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A

B

C

  • CARPMAEL, Raymond. Speeds of Travel of the Future, 512
  • "Carson," Motor Tank Barge, John Harker, Ltd., 20
  • Cauvery-Mettur Reservoir Project, S. India. 202, 203, 212
  • Chalais-Mendon Aeroplane Testing Station, 610, 620
  • Chemin de Fer du Nord. Streamlined Railcar. 220
  • Cherbourg Harbour Works, 128, 152, 162, 179
  • Chorlton, Alan E. L., Water Supply in England, 602
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co.. Ltd., Steel Hatchway Covers, 549
  • Claude-Boucheron Floating Ice Factory, 345
  • "Cock o' the North," Dynamometer Tests of L.N.E. Railway Locomotive, 16
  • Cochrane, J., and Co., " The Stroborama " Stroboscope, L. and A. Seguin. 292
  • Cohen, Geo., Sons and Co., Ltd., " One Hundred Years " Volume, (604)
  • Contrasit Company of Great Britain, Ltd., Non-slip Bandages for Belt Pulleys, 170
  • Cook, J. F. C., Backing of Propellers, 468
  • Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., Vacuum Power Locomotive Turning Gear, 626
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Tramway Wheel and Axle Lathe, 436, 444
  • "Cristoforo Colombo," Trials of Italian Training Ship, 121
  • Cunard White Star Liner " Queen Mary," 314, 328, 329, 336; (Leading Article, 337); (Four-page Supplement, September 28111. 1934)

D

E

  • ELECTRICARS, Ltd., Mobil, Electro-hydraulic Crane, 242
  • Engel, Dr. F. V. A. E., The Venturi Flume, 104, 131
  • English Electric Co, Ltd., High Rupturing Capacity Fuses, 417; Cartridge Fuse. 432, 456; Downflow Surface Condenser, 326

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

  • MABBOUX Photo-Elasticity Meter, 20
  • Maihak Company, Acoustic Process for Examination of Stress, 142
  • Master Tool Co, Ltd., An Adjustable Spanner, 421
  • Matthews' Oils, Ltd., Rust-excluding Solution, 195
  • "Maude E," Oil-engined Trawler, Pioneer Trading Company, N.Z., 196
  • McEwen, S., Loeffler System of Steam Production, 479, 494
  • McLaren, J. and H., Ltd, Oil Engine Drivel, Cable Ploughing Windlass, 60
  • "Me-Le Sco Superheaters for Fulham Power Station, 596
  • Mellor Refractories Research Laboratories at Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, 600
  • Merrett, Henry E., Measuring the Uniformity of Machine Motions, 638
  • Merryweather and Sons, Fire-fighting Apparatus at Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Ipswich, 61; Foam Fire-extinguishing Apparatus, 385
  • Mersey Tunnel, 26-30, 36, 52, 64, 80 (Four-page Supplement, July 20th, 1934)
  • Metal Box Co, Ltd., Can Sealing in Canning Industry, 87
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Continuously Evacuated X-ray Tubes, 71; High Rupturing Capacity Fuses, 482; 75,000-kVA Turbo-generator for Fulham, 614
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Annual Report, 431
  • Middle Level Pumping Station and Sluices. 302, 303, 312
  • Midland Electric Manufacturing ( 'oil iimny, Ltd., 2 h.p. Motor Starter, 576
  • Minorsky, N., Ship Stabilisation by ActiN it 1 i` ( I Tanks, 154; (Leading Article, 163)
  • Mirrlees-Delas-Ginabat Condenser, 250
  • Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., Small Steam Turbines, 267; (Correction, 294)
  • Morrison, J. L. M., Influence of Rate of St rain in Tension Tