cold-starting Marino Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iv; 1-Ton Auto-truck, 66
  • Petty, Thomas, Tube Diameter and Heat Transmission, 54
  • Philips Industrial, Rectifier Welding Set, 167
  • Phillips Lamps, Ltd., Rectifier Welding Set, Suppt., September 8th, 1933. v • X-ray and Welding Equipment, Suppt., September 8th. 1933, iv
  • " Phoenix " Steel, Steel, Pooch and Tozer, Ltd . 58
  • Pickles, J. T.," Lynx " Motor Saw, 169
  • Plenty and Son, Ltd., Engines for Twin-ser,'N% Tug " Sir Guthrie Russell," 68
  • Pollard, Professor A. F. C., Kinematic Design in Engineering, 458
  • Post Office Research Station, Dollis Hill, 40 408
  • Poultney, E. C.. Recent American Express s,Locomotives, 614, 637 S.
  • Power Contracts (Batwin). Ltd., Split-phase. s, Induction-repulsion, D.C. and Capacitator Motors, 302
  • Praetorius, Dipl.-Ingenieur E., " Jiges " Steam Boiler, 576
  • Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., Drawilw office Printing and Developing Apparatus, 302, 310
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., Grab with Planing Action, 316
  • " Princess Royal," Trial Trip of L.M.S. 4-6-2 Locomotive, 151
  • Principality Wagon Co, Ltd., 114)V i II Floor Discharging Body, 472
  • Pyrcne Co, Ltd., Parkorising Tests oil Weathering of Paints, 431, (579)

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  • RADLEY, W. G., and S. Whitehead, Telephone Interference, 655
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 1-Ton Truck Type Mobile Crane, 454; Tilting Drum Concrete S Mixer, 463
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., Double- S decker Trollybuses. 471; Electric Truck, 471; Four-wheel Regenerative Trollybus Chassis, 471: Hornsby-Leake Seed Drill, 31, 32
  • Reavell, William, Position of British Engineering Industries. 388
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Air-compressing Plant, 279; Air Compressors, 602; Portable Oil Engine Driven Compressor, 279; Reavell- 5 Ascania Regulator, 279; Rolling Drum Type Compressor, 279; Three-cylinder Air Compressor, 279 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933); 1600 Cubic Foot Motor-driven Compressor, 279
  • Redfield, Lieut.-Commander H. J., Parallel coOperation of Single-stage Boiler Feed Pumps, 649
  • Reed, Brian, Modern European Locomotive Practice, 176, 186, 200 .1
  • Rendel, Palmer and Tritton Haifa Harbour Works. 426, 432
  • Renold and Coventry Chain Co, Ltd., Chain Clutch, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii; Chain Driven Systems, 381; Power Transmission Chains, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Electric Water :1 Heaters. 341; Electrical Plugs and Sockets, 94
  • Ricardo, H. R., High-speed Marino Oil Engines, 566; (Leading Article, 573)
  • Richards, George, and Co., Ltd.. Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 528
  • Richards Ironworks, Ltd., Motor Trawler "Ala." 555
  • Riley 9 H.P. and 14 H.P. Cars, 380
  • Ringmor and District Electrification Scheme. Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 364
  • Roadless Traction, Ltd., Caterpillar Track, 8
  • Robertson, Dr. David, Whirling of Shaft with Skew Stiffness, 152, 179, 213
  • Robertson and Co., Ltd., W. H. A., High-speed Wire-drawing Bench, 95
  • Robey, E. W., and W. F. Harlow, Heat Liberation and Transmission in Boilers, 524, 531, 552
  • Robinson, Thomas, and Sons, Ltd., Railws. Sleeper Adzing and Boring Machine, 190, 191; Two Wood-working Machines. 142; Vertical Band Sawing Machine, 29
  • Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd., Deeolorising Apparatus, 515
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Derby, 8. 28. 66
  • Russell, Robert, Force, Shrinkage anasion Fits, 604
  • Russell, Captain, S. P. B., " Alumalloy Semi-weld Solder, 327; " Alumalloy " Tinning Fluid, 327
  • Russian Oil Products, Ltd., Oils, 330
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Dipper Dredger for-Shannon Power Scheme, 7 : 3 Cubic Yitni Electric Navvy, 168
  • Ruston-Bucyrus Company and R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co. Ltd., 8 Cubic Yard Dipper Dredger " Dragon." 132. 133
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Oil Engines. 452 : 16-20 H.P. Oil Engine Locomotive, 452: 96-104 B.H.P. Six-cylinder. Oil Engine, 281; 150 B.H.P. Five-cylinder Oil Engine Generator Set, 281 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933) : Roller for Grass Work, 452
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. and Ruston-Lister Marine Co, Ltd., 7 B.H.P. Single-cylinder Oil Engine, 281: Twin-cylinder 10-16 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 415; 35 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Oil Engine. 281
  • Ryburn Reservoir for Wakefield's Water Supply, 284, 287

S

T

  • Tangyes, Ltd., Garage Equipment, 471 Hydraulic Car Lift, 381; Hydraulic Press, 578; 140 B.H.P., Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 471
  • Tata Iron and Steel Co, Ltd., Lodgc-Cottrell, Ltd., Blast-furnace Gas-cleaning Plant, 193
  • Taylor, Dr. E. McKenzie, and Harbans Lal Uppal, Flow of Water in Sand, 107
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Electric Etching Machine, 556
  • Tees Towing Co, Ltd., Oil-electric Tug "Acklam Cross." Hall, Russell and Co., Ltd-, 239
  • Telephone Manufacturing Co, Ltd., A.C. and Battery-operated Synchronous Clocks. 253; Intercommunicating Telephones, 253; Noise-proof Telephones, 253
  • Tonsometer, Ltd., Elongation and Reduction Gauges, 328: Hounsfield Tensomoter, 328; Shoot Metal Test-piece Chucks, 328
  • Thames Board Mills, Ltd., 165in. Paper Board Machines at., Charles Walmsley and Co. Ltd., 70
  • Thames Bridges at Chiswick, Hampton Court and Twickenham. 17
  • Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., " Flexo " Bolt Dressing, S ppt., September 81h, 1933, xvi; "Flex° " Tinning Compound, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi; " Koster " Solders, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi
  • Thompson Associated Companies, Ltd., John, Dejector Scale Proventer, 275; Gas Welded Annealing Cover, 275; Konnicot Pressure-type Water Softener, 275; Pressed Dished End, 275; Vortical Economic Boiler Adapted for Marine Work, 275: 750 lb. Pressure Fusion Welded Drum, 275
  • Thompson, P. W., and R. M. Van Duzer, Junr., High-temperature Steam Experiences at Detroit, 619
  • Thornton, A. G.. Ltd., Slide Rule Magnifying Attachment, 342
  • Thorpe. W. H., The Marquis of Worcester, and Vauxhall, 141
  • 'Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Motor Yacht " Trenora," 109 Paraffin Marine Engines, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi "Stag " Insulated 12-Ton Box Van, 473 : 12 Cubic Yard Refuse Collector, 452; 2-Ton Handy Platform Lorry, 473; Four-cylinder 38 B.H.P. Oil Engine, Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xv; 50-65 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Marine Oil Engine. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, viii.xv; 100 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, 474
  • Traneberg Arch Bridge, Stockholm, Major Ernst Nilsson, 258, 261
  • Transplanters Ltd., " Robot " Planter. 66, 67
  • Tratman, E. E. R., Vertical Lift Drawbridges. 562. 572, 586
  • "Trenora " Motor Yacht, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 109
  • Triplex Safety Glass Co. Ltd., Toughened Glass, 381
  • Turbine Furnace Co, Ltd., Furnace Suitable for Marine Boiler, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vii
  • Twickenham Bridge, 17

U

V

  • VARGON Hydro-electric Power Station, 448. 449, 482, 494
  • Varley Pumpsand Engineering. Ltd., Motor-driven Positive Displacement Pump, 301
  • Vasteras Steam Power Plant in Southern Sweden, 81
  • Verdon, Ocean Port of Lo, 203, 210
  • Vickors-Carden-Loyd Tractor Truck and Trailer for Long Loads, 82
  • Vickers Ltd., Official Statement, 232
  • Victoria, Southern Railway, 13 ffer Stogy) Collision, Colonel Woodhouses' Report. 33'2, (333)
  • Vitry Locomotive Testing Station. 462. 465
  • "Vouga " Portuguese Destroyer. Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 112

W

Y

Z

Subjects

A

  • ABRASIVE Cleaning Machine " Airless Wheelabrator ", (185)
  • Abrasive Paper, " Electrocating " Process for, (521)
  • Acetylene Blow-pipe for Repairing Copper Locomotive Fire-boxes, (621)

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aerodrome at Southend, (643)
  • Aerodrome for Shanghai, (621)
  • Aerodrome near Colombo, Ceylon, (621)
  • Aeronautical Research Report for 1932-33, 214
  • Aeroplane, Fast Passenger, 175
  • Aeroplane " K 7 " Completed at Kharkov Factory, (493)
  • Aeroplanes, Nicholas Florine's Invention fur Hovering of, (431)
  • Aeroplanes Driven by Man Power, Comeet i tion by Frankfurt Polytechnic Societ v. (113)
  • African Air Mail, Cap© Town to London lit Ten Days, (11)
  • Aircraft Achievements, 51
  • Aircraft at Sea, Use of, 163
  • Aircraft Industry in France, Position of, 221
  • Aircraft Performance of British Machine,. (493)
  • Air Lines, American Rail and, 54
  • Air Mail Pillar-boxes, Additional, (209)
  • Air Routes of Europe, (209)
  • Air Service between Cairo-Luxor and
  • Assuan, (621)
  • Air Services, London, Southampton, Portsmouth, and Plymouth, (209)
  • Airways Routes to Egypt, India, Burinah and Africa, Increased Traffic on Imperial. (431)
  • American Rail and Air Lines, 54
  • Anti-aircraft Batteries for Portuguese Government, British, (137)
  • Atlantic Flight by Italian Squadron, 127, 151
  • Competition for Airship Hangars, U.S.S.R.. (595)
  • Croydon to Sydney in Fourteen Days, (113)
  • Fighting Aircraft and Diving Tests, (113)
  • Flying Boats for Turkish Government, (521)
  • Gliding Altitude Record, (185)
  • Great Britain's Export of Aircraft, (490)
  • Indian Air Mail, Expeditious Delivery between Karachi and London, (35)
  • Italian Seaplane Flight, 151
  • Landing Grounds in United States, (643)
  • Lindbergh's 715 H.P. Aeroplane Engine,
  • Lightest in World, Colonel, (643)
  • Mammoth Aeroplane Building at Kharkov, (309)
  • Northern Transatlantic Mail and Passenger Aerial Service, (61)
  • Royal Air Force, Central Flying School. "Coming-of-Age " Dinner. (439)
  • Royal Air Force, Stores Officers, (72)
  • Royal Italian Air Force Flight to Chicago, 51
  • Seaplane Floats, Tests of Stainless Steel and
  • Shot-welded, (11)
  • Seaplanes and Glidi Boats, Influence of Bottom Breadth on : ehaviour of, Dr. Ing.
  • W. Sottarf, 14
  • Silencing Aircraft, A. H. Davis, 316
  • Zeppelin Airship Services in S. America, (233)
  • Zeppelin Building in Germany to Accommodate Fifty Passengers, (257)
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery, Bamfords, Ltd.. 66
  • Agricultural Machinery Testing Committee. (256)
  • Air, Parity in the, 573
  • Air Conditioning and Relief from Hay Fever and
  • Asthma, (161)
  • Air Turbines for Driving Grinding Spindles. (383)
  • Alcohol Distilleries in Irish Free State, Industrial, (283)
  • Allen, W. H., Sons, and Co., Ltd., Twenty-first
  • Annual Dinner of Past and Present Students. (546)
  • Alloy in Case-hardening Steels in High-grade Gear Work, (493)
  • Alloys, Research into Creep Resistance of, (113)
  • Aluminium, Welding and Soldering Paste for, (209)
  • Aluminium Alloys, Restriction in Use of, (35)
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, Surface Treatment of, (493)
  • Aluminium Floor for Pittsburg Bridge, (621)
  • Aluminium from Low-grade Clays, Russian Research on, (621)
  • Aluminium Plant Started by Dneiper Aluminium Combine, (61)
  • Aluminium Sheet with Satin Surface for Drawing Purposes, (113)
  • Amalgamation of Ross Institute and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Confirmed, (547)

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • American Tramway Construction, 205
  • Engine Driven by Sewage Gas, 205
  • Steel Shapes for Machine Frames, 205
  • Waterworks Pumps, 205
  • ANALYSER, Power Factor, Finder and Circuit, Elliott Bros. (London), Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vi
  • Anti-noise League, Formation of, (521)
  • Anti-vibration Attachment for Oil Engine Generator Set, W. Christie and Grey, Ltd., 144
  • Ammonia Sulphate Factory for Japan, (571)
  • Annealing Cover, Gas-welded, Thompson Associated Companies, Ltd., 275
  • Architects, Admission to Statuary Register, (457)
  • Armoured Rubber Pipes, Experiments Singapore. (383)
  • Asbestos Production in Canada, (595)
  • Ash Content of Domestic Coke, G. E. Foxwell,

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED INDUSTRIES :
  • Research on Steels for High Temperatures. 642, 654; (Leading Article, 549)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ENGINEERS' :
  • Position of British Engineering Industries,
  • William Roavell, 388
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH STEELWORK :
  • Modern Factory Design, Professor Mali.Leibnitz, (368)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Rural Water Suplies, 93; Hydro-Geological Surveys, 94; Pooling of Supplies : " The Grid " in Miniature, T. Maryland, 93
  • ASSOCIATION, CAST CONCRETE PRODUCTS
  • Crazing, Dr. Stradling on Cause of, (431)
  • ASSOCIATION, CAST IRON RESEARCH :
  • Presidential Address, Major F. A. Freeth, 475
  • ASSOCIATION, COPPER DEVELOPMENT :
  • Architectural Adviser, Mr. B. Marriott., (407)
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS :
  • Summer Meeting at Portsmouth, 96
  • ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE:BRITISH :
  • Annual Meeting at Leicester, 223, 235, 237, (257), 264, 285, 292
  • Papers :
  • Growth of Scientific " .Jargon," 285
  • Must Science Ruin Economic Progress ? Sir Josiah Stamp, 294; (Leading Article, 286)
  • Science and Progress, 285, 294
  • Television, Present Position of, Major Church, (309)
  • Section le :
  • Organisation as a Technical Problem, Dr. E. F. Armstrong's Remarks, 254
  • Section 4:
  • Aircraft Noise, Reduction of, S. Capon, 255
  • Film in Engineering, Discussion on The, 255
  • Legal Aspect of River Pollution, with Special References to tho Rivers Pollution Prevention Act, H. F. Atter, 264
  • Lenses, William Taylor, 254
  • Machinery for Dealing with Sewage, H. It Lupton, 265
  • Mechanisation of Knitting, John (11:1,ititif •r lain, 254
  • Sea Defences and Reclamation of Land from the Sea, M. Du-Plat-Taylor, 293
  • Sewage Treatment and Disposal, Discussion, 264
  • Ship Canals. Walton Maughan, 293
  • Shoe Manufacturing Machinery, Joseph Gouldbourn, 292
  • Steel Embrittlement, A. M. Kay and R. N. Arnold, 314
  • Unemployment, Great Engineering 'Works of Profit as Cure for, Professor Miles Walker, 292
  • Work of Safety in Mines Research Board. 292
  • Section J :
  • Motion Study Applied to Small Assembly and Machine Work, Miss A. G. Shaw, 254
  • ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE, AND ART, DEVONSHIRE :
  • Presidential Address, William Froude, Professor Sir Westcott Stile Abell, 110
  • ASSOCIATION OF COLLIERY MANAGEits, NATIONAL :
  • Breakdown of Pumps at. Throckloy t, A. B. Hare, (551)
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, (603)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Constantine Medal Awarded to S. N. Brayshaw, Design and Operation of Industrial Furnaces, (428)
  • ASSOCIAIION OF FLOOR CONSTRUCTORS :
  • Advantages of Using Reinforced Concrete, &c., in Place of Wood, (11)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES ANI) INFORMATION BUREAUX :
  • Annual Conference at Bristol. 122
  • CIRCLE, ENGINEERS' GERMAN :
  • Visit to Southainpton Docks, 223
  • Inaugural Lecture, Dr. Nagel, 391
  • Developments in Design of Cold Rolling Mills, F. W. Fass, (476)
  • Dinner and Dance, (556)
  • Improvement of Ships' Plans, Dr.-Lug.
  • Eberhard Westphal, (606)
  • Berlin :
  • Modern Motive Power Developments. Dr. S. J. Davies, (606)

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Andrew Carnegie Research Fund, (606)
  • Autumn Meeting, Papers for Discussion, 169
  • Research on Steels for High Temperatures, 542, 554; (Leading Article, 549)
  • The Williams Prize Awarded to D. F. Marshall and A. Robinson, (504)
  • Autumn Meeting at Sheffield, 287
  • Opening Sessions, 287, 305
  • Papers :
  • Alloys of Iron Research : Part XI., The Constitution of the Alloys of Iron and Manganese, Dr. Marie Gaylor, 306
  • Beryllium on Steel, Influence of, J. H. S. Dickenson and Dr. H. W. Hatfield, 305
  • Blast-furnace Gas, Notes on Utilisation of, W. B. Baxter, 289
  • Coke-fired Reheating Furnace, F. Lloyd and Professor R. V. Wheeler, 306
  • Co-ordinated Heat Conservation at Normanby Park Steel Works, Scunthorpe, W. J. Brooke, 288
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Fifth Report. 305
  • Nitrogen-hardened Cast Iron, Some Experiments on the Resistance to Heat of, J. E. Hurst, 306, 337
  • Visits and Excursions, 289
  • INSTITUTE., PERMANENT WAY :
  • Mr. A. R. Cooper to Remain President for Another Year, (621)
  • INSTITUTE, SOUTH AFRICAN FUEL RESEARCH:
  • Programme for 1933, (35)
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN :
  • Some Engineering Works in Czeclioslovakia, T. Makemson, 651
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (406)
  • Melchett Lecture, Sir John Cadman,
  • Place of Oil in the World of Fuel, (383), 387
  • Presidential Address, Fuel and Man, Sir William J. Larks, 386
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Coal-oil Mixtures, Dr. W. R. Ormandy and Dr. J. Burns, 390
  • Presidential Address, Sir George Higgins, 342
  • Regulations for Admission of Students. (332), (357)
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, A. C. Hardy, 266
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Silver Jubilee Meeting at Birmingham, 306; Programme, (98)
  • Autumn Lecture, Twenty-five Years' Progress in Metallurgical Plant, W. R. Barclay, 306, 312
  • Papers :
  • Green Patina on Copper, Note on, Examples from Elan Valley and Dundalk. Dr. W. H. J. Vernon, 308
  • Magnesium Alloy Protection by Selenium and Other Coating Processes, Dr. Bengough and Mr. Whitby, 308
  • Metallurgical Progress, 1908-1933, Some Stops in, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 306
  • Porosity in Aluminium and Copper Ingots, Further Observations on Distribution of, Notes on Inverse Segregation, N. P. Allen, 307
  • Precipitation - hardening Nickel • Copper Alloys Containing Alluminium, Messrs. Jones, Pfeil, and Griffiths, 306
  • Temper-hardening Copper Alloys Containing Addition of Nickel and Aluminium, Properties of Some, Messrs. Browndon, Cook, and Miller, 306
  • Wear in Polishing of Plated and Other Surfaces, Dr. O. F. Hudson, 307
  • Wire Drawing, Experiments in, W. E. Atkins and W. Cartwright, 308
  • Visits, 306
  • INSTITUTE OF PATENT AGENTS, CHARTERED :
  • Annual Dinner, (425)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • A. E. Tattersall Elected a Fellow, (431)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Presidential Address, Thirty-five Years on the 'Railway—and After, William Whitelaw, 367; (Loading Article, 359)
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN :
  • Christmas Lectures by Sir James Jowl,. 580
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (492)
  • Presidential Address, Waste in Manufacture, C. R. F. Engelbach, 336; (Leading Article, 359)
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Associate Membership Examination, (442)
  • Engineering in Service of Chemical Research, Professor G. T. Morgan, 438
  • Selenium Process for Protection of Magnesium Alloys Against Marine Corrosion, Messrs. Bengough and Whitby, (621)
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Award of Coopers Hill Memorial Prize for 1932, (532)
  • Presidential Address, Sir Henry Percy Maybury, 460
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address, P. V. Hunter, 441, (461)
  • Scholarships Awarded, 1933, 392
  • Sub-Committee on Electrical Interference with Broadcasting, (407)
  • London Students :
  • Smoking Concert, (504)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING INSPECTION :
  • C. Strachey Hawden Elected President, (333)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Air-lift Pumps in London Area, A. C. Judd, (407)
  • Modern System of Education, K. W. Willans, (366)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • Scholarship Awards, (392)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND:
  • Liquid Fuels from Coal for Naval Purposes.
  • Eng.-Captain S. H. Dunlop, 568
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERs :
  • Autumn Meeting Programme, 406
  • Visit to Canada and United States, (257)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (435)
  • Heat Liberation and Transmission in
  • Large Steam Generating Plants. E. W. Roboy and W. F. Harlow, 524, 531, 552
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture, Kinematic Design in Engineering, Professor A. F. C. Pollard, 458
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, Marine Oil Engines, High-speed, H. R. Ricardo, 566; (Leading Article, 573)
  • North-Western Branch :
  • Force, Shrinkage and Expansion Fits, Robert Russell, 604
  • Buenos Aires:
  • Diesel-electric Units of the Buenos Aires Groat Southern Railway, P. C. Saccaggio, 579
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • Mayor and Coulson " Travelling Studentship, (368)
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL. ARCHITECTS :
  • Annual Meeting and Summer Meeting, (431)
  • Awards for 1933, 403
  • Scholarships Offered in 1934, (804)
  • INSTITUTION OF SANITARY ENGINEERS :
  • President, Godfrey M. C. Taylor, (415)
  • SOCIETY, ELECTROCHEMICAL (CHICAGO) :
  • Electrochemical Theory of Corrosion, Oliver P. Watts, 267
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Weathering of Building Stones Research. R. J. Schaffer, (61)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN :
  • Marquis of Worcester and Vauxhall, W. H. Thorpe, 141
  • Presidential Address, Technical Museums, H. W. Dickinson, 381
  • Twelfth Annual Report, 570
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL CORNWALL POLYTECHNIC :
  • Application of Science and Industry, Sir Richard Gregory, 77
  • Award of Diplomas, (198)
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL :
  • Derby Show, 8, 28, 66
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL :
  • Reduction of Subscription, (11)
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Application to the Battersea Power Station" of Researches into the Elimination of
  • Noxious Constituents from Flue Gases, and the Treatment of Resulting Effluents, G. W. Howson, S. L. Pearce, A.
  • Pollitt, and R. L. Roes, 32, 33
  • SOCIETE DES INOENIEURS CIVICS DE FRANCE,
  • British Section :
  • Council for 1933-34, (392)
  • Ekcavating Quicksands, Method of, Sir Henry Japp, 398, 422; (Leading Article, 409)—see also Letters to the Editor
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • High-temperature Steam Experience at Detriot, P. W. ThompsoR and R. M. Van Duzer, jun., 619
  • SOCIETY OF UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, ENGINEERING :
  • Fiftieth Anniversary Dinner, (346)
  • SOCIETY FOR PRESERVATION OF OLD SHEFFIELD TOOLS AND MACHINERY
  • Formation of Society. (493)
  • ATMOSPHERIC Pollution, 51
  • Atomisers, Simms Motor Units, Ltd., 381
  • Autoclave Work, Higher Pressures from (461)
  • Automatic Machine for Sorting Sheets, (233)
  • Automobile Engine Research and Standardisation, 127
  • Auto-truck, 1-Ton, Petters, Ltd., 66

B

  • BALL-BEARING Plant in Moscow, (643)
  • Balloon Ascent into Stratosphere, Third, (137)
  • Balloon Ascent into Stratosphere, U.S.S.R., (233)
  • Baroscope, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv
  • Barrage on Euphrates, Habbaniya, Tenders Received for, (621)
  • Barrage, Severn, 223
  • Barter, Inter-Imperial, 223
  • Barter, Inter-Imperial, Lister-Cockstutt. Venture, 223
  • Bathing Pool at Hastings, 206
  • Beam of Light for Safety of Passengers, (309)
  • Beilhy Memorial Fund, Awards for 1932, (24)
  • Belt-dressing, " Flexo," Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi
  • Belt Sander, Open-end, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 225
  • Benzol Production, (521)
  • Benzol Recovery Plant at Dublin, (383)
  • Binding Machine for Drawing, Protector, B. .1 Hall and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Bituminous Sand in Alberta, (431)
  • Blasting at Raynes Quarry, Record, (283)
  • Board of Trade, Conditions for Candidates for First Mate's or Master's Certificate, (595)

BOILERS :

  • Boiler, " Jiges " Steam, Dip. I lig. E. Praetorius, 576
  • Boiler, Johnson Naval Type, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 644, 648
  • Boiler, S.X. Type, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiii
  • Boiler Adapted for Marine Work, Vertical Economic, Thompson Associated Companies, Ltd., 275
  • Boiler Control Apparatus, Automatic, G. Kent, Ltd., 329
  • Boiler Extensions at Hong Kong Electric Light and Power Company, (113)
  • Boiler Firing Equipment (Oil), Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 83
  • Boiler Plant at Wiggins Teape and Co. (1919), Ltd., 65,000 lb., Combustion Steam Generator, Ltd., 110, 114
  • Boilers, Heat Liberation and Transmission in, E. W. Robey and W. F. Harlow, 524, 531, 552
  • Boilers, Marine Water-tube, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiii
  • Boilers for Liners " Alcantara " and "Asturia." Thos. Firth and John Brown, Twelve Hollow-forged Steam Drums for, (407) " jiges " Steam Boiler, Dipl.-Ingenieur E. Praetorius, 576
  • Locomotive Type Boiler, 50 H.P., Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 82
  • Loeffler High-pressure Boiler, Scale Model at Science Museum, (571)
  • Scale in Boilers, Professor F. G. Straub, (113)
  • BOLT Factory at North Acton, British Dardelet Threadlock, Ltd., 158, 159
  • Bore-hole of 2500ft. on Rand, (521)
  • Brick-making Machine, Bennett and Sayer, Ltd., 66
  • Brick-making Works to Use up Oil Shale Refuse, (407)
  • Brickwork, Reinforced, 80

BRIDGES :

  • Bridge, Traneberg Arch, Stockholm, Major, Ernst Nilsson, 258, 261
  • Bridge Across First Narrows, Vancouver, (643)
  • Bridge Across Coral River on Eastern Bengal Railway, Proposed, (521)
  • Bridge at Wyoming Coal Mine made of Scrap, Welded Together, (643)
  • Bridge between Caughnawaga and Ville La Salle, Completion of, (333)
  • Bridge between Troy and Menauds, N.Y. opened, (209)
  • Bridge over Forth at Kincardine, (461)
  • Bridges, Improving Approaches to London Docks by Reconstructing, (137)
  • Bridges on L.M.S. Railway Company Strengthening of, (181), (185)
  • Cantilever Bridge at Howrah, (407)
  • Chiswick Bridge, 17
  • Concrete Arch Bridge over Teesta River, India, (521), (547)
  • Craigavon Bridge, Londonderry, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Forth Road Bridge, 323, 561
  • Golden Gate Bridge, Work Started on Placing Concrete for, (61), 164
  • Hampton Court Bridge, 17
  • Hackensack River Bridge, 586, 587
  • H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Opens Three Thames Bridges, 17
  • Illinois River Highway Lift Bridge, 562, 572
  • James River Vertical Lift Bridge, 562, 572
  • Louisville Lever-Operated Lift Bridge, 586
  • Marlow Bridge, Strengthening of, (35)
  • Middlesbrough Bridge, Opening by Duchess of York, (643)
  • Nebrudda Bridge, India, Construction of, (35,) I
  • North Bridge, Edinburgh, Opened for Traffic, (521)
  • Pearl River, Canton, Scherzer Rolling Type Bridge over, (61)
  • Railway Bridge near Mandalay, (35)
  • Road Bridge over River Teesta Opened, Reinforced Concrete, (521), (547)
  • Scotswood Suspension Bridge Closed for Repairs, (407)
  • Storstrom Bridge, Further Details of, 44
  • Tranebergssund Concrete Bridge, (185)
  • Twickenham Bridge, 17
  • Vertical Lift Bridge at Kawasaki Harbour , (643)

BRIDGES (continued)

  • Vertical Lift Drawbridges in America, E. R. Tratman, 562, 572, 586
  • Waterloo Bridge, L.C.C. Proposal for, (407)
  • BRIGHTON Corporation Presents Southern Railway's a.s. Brighton " with Painting, ( 621 )
  • British Engineering Industries, Position of, William Reavell, 388
  • British Engineering Products, Quality of, 317

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION :

  • Aeronautical Terms, Uric i 11 standard, Glossary of, 95
  • Chairman of General Council Elected, Mr. E. J. Elford, (76)
  • Half-yearly Handbook, (318)
  • Specifications :
  • Asphalt, Two-coat, and Single-coat, (Cold Process), 504
  • Cast Iron Airbricks and Gratings, 68
  • Cast Iron Drain Pipes, 67
  • Cast Iron Manhole Covers and Frames, 2fo;
  • Cement Concrete Pipes and Tubes, 68
  • Creosote Fuel, 368
  • Definitions and Symbols for Welding and Cutting, 308
  • Files and Rasps, 133
  • Fittings for Double-capped Tubular Lamps, 44
  • Girder Bridges, 67
  • Graphical Symbols, 268
  • Insulating Varnish, 570
  • Larch Poles, 517
  • Lead Traps, 439
  • Leclanche-type Primary Cells, 628
  • Light Alloy Castings for Aircraft Purposes. 368
  • Notched Bar Impact Pieces, 241
  • Precast Concrete Slabs. 19
  • Relays for Signalling, 628
  • Road Traffic Signals, 476
  • Rubber Conveyor and Elevator Belting, 19
  • Rubber Tubing for Petrol, 570
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coke, 67
  • Samplings of Coal, 368
  • Steel Railway Sleepers, 406
  • Tars for Road Purposes, 308
  • Tungsten Filament Electric Lamps, Addendum (C.D. 833), 241
  • Weldless Steel Boiler and Superheater Tubes. 67
  • BRITISH Oxygen Company, Ltd., Annual Dinner, (606)
  • British Russian Gazette Luncheon, (560)
  • British Trade with Russia, (87)
  • Bromine Plant for Palestine Potash, Ltd., (595)
  • Building Feat by Dorman, Long and Co. at Avonmouth, (546)
  • Building Stones, Research on Weathering of, (61)
  • Buoys and Tanks, Welded, John Bellamy, Ltd., 143
  • Burner for Coal Gas, Special, (
  • Burner for Creosote Oil, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., 144
  • Burr Steno Mill, Vertical Spindle, T. C. Lennan 41
  • Business Conditions in Canada, 232
  • Business Forecast of F.B.I., 127
  • Busk Studentships in Aeronautics, Awarded to Leslie Howarth, 1933-34, (113)

C

  • CABLE Relaying at Chancery-lane, 136
  • Caisson Floated into Position at King George Graving Dock, Southampton, 199
  • Calcium Chloride and Gravel Roads, (571)
  • Calcined Magnesite, Great Britain's Imperil; of, (87)
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 630, 649
  • Cam Mechanism for Hackbridge A.C. Regulator, 613

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Beauharnois Increases Capital, 356
  • Bridge Over St. Lawrence, Progress of, :356
  • British Exhibits in Canada, 356
  • Canadian Coal in Gasworks, 266
  • Cement-coated Nails, 594
  • Churchill Water Supply, 169
  • Development of Newfoundland's Resources, 391
  • Domestic Coal for Coking Plant, 169
  • Electric Railways, 594
  • Electricity, Municipalisation of, 594
  • Engineering Standards, 391
  • First Transatlantic Steamer, " Royal
  • William," 266
  • Harbour Improvements at Saint John, 69
  • Highways, 391
  • Lumber, 356
  • Magnesium Products Industry, 169
  • Montreal Water Level Problems, 594
  • Reservoir Completed at Battlefields Park, 266
  • Safety Record at Lysaght Dominion Sheet Metal Corporation's Works, 69
  • St.. Lawrence Channel Deepened, 594
  • steel Rail Order, Valuable, 69
  • Vehicular Bridge Over St. Lawrence, 266
  • Water Supply for City of Niagara, 266
  • Water Tunnel Completed at Vancouver, 169
  • CANADIAN Manufacturing Industries and Use of Electricity, (61)
  • Canadian Mint to Refine United States Gold, Decision for Royal, (309)

CANALS :

  • Canal, Start of Dortmund-Ems, (309)
  • Canal Borne Traffic, (209)
  • Canal from Gulf of Finland to Ladoga Lake, (161)
  • Canal Lift Lock, 1000-Ton, Niederfinon, 36, 44
  • Canal Traffic Through London, (431)
  • Canals, Electric Traction on, 211
  • Ship Canal Across Florida Peninsula, (571
  • CANNING Fruit and Vegetables in England and Wales, Seventy-two Factories for, (113)
  • Car Lift, Hydraulic, Tangyes Ltd., 381
  • Carbon Dioxide at Krynitsa, Solidified, (257)
  • Cargo of Soft Wood Imported to London Docks, Largest, (383)
  • Case-hardening, Improved Methori of, (547) I
  • Casting for Pump Bed-plate, Intricate, English Steel Corporation, 530
  • Catalogues, 72, 217, 242, 318, 391, 476, 492, 630
  • Cement Output at Ketton, (431)
  • Cement Plant at Saichuen, Extension of, (333)
  • Centenary Celebrations of Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., 469
  • Centreless Grinding in Cylinder Work, (283)
  • Centrifuge, De-waxing, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd., 83
  • Centrifuge, Laboratory, Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd., 303
  • Centrifuge, 65in. Bulk, Super-Centrifugal Engineers, Ltd., 303, 310
  • Ceramic Bodies for Electrical Heating Devices, (137), (205)
  • Chain Blocks, 1 and 8 Tons, Foundry Equipment, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi
  • Chain-driven Systems, Renold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., 381
  • Chain or Pulley Blocks, Origin to be Marked on, (547)
  • Chadwick Public Lectures, 338
  • Channel of Charles River to be Diverted, (547)
  • Chains, Power Transmission, Renold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., Suppt. September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Chassis—see Motor Vehicles (Road)
  • Chemical Discharge Valve, " L.H." Patent Positive. United Water Softeners, Ltd.. 227
  • Chemical Factory in Bulgaria, (431)
  • Chemical Fertiliser Factories in Soviet, Three, (643)
  • Chemical Institute at Leningrad, (87)
  • Chemical Research, Engineering in Service of, Professor G. T. Morgan, 438
  • Chlorination Plant, Bell Brothers (N1ancliester, 1927), Ltd., 519
  • Chloronome, Automatic, Paterson Engineering Company, Ltd., 502
  • Chromium Coatings, Treatment of, (209)
  • Cleansing Apparatus for Auto-trucks, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 455
  • Clock and Automatic Control Panel, Master. Thomas Mercer, 248
  • Clock at Merton College, Oxford, Electrical, Synchronome Company, 158
  • Clock for Eiffel Tower, Electrically Operated, (233)
  • Clock for Paddington Station, Chronoscope, Gillett and Johnston, 315
  • Clocks, A.C. and Batter-operated Synchronous, Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 253
  • Clutch, Automatic Centrifugal, Henry Lindsay, 364
  • Clutch. Chain, Renold and Coventry _Chain Company, Ltd., Suppe., September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Clutch for Motor Vehicles, Automatic, Newton and Bennett. Ltd., 469

COAL AND COKE :

  • Analysis of Coal and Coke, Fuel Research Survey Paper, No. 29, 476
  • Analysis of Coal and Coke, Magnitude of Experimental Errors, (643)
  • Anti-breakage Coal Box, Roes', (223)
  • Anti-coal-breakage Appliances at North Shields, (643)
  • Back-to-Coal Movement, Agitation for Deputation to Board of Admiralty, (209)
  • Carbonising Plant at Tottenham, (621)
  • Carbonising Plant at Oldham Gasworks, Woodall-Duckharn Vertical Retort and Oven Company (1920), Ltd., 348
  • Chalainer Coal Mine of Chinese Eastern Railway to Reopen, (309)
  • Coal, Hydrogenation of Bituminous, K. Gordon at World Petroleum Congress, 191
  • Coal, Use of, 481
  • Coal and Coke Research, (461)
  • Coal Ash, Research on, (185)
  • Coal and Carbonaceous Shale Discovered at Driefontein, Transvaal, (595)
  • Coal and Coke Shipments from Newcastle, (643)
  • Coal Carbonisation Plant at Regina, (461)
  • Coal Cleaning at Newmarket Colliery, Wakefield, General Electric Company, Ltd. (Fraser and Chalmers Branch), 92
  • Coal Deposits of Faroe Islands, (547)
  • Coal Discovered in Greece, (571)
  • Coal Discovered at, Mikhailovsk, (571)
  • Coal Distillation Factory near Irvine, (357)
  • Coal Dust as Fertiliser, (407)
  • Coal Exports from Blythe, (643)
  • Coal from myth Pit, (461)
  • Coal Meter, Romer-Lea." 302
  • Coal Mine Explosion Caused by Electric Spark at West Cannock, (407)
  • Coal for Naval Purposes, Liquid Fuels from, Eng.-Captain S. H. Dunlop, 568
  • Coal-oil Developments, 509
  • Coal-oil Mixtures, Dr. W. R. Ormandy and Dr. J. Burns, 390
  • Coal Output. for 1932,223
  • Coal Pit of Cowpen oal Company, (521)
  • Coal Resources in Ashland Coalfield, Montana, (407)
  • Coal Stoker, Automatic, Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., 29
  • Coal Transport by head Saves Stoke-oil-Trent City Council Large Sums, (137)
  • Coal Washing for Coke, 71
  • " Coalite " Demonstration Plant at Lens, France, (595)
  • Coke-handling and Grading Plant at Beektort, (87)
  • Coke Ovens at Gartsberrie Works, Coat-bridge, (87)
  • Coking Plant at Manners Main Collieries, Simon-Carves, Ltd., 291
  • Colliery Apparatus. Horace (heaves and Co., Ltd., 67
  • Colliery Practice in France, 387
  • Cost of Pulverising Coal, 46
  • Domestic Coke, Ash Content of. G. E. Foxwell, 5
  • Dusting in Mines to Prevent Explosions, (493)
  • Electricity in Mines, 199
  • Ignition of Firedamp, Prevention of, (621)
  • Ignition of Firedamp by Filaments of Broken Electric Lamp Bulbs, G. Allsop and T. S. E. Thomas, (461)
  • Mines Rescue Station for Lancashire and Cheshire at Boothstown, (461)

'COAL AND COKE (continued) :

  • Power Plant in 03tran-Karwin Coalfield, Trebovice, (521)
  • Pulverised Coal for Use in Carlton Main Colliery Company, (137)
  • Pulverised Coal Storage Bin Indicator. Elliott Bros. (London), Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vi
  • Seam of Coal Discovered at Denton Colliery, Cumberland, (571)
  • Slack Coal as Soil Fertiliser, Australian, (161)
  • Technical Development and Research of Various Aspects of Coal Utilisation, (35)
  • Vertu Process of Coal Distillation, (233)
  • West 'Yorkshire Coalowners and Amalgamation. (571)
  • COACH, " Hera " 32-Seater Luxury. Gilford Motor Company, Ltd., 428, 429
  • Cobalt Production in N. Rhodesia, (431)
  • Coil Winder, Cries Cross, Automatic Coil Winder and Electrical Equipment Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, i
  • College for Birmingham, Technical, Commercial and Art, (113)
  • Columns, Strength of Thin Cylindrical Shells Used as, (35)
  • Commercial Van, " Pug " 2-Ton, Commer Cars, Ltd., 470
  • Comparator, " Aptol " Oiliness, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Ltd., 579
  • Compasses. Ships', Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, i
  • Compressed Air Cylinders, Testing, 509
  • Compressed Gas Filling Station at Chesterfield, 509

COMPRESSORS. AIR AND GAS :

  • Air Compressing Plant, Air Pumps. Ltd., 519
  • Air Compressing Plant, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 279
  • Air Compressin Set. Portable, Lead Wool Company, Ltd., 455
  • Air Compressing Unit, Broom and Wade, Ltd.. 501
  • Air Compressor, Portable, Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 519
  • Air Compressor. Portable Electric, Atlas Diesel Company. Ltd.,519
  • Air Compressors. Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 300
  • Air Compressors, British Oxygen Company.Ltd., 274
  • Air Compressors. Wm. Reavell and Co., Ltd., 502
  • Air Compressors, Portable, Lacy Hulbert and Co., Ltd.. 249
  • Compressor, Air-cooled, Lacy, Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 249
  • Compressors, Portable Oil Engine Driven. Reavell and Co., Ltd., 279
  • Compressor, Rolling Drum Type, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 279
  • Compressor, Sleeve-Valve, Broom and Wade, Ltd.,280 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Compressor, Three-cylinder Air, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 279 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Compressor, 1500 Cubic Feet Motor-driven, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 279
  • Compressor Set, Portable Petrol Engine Driven, Aerostyle, Ltd., 226
  • Compressor Unit, Automatic. B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., 364
  • Compressors, Single-cylinder, Lacy, Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 249
  • Compressor, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 274 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • CONCRETE, Cooling of Boulder Dam, (35)
  • Concrete, Influence of Temperature on, (461)
  • Concrete, Ready-mixed, 193
  • Concrete Mixer, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 502
  • Concrete Mixer, Portable, Liner Concrete Machinery Company, 500
  • Concrete Mixer, Tilting Drum, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.. 453
  • Concrete Pouring Skip, }-Yard, R. Hudson, Ltd., and R. H. Neal, Ltd., 454
  • Conduits for Hoover Dam, Steel, Babcock and Wilcox Company of New York, 374. 384
  • Contracts, 20, 76, 102, 126, 127, 146, 198, 222. 242, 268, 298. 318, 342, 369, 392, 415, 439, 508, 536, 556, 580, 606, 630. 652
  • Control Gear at Southampton Docks, Central. Electric Control, Ltd., 53
  • Converter, Glucose, Blairs Ltd., 514
  • Conveyor for Brickfield, Cantilever, Robert Boby, Ltd., 522, 530
  • Conveyor Plant at Oldham Gasworks, Coal and Coke, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 348, 350, 358
  • Cooler, Combined Water and Oil, Spiral Tube and Components Company, Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xi
  • Cooling Water of Heavy Oil Engines, Treatment of, (407)
  • Co-operation in Science, S. C. Bradford, 360
  • Copper, Hydrogen and Embrittlement of. (617)
  • Copper Deposits in Djez-Kargan Region, (643)
  • Copper Production at Eustis Mine, Near Sherbrooke. Quebec, Fifty-five Years', (161)
  • Copper Refinery, Electrolytic, Candian Copper Refiners, Ltd., 153
  • Copper Wire Scrap, R. G. Arend, 71
  • Copying Machine, ' Hall Mark," B. J. Hall and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Corrosion. Electro-chemical Theory of, Oliver P. Watts, 267
  • Corrosion Phenomena in Tar Stills and Retorts, (137)
  • Costing Distribution, Major L. Urwick, 509
  • Coupling, Industrial Type, Standage Power
  • Couplings, Ltd., 228
  • Coupling, Uskside " Flexible, Uskside Engineering Company, Ltd., 365
  • Coupling, Vulcan-Sinclair Hydraulic, Hydraulic
  • Coupling and Engineering Company. Ltd.. 251
  • Couplings, Standage Resilient Power, Standage Power Couplings, Ltd., 228
  • Cracking Oil, Dubrovay's Process of, Craft Tools in Sheffield, 103
  • Crane at Durban, 80-Ton Electric Level Lulling Gib, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.,339
  • Crane, Oil-en fined Contractor's, homas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 578
  • Crane. 011.engined Contractor's Mobile. Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley). Ltd., 578
  • Crane for Handling Seaplanes. 50= Ton Cantilever. Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 119
  • Crane, 1-Ton Truck Typo Mobilo, Ransomes and Rapier. Ltd.. 454
  • Cranes. R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., 520
  • Crank Shaft. for Arrostrong-Saurer Oil Engine. 136
  • Credit in Industry. J. Gibson Jarvio, 592
  • Creosote Oil. Burner for, Brett* Patent Liftei Company. Ltd.. 144
  • Creosoting Plant at Prince Albert. sa.kii: chewan, Pressure, (643)
  • Crows and the Engineering Profession, (11)
  • Crusher, Gyratory, Sheopbridge Coal and Iron Company, Ltd., 520
  • Crushing and Screening Plant, Midfields Ltd.. 518
  • Crystal Graphite Discovered in Turkmenistan Mountains, (571) •
  • Crystal Palace School of Practical Engineering, Awards of Certificates and Prizes. (126)
  • Cup Screws. " Rayn3ill " Grub and. Charles Weston and Co.. Ltd., 303
  • Currency and Exports. Depreciation of, D. Schindler-Huber, 19
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels—Weekly Current Official Statistics. Annual Guide to, (137)
  • Cutting Attachment, Double Bevel. British Oxygen Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xv
  • Cutting Machine. Portable " Auto " Metal. Hancock and Co. (Engineers). Ltd.. Stipp.. September 8th, 1933. vi
  • Cutting Machine. " Simplex " Universal Metal, Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd.. Suppt.. September 8th. 1933. vi
  • Curves, Relining for Transition. by Offsets. J. D. W. Ball. 156
  • Cylinder Finishing by Honing with Abrasive Sticks. (257)

D

  • DALLAS', Mr. J. D.. Complimentary Dinner to. (628)

DAMS :

  • Dates Across the Manjra,, Capacity of Nizanisagar, (431)
  • Dam at Grande Coulee. Washington, Bonneville. (571)
  • Dam on Colorado River. Hoover, 374, 384. 402, 440
  • Dam on Missouri River at Fort Peck. It (547)
  • Dams, International Congress on, 64. in) (Leading Article, 89)
  • Dams. Technical Design of High Nfasonry. Ivan. E. Houk. 104, 105
  • Mottur Darn Sluices Opened. (357)
  • DECOLORISING Apparatus. Rose, Dowil, Thompson, Ltd.. 515
  • Depreciation of Currency and Exports. I ). Schindler-Huber, 19
  • Degreaser. A, Service Equipment Coinpiiii Ltd.. 18
  • Dished End. Pressed, Thompson Companies. Ltd.. 275
  • Dock Approaches. London's. 51
  • Dock Employment. Safety in, (87)
  • Dock Extensions at Southampton. 2. 3, 12, 26, 27 (7 wo-page Supplement, July 14th, 1933), 52; (Leading Article, 63)
  • Docks for Giant Ships, 63
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Restarting Acklam Steel Mills, (643)
  • Dosing Gear for Water Softeners, Electrochemical, United Water Softeners, Ltd., 227
  • Drawing Instrument. " Manormus." H. Casten, 438
  • Drawing Office Printing and Developing Apparatus, Precision Photo Printing Plant. Ltd.. 302. 310
  • Drawing Office Printing and Developing Apparatus, 302, 310
  • Drawing Table, " Hall Mark," B..1. Hall and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Drill Sharpener, Rock, Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, 500
  • Drilling Deep Holes, Method in. (521)
  • Drilling Rig. 300 P. " Edeco," English Drilling Equipment Company. Ltd., 82
  • Drum, 750 lb. Pressure Fusion Welded, Thompson Associated Companies. Ltd.. 275
  • Dry-cleaning Machine, " Eco Minor," E. Green and Son. Ltd., 250
  • Duncan Stewart-Demag Corporation. Ltd..Particulars of Agreement, 25
  • Dyke Subsidence on Eastern Scheldt. (357)
  • " Dynalator " for Making Dye-line Prints. J. Halden and Co.. Ltd.. 328
  • Dynamometer, Testing, Mawdsley's, Ltd., 226

E

  • ECONOMIC Conditions in Canada. 2 I 8
  • Economisers, E. Green and Son, Ltd., 250
  • Educational Intelligence. 198
  • Eels and Hydro-electric Plant Stoppages, (383)

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • See able Scientific Instruments
  • A.C. Voltage Regulators. 512. 540, 564, 600. 612, 638
  • Alternator, Three-phase, Mawdsley's, Ltd , 226
  • American Electrical Machinery and Apparatus, (431)
  • Automatic Control Panel and Motor. 541, 542
  • Booster. Tail End. Ferranti, Ltd., 512. 513
  • Booster Regulator, Transformer. British Electric Transformer Company, Ltd., 565
  • Brussels Central Power Station, Repair of, (87)
  • Buzzard Point Power Station. Lubricating Plant for Turbines. (383)
  • Cable-testing Outfit in Buenos Aims. Travelling. (61)
  • Circuit Breakers, Automatic Re•elosilig. Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 414

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • Circuit Breakers, Water, Brown Boveri and Co., 120
  • Clarence Dock Power Station Most Efficient in Great Britain. (61)
  • Colour of Sodium Lamps. (61)
  • Consumers and Off-load Periods. Terns' to. (333)
  • Copper Conductors. Hollow-core Heddernhelm Single-layer, Transmission Line from Boulder Dam to Southern California. (35)
  • Electric Cleaning Bath, 45
  • Electric Clock Installed in President Roosevelt's Swimming Pool, (113)
  • Electric Energy in United States, Three Months' Output of, (61)
  • Electric Energy of Canada. (87)
  • Electric Furnaces, Heat Transfer in. E. C. Fiegehen, 377
  • Electric Generators for Boulder Dam Power Station, (493)
  • Electric Lamp Factory at Agra. India. (137)
  • Electric Machine for Sorting Postal Orders. (309)
  • Electric Melting of Soil for Road-making. (87)
  • Electric Motor, Expeditiously Stopping 100n H.P., (309)
  • Electric Motors and their Use in Driving Machine Tools, (61)
  • Electric Outboard Motor. (185)
  • Electric Power Plant at Balaklava. (333)
  • Electric Power in Canadian Industries. (131)
  • Electric Power Station at Port Dundas, Glasgow, Dismantling, (407)
  • Electric Power Stations of Birmingham. Record Demand on. (643)
  • Electric Steam Boilers in Montreal, Two. 61)
  • Electric Thermal Storage Installat inn. Richard Crittall and Co.. Ltd., 94
  • Electric Traction on Canals, 211
  • Electric Winding Machines at Johannesbut g. (333)
  • Electrical Accidents. Home Office Report. 1932. 181
  • Electrical Apparatus, Italy's Imports of, (357)
  • Electrical Apparatus for Commercial Vehicles. British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.. 474
  • Electrical Communication Appartit uM. General Post. Office. 303
  • Electrical Exhibits at Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Derby. 28
  • Electrical Goods and Apparatus. Export of. (309)
  • Electrical Goods Imported into France, Mark of Country of Origin on, (137)
  • Electrical Indicator. " Farnboro," Debbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd.. 325
  • Electrical Machinery Imports. Czechoslovakia's, (185)
  • Electrical Machinery Imports, Italy's, (185)
  • Electrical Plugs and Sockets, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns. 1932, 504; Statistics, June, 1933. (35) :July, 1933. (161); August, 1933. (257) September, 1933, (383), (431)
  • Electricity Consumption in West Midlands Area, (357)
  • Electricity Distribution. 187
  • Electricity Extensions at Pretoria. (521)
  • Electricity for Soil Heating. Use of. C. A. Candron Brown. 131
  • "Electricity Fortnight " in Belgium. (185)
  • Electricity Generated by Using Lantana Charcoal in Mysore State, (35)
  • Electricity Supply to Thos. Firth and John Brown. Ltd., (113)
  • Electricity Supply. 1931-32, 591
  • Electricity Undertaking for Ahmedabad. (379)
  • Electrification Scheme at Renginer and District, Johnson and Phillips. Ltd., 354
  • Electro-chemical Dosing Gear, United Water Softeners. Ltd., 227
  • Flexible Segmental Conductor at Spalding, (571)
  • Generators for Beauharnois Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Five, (383); Oerlikon, Ltd.. 618, 622
  • Generators for Oil-electric Tug " Acklam Cross." General Electric Company. Ltd.. 239
  • Generating Sot, Mobile, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 436
  • "Grid " Electricity Scheme, South Wales Section Complete, (547)
  • "Grid " Failure. Temporary, 635
  • "Grid " Pylon at Fordingbridge, Last, 223
  • "Grid " Secondary Lines, 504
  • "Grid " Tariff, 537
  • Japanese and Russian Lamps. Menace to British Market, (333)
  • Jubilee of J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 389
  • Kearsley Power Station. Babcock and Wilcox Bailey Water-cooled Furnace at, (571)
  • Kilo-amperes and Measurement of Lightning. (309)
  • Lantana Charcoal for Generating Electricity in Mysore, (595)
  • Magnetos, C.A.V.-Bosch, Ltd., Supple, St: p- (ember 8th, 1933, iii
  • Mercury Switch, Westinghouse, (113)
  • Motor, D.C. Ventilated 'Drip-proof, W. 1i. Allen. Sons and Co., Ltd., 277
  • Motor, Electric Hand, Bosch. Ltd., Suppt. September 8th, 1933, xv
  • Motor, Screen-protected D.C., W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 277
  • Motor Controllers, Industrial. J. G. Smithson and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xi
  • Motor Installations, Interruptions to American Industrial, (137)
  • Motors, Split-phase, Induction-repulsion D.C., and Capacitator, Power Contracts (Batwin), Ltd., 302
  • Moving Coil Regulator, Ferranti. Ltd., 564
  • Municipal Power Plant Extensions at Worcester, S. Africa, (87)
  • National " Grid," Problem of Distribution and Development of Sales, G. G. L. Preece, (461)
  • Oil Circuit Breaker, Messrs. D. R. Davies and E. I,. Pitcher, of Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 159
  • Oil Engine Generator Set with Anti-vibration Attachment, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 144

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • On-load Transformer Tap-changing Equipment. Hackbridge Electric Construction Company, 143
  • Panel System for Heating and Cooling at Thames House and Imperial Chemical House, (35)
  • Photo-electric Cells and their Practical Applications. (35)
  • Power Plant at Dartford Paper Mill, International Combustion, Ltd., 110, 114
  • Power Scheme for Johannesburg, (87)
  • Power Transmission from Norway to Germany, 594
  • Public Plants Production of Electricity in United States, (233)
  • Pylon, Last " Grid," near Fordingbridge, 223
  • Rectifier, Mercury Arc, Newtons of Taunton. Ltd., 250
  • Rectifier, Oxide Cathode, Newtons of Taunton, Ltd., 250
  • Rectifier, Welding Set, Philips Industrial, 167
  • Rectifiers for Dar-es-Salaam, Grid-controlled Mercury Arc. Hewittic Menne Company.Ltd., 194
  • Rectifiers on Liverpool-Southport Line Glass Bulb, Howittic Electric Company. 97
  • Regulator. Apex." Foster Engineering Company, Ltd., 513. 514
  • Regulator, Barbour Induction. Electrical Apparatus Company, Ltd.. 613
  • Regulator. Dead Beat, Dead Set, Drayton
  • Regulator and Instrument Company. Ltd.. 555
  • Regulator. V.X.C.O., A.C., Hackbridge Electric Construction Company, Ltd., 612
  • Regulator for Small Outputs. Fuller Electrical and Manufacturing Company. Ltd., 540
  • Regulator used with Tapped Transformer, Ferranti. Ltd., 564
  • Regulators. Mercury Switch Tap-changing. Ferranti, Ltd., 641
  • Regulators, Stop Voltage, G.E.C., (257)
  • Resistor, 100-Megohm. G. W. Bowdlor, (1371
  • Rural Electrification Schemes, 481
  • Salford Electricity Undertaking, 103
  • Sodium Electric Lamps, Light Output of. (35), (61)
  • Sodium Vapour Electric Lamp for Interior Illumination, (61)
  • Starting Panel, Drum Type, W. H. Allen. Son and Co.. Ltd.. 277
  • Switch Unit. Metal-clad Ring Main, Ferguson-Pailin, Ltd., 240
  • Switchgear, Heavy Current. Ferguson-Pailin.Ltd.,554
  • Tap-canging Equipment with Barbour Regulators. Electrical Apparatus Company, Ltd.. 613
  • Testing Plant, 3,000,000-Volt. Professor
  • d'Arsonval, 20
  • Transformer, Small On-load Tap-changing,
  • Electrical Apparatus Company, Ltd., 614
  • Transformer. 25-kVA Pole Mounting, C. A.
  • Parsons and Co.. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv
  • Transformer, 10,000-kW On-load Tap-changing, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 639
  • Transformer Booster Regulator, British Eketile Transformer Company, Ltd.. 565
  • Transmission Lines from Erode to Trichinopoly. (6211
  • Turbo-alternator. 30,000-kW, Model of, C. A.
  • Parsons and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv
  • 'Turbo-generator at ‘ratiteras, 50,000-kW Ljungstrom, 81
  • Turbo-generator for Moscow, Stahlin Works, (621)
  • Tuticarin Power-house Extensions, (595)
  • Vacuum Tube Control for Synchronous Motors, (309)
  • Wattmeter, Dr. K Mallett's, (309)
  • ELEcrRO-PLAT1NG, Metal Cleaning Before, 45
  • Elevators in Rockefeller Centre Building. High-speed. (257)
  • Empire Communication, Professor E. V. Appleton, 537
  • Empire Conference, Proposed. 77
  • Employment, Effect of Mechanisation on, 199
  • Employment and Unemployment Figures, 223, 347
  • Engineering Works in Czechoslovakia, Some. T. Makemson, 651
  • Engineers and East African Prospects, J. G. B. Sams, 106

ENGINES :

  • Aero-engine, Resler Stearn. 160 H.P., (113)
  • Engine Driven by Sewage Gas, 205
  • Engine Fuel, Lobos Strainer for, Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 225
  • Engines, Scavenging Two-cycle, R. Bohner, (185)
  • Engines, Twin-screw, Triple-expansion, Surface-condensing, Twin-screw Tug "Sir
  • Guthrie Russell," Plenty and Son, 68
  • Geared Diesel Engines, Ober-Ing. P. Muller. 15
  • Heat Engine. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company's, (389)
  • Heat Engine at Chicago's World's Fair, Westinghouse Company's Unusual, (61)
  • Marine Engine, Four-cylinder, 11-18 H.P., Morris "Navigator " Unit, Morris Motors, Ltd., 229
  • Marine Oil Engine, 24 B.H.P., Four-cylinder, J. Samuel White and Co., Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vii, viii
  • Marine Oil Engine, 25 B.H.P., Four-cylinder, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 280 (Supplement, September 22nd. 1933)
  • Marine Oil Engine, 36 B.H.P., Three-cylinder, Gleniffer Motors, Ltd.. 281 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Marine Oil Engine, 37-40 B.H.P., National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. v
  • Marine Oil Engine. 40 B.H.P.. Three-cylinder, Electro-Mechanical Brake Company, Ltd., 281 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Marine Oil Engine, 40 B.H.P., Four-cylinder, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., Suppe., September 8th, 1933, ix, xii

ENGINES (continued) :

  • Marine Oil Engine. 50-65 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Sir J. I. Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. viii. xv
  • Marine Oil Engine. Three-cylinder, 54 B.H.P., L. Gardner and Sons. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Marine Oil Engine, 55 B.H.P., Atlantic Engine Co. (1920), Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. v
  • Marine Oil Engine, 100 B.H.P., Four-cylinder. Davey. Paxinan and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., 281 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Marine Oil Engine, 102 B.H.P., Six-cylinder. Suppt., September 8th. 1933, v, ix
  • Marine Oil Engine, 120 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Mirrlees. Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 279 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Marine Oil Engine, 120 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v, viii
  • Marine Oil Engine, Brooke-A.E.C., 130 B. H . P. , 414
  • Marine Oil Engine. Brooke-A.E.C., 130 B.H.P., High-speed, 265
  • Marine Oil Engine. Four-cylinder, 134 B. H.1'., W. H. Allen. Sons and Co.. Ltd., 277 (Supplement, September 22nd, 19331
  • Marine Oil Engine, 150 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., and Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ix, xii
  • Marine Oil Engine. Four-cylinder. 195 B. H.P., Petters, Ltd., Suppt.. September 8th. 1933, iv
  • Marine Oil Engine, 225 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 544
  • Marine Oil Engine, Horizontal Vis-a•Vis Eight-cylinder. 600 B. H.P.. Crossley Brothers, Ltd., and Premier Gas Engine Company. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, viii, xii
  • Marine Oil Engines, Mr. Hanson, 15
  • Marine Oil Engines. High-speed, H. It. Ricardo. 566: (Leading Article, 573) Oil Engine. High-speed. Atlantic Engine Company (1920). Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Oil Engine, High-speed, L. Gardner and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Oil Engine, The High-speed, 139
  • Oil Engine, 3 H.P., CI., R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.. 455
  • Oil Engine, 5 B. H.P., Petters, Ld., Suppt., September 8th. 1933. iv, 'vii i
  • Oil Engine. 5 B.H.P. Heavy. National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 456
  • Oil Engine, 5 B.H.P. " Atomic." Petters. Ltd., 519
  • Oil Engine. 7 B.H.P., Single-cylinder, Ruston-Lister Marine Company, Ltd.. 281
  • Oil Engine, Twin-cylinder, 10-16 B.H.P. Ruston-Lister Marine Company, Ltd.. 415
  • Oil Engines, 12 H.P.. Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., 502
  • Oil Engine, 12-30 B.H.P., Driving 10-kW Generating Set, 248
  • Oil Engine, 15 H.P., W. H. Dorman and co.,Ltd.. 503
  • Oil Engine, 27 H.P. High-speed. It. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd.. 29
  • Oil Engine. 28 B.H.P. Heavy, National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 456
  • Oil Engine. 30-36 B.H.P. Kelvin-Ricardo-Bergius Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Oil Engine, 35 B.H.P., Four-cylinder, Ruston-Lister Marine Company, Ltd., 281
  • Oil Engine, 36 B.H.P., Four-cylindor. Sir John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xv
  • Oil Engine, Four-cylinder. 40 B.H.P., Petters, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 193:3. iv
  • Oil Engine, Perkins, 45 B.H.P., C.1., Commor Cars, Ltd., 470
  • Oil Engine, 50 H.P., J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.. 488
  • Oil Engine. 55 B.H.P., Horizontal Cold Starting, Blackstone and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xii
  • Oil Engine. 60 B.H.P.. " Light Six," Leyland Motors, Ltd., 486
  • Oil Engine, 60 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.. 280
  • Oil Engine, 70 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Albion Motors, Ltd., 484, 485
  • Oil Engine, 70 B.H.P.. High-speed, Atlantic Engine Company (1920), Ltd., Sapp., September 8th, 1933, vi, ix
  • Oil Engine. 83 H.P., Four-cylinder. Kelvin. Diesel Engine. Bergius, Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii. ix
  • Oil Engine. 85 B.H.P.. Five-cylinder, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 474
  • Oil Engine, Armstrong-Saurer 90 B.H.P., 134, 136
  • Oil Engine, 96-104 B.H.P., Six•cylinder, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 281
  • Oil Engine, 100 B.H.P., Three-cylinder. W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.. 118
  • Oil Engine, 100 B.H.P., Six-cylinder. Sir J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 474
  • Oil Engine. 100 B.H.P., " V R. 6," Crossley Motors, Ltd.. 471
  • Oil Engine, 103 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company. Ltd., 485
  • Oil Engine. 120 B. H. P., Six-cylinder. Gleniffer Motors, Ltd., 281
  • Oil Engine. Oberhausli, 120 B.H.P., 134
  • Oil Engine, A.E.C., 130 B.H.P., 134, 135
  • Oil Engine, 130 H.P., Six-cylinder, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd.. 486
  • Oil Engine, 140 B.H.P., Six-cylinder,
  • Oil Engine 140 B.H.P. Six-Cylinder Tangyes, Ltd, 471.
  • Oil Engine. 150 B.H.P., Five-cylinder. Generator Set, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. 281 (Supplement. September 22nd, 1933)
  • Oil Engine, 150 B.H.P., British Kromhout, Norman and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Oil Engine, 160 B.H.P., Via-a- Via, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Ltd., 650
  • Oil Engine, 200 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 278 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Oil Engine, 300 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester). Ltd., 281

ENGINES (continued) :

  • Oil Engine, Vertical Six-cylinder. 335 B.H.P., National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Oil Engine, 550 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Ltd.. 277
  • Oil Engine at Oersted Station. Copenhagen, 22.500 H.P., Two-stroke, Double-acting, (35)
  • Oil Engine Design, High-speed, R. Patersoil. 134; (Leading Article, 139) (Note, 222)
  • Oil Engine Driven Floating Pumping Plant for Egypt, W. H. Allen. Sons and Co., Ltd., 118
  • Oil Engine Driven Power Plant at Vernon California, (547)
  • Oil Engine for Railcar, 130 H.P., Associated Equipment Company. Ltd., 86
  • Oil Engine for Rail Traction, 20 13.14.1' Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 193
  • Oil Engine Test Bench, British Power Bow Company, 43
  • Oil Engine Wrecked Through " Gumming-up of Sleeve Valve, (333)
  • Oil-engined Locomotives. 12 16 13.11.1'.Motor Rail, Ltd., 501 Vertical Fuelol Engine, Blackstone and Cu.. Ltd., 31
  • Oil Engines, Ignition and Combustion in High-speed. Dr. S. J.. Davies, 405
  • Oil Engines, Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 503
  • Oil Engines, Brotherhood-Ricardo, 3151 B.H.P., Peter Brotherhood. Ltd.. 239
  • Oil Engines. Heavy, Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 248
  • Oil Engines, Petters, Ltd.. 519
  • Oil Engines, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 45'i.
  • Oil Engines for Iraq Pipe Line. Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 193
  • Oil Engines for Lorries. Fodens. Ltd., 31
  • Oil Engines in Flour and Oil Mills, Order by the Dewan Saheb of Junagad, (257)
  • Paraffin Engine"; Four-cylinder, 11-18 "Navigator," Morris Motors, Ltd.. 229
  • Paraffin Marine Engines. Sir John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., September Rth, 1933. xvi
  • Petrol Engine and Gear-box of Standard Motor Car. 10 H.P.. 380
  • Petrol Engine and Torque Converter. 11 13.H.P., Leyland Motors. Ltd., 487
  • Petrol Engine, Marine. 4 13.H.P.. Potion:. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iv
  • Petrol Engine, 4-6 B.H.P., Marine. Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 248
  • Petrol Engine, Four-cylinder, 12.8 H . P., Sunbeam Motor Company, 380
  • Petrol Engine. 24-48 'H.P.. Morris Motors. Ltd., 229
  • Petrol Engines, W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd., 503
  • Petrol Engines. 4 to 12 H.P.. R. A. Lister and Co.. Ltd., 455
  • Starting Device for Oil Engines, .J. mid 11. McLaren, Ltd., 67
  • Steam Engine, Marine. Three-cylinder Compound, Alexander Stephen and Sons. Ltd.. 329
  • Steam Engine. Efficiency of Condensing. (185)
  • Steam Engine, 120 B.H.P.. Glandless Four-cylinder, Single-acting, Non-compound, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 487
  • Steam Engine, 2000 I.H.P., Marine. Alexander Stephen and Sons, Ltd., 416
  • ERASING Machine, Aerial Electric, B. .1. Hall and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Etching Machine, Electric. Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., 556
  • Etching Medium for Tool Steels, (87)
  • Ethylene Dileromide, Industrial Outlet for Bromine, (333)
  • Evaporator. Kestner Falling Film. 516
  • Evaporator, Multiplex Triple-effect Film, Blair's. Ltd., 515, 516
  • Evaporator, Multiplex Triple-effect. Kostnor
  • Evaporator and Engineering Company, Ltd.. 515, 516
  • Examinations, Sir Josiah Stamp's Defence of, 481
  • Excavating Grab, 390
  • Excavating Machine, Trench, John Allen and Sons (Oxford). Ltd., 453
  • Excavating Quicksands, Methods of. Sir Henry Japp. 398, 422; (Leading Article, 409)--see also Letters to the Editor
  • Excavator, Multi-bucket, Frederick Parker, Ltd., 518
  • Excavator, Multi-bucket, Stothert. and Pitt. Ltd., 501
  • Excavator, Sauerman Type, E. F. Sitrgvant. 162. 170

EXHIBITIONS

  • Advertising and Marketing Exhibition, 51
  • Exhibition of Apparatus on Motor Vessel "Monte Rosa ' during Meeting Friends and Patrons of Hamburg Tank, 14
  • British Industries Fair, 1934, Applications for Space, (257); Birmingham Section Divided into Four Sections, (521); Bookings, (11); Travel Concessions fur Overseas Buyers. (65); Visitors. Travel Concessions to, (571)
  • Chemical Industries Exposition at New York, (493), (530)
  • Commercial Motor Transport Exhibition, 428, 470, 484
  • Exhibition Hall for Liverpool, (521)
  • Ford Motor Exhibition, 406
  • French Shipping Exhibition, 338
  • Leipzig Autumn Fair. German State Railway Concessions, (209)
  • Levant Fair, British Participation in, (431);
  • Imperial Chemical Industries to Erect Pavilion at. (621)
  • Exhibition of Machinery and Technical Apparatus at Chiao-Tung University Shanghai, (233)
  • Engineer Exhibition, Trade Section Exhibits, (87), (161), 237
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia. 352. 380
  • Oil Industries Exhibition. 82
  • Public Works, Roads, and Transport Exhibition, 365. 451, 500, 518
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Derb . 8, 28, 66; Awards of Silver Medals, 10
  • Royal Agricultural Society of England Ipswich, 1934, (161)

EXHIBITIONS (continued) :

  • Samples Fair at Leipzig, 1934, (407)
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia, 224, 248, 274, 300, 310, 324 (Sixteen-page Supplement, September 8th, 1933) ( Pour-page Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Smithfield Club Show, 561
  • Trains for Exhibition for British Goods. (521)
  • 'Wireless Exhibition at Olympia, 151
  • Proposed Annual Wireless and Uraniaphone Exhibition in Dublin, (185)
  • EXPERIMENTAL Machinery, Assembly of, A. M. Lester, 7
  • Experimental Tank at Hamburg, 14
  • Explosion at King's Dock Power station, (461)
  • Explosion of Boiler Supplying Steam to Gas Generator, (333)
  • Explosion of Compressed Air Receiver, Report, (35)
  • Explosions Manufacturing in Manchukuo, (595)
  • Exports, Depreciation of Currency and, D Schindler-Huber, 19
  • Exports of Motor Cycles and Trkars, els(' Push " Cycles, (5,17)

F

  • FACTORIES Established in Great Britain in 1932, (11) 646
  • Fans and Flue Dust Collectors at Dunston, Davidson and Co., Ltd., 217
  • Farm Tractors, Pneumatic Tires for, 127
  • Federation of British Industries, Empire Conference, 25
  • Fender at Port of Le Verdon, Mechanical, 204
  • Ferro-manganese Works at Sestafoni. Capacity of, (547)
  • Ferro-prussiate Printing Paper and Printing Process, J. Holden and Co.. Ltd.. 328
  • Film Camera of Great Speed, Western Electric Company, (571)
  • Filter Set, Portable, Streamline Filter Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, x
  • Filters for Engine Lubricating Systems. Stream Line Filter Company. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, x 4 Firebrick, Minimising Risk of Spoiling in. (61)
  • Fire Detector, "Selex." " Zonit," Walter Kiddea Company. Ltd., 253
  • Fire Engine for Far East, Motor, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 193
  • Fire Protection Apparatus, Merryweather and Sons, 31
  • Fire Pump, Gwynne Trailer, Gwynne's Pumps Ltd., 30
  • Fire Regulations on French Passenger Ships. 176
  • Flame Devised for Forging Operations, Diffused, (493)
  • Flexible Shaft Outfit, j H.P., Loranco, Ltd., 325
  • Floods. Thames, 509
  • Flue Gases at Battersea Power Station, Purification of, 33
  • Fog Signal Emitter, Stern, John Lilley and Son, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, iii
  • Folding Machine for Sheet, Metal. Cramp, F. J. 41* Edwards, Ltd., 251
  • Food Canning Factories in Great Britain. Eighty-two, (547)
  • Foul Odours, Plant for Treatment of, Ozonair, Ltd., 224, 225
  • Forestry Aids Employment. 553
  • Forest Plantations in New Zealand. (11)
  • Force, Shrinkage, and Expansion Fits, Robert Russell, 604
  • Forthcoming Engagements, Weekly Free Pendulum, Developing a, (185)
  • Free-wheel Mechanism, Standard, 380

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • African Tunnel, 297
  • Air Organisation, 633
  • Aircraft Industry, 221
  • Alcohol Motor Fuel, 75, 371
  • Anglo-French Trade, 535
  • Artesian Well, Deep. 321
  • "Atlantique " Dry-docked at Cherbourg, Aviation, Private, 173
  • Bargemen's Strike, 221, 297
  • Bridge Builders' Responsibility, 535
  • Coal, 479, 633
  • Coal Problem, 125
  • Colonial Works, 101
  • Commercial Treaties, 655
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique. 321, 559
  • Confidence and Trade, 271
  • Congo-Ocean Railway, 75
  • Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers. 395
  • Craftsmanship, 609
  • Dredger " Pas de Calais II.," 271
  • Dunkirk Lock-out, 479
  • Electricity Supply, 419
  • Energy from Warm 1Vater, 271
  • Engineering Degrees, 345, 609
  • Engineering Trades,321
  • Engineers and Architects. 395
  • Exhibition of Quality, 583
  • Export Trade, 419
  • Exporting Industries, 173. 321
  • Federation of European Engineers. 479
  • Flood Reservoirs, 245
  • Foreign Exchanges and Quotas. 297
  • Forty Hours Week, 395
  • Free Ports, 535
  • French Trade Policy, 559
  • Import Licences. 559
  • Import Quotas, 245
  • Industrial Deadlock, 445
  • Industrial Outlook, 149
  • Industrial Situation, 583
  • Level Crossings, 271
  • Loss of Liner " Nicolas-Paquet," 49
  • Machine Tools, 75
  • Marine Engineers, 149
  • Motor Torpedo Boats. 23
  • Naval Construction, 445
  • Navy, The, 197, 271
  • Oil-electric Locomotives, 197
  • Pairdeve, Monsieur Paul, 479
  • Peak Load Electricity Supply, 221
  • Port of Dunkirk, 297
  • Public Works, 23, 371, 419, 507
  • Rail and Road, 655

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :

  • Rail and Road Controversy, 507
  • Rail Motor Coaches, 245
  • Railway Amalgamation, 101
  • Railway Disaster, 445
  • Railway Electrification. 101
  • Railway Reorganisation. 23
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 655
  • Railway Speeds, 125
  • Riviera Water Supply, 125
  • Rolling Stock, 49, 197
  • Sales Comptoirs, 173
  • Seaplanes for South Atlantic, 149
  • Shipbuilding, 173, 245, 479
  • Shipping, 655
  • Shipping Laid Up, 609
  • Steam and Oil Engine Traction, 345
  • Steamboat Inventor, 221
  • Steel Cartel, 345, 395, 559
  • Steel Prices, 101
  • Steel Trade, 49, 419
  • Surtax, The. 583, 633
  • Tax on Foreign Labour, 633
  • Trade Arrangements, 345
  • Trade with British Dominions. 445
  • Traffic Competition, 197
  • Vosges Tunnel, 395
  • Wilbur Wright Anniversary, 655
  • FUEL Air Ratio Controller, G. Kent, Ltd., 329
  • Fuel and Man, Sir William J. Larkn, 386
  • Fuel Oil Duties. Regulations for Recovery of, (383)
  • Fuel Pump, Simrns Motor Units. Ltd., 487
  • Furnace, Self-regulating Induction, 251
  • Furnace, Electric, Wild Barfield Electric Furnaces. Ltd., 252
  • Furnace for Marine Boilers, Turbine Furnace Company, Ltd., Suppe., September 8th. 1933. vii
  • Furnaces, Muffle and Crucible Electric, Electric Resistance Furnace Company, Ltd., 252
  • Furnaces, Temperature Requirements of Modern, (137)
  • Furnaces in France, Electric, (283)
  • Furnaces. Throe-phase Heroult at. Vereeniging,. (333)
  • Fuses. Oil Blast, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 95
  • GARAGE Equipment. Tangyes, ttd., 471
  • Garbage Incineration at Chicago, 112
  • Gas Compressors, CO, and Ammonia. J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 275 (Supplement, September 22nd. 1933)
  • Gas Cylinders for Motor Vehicles, (161)
  • Gaseous Ammoniator, Paterson Engineering Company. Ltd., 503
  • Gasification of Burnley's Town's Refuse, Whitfield Gas Producers, Ltd., 355
  • Gas-making Plant at Harbin, (309)
  • Gas Meter, Pulsating, Bell Brothers (Manchester 1927). Ltd., 520
  • Gas Sales in Great Britain, 1932, (209)
  • Gasholder at Neunkirchen Ironworks, (493)
  • Gasholder at Skipton, High-pressure, (11)
  • Gas Proposal, Glasgow, 175
  • Gas Propulsion of Road Vehicles, 151
  • Gasworks at Oldham, 348, 358
  • Gauges, Elongation and Reduction, Tensometer, Ltd., 328
  • Gear, Efficiency Tests on 600 H.P. Increasing, H. E. Merritt. 392
  • Gears, D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 488
  • Geyser Appears in Larderello District of Italy, (223)
  • Glass. Polishing of, (87)
  • Glass Silk for Heat Insulation, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 229 (Glass, Toughened, Triplex Safety Glass Company. Ltd., 381
  • Glenfiold and Kennedy. Ltd., Record of Long Service, (392)
  • Glucose, Manufacture of. A. E. Williams, 514
  • Glucose Converter. Blain. Ltd., 514
  • Gold and Copper Deposite in Klyavlettsk District, Central Volga Area, (11)
  • Gold from the " Egypt," 127, (493)
  • Gold in Western Siberia, (209)
  • Gold Mills for Canadian Mining Companies. (643)
  • Gold Mine. Reduction Plant at Sub Nigel. (595)
  • Gold Mine Worked by Boy, (493)
  • Gold Mine Reopened, Reliance, (493)
  • Gold Mine to he Reopened, Ogofan, (87)
  • Gold Mine Shaft for East Geduld, (137)
  • Gold Mine Sold for £3500, Meyer and Charlton, (35)
  • Gold Production in Australia, (621)
  • Gold Prospecting in Western Siberia, (283)
  • Goldsmiths' and Silversmiths' Work, W. A. Steward. (113)
  • Governor for Marine Engines, Morris Motors, Ltd., 229
  • Grab with Planing Action, Priestman Brothers, Ltd.. 316
  • Grain Elevator at Fort Erie. Ontario. (430)
  • Grain Sheds, Effect of High Winds on. J. D. AN Ball, 551
  • Grand Union Canal Company, Improvements, (357)
  • Graphite Deposits Discovered near Polion. Greece. (283)
  • Greases, Oils and, Sternol, Ltd.. 488
  • Great Eastern Train Ferries, Ltd., Acquired by London and North-Eastern Railway Company, (61)
  • Grinder, Yeoman. for Grain, Christy and Norris.Ltd.. 66
  • Grinder for Moulds and Dies, Electric, Bosch.Ltd.. Suppe., September 9th, 1933, xv
  • Gully Emptier, Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 520
  • Gully Emptier. Motor, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 455, 456
  • "Gyrotiller " Ploughing, Cultivating, Harrowing, Subsoiling, and Furrowing Machine, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd.. 8

H

  • HADFIELD, Sir Robert, Commendatore of the Order of the Crown of Italy, (11)
  • Hammer " Clear Space," Pneumatic, 42

HARBOURS :

  • Harbour at Haifa Opened, 426, 432
  • Harbour Development of Copenhagen, Director G. Lorenz, 15
  • Harbour Development Scheme at Napier. N.Z.. 593
  • Harbour of Montreal. Serious Effect of Low Water on, (595)
  • Harbour of Oslo, Y. Kjelstrup, 15
  • Harbour of Vizagapatam. Opening of. (521)
  • Harbour Works at Cherbourg, 103
  • HARROW, Tandem Disc, Bentall and Co., Ltd.. 66
  • Harvester Thrasher, International Harvester Company, Ltd., 30
  • Hastings Bathing Pool, 206
  • Heat from Electric Lamp Transmitted to Insulation of Flexible Wire, (61)
  • Heat Insulation with Crumpled Aluminium. (35)
  • Heat Liberation and Transmission in Large Steam Generating Plants, 524, 531, 552
  • Heat Losses in Bare and Insulated Pipes, (11)
  • Heat Transfer Between Metal Pipes and a Stream of Air, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and J. H. Awbery, 624. 628; (Leading Article, 623)
  • Heat Transmission. Tube Diameter and, Thomas Petty, 54
  • Heating and Lighting Budapest with Sewage. (595)
  • Heating and Ventilating Plant. Ozonair. Ltd.. 224
  • High Winds on Grain Sheds, Effect of, J. D. W. Ball, 551
  • H.M. The King Opens Southampton Dock (King George V. Graving Dock). 77
  • Hoist Drums for Hoover Dam. (137)
  • Hooks for Cranes, Demag " Ply-Steel," (547)
  • Hot Water. Cost of Electrically Heated. (61)
  • Hydraulic Torque Converter, Leyland Motors. Ltd., 362

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES :

  • Hydro-electric Plant and Canals at Orsova' (233)
  • Hydro-electric Power from Tributaries of Groat Slave Lake, (161)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant. Krungede, 510
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Beauharnois, (161)
  • Hydro-olectric Power Plant at Bonneville. (383) 618, 622
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant. at Bridge River, (461)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Krangede, Sweden, 510
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Alloz, (461)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Janjula. Station Built Entirely in Dam, (333)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station on Nagano, River, Japan. (283)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Niederenbach, Pelton Wheels in, (283)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Orsova. (283)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Ryon, (333)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Vargon, 448. 449, 482, 494
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants in Sweden. 448, 449, 482, 494. 510, 538. 548
  • Hydro-electric Project. Mandi. 457
  • Maymo Hydro-electric Power Scheme, (44)
  • Niva River Hydro-electric Station, (60)
  • Power Plant at Hammarforsen. Sweden, .538. 548
  • Power Plant at Sillre. Sweden, 539
  • Water Power Plants in U.S.A., (1371
  • HYDROGENATION of Bituminous Coal, K Gordon at World Petroleum Congress. 191

I

  • ILLUMINATIONS at Blackpool, (209)
  • Immigrant Factories, 13
  • Import Duties Advisory Committee, (461), (476), (591)
  • Inconel Alloy and Spring Properties, (209)
  • Industry and Empire. Sir E. W. Potter, 77
  • Industrial Administration Students' Union, No. 1 London Group. (492)
  • Industrial Areas. 509
  • Industrial Control in America, Mr. Roosevelt's Experiment, 89 •
  • Industrial Development and Unemployment, 25
  • Industrial Development in 1932, (87)
  • Industrial Developments at Ley's Malleable Castings Company. Ltd., 635, (643)
  • Industrial Heating Congress in Paris, Third, (60), 389
  • Industrial Machine, The, I). Dixon, 603
  • Industrial Psychology. 561
  • Industry, Credit in, .1. Gibson Jarvis, 592
  • Information Service, Organising an. Eric N. Simons, 130
  • Insulation Material. ('ape Asbestos Company, Ltd., 330
  • Inventions. Financing of, 223

IRON AND STEEL : (See also Iron and Steel Institute and Institute of Metals)

  • Ageing of Miscellaneous Steels. R. L. Dowdell's Research on, (493)
  • Alloy Cast Irons, Castings of, Sheepbridge Stoke Centrifugal Castings Company. Ltd.. 249
  • Asowstal Steel Works at Mariupol, S. Russia, Completion of, (L85)
  • Association, Cast Iron Research, Presidential Address, Major F. A. Freeth, 475
  • Blast-furnace and Coke-oven Gas, Lysaght, Ltd.. 291
  • Blast-furnace Gas Cleaning at Corby. Lodge-Cottrell, Ltd., 69
  • Blast-furnace Gas-cleaning Plant for Tata Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., Lodge-Cottrell, Ltd., 193
  • Blast-furnace Slag and Manufacture of Class. (547)
  • Blast-furnace to be Blown in January, S. African Steel Works at Pretoria. (309)

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • Blast-furnaces Blown in at Cleveland and Acklam Works, (493)
  • Blast-furnaces in Luxemburg, Automatic Charged. (161)
  • Blast-furnaces in Soviet Union, (309), (333)
  • Blast-furnaces Output at South Banks Works. (333)
  • British Steel Industry, Position of, (431)
  • British Steel Reorganisation, Brymbo Steel Works, Wrexham, Reopening of, (571)
  • Cast Iron. Improvements in, 136
  • Cast Iron, Tooling Costs Applicable to Heavy-duty Milling in, (547)
  • Cast Iron and Welded Steel Construction, Relative Merits of, (407)
  • Conference on Research on Steels for High Temperatures," 542, 554 • (Loader, 549)
  • Construction of Chinese dovernment Ironworks at Pukow, (11)
  • Crystallisation Taking Place in Ingots, G. Heggie. (161)
  • Die Steel Used in England and Americ:t. Types of, (137)
  • Dunron Castings, Welding of, (233)
  • Electrolytic Extraction of Slag from Iron and Carbon Steel, (309)
  • English Steel Corporation, Extension Olt Plant at Vickers Works, Sheffield, (532)
  • English Steel Corporation's Six Months' Orders, (113)
  • Failures in Steel and Cast Iron Mains and Provision for their Protection, E. F. Reid, (532)
  • Galvanised Iron Sheets for Locust Fencing in Argentina, (233)
  • Ingot Slicing Tools, Tipping with Alloy Steel, (383)
  • Iron and Steel Casting Works at Brail:t. Roumania, (11)
  • Iron and Steel Plant near Pukow, (493)
  • Iron and Steel Shipments from the Tees, (257)
  • Iron Deposits at Krivoi Rog, Russia,1547)
  • Iron Castings, Machine Tool Designer and. (571)
  • Iron Ore from Newfoundland Exchanged for Welsh Coal, (431)
  • Iron Ore from Sierra Leone, (333), (383)
  • Tsteg Steel, Isteg Steel Products. 652
  • Italian Cartel for Rolled Steel, (237)
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, Animal Dinner, (476)
  • Malleable Castings for Agricultural Machinery. Ley's Malleable Castings Company, Ltd., 67
  • Marble-surfaced Steel, (161)
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Output of Pig Iron and
  • Steel, Statistics, July, 1933, 166; October, 1933, (493)
  • Nine Locks Ironworks, Brierley Hill, Opening After Eight Years' Idleness, (643)
  • Phoenix Steel, Steel Peech and Tozer, Ltd., 58
  • Pig Iron, Refined, Bradley and Foster, Ltd., 325
  • Reopening Low Moor Ironworks near Bradford, (11)
  • Rolling Mill, 84in.. Four-high Cold, (11)
  • Rolling Mill at Ilyich Works at Mariupol Russia, (621)
  • Rolling 433 Tons of Material During Eight hour Shift, (521)
  • Scottish Ironworks Scheme at Coatbridge, Soft Places in Case-hardened Steel Articles, Method of Leaving, (233)
  • Stainless Steel for Underground Pipes, (595)
  • Steel Dome for Bogota Roman Catholic Church, Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 69
  • Steel, Encouraging the Use of, 481
  • Steel for Bridges. American Specification for, (521)
  • Steel Furnaces at Sheffield, 2:30, 234
  • Steel Furnaces of English Steel Corporation,
  • Ltd., 60-ton Acid Open-hearth, 230, 234
  • Steel Industry, Reorganisation of, Charles Mitchell, 10
  • Steels for High Temperatures, Research cm. 542, 554; (Leader, 549)
  • Steels for Petroleum Industry, Special Hadfields, Ltd., 83
  • Steel for Structural Purposes, (113)
  • Steel Piling in Gulf of Mexico, Examination of Unpainted, (571)
  • Steel Production in Canada, (283)
  • Steel Shapes for Machine Frames in American Works, 205
  • Steel, Tin and Tensile Properties and Ductility of, (407)
  • Steel Trade Difficulties, (493)
  • Steel Trade Improvement, E. T. Good. 203
  • Steel Tubular ?Scaffolding, " Bettaskaf," 83
  • Tanks of Steel Plate " Clad " or Surfaced with Stainless Steel, (11)
  • Tariff on Steel, Effect on N.B. Coast of, (461)
  • United States Steel Code, 175

J

  • 'JAPAN and Scientific Development, Dr. Kempf, 15
  • Jute for Street Paving in Prague, (137

K

  • KAOLIN Deposits in Finland, (621)
  • Kinematic Design in Engineering, Professor A. F. C. Pollard, 458
  • Korea, Hydro-electric Power Resources of, (35)

L

  • LANOLIN in Paint, Use of, (521)
  • Lantern Slides, E. Bennis and Co., Ltd., (476)
  • Larch Poles for Transmission Poles, (357)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 24, 72, 146, 198, 222, 272, 318, 346, 372, 392, 439, 504, 556, 580, 603
  • Lead, Chemical Resistance of, (595)
  • Lead Melting by Oxy-hydrogen and Oxy-coulgas Processes, (521)
  • Lead Mill at Sheffield, Sheet, 175

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • Admiralty Contracts, 433
  • Aircraft at Sea, Use of, 163
  • Autumn Meetings, 335
  • Blue Eagle, 235; (Letter, S. P. Christie, 282)
  • British and American Locomotives, 13
  • Concrete for Special Purposes. 645
  • Continental industrial Plans, 463
  • Cruiser Position, 139
  • Cruisers, Larger, 523
  • Cunard Liner, 624
  • Docks for Giant Ships, 63
  • Diving and the Young Engineer, (Letters, W. T.. G., 282); Siobo, Gorman and Co., Ltd., 304; Maurice Wilson, 304
  • Electric Traction on Canals. 211
  • Electrical Accidents in Mining, 259
  • Electricity Distribution, 187
  • Excavation in Unstable Ground, 409
  • Express Locomotive, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 63
  • Flying, The Use of, 385
  • Growth of Scientific Jargon," 285; (Letter, B. W. Holman. 332)
  • Ill-informed Railway Criticism, 645
  • Immigrant Factories, 13
  • International Congress on Large Dams. 89
  • Invention and Design, 597
  • Kinematical Design, 463
  • Locomotives, High-pressure, 115
  • London Passenger Transport Board and Electrification, 211
  • Mechanical Operation of Form, 163
  • Multiple Marine Oil Engines, 573
  • High-speed Oil Engine, 139
  • Parity in the Air, 573
  • Patents and Government Departments, 335
  • Power Cultivating Machinery, 311
  • Principle of Similitude, 623
  • Professional Ethics, 385
  • Quality and Price, 311
  • Railway Chairman's Address, 359
  • Railway Criticism, Ill-informed, 645
  • Renaissance, 433
  • Road Accidents, 409
  • Road Accidents Report, 574
  • Roosevelt's Experiment, Mr., 89
  • Science and Future, 235
  • Science and Progress, 285; (Letters, W. 1-Bardsloy. 332; W. T. Symons, 332)
  • Shipbuilding, 646
  • Sporting Event, A, 14
  • Stool Research, 549
  • Steel Trade Reorganisation Plate.. 59,; (Letter, S. G. Newstead, 647)
  • Street Design, 495
  • Sulphur Fumes and Power Stations, 37
  • Superheated Steam in Locomotive Semlee, 523
  • Trade Cycles, 37
  • Two Standards, 495
  • Unemployment, Realities and Problems of, 115
  • Unemployment and Professional Men, 187
  • Waste, 359
  • Water Survey. 549

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • American Locomotive Developments, Paul T. Warner, 91
  • Blue Eagle, S. P. Christie, 282
  • Coal-Oil-Gas, S. P. Christie, 457
  • Colliery Electricians, A.M.I. Mech. E.. 2s2
  • Compressed Air Cylinders, J. Hope Itarykon. 570
  • Cylinder Wear, Germ Lubricants, Ltd.. 60
  • Cylinder Wear and Lubricants, J. E. South-combo, 304
  • Diving for Young Engineers, W. T. G.. 282;
  • Siobe, Gorman and CO., Ltd., 304; Maurice Wilson, 304
  • Efficiency or Employment.. M. Jacklin, 38
  • Engineer Salesman, The, " Sales Engineer. 517; " Export." 551
  • Engineers and East African Prospects J. G. B. Sams, 145
  • Fate of Well-known Steamships, H. 0. Jones, 166
  • France and .Manchukuo, " China Hand," 517
  • Free Vortices, B. Hodkinson, 166
  • Glass-bulb Rectifiers for Electric Railways, H. Rissik, 145
  • Growth of Scientifie Jargon, B. W. Holman. 332
  • Heat Liberation and Transmission in Boiler. E. W. Robey, 551
  • Heating by Reversed Heat Engines, It. C'. Gunson, 145
  • L.M.S. Compounds, F. W. Brewer, 145
  • Locomotive Progress, P. C. Dewhurst, 6; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 39; F. W. Brewi,r, 39
  • Magnetic Gear-boxes, H. Ravenshaw, 6 "Money v. Man," M. Jacklin, 256; R. Gaudin, 304
  • Multiple Marine Oil Engines, J. A. Neilson, 627
  • Preventable Waste in Industry, Robert True, 457
  • Production and Employment, F. H. Auger, 38
  • Rail and Water Transport Rates, E. T. Good. 60
  • Railway Speeds, W. B. Thompson, 332
  • Research on Steels for High Temperatures, F. Samuelson, 594
  • Restricting Supplies, B. Wood, 7
  • Road Accidents, R. J. N. Willcox, 456;
  • R. Douglas Archibald, 551
  • Rolling Mills. Controlled Cooling, A. 11. Huddart, 91
  • Science and Progress. W. L. Bardsloy, 332; W. T. Symons, 332
  • Steel Trade Reorganisation, S. G. Newstead, 647
  • Trade with Scandinavia, J. Roston, 365
  • Water Lowering in Quicksands, T. L. Ree Cooper, 439; " Waterworks Engineer,"' 467; H. J. B. Harding, 488; J. M. Lacey, 489
  • Waterworks Pumping Machinery, NV. Durtnall, 282
  • Welded Wagon Underframes, W. D. Knight, 60
  • Work and Leisure, Vincent Baulk!), 7; C. R. King, 38
  • LIGHTHOUSE at Talairnan.nar, Ceylon, (521 a
  • Lighting Set, 1-kW, Petters. Ltd., Suppt.,
  • September 8th, 1933, iv
  • Lightning, Measurement of a Flash of, (113)
  • Lightning Investigation by South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, (87)
  • Lightning Investigation Committee Set up by South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, (223)
  • Lightning Rod, Protection by, (621)
  • Lining Blocks, Pure White, Acid-proof Vitreous, (233)
  • Linotype Machine Production in Leningrad. (87)
  • Liquid Fuels front Coal for Naval Purposes, Engineer-Captain S. H. Dunlop, 568
  • Lister, R. A.. and Co., Ltd., Smithfield Show Dinner, (606)

LITERATURE :
Reviews :

  • Acoustics for the Constructor, Practical C. W. Glover, 598
  • Analysis of Oil for Production of Lubricants, A. A. Ashworth. 520
  • Bridge Design, Reinforced Concrete, C. Chett.00 and H. C. Adams, 520
  • British Industrieg and their Organisation. G. C. Allen, 410
  • Clays, Chemistry and Physics of, Alfred B.Searle, 260
  • Commercial Motor Road Transport, L. M. Meyrick-Jones, 260
  • Dio Statik in Eisenbetonbau, K. Beyer, 599
  • Industrial Heat, Elements of, John A. Randall and J. Warren Gillen, 550
  • Metallurgy, Rise of, with Special Reference to Sheffield. Discoveries, -Inventions, and Research, Sir Robert Hadfield, 520
  • Moscow, 1911-33, Being the Memoirs of Allan Monkhouse, 646
  • Neon Tube Practice, Dr. W. L. Sohallreuter, 575
  • Office Administration for Manufacturers, R. A. Mills, 550
  • Physical Thought, Development of. L. B. Loeb and A. S. Adams, 598
  • Plastic Working of Metals and Power Press Operations, E. V. Crane, 314
  • Professions. The, A. M. Carr-Saunders and P. A. Wilson., 212
  • Railway Vehicles on a Curved Line, Motion of. C. F. Dendy Marshall, 647
  • Reinforced Concrete Water Towers, Bunker Silos and Gantries, W. S. Gray, 189
  • Road Engineering, E. L. Looming, 599
  • Steel Structures. Competitive Design of, Peter Russell and George Dowell, 189
  • Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines E. H. Lewitt, 15
  • Unemployed Man, The, A Social Study. Dr. E. Wight Bakke, 574
  • "Works Management Education, with Special Reference to the Case System, T. II. Burnham, 464

Short Notices :

  • Automobile Electrical Equipment, A. 1' Young and L. Griffiths, 599
  • Automotive Engineers, P. M. Heldt, 599
  • Car, Mechanism of the, A. W. Judge, 351
  • Commercial Cinematography for Business and Commerce, Using Sub-standard Films, G. H. Sewell, 464
  • Electric Arc Welding, Principle of, Metallic Arc Processes, R. C. Stockton, 387
  • Electrical Measurements, Advanced, W. R. Smythe and W. C. Michels, 387
  • Electrical Transmission and Distribution, E. T. A. Rapson, 351
  • Mechanical Refrigeration, Hal Williams, 351
  • Modern Welding, Technique of, 599
  • Power Economy in the Factory, J. C. Todman, 261
  • Power Generation. Elements of, A. M. Greene. jun., 260
  • Power Plant Engineering and Design, F. T. Morse, 260
  • Punctuation, Modern English, Reginald Skelton, 599
  • Radio-Communication, Principles of, J. H. Morecroft, 141
  • Radio Upkeep and Repairs for Amateurs, A. T. Witte, 599
  • Reinforced Concrete Design, Elements of, H. C. Adams, 599
  • Sanitation of Water Supplies, M. P. Horwoml, 351
  • Standard Methods of Analysis, 599
  • Transmission of Power, Mechanical, late G. F. Charnock, 599
  • Wireless Over Thirty Years, R. N. Vyvyan. 141

Books of Reference :

  • British Waterworks Year Book and Directory with Statistical Tables, 1932-33, General 1, Editor, G. P. Warner Terry, 492
  • Minerals Year Book. 1932-33, 593
  • Motor Ships of the World and Motor Shipping Register, Edited by A. C. Hardy, 593
  •  :8 Railway Officials and Railway Year Book, 1, Universal Directory of, 205
  • Statesman's Year Book, 1933, Edit..,1 by M. Epstein, 205

Books Received :

  • Acoustics for the Constructor, Practical, C. W. Glover, 117
  • Aerodynamics, An Introduction to, R. Poole. 496
  • Aeronautical Engineering, Introduction to, Vol. III., Properties and Strength of Materials, J. D. Haddon, 15
  • Aeroplane Structures, Stresses in, If. B. Howard, 261
  • Air Conditioning, J. A. Moyer and R. t tiz , 496
  • Aircraft Performance Testing, T. Scott Han and T. H. England, 464
  • Air Transport Manual, 575
  • Alloys of Iron and Silicon, E. S. Greiner, J. S. Marsh, and B. Stoughton, 464
  • Analysis of Iron, Steel, and Ferro-alloy, Standard Methods of. 575
  • Analysis of Oil for Production of Lubricants, A. A. Ashworth, 91
  • Analytical Judgment Accounts, W. R. Dunlop, 575

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • Architectural Hygiene. Sir Banister Fletcher and Major H. Fletcher. 304
  • Automobile Electrical Ecluipment. H. P. Young and L. Griffiths, 464
  • Automotive Construction and Operation, J. C. Wright and F. Smith, 387
  • Automotive Engineering, P. M. Hildt, 222
  • Azimuth Determination, E. F. Coddington, 575
  • British Bridges : An Illustiated Technical and Historical Record, 410
  • British Isles, Geographic and Economic Survey, L. Dudley Stamp and S. Beaver, 304
  • British Rainfall, 1932, 351
  • British Ships Illustrated, A. C. Hardy, 286
  • British Standard Specifications, Handbook of Information and Indexed List of, 261
  • British Trade Mark Law, Memorandum on, The Joint Trade Marks Committee, 117
  • British Waterworks Year Book and Directory. with Statistical Tables, 1932-33, Edited by G. P. Warner Terry, 496
  • Building Brick Industry. Economic and Manufacturing Aspects of, 304
  • Calculus of Finite Differences, L. M. Milne-Thompson, 464
  • Chemical Engineering. Rubber in, H. P. Stevens and M. B. Donald, 286
  • Clays and Other Ceramic Materials. Chemistry and Physics of, A. B. Searle, 15
  • Commercial Cinematography, G. IL Sewell. 304
  • Commission Internationale de L'Eclairage, Huitieme Session; Recueil des Travaux et Compte Rendu des Séances, 15
  • Concrete Floor Faces, Prevention of, Report on, 261
  • Conjugate Functions for Engineers, Miles Walker, 575
  • Crystalline State, Edited by Sir W. H. Bragg, F.R.S.. and Dr. W. L. Bragg, F. R.S., 496
  • Die Statik im Eisenbetonbau, Dr. Ing. Kust Beyer, 351
  • Die Workzeugrnaschine tinter Last, Formiinderungen und Beanspruchungcn der Drohbank unter Betriebslast, Or. -Ing.
  • II. Kiekebusch, 189
  • Diesel Engine, Modern, 222
  • Differential Equations for Electrical Engineers, P. Franklin, 65
  • Education for Industry and Commerce in England. A. Abbott, 496
  • Electric Welding. Principles of : Metallic Arc Process, R. C. Stockton, 304
  • Electrical Circuits and Machinery, Second Edition, Vol. I., Continuous Currents, 91
  • Electrical Engineering Practice. Vol. III..J. W. Meares and R. E. Neale, 464
  • Electrical Measurements, Advanced, W. R. Smythe and W. C. Michels, 91
  • Electrical Transmission and Distribution, E. T. A. Rapson, 91
  • Electron Tubes and their Applications, J. H. Slorecroft, 222
  • Engineering Thermodynamics, Elements of, J. A. Mayer, J. P. Calderwood, and A. A. Potter, 222
  • Factory and Workshop Orders, 1933, 212
  • Fire Assaying. Text-book of, E. E. Bugbee, 351
  • Food Investigation Board for Year 1932, Report. 117
  • Forward from Chaos, A. P. Young. 15
  • Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology for the Year 1932, Part I., Summary of Progress of, 15
  • Gesetzmassigkeiten des Dauerbruches und Wege zur Steigerimg der Dauerhaltbarkeit. Dr.-Ing. H. Oschatz, 189
  • Gyroscoic Stabilisation of Land Vehicles, J. F. b. Ross, 464
  • Heat, Dr. J. M. Cook, 65
  • Hydraulics, H. W. King and C. 0. Wisler, 351
  • Influence of Temperature upon the Strength Development of Concrete, N. Davey, 496
  • Industrial Accidents, Illustrated Series of Abstracts from Reports on, (34)
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, Ten Years' Index to Volumes 60-69 (1922-1931), 351
  • Internal Combustion Engineering. Introduction to. J. B. 0. Sneodon, 91
  • Internal Combustion Engines : Theory and Design, V. L. Maleev, 496
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants,• Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1933, 15
  • Krise und Neuaufbau in den exakten Wissonschaften, 15
  • liaw relating to Electrical Energy in India,
  • J. W. Meares, 304
  • Marine Aircraft Design, W. Munro, 410
  • Marine Machinery, Running and Maintenance of, 387
  • Mathematics for Students of Building, Book IL, F. E. Drury and W. T. Haslam, 464
  • Mayfair to Maritzburg : Reminiscences of Eighty Years, Gustave Halle, 351
  • Mechanical Drawing, Basic Units in, R. P. Hoelscher and A. B. Mays, 65
  • Mechanics of Applied Heat, S. H. Moorticla and H. H. Winstanley, 410
  • Metallurgical Analysis by the Spectroscope, D. M. Smith, 464
  • Mineral Industry of British Empire and Foreign Countries : Lead, 15
  • Mineral Resources of United States, 1930: Part I., Metals, 464
  • Minerals Year Book, 1932.-33, 410
  • Mitteilungen. ausden Forschungsanstalten dos Gutshoffnungshutte-Konzerns, 261
  • Modern Machinery, Plant, Tools and Materials in connection with Municipal Undertakings, 15
  • Motorships of the World, Edited by A. C. Hardy, 575
  • Neon Tube Practice, W. L. Schallreuter, 91
  • Northumberland and Durham Coalfield, 15
  • Office Administration for Manufacturers, R.A Mills, 351
  • Oil Problem, Now Aspect of, L. Heyman, 91
  • Physical Mechanics, R. B. Lindsay, 410
  • Physical Thought, Development of, A Survey Course of Modern Physics, L. B. Loeb and A. S. Adams, 65

LITERATURE (continued): Books Received (continued):

  • Physics, An Elementary Introduction to, E. Booth, 91
  • Power Generation, Elements of, A. M. Greene. 65
  • Power Plant Engineering and Design, F. T. Morse, 65
  • Power Sales, Dean Taylor, 496
  • Radio Communications, Principles of, J. H. Morecroft, A. Pinto, and W. A. Curry, 15
  • Radio Upkeep and Repairs for Amateurs. A. T. Witte, 464
  • Railway Officials and Railway Year Book, 1933-34, Universal Directory of, 117
  • Railway Returns for 1932, (7)
  • Raleigh's Principle and its Applications to Engineering, G. Temple and W. G. Hickley, 91
  • Reinforced Concrete Design, Elements of, H. C. Adams, 464
  • Reinforced Concrete Water Towers, Bunkers, Silos, and Gantries, W. S. Gray, 15
  • Rietnen-und Sieltriebe, Dr.-Ing. E. Endo, 496
  • Road Engineering, E. L. Leeming, 222
  • Rubber and Automobiles, C. Macbeth, 15
  • Rubber in Chemical Engineering, H. I'. Stevens and M. B. Donald, 286
  • Safety in Minos Research Board, 1932. Eleventh Annual Report, 261
  • Salvage, Deep Sea, A. Gowans Whyte and R. L. Hadfield, 464
  • Steam, Air, and Gas Power, W. H. Severna and H. E. Degler, 222
  • Steam Power Engineering, Elementary. E. MacNaughton, 65
  • Steam Reciprocating Machinery, Runiniw and Maintenance of, 304
  • Steel Construction, Handbook No. 21, R. A. Skelton, 91
  • Steel Makers, Harry Ifrearley, 496
  • Steel Work for Buildings, Report on : Part .1.Loads and Stresses, 304
  • Stromungsgesetze in rauhen Rohren, Dr.-1ng. J. Nikauradse, 261
  • Th6orie genOralo du coup de Wier, C. Jaeger, 575
  • Thermodynamics, Technical, Professor Dip.lug. W. Shale, Translated by E. W. Geyer. 464
  • Thermometers, Correction Tables for Use with Platinum Resistance, 0. S. Callender and F. E. Hoare, 464
  • This Soft Age, Ernest J. P. Bonn, 286
  • Trade Depression and the Way Out, R. G. Hawtre, 575
  • Unemployed Man, E. Wight Bakke, 286
  • Vectors for Electrical Engineers, Dr. E. Mallett, 464
  • Varmetechnische Arbeitmappe, 575
  • Welding, Technique of Modern, Professor P. Bardtko, Translated by H. Kennedy. 575
  • Wireless Receivers : The Principle of their Design, C. W. Oatley, 496
  • Works Management Education, T. H. Burnham and E. S. Byng, 91
  • LITHOPONE Manufacturing Industry, (357)
  • Lock Nut. Aerogen Company, Ltd., 364

LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD

  • Area of t Iw Board, 1
  • Appointments to the Board, (11), (35)
  • London Passenger Transport Arbitration Tribunal Installed at Columbia House, Aldwych, (383)
  • Electrification, London Passenger Transport Board and, 211
  • London Transport " for General Use, (309)
  • M. J. C. Mitchell's Appointment as Secretary to Liquidators of Underground Railways. (35)
  • Railway Extension Aided by Government Grants, (113)
  • Southern Traffic Commissioner, Post Abelimbed of, (521)
  • Standing Committee on Suburban Passenger Services, (91)
  • LORRIES—see Motor Vehicles, Road
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Future Prospects of, 353
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation of Coal 11,-;National Industry, (521)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Nostell Colliery, (431)
  • Lubricators. Mechanical Forge Feed Oil and I Grease, Bosch, Ltd., Suppt., September 8114. 1933, xv

M

  • MACHINE Gun Driven by Petrol Engine, (19 11

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Adzing and Boring Machine, Railway Sleeper, Thomas Robinson and Sons, Ltd.,190
  • Automatic Tool-rootn Machine, Keler, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 491
  • Bender, Sheet Metal, F. J. Edwards. Ltd., 251
  • Bending Machines, Tube and Bar. W. Kennedy, Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xi
  • Boring Machine, Krause, Fine, Dowding and Doll, Ltd., 330
  • Boring and Turning Mill, Vertical, George Richards and Co.. Ltd., 528
  • Chucks, Sheet Metal Test Piece, Tensometer. Ltd., 328
  • Crank Shaper, " General Purpose." Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd. 491
  • Crank Shaper, 32in. Heavy Dt;ty. Ormerod Shapers. Ltd.. 42
  • Drill," Broomwade." Multi-vane, 280
  • Drilling Machine, Light Sensitive, Lorancu. Ltd., 325
  • Drills, Production of High-speed Steel, (185)
  • Forging Machine, Schiess-Defries (Great Britain), Ltd., 326
  • Gear and Spline Robbing. Machine. Planter, Dowding and Doll, Ltd.,330
  • Hydraulic Press, Tangyes,Ltd., 578
  • Lathe, 7iin. Brassfinishers', Selman Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 492

MACHINE TOOLS (continued) :

  • Lathe, Combination Turret, H. W. Ward, Ltd., 341
  • Lathe, Cross-sliding Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 438
  • Lathe, '4 Gyromatic " Automatic, E. 11. Jones, Ltd., 329
  • Lathe, Heavy-duty Auto, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 366
  • Lathe, Magdeburg " Chip-flow," Dowding and Doll, Ltd., 330
  • Milling Cutter, Wimet Tipped Inserted Blade. A. C. Wickman, Ltd., 468
  • Milling Machine, Duplex, Clifton and Baird, Ltd., 216
  • Milling Machine. High-speed, Craven Bros. (Manchester), Ltd., 528
  • Milling Machines, Werner. E. H. Jones, Ltd., 329
  • Machine Tools. Imports and Exports, Statistics, (113)
  • Machine Tools at Austin Motor Co.'s Long-bridge Works, (11)
  • Planer and Milling Machines. Comparison of, (643)
  • Planing Machine, Railway Axle-box, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 168
  • Press, 10,000-Ton Electrode, Hydraulik, G.rn.b.H.. 146
  • Press, Hydraulic, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 469
  • Press Hydraulic, Tangyes, Ltd., 578
  • Railway Axle Plant for Russia, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 330, 334: Correction, (392)
  • Saw, " Lynx," Motor, John T. Pickles, 169
  • Sawing Machine, Cold, Clifton and Baird, Ltd., 216
  • Sawing Machine. Heavy-duty Gate, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 144
  • Sawing Machine, Heller Vertical Cold, Leo. r_
  • Steinle, Ltd., 329
  • Sawing Machine, Vertical Band, T. Robinson and Son, Ltd., 29
  • Shaper, Thiel Vertical Punch and Form, E. H. Jones, Ltd., 329
  • Straight Drills for Brass, (257)
  • Surfacing. Thicknessing and Moulding Machine, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., 225
  • Thread Grinding, Plant for, (376)
  • Tool. " Eclipse," James Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., 48, (579)
  • Tool-room Machine. Keller Automatic, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 491
  • Tools, High-frequency Electric, Newtons of Taunton, Ltd.. 250
  • Tools. Portable Eleetrir, Black and Decker.Ltd., 253
  • Tools with Cemented Carbide Cutting Tips, Grinding of, (87) 3. Tube Bending Machine, Hilmor, Ltd., 302
  • Tube Bending Machine and Formers, Wit Kennedy, Suppl., September 8th, 1933, xi
  • Turning and Boring Machine, Vomag Two-spindle Precision, Leo. C. Steinle, Ltd., 329 Drill Stand, Die-cast, Fry's (London), Ltd., 603 Drilling Stop, Universal, E. L. Youngelson, Ltd., 328
  • Tools, Use of Super-hard Materials for Tipping, (357)
  • Trends of Machine Tool Design, I. H. Wright, (595)
  • Wear of Tool Testing Machine. Steel, Peecil and Tozer, Ltd.. 59
  • MACHINERY Imports, Licensing of, 194
  • Machinery Metals, Trouble Caused by Temperature Changes, (595)
  • McDonald Observatory, Contract for, (309)
  • Magnesite Mines in France. (383)
  • Magnesium, Protection from Corrosion, (595)
  • Magnesium Alloys, Wheels for Grinding, (233) Lt.
  • Magnifier, " Luminex," R. and J. Beck, Ltd., 169 1- Mahogany Tree of Great Girth, (571)
  • Man, Fuel and, Sir William J. Larks, 386

MAPS :

  • Trustworthiness of Cartographers, 10
  • Argentine-Chilean Railway. Route and Profile of, 39
  • Chile and Argentina, Map of, 39
  • English Steel Corporation's Steel Furnace Plant at Sheffield, General Arrangement of, 231
  • Fairbourne Railway Accident, Profiles at Site of Slip, 41
  • Hatamerforsen Power Supply Area. 538;
  • Position of Cofferdams, 539
  • King's Cross-Hertford Profile, 168
  • Le %erdon, Plan of Mole at Ocean Port • ,f , 2013
  • Liverpool-Southport. Line, 1..M.S., 97
  • Mestre-Venice Viaduct, 641
  • Oldham Gasworks Plant, 349
  • Ringmer and District Electrification Area, 354
  • Silks Hydro-electric Power Plant, 540
  • Southampton Docks, Showing Western Extensions, 3
  • Stockholm, Bridges of, 261
  • Sweden, State Power Stations and Main Transmission Lines, in, 449
  • Swedish Hydro-electric Power Plant Lines, 510
  • Vargon Power Station. General Plan of Regulating, 449
  • Vauxhall Ordnance Works, Circa 1667, 141
  • Vickers Works, Brightside Lune. Sheffield, Steel Furnace Plant, 231
  • Wand.le Valley Sewage Disposal Scheme, 592
  • MARKET Notes and News—Weekly
  • Measurement of Speed at Sea, 182
  • Mechanical Coaling Plant at Shoeburyness, (209)
  • Mechanical Engineering. Experiences in, R. W. Allen, 238
  • Mechanical Engineering, National Certificates and Diplomas in, 611
  • Mechanisation in the Post Office, 103
  • Mechanisation on Employment, Effect of, 199
  • Medway Canal, Abandonment of, (621)
  • Mercury Ions for X-rays, (643)
  • Mercury Production in United States. ( 1 I)
  • Mercury Purification by Electrolytic Method, (283)
  • Mercury Switch for Controlling Cement Mills, (621)
  • Metal Cutting, Photographic Exposures of One-millionth of a Second in Research on. (185)
  • Metal Powders, Compressing and Moulding, (11)
  • Metallic Packings, United States, Metallic Packing Company, Ltd., 304
  • Meteorological Balloons Released in Canada Register Temperature at Height of 9 Miles, (161)
  • Metric Units of Volume. 286
  • Micro-chemical Club, Formation of. (571)
  • Microphone, Carbon, Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd., 390
  • Milk, Bulk Conveyance of. (461)
  • Mill-scale on Paint, (431)
  • Mine Ventilation, Economic. Chief Engineer M. Schaefer, 589
  • Mirrors, Minute, (233)
  • Molybdenum Oro Deposits in Rokko Hilt•, Japan, (493)
  • Monel Metal for Marine Purposes, Henry Wiggin and Co.. Ltd., 228
  • Monsoon in India, 14in. Rain Recorded in Ono' Day at Shivpuri, (87)
  • Montreal may have Rapid Transit. Overhead Highway, (87)
  • Mooring Winches for Floating Crane. 216
  • Motor Remote in Alcohol Fuels, (87)

MOTOR VEHICLES, ROAD :

  • Chassis :
  • Chassis, Articulated Eight-wheeled, Scannell Lorries, Ltd., 484
  • Chassis, Oil-engine-driven, 6-ton, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, Ltd., 484
  • Chassis, 4 W D Cross-country, Garner Motors, Ltd., 472
  • Chassis, 35-85 H.P. " Valkyrie " 32-36-seater, Passenger, Albion Motors, 430
  • Chassis for Buses and Lorries, Associated Equipment Company. Ltd., 486
  • Chassis for Coaches and Lorries, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 486
  • Chassis for Lorry, 40-45 cwt., Dennis Brothers, Ltd., 430
  • Chassis for 6-ton Lorry, Albion Motors, 429
  • Omnibus Chassis, Single and Double-deck, Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company.Ltd., 485
  • Coaches :
  • Coach, " Kers " 32-seater Luxury, (Mon Motors, Ltd., 428, 429
  • Motor Coaches and Omnibuses, Brush Electrical Engineering Company. Ltd., 475
  • Motor Coaches Used in Electric Traction, Railway- Rates Tribunal's Judgment, (521)
  • Lorries :
  • Commercial Van, " Pug " 2-ton, Commer Cars, Ltd., 470
  • Lorry, 2-ton Handy Platform, Sir J. I. Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., 473
  • Lorry, 3-ton, Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd.. 488
  • Lorry, 7-ton Light Six-wheeled, Pagefield Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., 487
  • Lorry Body, " Ironclad " Lightweight, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers). Ltd., 470
  • Lorry Chassis, 6-ton, Albion Motors, 429
  • Lorries, Oil-engined, Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., 485
  • Lorries and Chassis. Garner Motors, Ltd., 472
  • Moving Floor Discharging Body, Principalis Wagon Company, Ltd., 472

Motor Cars.

  • General :
  • Car Production in Russia, (493)
  • Motor Car Developments at French Exhibition, 361
  • Motor Car Show at Olympia, 352, 381
  • Motor Cars and Tractors Produced in Russia, (87)
  • Motor Cylinder Re-boring Bar, Mansions Motor Company, Ltd., 218
  • Motor Industry of Great Britain, Report of Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Ltd., 25
  • Motor Industry of Great Britain, Annual Statistics, (144), (283)
  • Motor Spirit from Alcohol in India, (357)
  • Motor Traffic Census, (460)
  • Motor Vehicles for U.S. War Department, (621)
  • Cars :
  • Associated Equipment Company. Ltd., 130
  • H.P. Oil-engined Racing Car, 43
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., Rear-engined Streamline Car. 352
  • Daimler 10 H.P. and 20 H.P. Cars, 380
  • Lanchester 10 H.P. and 18 H.P. Cars, 380
  • Morris Cars at Olympia, 381
  • Riley 9 H.P. and 14 H.P. Cars, 380
  • Wolseley Cars at Olympia, 380
  • Motor Omnibuses for Hyderabad, (547)
  • Omnibus, " Zeus " 56-seater, Double-deck, Gifford Motor Company, Ltd., 430
  • MOWER, Specially Lubricated, Bentall and Co., Ltd., 66

N

  • NATIONAL Industrial Recovery Bill, American, 39
  • Natural Gas and Oil Resource in Manitoba to be Piped to Winnipeg, 95 Miles Away, (309)
  • Natural Gas Plant at Regina, (461)
  • Natural Steam, Utilisation of, l75
  • Nautical Instruments, John Lilloy and Son. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. iii
  • Naval Work, Value of, Sir Alexander Kennedy, 537
  • Navigation of Sea Passage to Kara Sea, (571)
  • Navy and Coal Fuel, 561
  • Navvy, 3 Cubic Yard Electric, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.. 168
  • New York City a Production of Communication Revolution, R. G. Albion, (257)
  • Nickel Alloys in Various Engineering Fields, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., 227
  • Nickel Cast Iron, Mond Nickel Company, I d , 241
  • Nickel in Various Alloys, Applications of, Henry Wiggin and Co.* Ltd., 227
  • Nickel Ore Discovered in Northern Finland, (61)
  • Nitrogen Alloyed in Chromium and Nickel Chromium Steels, Effect of, (283)
  • Non-ferrous Metals for Low Temperatures, Mechanical Properties of, (595)
  • Non-ferrous Metal Statistics, 208
  • Non-metallic Minerals Produced in America, (571)
  • Norman Lockyer Lecture, Empire Communication, Professor E. V. Appleton, 537
  • Nut Runner, High-cycle, Black and Decker, Ltd., 253

O
OBITUARY :

  • Bain, David, (309)
  • Baines, Sir Frank, 635
  • Beaumont, Sir George. (383)
  • Biles, Sir John Harvard (Portrait). 434
  • Churchward, G. J., 611. 647 (Portrait)
  • Cramp, C. T., (61)
  • Craven, Tom, 625
  • Currie, David, (185)
  • Cuss, Nevi! John, (209)
  • D'Albe, Dr. E. E. F., (35)
  • Delfos, Cornelius Frederik, 570
  • Ellerman, Sir John, 51
  • Ellis, T. W.* (198)
  • Everest, A. 11., 77
  • Fowler, Alfred, (163)
  • Glegg. Sir Alexander, 273
  • Grunwell, Hartley, 421
  • Harris, J. W., (571)
  • Hiller, E. G., 91
  • Houston, Sir Alexander (Portrait). 434
  • Hunter, Adam, 447
  • Kearns, J. R. C., 91
  • Lapworth, Dr. Herbert, 299
  • Mansergh, E. L., 406
  • Martin, Harold Medway, 527
  • Milton, Dr. James T. (Portrait), 626
  • Painleve, Monsieur Paul, 479
  • Parsons, The Hon. Lady, 373
  • Pearn, Sinclair, 382
  • Powel, H. O., (409). (621)
  • Rolland, John, 151
  • Saunders, S. E.. 611
  • Shannon, D. M., 611
  • Smith, J. Waldo, (431)
  • Spring. Sir Francis, 199
  • Stewart, A. W., 127
  • Stevens, R. H., 232
  • Stewart, Val. B.. 51
  • Traill, William A.. 25, (35)
  • Vyle, Sir Gilbert (Portrait), 256
  • Wainford, E. H., (532)
  • Westinghouse. H. H., (595)
  • Wolfe, Joseph P., (357)
  • "ODOGRAPH " Sperry-Villiers, 327
  • Oil and Mineral Riches of Chinese Turkestan, (257)
  • Oil Filter. Zwicky, Ltd.. 328
  • Oil Filters. A.C.-Sphinx Sparking Plug Company, Ltd., 381
  • Oil Firing to Coal Firing, Risk of Flue Explosions when Changing from, (461)
  • Oil Firing Equipment for Boilers and Furnaces, J. Samuel White and Co.. Ltd., Suppe., September 8th, 1933, vii
  • Oil from Coal, 51, 130
  • Oil from Coal, Orders Placed for Rillingham Plant, 286
  • Oil from Coal Plant in New South Wales, (87)
  • Oil Pollution, 509
  • Oil Purification Plant, Stone-Empson, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 276
  • Oil Purifier, Marino Typo, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd., 329
  • Oil Purifiers, Centrifugal, Alfa-Laval Company, Ltd., 329
  • Oil Refinery at Ellesmere Port, Crude, (137)
  • Oil Refinery at Hulutso, (547)
  • Oil Seal, " Cita," Charles Weston and Co., Ltd., 303
  • Oil Shale near Weymouth, (493)
  • Oil Shows Saving Over Coal at National Institute for the Blind, (407)
  • Oil Supplies of the World, J. B. C. Kershaw, 353
  • Oiler, Force Feed, Joseph Kaye and Co., Ltd., (579)
  • Oiliness Comparator, Sir W. H. Bailey and Co., Ltd.. 579
  • Oils and Greases, Sternol, Ltd., 488
  • Oils and Lubricants, Russian Oil Products, Ltd., 330
  • Oils and Lubricants, Shell-Mex and B.P.. Ltd.. 330
  • Oils and Lubricants for Wire Drawing, Cutting, Germ Lubricants, Ltd.. 330
  • Optophone. Death of Inventor, Dr. E. E. F. D'Albe, (35)
  • Oro Deposits of Northern Albania. Charter Granted to Naylor, Benson and Co. (London) to Work, (61)
  • Ore Deposits of Irsky Region of Samara, (87)
  • Ore Disposal in Slog, Lahn, and Dill Districts, Agreement on, (257)
  • Organising an Information Service, Eric N. Simons, 130
  • Overseas Trade Development Council, Additions to Membership, 151
  • Overseas Transport Unit, Tractor for 15-Ton. Associated Equipment Company Ltd 55, 62 (Two-page Supplement July 21st 1933 Note 246)
  • Oxy-acetylene Equipment, Dublin Jobbing Plumber and, (520)
  • Ozone Produces " Knocking " in Petrol Engines, (407)

P

  • PAINT Plant, Pnetunatic l2in Spray, B.E.N.Patents. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933. ii
  • Paint-spraying Apparatus. Aerostyle, Ltd., 226
  • Paint-spraying Equipment, Lacy, Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 249
  • Paint Weathering, Parkerising Tests on, Pyretic, Company, Ltd., 431. (579)
  • Painting Equipment, Spray, Aerostyle, Ltd., 226
  • Paints, German Railways and, Weathering Tests of, (431)
  • Paper Board Machine at Thames Board Mills, 165in.. Charles Wa!matey and Co., Ltd., 70
  • Paper Factory on Umgeni River, Natal, (521)
  • Paper-making Machine. Walmsleys (Bury), Ltd.. Largest in World, (461)
  • Paper-making Machinery Factory at Sheffield, (407)
  • Paper Mill Without Windows at Blandin, America, (407)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS. BRITISH

  • Aeronautics, 173
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 609
  • Cranes and Conveyors. 297
  • Crushing and Grinding, 149, 420
  • Dynamos and Motors. 49, 125, 173, 197, 221. 245, 271, 297, 321, 371, 445, 479, 507, 535, 559, 583, 633, 655
  • Electrical Appliances. 49, 75, 245. 321, 315, 371, 655
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 23, 49, 125, 149. 245, 345, 371, 395, 419. 507, 559, 633, 655
  • Furnaces. 221, 479, 507, 535, 559 (las Producers, 149, 197. 419
  • Lighting and Heating, 76. 174, 198, 634
  • Locomotives, 174
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 24, 50. 75, 101, 149, 198, 246, 272, 298. 445, 479. 535, 559, 584. 610, 655
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 50, 150, 173, 419, 479, 609, 655
  • Metallurgy, 50. 150, 198, 222. 445, 634
  • Mining Machinery, 50
  • Miscellaneous, 24. 50, 76, 102, 126, 150, 174. 198. 222, 246, 272. 298, 322, 346, 372, 396. 420, 446. 480, 507. 536, 560, 584, 610, 634, 656
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 246, 272, 535. 610
  • Ordnance and Armour, 298
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery. 101
  • Ships and Boats, 24, 50, 75, 610
  • Steam Generators, 101. 173, 245. 271, 297. 321. 345, 371, 419, 507, 535, 583. 609, 633
  • Switchgear, 23. 101, 125, 197, 221, 245, 272. 297. 345, 395
  • Telegraphs and Telephones. 371
  • Tramways and Railways, 49, 126, 174, 222. 322. 560, 583
  • Transformers and Converters, 23, 75, 101, 125. 173. 197, 395. 445, 535. 583, 609. 633
  • Transmission of Power, 49, 75, 101, 126, 149, 221. 345, 372, 395. 419, 479, 559, 609, 633
  • Turbine Machinery, 75, 125, 445, 583
  • Water Purification, 656
  • Welding, 126, 150, 321, 633
  • PASSENGER Vehicles, Albion Motors. 430
  • Patent Fuel Plant at Pernik, (643)
  • Patina on Copper, Artificial, (383)
  • Pavement Smasher. Keystone Driller Company. 341
  • Paving Brick, Treatment of Surface of Newly Laid, (155)
  • Pendulum, Problem of Developing a Free. C. Chandrasekhariah, (11)
  • Personal and Business, 20, 46, 72, 102, 126. 150, 170, 222, 242, 272, 298, 318, 342. 368, 392, 442, 508, 532, 556. 580. 806. 630, 652
  • Petrol from British Coal, Air Force Experiments with, (595)
  • Petrol from Coal in South Africa, (137)
  • Petrol Pumps, A.C.-Sphinx Sparking Plug Company, Ltd., 381
  • Petrol from Sawdust and Peat, Swedish Government's Experiments. (595)
  • Petroleum Congress, World, Resolutions Passed at July Meetings, 189
  • Petroleum Products Industry in Canada, 1932. (61)
  • Photo Flash Lamp, (460)
  • Pier No. 2 Reconstruction at Halifax, /CS_ (431)
  • Pier at Weymouth, (137)
  • Pipe Coupling, " Dresser." Burton, Delingpole and Co., Ltd., 83
  • Pipe-cutting and Bevelling Machine. (595)
  • Piston Rings, United States Metallic. 304
  • Pitch, Viscosity of, (431)
  • Planter, " Robot," Transplanters, Ltd., 66, 67
  • Plasters and Renderings. Failures of, (493)
  • Plastics, Demonstration of Machinery at Alfred Herbert. Ltd., Works, (400)
  • Plastics Industrial Exhibition, Open until January. 1934, (383)
  • Plating Barrels. W. Canning and Co., Ltd., 1
  • Platinum and a Distinctive loran Mark, (35)
  • Ploughing Engine, Steam, J. and H. McLaren. Ltd., 66, 67
  • Plug Cock for Corrosive Fluids, Dowrance and Co., 326
  • Plywood for Concrete Forms, (137)
  • Pneumatic Machinery for Rock Drills. Holman Brothers, Ltd., 520
  • Pneumatie Plant for Stone Dressing, Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, 500
  • Pneumatic Tires for Farm Tractors, 127
  • Pneumatic Tools, " Broomwade," 280
  • Pneumatic Tools, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Ltd.. 503
  • Poplar. Perishable, and Difficult to Dry. (475)
  • Porcelain, Dielectric Strength. of, (161)
  • Port of Churchill, Hudson's Bay, Canada. Navigation Period, (309). (366)
  • Port of Le Verdon, Ocean, 77. 203, 210
  • Port of London, Annual Report. 286
  • Port of Richborough. 509
  • Port of Southampton, 2, 3, 12, 26, 27, 53; Approaches, 537; Dock Caisson Floated into Position, 199; Opening by H.M. The King, 77; (Leading Article, 63); (Two-page Supplement, July 14th, 1933)
  • Port of Vizagapatam, Draft Rules Gazetted for. (283)
  • Post. Office, Mechanisation in the, 103
  • Potato Digger, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 31
  • Power Station at Kramatorsk. Steam, (11)
  • Precision Measuring Technique and its Influence ion the Progress of Shipbuilding and Ship Operation. Dr.-Ing. Pabst, 14
  • Producer Gas for Motor Vans, (209)
  • Producer Gas Furnace for Lancashire Boiler, T. Roland Wollaston, 156, 157
  • Production Managers, How They Came into Existence, (547)
  • Profit-sharing, Co-operative, 635 1$.! II. 3,
  • Programme Transmitter, Elliott Broth•.r (London), Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933. vi
  • Projector and Swirlier Optical Unit. Wm., London Electric Firm. 226
  • Projector, 24in. Suez Canal, London Electric Firm, 226
  • Propellor Shaft, Assembly. Standago Power Couplings, Ltd.. 228
  • Propeller with Divided Blades, Skagen's, (431)
  • Propeller Copper with Added Beryllium for, (643)
  • Public Utility Plants and Plants Operated in Connection with Industrial Plant in U.S.A.. (407)
  • Pulverised Fuel Plant, Sheffield to Manufacture. (595)
  • Pump Bodplate Casting. Intricate, English Stool Corporation. 530

PUMPS:

  • Boiler Feed Pumps, Parallel Operation (Single•stage, Lieut.-Commander H. Redfield, 649
  • Fuel Pump and Sprayer of Fuelol Engine, Blackstone and Co.. Ltd., 31
  • Pump, Electrically Driven Self-lubricating. R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.. 29
  • Pump, Fuel, Simms Motor Units, Ltd., 487
  • Pump. Mirrlees Compact Motor-driven. 280
  • Pump. Motor-driven Positive Displacement. Varley Pumps and Engineering, Ltd., 301
  • Pump, Petrol Engine Driven, Mirrlees, 280
  • Pump, Turbine•driven Axial Flow, W. 11. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.. 277 (Supplement. September 22nd, 1933)
  • Pump, Vortical Self-priming. Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 279 (Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Pump at Southampton Docks. 4in. Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., 62, 53
  • Pumping Plant for Egypt, Oil Engine Driven Floating, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 118
  • Pumping Plant of City of Montreal Extensions, (383)
  • Pumping Set, 3in., Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 503
  • Pump Set for Mine Work of Coltness Iron Company. Ltd., Harland Engineering Company, Ltd., Quick Delivery of. ( 407)
  • Pumps, Fuel Injection, Simms Motor Unite, Ltd., 381
  • Pumps, Parallel Operation of Single-stage Boiler Feed. Liout.-Commander H. J. Redfield, 649
  • Rotary Pump with Moving Blades, Kitson Pump Saks and Engineering Company, 326
  • Sump Pump, Air Motor Driven. Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company. Ltd., 603
  • PURIFICATION of Flue Gases at .Battersea Power Station, 32. 33 3 3

Q

  • QUAY Extensions for Wanclsworth Gas ConsPliny, (431)

R

  • RABBLING for Multiple Hearth Furnaces. A. J. Caddick, Correction. (24)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) :
Accidents :

  • Accident on Stanley Incline Recalled, (185)
  • Accidents on Railways, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Annual Report. (35). 41, 4 I. (209)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Reports on. (521); Ministry of Transport Inquiries, (137)
  • Ais Gill Accident Recalled, (209)
  • Buffer Stop Collision at St. Enoch Station. Glasgow—Thirty Years Ago, (87)
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Victoria, Colonel Woodhouses Report, 332, (333)
  • Christmas Railway Accidents, (643)
  • Collision at Altrincham, (595); Colonel Trench Opens Inquiry. (621)
  • Collision at Bowling, (257); Lieut.•Colonel Anderson's Report, (571)
  • Collision at Broadheath. (595)
  • Collision at Hove Station, (521)
  • Collision at Level Crossing on Totton, Fawley and Hytho Light Railway, (113); Lieut.•Colonel Mount's Report, (493)
  • Collision between Baskelf and Alm, (595)
  • Coupling Failures. Colonel Mount's Report. (161) ('rich Junction, Amber ate Adjourned Inquest on Victims, (137)
  • Colonel Trench's Report, (357), (383)
  • Fairbourno Railway Accident, Lieut.Colonel Mount's Report, 41; Sequel, (595)
  • Fatal Accident at Hollifield, (643)
  • Fatal Accident to Capstanmen, (571)
  • French Railway Disaster, 635, (643)
  • Great Bridgeford Collision, (407)
  • Hartlepool Yard, Driver's Clover Handling of Locomotive Prevents Serious Accident at, (161)
  • Level Crossing Accidents. Lieut.-Colonel Mount and, (233), (493)
  • Little Salkold Railway Collision, 25, (35);
  • Inquest Adjourned, (87), (283); Signalman Charged with Manslaughter, (333);
  • Acquitted, (383); Verdict of " Accidental Death," (407); Lieut. -Colonel Mount's Report, 457, (461)
  • Passenger Killed by Obstruction from Passing Train between Beith and Glengarnocic. (333)
  • Railway Accidents in Ireland, (357)
  • Raynes Park Derailment and Collision. Colonel Anderson's Roport, (357), (382)
  • Safety of Trains and Illness of Solitary Signalman, (257)
  • Sandhills Station Collision, Colonel Anderson's Report, (113)

RAILWAYS GENERAL MATTERS) (continued):
Accidents (continued) :

  • Sirhowy Branch Collision, Colonel Trench's Report. (647)
  • Three Bridges Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, (61)
  • Tiverton Junction Accident, Lieut.-Colon4.1 Woodhouse's Report. (11)
  • Waterloo Station. Liverpool, Accident of July 15th, 1903. Recalled, (35)
  • Wellingborough Runaway Train. (87)
  • Wigan Disaster of Sixty Years, Recalled. (113). (137)
  • All-metal Passenger Rolling Stock, Difficulty in Rescuing Passengers from, (137)
  • Amalgamation of Unions, Proposed. (233)
  • Argentine-Chilean Railway, 39
  • Bailey, A. S., Retirement of. (643)
  • Bells on Signal-boxes, (493)
  • "Bradshaw," Numbering of. (61)
  • British Railway Companies and Pickfords.Ltd., and Carter. Paterson and Co.. Ltd., (137)
  • Campbeltown and Machrilianish Light Railway, Closing of, (547)
  • Companies Using Peterborough Station4. (493)

Electrification of Railways:

  • British Main Line Electrification, F. Lydall. (357)
  • Electric Locomotives Required for Soy', t Electrification Scheme, (81)
  • Electric Locomotives on Sud-Ouest Railway. (283)
  • Electric Traction between Stockholm and Malmo, (407)
  • Electrification of Railways. Minister of Transport arid. (521)
  • Electrification of Main Lino of Orleans Company. Fine Inaugural Run. (161)
  • Electrification of Railways and New-street Station. Birmingham, (333)
  • Electrification of Swedish Railways, (571)
  • Electrification of Warsaw Railways, 127
  • Electrification on Spanish Northern Railways Company. (113)
  • Export of Railway Material, (431)
  • Fish Bolt for Indian Railways. " Guest Avatt," (283)
  • Fish-plates on Branch Lines in India. (160)
  • "Flying Hamburger " Type Ordered. Two. (19)
  • Freight Train Operation, E. D. Ginn, (357)
  • French Railway Speeds, 40
  • Funicular Railway up Montmartre. Paris. Electrically Operated. (86)
  • Gas-lighted Passenger-carrying Vehicles on the Railways, (493)
  • German State Railways and Freedom from Railway Accidents, (643)
  • Giant's Causeway Electric Tramway, Jubilee of. (35) (333)
  • Glover, G. T.. Retirement of, (11)
  • Goods Traffic Increases on Grouped Railways for the Twenty-fifth Week of Year, (20)
  • Great Northern Railway, Seventy Years' Running between King's Cross to Fortingdon-street, (383)
  • Great Orme Tramway. Affairs of. (283)
  • Grey, Late Viscount, and the Railways, (257)
  • Grouped Companies and Carter. Paterson and Co., and Pickfords, (461)
  • Grouped Railways, Half-yearly Dividend Statements, (113)
  • Increases in Traffic Receipts on Grouped Railways, (161)
  • Indian Railway Board, Dynamometer Car on Great Indian Peninsular Railway, (11)
  • Look and Manifold Railway, Late Mr. E. R. Calthrop and. (407)
  • Length of Grouped Railways, (407)
  • Level Crossings and Railways, Legal Position of Companies, (185)
  • Light Railway Equipment, R. Hudson, Ltd., 454
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway Services, Competitive Running of, (11)
  • Livestock Conveyance on the Railways, (521)
  • London and Birmingham Railway, Cast Iron Plato Found at Wembley, (547)
  • " London Transport " for General Use, (309)
  • Ministry of Transport Statistics, April, 1933. (98) : May, 1933, (161); June, 1933, (333), (383); July. 1933, (461); August. 1933. (547)
  • Motor Trolloy Gang Method on South African Railways, (81)
  • Motor Trolley Maintenance on the Railways. (309)
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Death of General Secretary, Mr. C. T. Cramp, (61);
  • Mr. J. Marchbank Appointed Secretary, (621); President and Secretary Elected. (87)
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Substitute for Central and National Wages Boards, Attitude of, (35)
  • Paris Circular Railway, Passenger Traffic Discontinued on. (547)
  • Persian Railway, Swedish Finn to Construct 1000-Mile. (461)
  • Privately Owned Wagons, (571)
  • Rails and Fish Plates for Bombay Park Trust Railway Purchased from Tata Iron and Steel Company, (621)
  • Railway Appointments, (35). (61). (257,1. (333), (461)
  • Railway and Canal Commission, Bill for Abolition of. (87)
  • Railway Companies' Bills in Parliament, (571)
  • Railway Companies and Privately Owned Stock, Agreement Between. (367)
  • Railway Companies and Railway Unions (383)
  • Railway Contracts (561)
  • Railway from Lishuchen to Paotsing, Proposed (283)
  • Railway Institute of Shildon, Centenary of, (283)
  • Railway Labour and Coalition Government, (61)
  • Railway Motive Power, Modern Trend in. W.C. Dickerman, 489

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) continued):

  • Railway Rates Tribunal Decision on Rates and Charges, (87)
  • Railway Returns for 1932, (7), (431). (643)
  • Railway Staff Census. (309)
  • Railway Strike in Ireland and MontanIciii Derailment. (383)
  • Railway Wagon Census. 561
  • Railways and National Wages Board, (257)
  • Relining for Transition Curves by Offsets. J. D. W. Ball, 156
  • Road Vehicles of the Railway Companies. 481
  • Roll Call for Gangs May Prevent Accidents, (309)
  • Safety of Railway Travel in 1873. (521)
  • Safety on Single Lines of Railway, (185)
  • Salaries and Wage*, Paid by Railway Companies, (233)
  • Semaphore Signals, Light for Night Indications of. (643)
  • Shanghai Railway Station, (309)
  • Short Fish-plates on the Railways, 14:Xlwri-MINAS with, (493)
  • Signal-box Bell at Hebdon Bridge. (431)
  • Signalling History on Metropolitan Railway. (283)
  • Sleeper, Pot, or Rail Bearer, R. A. Skelton and Co., Ltd„ 414
  • " Smoking " and " Not Smoking " Carriages. Regulations for, (233)
  • South African Railways Commission of Exports. Sir Guy Granot, Chairman, (161)
  • South African Railways, Permanent Way in Good Condition, (309)
  • South African Government Railways. Purchase of Steel Rails from Canada. (11)
  • " Summer Tickets " for 1934, (595) : Effect on Railway. (283); Proposed Continuance. (161)
  • Surrey Iron Railway. Wandsworth Gas Works on Site of, (383)
  • Switch, Light Railway, 14. Hudson, Ltd., 454
  • Third-class Sleeping Cars. Comfort of British, (137)
  • Thirty-five Years on the Railway—and After, William Whitelaw, 367; (Loading Article. 359)
  • Track Circuit Failures, (493)
  • Traffic Receipts, Thirty-third Week, (233) :
  • Thirty-oith Week, (333) : Forty-first, Week, (407); Forty-fifth Week, (521) : Forty-ninth Week, (643)
  • Train Ferry for Nanking. (431)
  • Wagons, Common Use of, (595)
  • Wagons on British Railways, (547)

RAILWAYS :
Great Western Railway :

  • Acceleration of Cornish Riviera and Torbay Expresses. (233)
  • Bishop's-road Station Merged into Paddington, (595)
  • Cranes at Roath Dock Warehouse. (61)
  • Motor Transport and G.W.R., 127
  • Paddington and Power Signalling. (595)
  • Railcar, 130 H.P., Oil Engine Driven. Hardy Motors, Ltd., 411 (Two-page Supplentent, October 27th, 1933)
  • Rosignalling Cardiff General Station, (11)
  • Steel Sleepers on the Great Western Railway, A. S. Quartermaine. (547)
  • Steel Sleeper Order. (595)
  • Time-table Clock at Paddington Working. (493)
  • Water from Severn Tunnel. (309)
  • Wood. Rates Reduction for Carriage of. (621)

London, Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Bridge Strengthening Between Mangotsfield and Bath. (333)
  • Bridge Replacements in London Area, (283)
  • Chalkwell Bay Station, Progress on. (209)
  • Containers, Additional Orders for. (233)
  • Deviation of Cheadle Single-line Branch, (547)
  • Dore and Chinloy Section Opened Forty Years, (431)
  • Enlarged Siding Accommodation at Leicester, (257)
  • Fastest Run Between Coventry and Huston, September 19th. 1933. (283)
  • " Halt " Opened at " Golli Felon." (257)
  • Improvements Between Bromsgrove and Stoke 'tVorks Junction. (61)
  • Improvement Scheme at Nuneaton. (283)
  • Irish Mail Trains, Acceleration of. (595)
  • Leigh-on-Sea and Chalkwell Stations, (461)
  • Llanfair Station, Full Name to be Exhibited. (461)
  • Locomotive, L.M.S. 4-6 -2 Express. "Princess Royal," 63. 151
  • Locomotive " No. 6201 " Named " Princess Elizabeth," (547)
  • Locomotive Orders with Private Firma, 537
  • L.M.S. Locomotive " Princess Royal," Trial Trip of, 151
  • Locomotives Returned to Traffic. (407)
  • Luggage. Parcels and Motor Car Vans, 95
  • Mechanical Coaling Plant at Ashton and Rugby, (461)
  • Pullman Cars and Staff Taken Over by the Railway Company. (647)
  • Railway Bridges. Strengthening, (233)
  • Railway Works at Hazel Grove and Bromhall Area, (595)
  • Railways in Peak District, 361
  • Railway Workers and Winter Studies, (357)
  • Retirement of Mr. Fred. J. Ramsdell, (35)
  • " Royal Scot " Train Tour in Canada and United States, (357); Completion of Tour, (521); Returning to England, (547), 561; On View at Button, (595)
  • Signalling at Retford. (233)
  • Slat Conveyors at Burnley and Huddersfield, (431)
  • Sleeping Car Diamond Jubilee on West Coast Route. (407)
  • Sleeping Cans. Third-class, New Type. (209)
  • Speed of Trains Between Mangotstield and Gloucester, (35)

RAILWAYS (continued) :
London, Midland and Scottish Railway (continued):

  • Speed Records Between EiNton and Coventry, (309)
  • Staveley to Elmton and Cresswell Branch Opened Forty-five Years, (431)
  • Vacuum Smoke-box Cleansing Apparatus at. Willesden. 166
  • Wagon Conversion to Modern Conditions. (11)
  • Wagons. 2000 12-Ton Open, (521)
  • War Nreteratt Locomotive " No. 2717." 103.
  • 'Works and Rolling Stock Program 1934, (696), (643)

London and North Eastern Railway :

  • Ballast Riddle, Motor-driven, Designed by R. J. M. Inglis. (137)
  • Cast Iron Permanent Way Chairs, Order, Placed for, (621)
  • Closing of Line from Sperm Bridge to Fort Augustus, (431)
  • Colour Light Signalling Between Seven Sisters and Enfield Town, (493)
  • Oil-electric " Railbus " in Regular Service Between Newcastle and North Wylawn, (333)
  • " Queen of Scots " 11,111man Train. Record Run. (671)
  • " Scarborough Flyer.' Ruts t,, l of k. (87)
  • Tourist Trunk Train 112

Southern Railway :

  • Electricity Supply from Croydon Corporation. (383)
  • Electrification Extension to Sevenoaks, 537, (547)
  • Electrification, Further Schemes, 561
  • Exeter Central Station Opened July 1st. 1933. (7)
  • Gold Medal for Fifty Years' Service, (137)
  • Paddle Steamer for Portsmouth-Ryde Service Ordered from \'m. Donny and Brothers, (621)
  • Rearrangement of Rodhill and Sovonoaks Lines, (459)
  • Relaying " North Kent East " Junction and Main and Greenwich Lines Between London Bridge and Now Cross, (521)
  • Retirement. of Mr. G. R. Newcombe, (233)
  • " Southern Belle " renamed " Brighton Belle." (621)
  • Tonbridge Station Improvements, (459)
  • Train Ferry Dock, Southern Railway, 127. (137)
  • Train Ferries, Southern Railway, 1

Underground Railways of London :

  • Electrification of Underground, (461)
  • Inspection of Inner Circle Rolling Stock and Motors, (621)
  • Piccadilly Railway Extension, 103
  • Piccadilly Tube Opened to Cockfostors. (113)
  • Tubo Railway for Ilford, Deputation to Lord Ashfield, (621)
  • Underkzvound " a Misnomer, Manchedter Guardtan's London Correspondent, (113) I
  • Underground Railway Station Improvements, (283)
  • Uxbridge Branch of Metropolitan and L.P.T.B.. (257)
  • Uxbridge Through Services, (383)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS .

  • American Locomotive Developments, Paul T. Warner, 91
  • "Atlantic " Typo Locomotive Converted to 4-6-0 Typo on Egyptian State Railways, 58
  • Austrian 2e--8-4 Locomotive. 176, 177
  • Belgian 2-8-0 Locomotive. 201
  • Board of Trado, Exports of Locomotive, (87)
  • British and American Locomotives, 13
  • Bulgarian 2-120--4T Locomotive, 202
  • Czechoslovakian 2-10-2T Locomotive. 201
  • Dundas and Nowtylo Railway, Centenary ut Use of Locomotives on, (309)
  • Eight British Locomotives for China, (61)
  • High-pressure Locomotives, 115
  • Kitson-Still Locomotive, Records of Runs, Kitson and Co.. Ltd., 238, 239
  • Locomotive for Northern Counties Commit t A' 4..
  • Ireland, 2-6-0 Superheater, 96
  • Locomotive Orders with Private Firms, .',37
  • Locomotive Practice. Modern Europeatls. Brian Reed. 176. 186. 200
  • Locomotive Repair Shops at. Bath fur S. & D. Locomotives. Improvements at, (209)
  • Locomotive Testing Plant at Vitry, 402, 465
  • Locomotives. Recent American Express, E. C. Poultney. 614. 636
  • Locomotives Using Carlisle Station, 1'i grouping and To-day. (407)
  • Locomotives Using York Station. Frt.. grouping and To-day, (407)
  • London. Midland and Scottish Railway. 4-6-2 " Pacific " Express Passenger Locomotive " No. 6200," 16. 63
  • No. 6201 " Named " Princess Elizabeth," (547)
  • Netherlands Railways. 4 8-4T Locomotiv.., 202
  • Nord Compound " Decapod " Locomotive. 200
  • Norwegian 4-8-0 Locomotive, 202
  • Smoke-box Cleanser at Willesden, Vacuum, Davidson and Co.. Ltd., 166
  • Spray Cleaning for Locomotives, (333)
  • Steam Locomotives in Use, Railway Returns. Statistics, (621)
  • " Super-Mountain " Locomotive Not in Service on Cherbourg Line. (521)
  • Tank Locomotive, L.M.S. Railway, 406 1Var Veteran, Locomotive " No. 2717," 103
  • Water Pick-up Gear, Improved, L.M. and s. Railway. 468

Locomotives. Diesel. Oil, and Oil-Electric (also Railcars):

  • Diesel Electric Units for the Buenos Aire, Great Southorn Railway. P. C. Saccaggio, 579 1 1

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS (continued)
Locomotives, Diesel, Oil, and Oil-Electric (also Railcars) (continued) :

  • German 1000 B.H.P. 4-4-4 Oil Locomotive. (461)
  • Hauling Capacity of 800 H.P. Diesel-electric Locomotive, (257)
  • Kitson-Still Locomotive. Records of RUIL4. 238, 239
  • Oil-electric Train Set for Brazil, Sir W. C. Armstrong, Whitworth and ('o. (Engineers), Ltd., 529
  • Oil-electric Locomotive, L.N.E.R. Main Line, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 490, (560), (Note, 536)
  • Oil-electric Rail Coach, 200 H.P., English Electric Company, Ltd., 626, 627
  • Oil-electric Rail-bus Demonstration, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and (%). (Engineers), Ltd., 127, 168
  • Oil-electric Rail-bus Results, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 168
  • Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive 0-4-0, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 300
  • Oil-electric Train for San Paulo Railway, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 69
  • Oil Engine Locomotive, 16-20 H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 452
  • Oil Locomotives for Algiers-Oran Railway. (431)
  • Rail-bus, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 18
  • Railcar, 130 H.P. Oil-engined, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 86
  • Railcar for Great 'Western Railway, 13o H.P., Hardy Motors, Ltd., 411 (Two page Supplement, October 27th, 1933)
  • Rail-car, 63-Seater, Hardy Motors. Ltd.. 470
  • Rail Coach, 200 H.P. Oil-electric, 1"; g1 sh Electric Company, Ltd., 626, 627
  • RADIOSCRIPT Reproduction Process, B. J. Hall and Co., Ltd., 274
  • Rain Water Tank at Gibraltar, (431)
  • Recreation Ground of Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., Opened, (357)
  • Refractories, Careful Handling of, (61) 1) Refrigerator Compressors. Liverpool Refrigeration Company, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xi
  • Refrigerators and Load. Useful Proposition to Supply Authorities, (209)
  • Refuse Collector, 12 Cubic Yard, Sir J . I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 452
  • Refuse Collector, 3-ton, Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., 452
  • Refuse Collector with 10-30 H.P. Petrol Engine, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 451
  • Relining for Transition Curves by Offsets, J. D. W. Ball, 156
  • Research by Metallurgists. Mechanical and Structural Engineers, Professor F. C. Lea,(461)
  • Research Exhibits at Olympia, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 330 1) Research Station at Dollis Hill, Post Office. 404. 408
  • Reservoirs and Floods, Committee's Reports to Institution of Civil Engineers, 188
  • Retaining Wall in Cowes Harbour, (595)
  • Rhodium in Electroplating, R. N. Atkinson. (571)

ROADS AND HIGHWAYS :

  • Germany Building "1"11reo Continental Roads, (461)
  • Highway between Milan and Genoa Nearing Completion, Heavy Motor Truck, (185)
  • Road Accidents Report. 574
  • Road and Rail Traffic Bill Read Third Time, 7) (87)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Bill Criticised by Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, (87)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Bill Receives Royal Assent, (521)
  • Road Congress, Permanent International Association, German Meeting at Munich, 181
  • Road Surfacing Mixtures, Plant for Making Tar Macadam and, Millars' Machinery Company, Ltd., 500, 501
  • Road Sweeper, Petrol-driven, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 451
  • Road Vehicles, Gas Propulsion of, 151
  • Roads, Experimental Work on, 199
  • Safety to Pedestrians Crossing Manchester, Liverpool Arterial Road, (161)
  • ROCK Temperatures in Gold Mines, (283)
  • Rods, Sucker and Pull, Lancashire Steel Corporation, 82
  • Roller, Oil-eng.ined Road, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 455
  • Roller, Report on Remarkable, Marshall, Son and Co., Ltd., 340
  • Roller, 9-ton Steam, Wallis and Stevens, Ltd., 453
  • Roller, 10-ton Oil-engine-driven Road, 455
  • Roller, 102-ton Oil-engine-driven, Wallis Stevens, Ltd., 453
  • Roller for Consolidating Reservoir Embankments, Special Steam, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 42; Report, 340
  • Roller for Grass Work, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 452
  • Rollers, Motor Road, Aveling and Porter and Barford and Perkins. Ltd.. 30, 31
  • Rollers, Road, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 520
  • Roofing Materials, Bituminous Waterproofing of, (431)
  • Ropeway, Ballast Pit, British Ropeway Engineering Company, Ltd., 162, 170
  • Rotary Tools, High-speed, Loranco, Ltd., 325
  • Rubber Cutter, Hydraulic Raw, Theodore Boll and Co., 43
  • Rubber Factory for Travancore, (621)
  • Rubber Factory near Erivan, Russia. Proposed Synthetic, (333)
  • Rubber Guido Bearing for Exciter of Water Turbine, (161)
  • Rubber Hose Covered with Metal, Chinese Authorities' Requirements for, (431)
  • Rubber Manufacture at Yaroslav, Russia. Factory for Synthetic, (621)
  • Rubber Paving, Cost of. (595)

S

  • SALT from Saskatchewan, (469)
  • Salvage from the " Egypt," (233)
  • Sand. Flow of Water in, Dr. E. McKenzie Taylor and Harbans Lal Uppal, 107
  • Sander, Open-end Belt, Dominion Maeliiiier Company, Ltd., 226
  • Sardines, Japanese Industry at Saghalien for Canning. (253)
  • Sawdust for Extinction of Fires. (185)
  • Scale Preventer, Dejector, Thompson Associated Companies, Ltd., 275
  • Scapa Flow and Metal industries, Ltd., (113)
  • Scapa Flow Salvage Operations, Cox ail, l Danks, Ltd., 25
  • Science, Co-operation in, S. C. Bradford, 360
  • Science and Industry, Application of, Sir Richard Gregory, 77
  • Science and the Nation, 509
  • Science Museum, Extension to, 635

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS (See also Electrical Matters)

  • Ammeters, " Tong Test," Crompton Parkinson. Ltd.,265
  • Arca Type Regulator for Boiler and Industrial Steam Control, Bellies and Morcom. Ltd., 279
  • Balancing Machine, Universal, Selson Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 224
  • Boiler Water Level Gauge, " Teledep," Dobbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., 325
  • Controller for Searchlights, Distant. Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd., 327
  • Cylinder Gauge, Thomas Mercer, 248
  • Depth-sounding Apparatus. " Fat hometer, Submarine Signal Company (London), Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Dial Test Indicator, Thomas Mercer, 248
  • Flow Meter, Electrically Operated, Electron Meters Company, Ltd., 502
  • Flow Transmitter, Electrical, George Kent, Ltd., 503
  • Gauge, Hotwell, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933. i
  • Hardness Tester, Simplified Pendulum, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 68
  • Insulation Tester, Recording, Evershed anti Vignoles, Ltd., 652
  • Navigational Instruments. Henry Hughes and Son, Ltd.,326
  • Planimeter, " Albrit " Polar, W. F. Stanl.'y and Co., Ltd., 84
  • Pressure Gauges. " Farnboro " Electric, Dobbie, McInnes and Clyde. Ltd., 325
  • Pressure Recorder, Volumetric, Short and Mason, Ltd. 250
  • Pyrometer, Optical Direct-reading. Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vi
  • Recorder for Lorry Working, Service Recorders, Ltd., 472
  • Regulator, Cowan-Still Induction, Cowan?"Ltd.. 600
  • Regulator, Induction, English Electric Company, Ltd., 602
  • Regulator, Patented Moving Coil, Ferranti, Ltd., 564
  • Regulator, Reavell-Ascania, Reavell and Co.. Ltd., 279
  • Response Regulator, " Dub." Short and Mason, Ltd., 250
  • Scientific Instruments for Petroleum Industry, George Kent, Ltd., 83
  • Sounding Device. " Echometer," Marconi Sounding Device Company, Ltd., 253
  • Sounding Recorder, Echo, Henry Hughes and Son, Ltd., 326
  • Speed Controller, Drum type Variable, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 277
  • Synchroniser, Automatic, A.E.t; l.:I',.•t ii• Company, 120
  • Tachometer, " Orbit," Budenberg Gauge Company, Ltd., 18
  • Temperature-measuring Apparatus, Indicating and Recording, Foster Instrument Company. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Temperature Recorder, Negretti and Zambra, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, x
  • Temperature Recorder, Multi-point, Foster Instrument Co, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, v
  • Testing Machine, Universal, Selson Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 224
  • Thermal Gas Closing Mechanism for Oil Circuit Breakers, Ferguson-Pailin, Ltd., 415
  • Thermometer, Recording, Negretti Zambra, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. x
  • Water Gauge Projector, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xiv
  • Water Level Indicator, Dewrancc and (Io., 326
  • Water Level Recorder, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 69
  • Water Measuring_ and Recording Instrumental, George Kent. Ltd., 503
  • SCIENTIFIC Management, Organisation of Sixth International Congress, London, (680)
  • Scientific Management Congress, 103
  • Screen, Counterbalanced Shaking, R. Broadbent and Son. Ltd., 518
  • Screen, Mitchell Electric Vibrating, Marsden, Ltd., 452
  • Screwdriver, Electric, Bosch, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xv
  • Screw Threads, Testing, (61)
  • Searchlight, High Intensity Naval, Sperry Gyroscope Company, Ltd.. 327
  • Seed Drill,- Hornsby-Leake, Ransomes. Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 31, 33
  • Sewage Disposal Plant at Brunswick Barnet's, (161)
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Wandle Valley, Willcox and Raikes, 592, 596 (Note, 628)
  • Sewage Ejection for Marine Purposes. Low-pressure System, Bentley's, 303. 310, (Note. 628)
  • Shaft with Skew Stiffness, Whirling of, Dr. David Robertson, 152. 179, 213

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING
General

  • Automatic Control of Propelling Machinery on Board Ship, Dr. Roux, 15
  • Behaviour of Ships at Sea, Dr.-Ing. von den Steinen, 14
  • Clyde Shipyard Appointment, 175
  • Coastwise Shipping Medal, 1934 (504)
  • Development and Future of High-pressure
  • Turbines for Ship Propulsion, Dr.-Ing.
  • E. Goos, 15
  • " Dingymota," Brooke Marine Motors.
  • Ltd., 18
  • Drifters in Buckie Fleet, (357)
  • Driving and Measuring Apparatus for Self-propelled Models. Ing. H. Schmier-schalskii 15
  • Fishing Craft, OThengined, 481
  • French Passenger Ship Fire Regulations, 175
  • Hull, Isherwood, " Areforrn " Design of, 83
  • Lengthening Hamburg-America Liners, 51
  • Liner Records During Good Weather, 1933, 175
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 379
  • Lloyd's Register Year Book, 59
  • Main Manceuvres of the German and English Fleets, Before, During, and After Battle of Jutland, Vice-Admiral R. M. Rogge, 15
  • Main Ship Types of Modern Norwegian Mercantile Fleet, Dr. Danehert-Smith, 15
  • Measuring Apparatus for Sea Use, Dr. Pabst, 14
  • Merchant Navy, Conditions of Service, 561
  • Merchant Ships of America Laid Up, (87)
  • Motor Boat Speed Record, (208)
  • Motor Lifeboat for Wishner, Kent, (113)
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Contracts for Machinery Improvements to Six Vessels, (61)
  • Raising Sunken Submarines, French Experiments. (233)
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, A. C. Hardy, 266
  • Shipbuilding Industry,Welding in, 103
  • Shipbuilding on the Cyde, 635
  • Shipbuilding( Orders for Surntisland Shipbuilding Company, of Fife, (621)
  • Shipbuilding Orders, Recent, 151, 199. 481, 537
  • Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarterly. 46
  • Ship Discharging by Steel Band Conveyor at Gothenburg Harbour, 68
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, Olympia. 224, 248, 274, 300, 310, 324 (Sixteen-page Supplement,
  • September 8th ,1933), (Four-page Supplement, September 22nd, 1933)
  • Sound Signalling Technique for Ship Operation, Dr. Kunze, 14
  • Speed at Sea, Measurement of, British Pitomoter Company, Ltd., 192
  • Steamboat Inventor, Plate Fixed in Cannes Prison to Marquis Claude de Jouffrey d'Abbas, 221
  • Stress and Strain Research on a Moving Ship, Dr. Dahlmann, 14
  • Submarine, Fiftieth Anniversary of World's First Machine-propelled, (521)
  • Vibration Measurements on Engines and Ships, Dr. Geiger, 14

Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • " Atlantique, L', " Dry-docked at Cherbourg for Examination by Experts, 127
  • " Atlantique," Problem of L', 199, 537
  • Blue Star Line's 12,000-Ton Ships for Now Zealand Trade, (493), (547)
  • Cargo Boats, " Simplex Unit " Systems, Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company. Ltd., 228
  • Cimarder and Southampton's Graving Dock, 103
  • Development of the " Monte " Class of Ship and their Operation, Ober frig. H. Dittmer, 14
  • Dredger, 8 Cubic Yard Dipper, Ruston-Bucyrus. Ltd., 132, 133
  • Famous Clyde Steamer daledonia." Passing of L.M.S., 561, (571)
  • Ferry Boats for Clyde Navigation. Three, (621)
  • " Gorgon," Blue Funnel Motor Ship, 175
  • Icebreakers for Polar Expeditions. Soviet-built, (209)
  • Icebreaker for Soviet Government. Electrical, (309)
  • "L'Atlantique," Problem of Disposal of, 537
  • Lengthening of s.s. " Doric Star," by Messrs. Palmers, (643)
  • Lifeboat for Dungeness, Motor. (61)
  • Liner Equipped with Oil Engines, Order to Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Ltd., for, (595)
  • Malaita," Single-screw Motor Ship. Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., 175
  • " Miss Britain III.." 151, 223
  • Motor Passenger Boats for Sydney liarbout, (61)
  • Motor Trawler " Ala," Richards Ironworks, Ltd.. 555
  • Motor Vessel " Monte Rosa," Hamburg-South American Line, 14
  • Motor Yacht, " Trenora." John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 109
  • "Normandie," French Liner. 323
  • Oil Tanker " Ben Sadler," for Coastal Service, 199
  • Orient Fleet, 421, 585, 611
  • Orient Liner to be Larger than " Orontes," (643)
  • Steamer "Villa Selgas," Originally "John Bowes." First Iron Screw Colliery.Built Eighty-one Years Ago, (407)
  • Steamers " Brighton " and " Dieppe." Lord Moyne and, (365)
  • Steainithips. Fate of Well-known. Gerald Aylmer, 140
  • S.S. " Royal William " Canada's Commemorative Stamp, (233)
  • Tug " Acklam Cross," Oil-electric, Hall, Russell and Co.. Ltd., 239
  • Tug, es Zwarte Zee," 373

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING {continued) :
Linen and Miscellaneous Vessels (continued):

  • Tug for Peru, Oil-engined, Brooke Motors,LW., 551
  • Twin-screw Tug " Sir Guthrie Russell,"Burn and Co-. Ltd-. 68
  • Vessel for Towing Floating Targets, (309)

Naval Matters :

  • BRITISH :
  • Cruiser Position of Great Britain, 139
  • Cruiser Building Programme, 1933, 481
  • H.M. Light, Draught Gunboat " Sandpiper," Reassembled at Shanghai and has Successful Trial Trip, (137)
  • Foreign :
  • Portuguese Destroyer " Lima," Trials of, Yarrow and Co.. Ltd.. (342)
  • Portuguese Destroyer " Vouga," Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 112
  • Portuguese Navy Sloop " Gonsalves Zarco," Commissioned. (209)
  • SELENIUM Production in Canada. (333)
  • "Shorteriaing " Jobs Recorded. (521)
  • Sifter, " Pascal " Patented Turbine, S.O.S. Patents. Ltd.. 330
  • Silicosis. Research on. (257)
  • Sintering Plants at Scunthorpe. Greenawalt System, (257)
  • Sixty Years Ago. 15, 39, 60, 96, 117, 146. 160, 184. 205. 232, 261. 286. 308, 336. 357, 382, 406, 438, 460, 492, 517, 543. 575, 594. 625, 642
  • Skip. Automatio Tipping, " Hoppa," R. White and Sons, 217
  • Skyscrapers, End of. (431)
  • Skyscrapers, Will They be Abandoned 2 (283)
  • Slag Wool, Chance Brothers and Co., Ltd., 230
  • Slide Rule Magnifying Attachment. A. G. Thornton LW., 342
  • Sluice Valve. 10ft., at Southampton Docks. Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 53
  • Smoke Abatement Committee for Merseyside and South-West Lancashire. Advisory Regional, (367)
  • Smoke Emission Measuring Instrument. Dr. J. S. Owens', C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 40
  • Sodium as Conductor of Heat and Electricity, (209)
  • Sodium for Removing Antimony from Lead, (161)
  • Sodium Sulphate Deposit in Saskatchewan, Development of, (493)
  • Sodium Sulphate Refining Plant at Inglebright Lake, (461)
  • Soil Heating. Electricity for. C. A. Candron Brown. 131
  • Solar Apparatus Mass Production in Russia. (407)
  • Solder, " Alumalloy " Semi-welded, Captain S. P. B. Russell, 327
  • Soldering and Brazing. A. S. Newman and Dr. R. S. Clay, (621)
  • Solders. " Kester," Thomas and Bishop. Ltd., Suppt., September 8th. 1933, xvi
  • Soldo Compound for Tinning Metals, Soldo Company. Suppt., September 8th. 1933, iii
  • Soot Blower, Single-nozzle. Babcock and Wilcox. Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiii

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS .

  • Alcohol as Motor Fuel, 570
  • Electrical Work at Pretoria, 570
  • Electricity Schemes. 368
  • Electrification of Main Lines. 570
  • Electrification of Railways. 232, 368
  • Enterprises, Some New. 570
  • Galvanised Iron Industry, 232
  • German Tender Lowest, 145
  • Gold Output for Half-year, 232
  • Goods Traffic Jump. 476
  • Industrial Output, 476
  • Johannesburg's Electricity Scheme, 145
  • Johannesburg's Traffic System, 476
  • Johannesburg Tramway System, 46
  • Locomotive Yard at Bloemfontein. 46
  • Mailboat Service, Faster, 476
  • Port Elizabeth's Harbour. 570
  • Railway Commission, 145
  • Railway Earnings, 145
  • Railway Works, Additional, 368
  • Railways and Rolling Stock, Additional, 145
  • Rand Water Supply Extension, 46
  • Rhodesian Copper Refinery, 232
  • Rolling Stock for Union Railways, 570
  • State Steel Works, Dr. .1. H. Dobson Appointed General Works Manager of, 46
  • Steel Works to Start in 1934. 232
  • Subsidising Italian Vessels. 368
  • Table Mountain Cableway, 368
  • Tugs for Port Elizabeth. Two Powerful, 46
  • Union Iron and Steel Works. 145
  • Victoria Falls Power Commission. 232
  • Wages in Gold Industry, 476
  • SOUND and Air-conditioning in Buildings, (547)
  • Spray Outfit, Paint " Handi-Spray," B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., Suppt, September 8th, 1933, ii
  • Stabilograph. Dobbie, McInnes and Clyde, Ltd., 325
  • Starting Gear for Oil Engines, Inertia, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 280
  • Steam Experience at Detroit, High-temperature, P. W. Thompson and R. M. Van Duzer. Junr.. 619
  • Steam Generator, Sulzer Single-tube, Professor A. Stodola. 496, 525
  • Steam Pipe Failure in Steam Range, Report by Engineer Surveyor-in-Chief, Board of Trade, 111
  • Steam-powered Generating Plants in California, (643)
  • Steam Wagon, Rigid Eight-wheeler, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 487
  • Steering Bogie for Steam Wagon, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 487
  • Stokers, Ed. Bennis and Co., Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xiv
  • Stone Breakers. H. R. Marsden, Ltd.. 452, 453
  • Stones. Research Work on Roof of H.M. Office of Works, (113)
  • Stoves for House Heating, Spacing of, (407)
  • Strainer for Engine Fuel Oil and Oil Pipe Lines, " Lolos," Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 225
  • Strainers for Engine Fuel Oil Pipe Lines, " Lolos," Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 225
  • Strainers for Engine Fuel, " Lobos." Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 225
  • Strainer for Lubricating Oil, Auto-Klean Strainers, Ltd., 225
  • Stratosphere Balloon. " U.S.S.R.," Second Ascent, (357)
  • Stratosphere Cabin. Destruction of Professor Piccard's, 181
  • Stratosphere Exploration in April, 1934, (571)
  • Street Traffic Signals and Red Illuminated Advertisements, (157)
  • Stud. Correct Way to Fit a. (357)
  • Subsidence of Land in San Jose, California. (87)
  • Subway. Plans Approved for Glasgow's, 199
  • Sugar Beet Factories in Ireland, (461)
  • Sugar Beet Factories in Irish Free State. (547)
  • Sulphur from Gases, Removal of, (87)
  • Sulphur from Iron Duko Mine. Rhodesia, (35)
  • Sulphurotted Hydrogen, Danger of, (35)
  • Sulphuric Acid Plant in Palestine, (621)
  • Sun's Energy, Utilisation of, (357)
  • Surveying Canadian Dominion Lands, (383)

T

  • TANK Experimenters, International Congress in Holland of. 51
  • Tanks, Welded Buoys and. John Bellamy, Ltd., 143
  • Tar Distillation Plant at Teheran for Impregnating Railway Sleepers. (595)
  • Taxation of Commercial Travellers in 'Mime anian, (621)
  • Tea Factory at Serdang. F.M.S.. Experimental, (547)
  • Technical College Opened, Wolverhampton and Staffs., (11)
  • Technical Museums. H. W. Dickinson, 381
  • Technical Press and World Recovery. 77

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:

  • Code Telegrams, Revised Rule Applicable to. (318)
  • Telegrams to Friends at Sea, Olympia Exhibition and Free, (233)
  • Automatic Telephone Exchange at Kovno and 'Memel, British Company to Instal. (405)
  • Automatic Telephone Exchanges in I: land, (185)
  • Telephone Cable, Anglo-French. 384
  • Telephone Cable for London-Ryde service. (209)
  • Telephone Extensions in Paris. (113)
  • Telephone Interference, W. G. Radley and S. Whitehead, 555
  • Telephone Service Between France and Colombia, (113)
  • Telephone Stations Connected to Post Office System, Number of. (333)
  • Telephone System of St. James's Palace. Alteration when Changing from D.C. to
  • A.C., (643)
  • Telephones, Intercommunicating. Telephone Manufacturing Company. Ltd., 253
  • Telephones, Noise-proof, Telephone Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 253
  • Telephones in Great Britain, Increase of. (621)
  • Telephonic Communication on Goods Trains, General Electric Company of America. (111
  • TELESCOPE for McDonald Observatory. (521t
  • Temperature Chart. Prepared by Sir Robert Hadfield, (546)
  • Tensometer, Hounsfield, Tensometer, Ltd., 328
  • Tessellated Pavement, Check on Pedestrian, Safety Crossing. (357)
  • Testing Apparatus, Electrical and Mechanical Measuring and, Elliott Brothers (London). Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, vi
  • Testing Materials, Headquarters Moved of American Society for, (521)
  • Textile Machinery and Accessories Exhibition Postponed, (357)
  • Thallium Compounds and Exposure to Light, (283)
  • Thurcroft By-product Plant, Yorkshire, to Reopen, (309)
  • Timber, Dry Rot and, 25
  • Timber Preservation in Telegraph Poles and Railway Sleepers, (283)
  • Timber, Seasoning, Report on, (83)
  • Tin, Uses of, (357)
  • Tin Mine Reworking, Lady Gwendoline, (431)
  • Tinning Compound, " Flexo," Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933, xvi
  • Tinning Fluid, " Alumalloy." Captain S. P. B. Russell, 327
  • Titanium Pigments. Gillingham Factory for Production of, (283)
  • Tool-room Tempering Equipment. Wild Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 252
  • Torque Converter, 110 B.H.P., Petrol Engine and, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 487
  • Town's Refuse. Gasification of Burnley's, Whitfield Gas Producers, Ltd., 355
  • Track Caterpillar, Roadless Traction, Ltd., 8
  • Tractor, " Cob Six," 14-52 H.P., Three-wheel, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 485
  • Tractor, Oil-engined Driven Caterpillar. Richard Garrett Engineering Works, Ltd., 415
  • Tractor-Trailer Combination, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 8
  • Tractor, 30 H.P. Caterpillar, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 10
  • Tractor, 30 H.P. Caterpillar, Marshall. Sons and Co.. Ltd.. 8
  • Tractor for 15-Ton Oversoa Transport Unit, Associated Equipment Company. Ltd.. 55, 62 (Two-page Supplement, July 21st, 1933)
  • Tractor Truck and Trailer for Long Loads, Vickers-Carden-Loyd, 82, 83
  • Trade Cycles, Axel P. Enstrom, 41; (Leading Article. 37)
  • Trade in Birmingham, State of, (493)
  • Trade Returns, Improved, 481
  • Trade Union Congress President, Mr. A. G. Walkden, Former Railway Servant, (257)
  • Trade with Austria, 1
  • Traffic Advisory Council, Mr. Oliver Stanley and, (481)
  • Traffic Bollard, General Electric Company. Ltd.. 454
  • Traffic Lines, Information on, 1
  • Trailers for Commercial Vehicles. R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.. 474
  • Trailer for Overseas Transport Unit. R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd., 55. 66 (Two-page Supplement, July 2144 1933)
  • Trailer Vehicle, 4-5-Ton Semi, Eagle Engineering Company, Ltd., 472
  • Tramcar Accident at Bath, (11)
  • Tramcar Accident at Bath, Verdict of " Accidental Death " on Victims. (87)
  • Tramcar Equipment, Electric, Crompton-ParI kinson. Ltd., 391
  • Tramcar Journeys in Great Britain, (621)
  • Tramway Construction in America, 205
  • Tramways of Middlesbrough, Replacing by Trolley Omnibuses or Motor Omnibuses. (309)
  • Transmission Gear. Fluid Fly-wheel. Daimler Company, Ltd.. 485
  • Transmission Lines for Rural Service to Fanners in S.E. Nebraska, (336)
  • Transmission System for Austin Motor Cars, "Hayes " Self-selector, 380
  • Transport by Air and Ocean, Victoria, British Columbia. to Nairobi. Kenya Colony, in Thirteen Days, (595)
  • Transport Board in Lancashire and Cheshire. Proposed Joint. Municipal, (353)
  • Transport Industry, Mr. Herbert Morrison, (57I )
  • Transport Industry, Technical Point of View. (35)
  • Transport Unit, An Oversee, Oversee Mechanical Transport Council. 55, 62 (Two-page Supplement. July 21st. 1933)
  • Transporting Sixteen Railway Coaches from Birmingham to Liverpool, (571)
  • Traps, Steam, United States Metallic Packing Company. Ltd.. 304
  • Trevithick Centenary Commemorating Committee, 382
  • Trolley Bus, Double-deck. Associated Equipment Company. Ltd.. and English Electric Company, Ltd., 473
  • Trolley Bus, Double-deck, Ransomes, Sims and .Jefferies, Ltd., 471
  • Trolley-bus Chassis, Four-wheeled. Regenerative, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.. 471
  • Trolley Bus Chassis, Six-wheeled Electric, Sunbeam Motor Car Company. Ltd., 429. 430
  • Trolleybus Scheme for London, 537
  • Trolleybuses to Replace Tramways. (547)
  • Trolley Omnibuses, Regenerative, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 390
  • Truck, Electric, Ransoms, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 471
  • Truck, Throe-wheeled. Kerner Motors, Ltd., 8
  • Truck, Four-wheeled 10-30 H.P., Karrier Motors, Ltd., 8
  • Truck, 5-ton Elevating Platform, Wingrove and Rogers, Ltd., 529
  • Tsetse Fly Trap, Harris', (383)
  • Tube Diameter and Heat Transmission, Thomas Petty. 54
  • Tube Wells for Irrigation Purposes in India. (113)
  • Tubes, " Introscope " for Examination of Internal Surfaces of, Foster Instrument Company, Ltd., Suppt., September fith, 1933, v
  • Tunnel, Ventilation of Wavtorm (257)
  • Tunnel for Galloway Water Power Company Holed Through, (431)
  • Tunnel Under First Narrows at Vancouver Tested, (35)
  • Tungsten-carbide Alloys, Applications of, (461)
  • Turbine, Development of Parsons Steam. Editorial Announcement. 623, 845
  • Turbine and Condenser, " Midget " Horizontal, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 278
  • Turbine Installation at Vargon Power Station. Kaplan, 448, 449, 482. 494
  • Turbine, 1500 B.H.P.. 4500 r.p.m.. Self-contained, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 278
  • Turbine Sifter, " Pascall " Patented, S.O.S.Patents, Ltd., 330
  • Turbine Unit, Model of " Simplex," Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd.. 228
  • Turbines, Marine Steam, Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company. Ltd., 228
  • Turbo-blowers for Corby, Richardsons, Westgarth's, (407)
  • Turbo-generator. 50 kW, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 277 (Suppt., September 22nd. 1933)
  • Turbo-generator Sets at Cape Town, Parsons ' (209)

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT :Its Realities anti Problems, 77
  • Unemployment, Realities and Problems of, 115, 120
  • Unemployment and Professional Men. 187
  • Unemployment Returns for November, 561
  • Unemployment Works in Holland, (357)
  • Unilateral System for Waiting Vehicles in Jermyn-street. (493)
  • University of Hong Kong. Professor C. A. Middleton Smith, 78, 88

V

  • VALVE, " Thruster," British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 68
  • Valve Control Board at Southampton Docks, 53
  • Valve Opened while Steam in Pipe Causes Engine Wreck, (11)
  • Van. " Stag " Insulated 12-ton Box. Sir J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 473
  • Veo Drive Unit, Brooke Marino Motors, Ltd., 43
  • Vehicles, Commercial, Crossley Motors, Ltd., 471
  • Vehicular Tunnel Under Hudson River, Proposed, (233)
  • Ventilation of Mersey Tunnel. Instruments by Cambridge Instrument Company. Ltd., (185)
  • Vertical Burr Stone Mills, (Note. 150)
  • Viaduct. Mestre-Venice, 640, 641
  • Vice, Machine, E. L. Youngelson, Ltd., 327
  • Vickers, Ltd., Official Document to the Press, 232
  • Viscosity of Natural Gas, (521)
  • Visit to British Thomson-Houston Works, Rugby, (242)
  • WASTE in Manufacture, C. R. F. Engolbach, 336; (Loading Article. 359)
  • Water Heaters, Electric. A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.. 341
  • Water in Sand, Flow of. Dr. E. Me Kenzie Taylor and Harbans Lai Uppal, 107

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Artesian Wells in London, 199
  • Cardiff Water Supply from Brecon. (357)
  • Filtration of Drinking Water, (383)
  • Longsleddalo Tunnel Aqueduct Completed for Manchester Water Supply. (61)
  • Macclesfield Water Supply. Mather and Plan, Ltd., Emergency Pumping Plant for, (282)
  • Manchester's Water Scheme, Progress on, 51
  • Metropolitan Water Board's Chief Engineer, Mr.11. E. Stilgoe, Retires. 77
  • Rural Water Supplies, 93, 537, 635
  • Ityburn Reservoir for Wakefield, 284, 287
  • Sterilisation of Water Supplies, Paterson Engineering Company, Ltd.. 502
  • Water Flow Measurement Apparatus, Lea Recorder Company, Ltd., 302, 310
  • Water Scheme. Palestine, 611
  • Water Softener. Base Exchange Industrial, United Water Softeners. Ltd.. 227
  • Water Softener. Kennicott Pressure-type.Thompson Associated Companies, Ltd., 275
  • Water Softeners at St. Helens, " Permutit," (372)
  • Water Supply at Country House. Pntersfield, C. J. P. Cave, 363
  • Water Supply for Rangoon, (357)
  • Water Supply of Auckland from Waikato River. (137)
  • Water Supply Schemes in U.S.A., (137)
  • Waterworks Pumps in America. 205
  • WATER Tanks, Building of. Hon. M. E. A. H. Blunt, (475)
  • Water Wastage from Leaks, (11)
  • Whirling of a Shaft with Skew Stiffness. Dr. David Robertson, 152. 179, 213
  • Winch, Self-sustaining, London Electric Firm, 226, 227
  • Winch and Derrick, Combined, Clarke. Chapman and Co.. Ltd., 439
  • Winch Weighing 23 Tons for French Trawler "Jutland." James Robertson and Co., (643)
  • Winder, Douglas Multiple, Automatic Coil
  • Winder and Electrical Equipment Company. Ltd.. Suppe., September fith. 1933,
  • Windows in Houses as Heat Traps, (643)

WELDING :

  • A.D.C. Light Welding Set. Mavrdsley's, Ltd., 226
  • Electric Are Welding for Goods Wagons, (185)
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding and Cutting Equipment, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., 67
  • Spot Welding Apparatus, Now Process
  • Welders, Ltd., 301
  • Welded Buoys and Tanks, John Bellamy, Ltd.. 143
  • Welded Joints, Testing of, (621)
  • Welded Wagon Underframes on Egyptian State Railways, 60
  • Welding Equipment. X-ray and, Phillips Lamps, Ltd.. Suppt., September 8th, 1933. iv
  • Welding in Shipbuilding Industry. 103
  • Welding Machines, Soag Machine Tools. Ltd.. 330
  • Welding of Inflammable Materials, A. Stephenson, (361)
  • Welding Plant, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., Suppt., September 8th, 1933. iii
  • Welding Process. Low-temperature, Baritnar, Ltd., 43
  • Welding Railway Bridge on Swiss Federal Railways, (61)
  • Welding Repairs on South African Railways, (185)
  • Welding Set, Rectifier, Phillips Lamps, Ltd. Suppt., September 8th. 1933, v
  • Welding Sets in Germany, (209)
  • Welds. liachine for Testing, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., Suppt.. September 8th, 1933. iii
  • WHINE in Steel Gears. Removal of, (185)
  • Wire Drawing Bench, High-speed, W. H. A. Robertson and Co., Ltd.. 95

WIRELESS :

  • Aerial Mast at Budapest Radio Broadcasting Station, (571)
  • Loudspeakers for Victoria Parliament. (333)
  • Marconi Transmitter at Bergen Broadcasting Station, (85)
  • Non-resonant Studio at Utrecht, Professor Swaardemaker's, (461)
  • Radio Apparatus for Greece, (87)
  • Radio Beacon with Revolving Frame, (209)
  • Radio-telephones on San Francisco—Oakland Bridge Work, High-frequency, (309)
  • Standardising Radio Wave Lengths. Instrument for. (625)
  • Wireless, Ultra Short-wave. 151
  • Wireless Apparatus, Marconi International Marine Communication Company. Ltd., 249
  • Wireless Apparatus for Use at Sea. Marine Electrical Equipment Company, Ltd.. 303, 310
  • Wireless Communication Between Christmas Island and Singapore, (283)
  • Wireless in Industry, (647)
  • Wireless Receiving Licences in United Kingdom. (257)
  • Wireless Valve, 500 - Watt, " kieptode," General Post Office, 304
  • WORKING Hours at Pilkington Brothers, Ltd., (185)
  • Woodlands in Great Britain, (407)
  • Wood Shrinkage Research, (333)
  • Wood Sugar Production, Dr. F. Bergius, (521)
  • Wood-working Machinery, Dominion Machinery Company. Ltd., 225
  • Wood-working Machines, Moulders, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd.. 142 1Vork-sharing Scheme of Blaonavon Miners, (1 1)

WORLD POWER CONFERENCE :

  • Scandinavian Sectional Meeting. so. 114
  • Papers :
  • British no Research Coal Survey. It. 1..Mitton and Dr. F. S. Sinnott. 81
  • British Marine Oil Engines. T. V. Robin,:mi, 117
  • Cosordinated Production of Industrial Stew it and Utility Power. A. R. Smith. 82
  • Electrical Heating, 82
  • Electrical Resistance Furnaces. 82
  • Energy Problems of Urban and Suburbolk Traffic. 116
  • Energy Supply of Large•seatI4. I 114Instry tricot). 80
  • Energy Supply of Large•seate Industry (004). 81
  • High•frequeney Induction Furnaces. V. ilarbord. 82
  • Ljungstrom Turbo•generator at Vitsterm. 50.000.1:We 81

WORLD POWER CONFERENCE (Continued) :

  • Marine Transport, Energy Problems of, 117
  • Motive Power for Industrial Machinery, Transmission and Adaption of, 116
  • Oil Engine, 15,000-kW, Eight-cylinder. Double-acting. Two-stroke, Orsted Station. 81
  • Power and Heat Combinations, 82
  • Power Sit nation of Manufacturing Industry in Great Britain and the " Grid," 80
  • Railways and Power Questions, 116
  • Scandinavian Sectional Mooting, 80
  • Solid and Liquid Fuels, 81
  • Special Energy Problems of Iron and St 4.4.1 Industry, 82
  • Special Energy Probloms of Steam Ileat• consuming Industries. 82
  • Strain. Diesel. and Electric Traction on Railways. 80
  • Tribute to Organising Committees, 117
  • Vfistoras Stettin Power Plant in 80%11111.m Sweden, 81

X

  • X•RAY and Welding Equipment, Phillip Lamps, Ltd., Suppl., September 8th, 1933, i%
  • X-Ray Apparatus. Dr. A. Bowerle World Smallest. (595)
  • Y 1 ARROW Boiler Plant• at. Forth Paper WI, (333)

Z

  • ZINC and Load, Fatal Accident while Extruding Alloy, of, (333)
  • Zino Oxide Plant. Extension at svitton (357)

Supplements

  • Chassis of 130 H.P. Oil Engine Driven Railcar for Service on Groat Western Railway, Hardy Motors, Ltd. (Two•page Supplement. October 27th, 1933)
  • Shipping. Engineering. and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia (Sixte©n•page Supplement, September 8th, 1933) (Four•page Supplement September 22nd, 1933)
  • Southampton Dock Extensions. I 2nuft Dry Dock (Two-page Supplement, .July 14th, 1933)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, August. 25th, 1933, October 27th, 1933, December 29th, 1933)
  • Tractor for 11$-Ton Oversea Transport, Unit (Two-page Supplement, July 21st. 1933)

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ADVERTISING and Marketing Exhibition, 51
  • Aircraft Achievements. 51
  • "Almiranto Saldanha," Brazilian Naval Training Ship, 611
  • "Atlantiquo. L'," Hull Dry-docked at Cherbourg. 127; Problem of, 199. 637
  • Atmospheric Pollution, 51
  • Automobilo Engine Research and Standardisation. 127
  • Avon Bridges. 299

B

  • "BACK-TO-COAL " Movement, 447
  • Baird, Wm.. and Co., Ltd., Gartsherrie works Scheme. 1
  • Barter, Inter-Imperial, 223
  • Beardmore Appointment, 223
  • Beauty in Machinery, 373
  • Belfast Dock. 421
  • Blowing-up Shuttle Viaduct, 299
  • Bogio Locomotive. Centenary of the, 299
  • Brazilian Naval Training Ship " Almirans. Saldanha." 611
  • Bridgo Replacement at Neasden, 347
  • British Association at Loicostor, 223
  • British Association, A Luncheon Party at. 24,
  • British Exports, 373
  • British Stool Reorganisation, I
  • Brown, John, and Co.. 1.td., 611
  • Business Efficiency, 299
  • Business Forecast of F.B.I., 127, 447

C

  • CAR Prices and Road Accidents. 373
  • Cast Iron Research, 421
  • Central Heating. Fuel Oil for, 611
  • Chelsea Bridge. 447
  • Cherbourg Harbour Works, Completion of. 103
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Orders, 199
  • Cly ppde Shipyard Aointment 175
  • Clydebank Navy Order, 347
  • Coal, Chemical Constitution of, 585.
  • Coal, Future of. 273
  • Coal at Sea. Uso of. 611
  • Coal Burning Appliance Makers' Association. 397
  • Coal Dust Explosions, 447
  • Coal Output for 1932. 223
  • Coal-Oil Developments, 509
  • Coke Problem, 247
  • Compressed Air Cylinders, Testing, 609
  • Compressed Gas Filling Station, 509
  • Co-operativo Profit-sharing, 635
  • Copper Dovelopment Association. 447
  • Costing Distribution, 509
  • Craft Tools in Sheffield, 103
  • Cross-Channel Ships. Fire Protection in. 011
  • Cruisers, Larger, 481
  • Cunardor and Construction of Sister Ship, 1 03

D

  • DISTRIBUTION. 397
  • Dowlais Stool Works Projeet, 447
  • Dry Rot of Timber. 25

E

  • EFFECT of Mechanisation on Employment , 199
  • "Egypt's " Gold, Salving tho, 127
  • Electrical Dovoloemont, 397
  • Electricity Commissioners' Returns, I
  • Electricity in Minos. 199
  • Electricity Supply, 247
  • Empire Communication, 537
  • Empire Conference of F.B.I., 25
  • Empire Conference, Proposed, 77
  • Employment Figures. Improved. 223, 117
  • Encouraging the Use of Steel. 481
  • Engineers' Gorman Circle, 223
  • Examinations, Sir Josiah Stamp's Defence of. 481
  • Experimental Ship's Hold, 273
  • Experimental Work on Roads. 199

F

  • FAMOUS Clyde Steamer. " Caledonia." 601
  • Farm Tractors, Pneumatic Tires for, 127
  • Fast Passenger Aeroplane. 175
  • Finance for Small Firms. 273
  • Fire Protection in Cross-Channel Ships. 611
  • Fire Regulations. French Passenger Ship, 175
  • Fireproofing of Timber, 273
  • Flow of Thames M'ater, 686
  • Foreign Capital in Poland, 686
  • Forth Road Bridge. Proposed. 323, 561
  • Forty-hour Week Negotiations. 397
  • French Railway Disaster, 636
  • Fuel Oil for Central Heating. 611

G

  • GALLOWAY' Power Scheme. 373
  • Gas, Industrial Uses of, 347
  • Gas Industry, 299
  • Gas Proeulsion of Road Vehicles. 161
  • Gasification of Town's Refuse, 323
  • Gibraltar Tunnel, Proposed, 247
  • Glasgow Gas Proposal. Wm. Baird and Co.'s Offer, 25. 175
  • Glasgow Subway, 199
  • " Goon," Blue Funnel Motor Ship. 176
  • " Grid" Electricity Schemes. 421
  • " Grid " Failure, Temporary. 635
  • " Grid " Pylon, Last, 223
  • " Grid " Tariff, Now, 421, 537
  • G.W.R. and Motor Transport. 127
  • G.W. It . Dovelopront Schemes. 447

H

  • HIGH Wycombe Waterworks, 247
  • Hire Purchase, 273
  • Holborn Station (Kingsway) Opened, 299

I

  • INDUSTRIAL Areas, 509
  • Industrial Developments, 25
  • Industrial Developments at Derby. 035
  • Industrial Psychology, 661
  • Industry and Empire, 77
  • Inventions. Financing of. 223
  • Iron and Stool Developments at Cardiff, 397
  • Ironworks Scheme, Scottish, 1
  • Italian Atlantic Flight, 127, 151


K

  • KENNEDY, Sir Alexander. Value "t Work. 537

L

  • LAUNCH of " Arowear," 447
  • Launch of Motor Liner " British Coast." 447
  • Launches, Two Important Motor Ship. 347
  • Liner Lengthening Programme, 61
  • Liner Records, 176
  • Little Salkeld, Thames-Forth Express Disaster at, 25
  • Locomotive 'War Veteran. L.M.S. Locomotive No. 2717, 103
  • London Airport at Gatwick, 585
  • London Passenger Transport.. 1
  • London Trollybus Scheme, 637
  • London's Artesian Wells. 199
  • London's Dock Approaches. 51
  • London's Newest Rotel, Tho Cumberland. 585
  • L.M.S. Locomotive Orders, 637
  • L.M.S. Locomotive " Princess Royal," 151
  • I,. M.S. It it i way_ Accident, 26
  • L. and N.E.R. Development Schemes, 421
  • Lyons. Sir Henry, Testimonial to, 3.17

M

  • MABLETIIORPE Watorworks, 323
  • Mail Plane. Accident to. 397 •
  • "Malaita." Single•scrow Motor Ship, 175
  • Manchester's Water Supply. 51
  • Mechanical Power. Use of. 273
  • Mechanisation in the Post Office, 103
  • Merchant Navy. 561
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 347
  • "Miss Britain HI.." 161, 223
  • Monoplane. High•speed. 585
  • Moscow Engineers. Return of, 25
  • Motor Industry of Great Britain, 25

N

  • NATIONAL Certificates and Diplomas in
  • Mechanical Engineering, 611
  • Naval Work, Value of, 537
  • Niivy and Coal Oil, 561
  • "Normandie." French Iiinor, 323

O

  • OIL•ELECTRIC Railbus Demonstration, 127
  • Oilsoloctrio Tug. 299
  • Oil•electrio Tug for Thames Service, " Lectro." 373
  • Oil-engined Fishing Craft, 481
  • Oil from Coal. 51, 103. 273. 323
  • Oil Pollution, 509
  • Oil Tanker for Coastal Servico. " Ben Renshaw." 199
  • Olympia. 247
  • Orient Liner Fleet. 421
  • Orient Liner, 685, 611
  • Overseas Trade Development Council, 151

P

  • PALESTINE Water Schumo, 611
  • Piccadilly Railway Extension. 103
  • Pnoumatio Tires for Farm Tractors. 127
  • Port of Riehborough, 609
  • Port of Vordon, 77
  • Prevention of Fires Aboard Ship, 3!17.
  • Pnblio Works, 199

Q

  • QUAY Extension at Newcastle

R

  • RAILWAY Companies' Road Volsie)os, 481
  • Railway Contracts, 561
  • Railway Disaster in Franco, 397
  • Railway Wagon Census. 661
  • Retirement of Mr. K. S. Murray. 323
  • Road and Rail, 685
  • "Royal Scot." Return of, 561
  • Rural Electrification Schemes, 481
  • Rural Water Supplies. 537, 635
  • Ryburn Reservoir for Supply to Wakeflold. 247

S

  • SALFORD Electricity Undertaking. 103
  • Scapa Flow Salvage Operations. 25
  • Science and Industry, 77
  • Science and the Nation. 609
  • Science Committee, Parliamentary. 421
  • Science Museum, 635
  • Scientific Management. Congress, 103
  • Scottish Engineering Development, 20
  • Scottish Oil Industry. 247
  • Sevenoaks. Southern Railway Electrification to. 537
  • Severn Barrage. 223
  • Sheffield and Armsments, 421
  • Sheffield Sheet, Lead Mill. 175
  • Sheffield University. Sir Robert. Hadfield's Gift to. 273
  • Shipbuilding and North-East. Coast. 397
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation, 373
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 151, 481, 537. 585. 635
  • Shipbuilding Outlook on Clyde. 035
  • Shipbuilding Rationalisation, 421
  • Smithfield Club Show. 661
  • Southampton Dock Caisson Floated into Position, 199
  • Southampton Dock Opened by H.M. The King. 1010 111
  • Southampton Dock Approaches, 537
  • Southern Railway Eleetrification Extensions. 537. 501
  • Southern Rnilway Train Ferry Dock. 127
  • Statistics in industry, 347
  • Steel Firm's Jubilee, II. J. Skelton and CO. Ltd.. 373
  • Steel Trade Improvement. 347
  • Stilgoo, Retirement of Mr. H. E.. 77
  • Swiichgear Contract, t36 kV. 323

T

  • TANK Ex rimenters' Congress in Holland. 51
  • Technical Education and the Future. 447
  • Technical Press and World Recovery. 77
  • Telephone Cable between St. Margaret's Buy and Calais. 273
  • Thames Floods, 509
  • Timber, Dry Rot of. 25
  • Timber Research. 323
  • Tin, Uses of. 323
  • Trade Agreement., Anglo•Russinn, 25
  • Trade Returns. Improved. 481
  • Trade with Austria, 1
  • Traffic Lines. 1
  • Traffic Signals. 299
  • Train Ferries for Southern Railway, 1
  • Tramp Shipping. 373. 585
  • Tug. Powerful Ocean•going. " ?mart° Zee." 373

U

  • ULTRA Short•wove Wireless. 151
  • Unemployment, 77, 347, 561
  • United States Steel Code, 176
  • Uses of Coal. 481
  • Utilisation of Natural Steam. 176

W

  • WARSAW Railway Eleetrifleation Contract, 127
  • Water " Grid," Proposed, 247
  • Water Scheme. Palestine, 611
  • Waterloo Bridge, 323
  • Welding in Shipbuilding Industry, 103
  • West Nfiddlesex Sewerage Seheme..397
  • Wireless Exhibition. 151

Z

  • ZUIDER Zoo Reclamation, 299


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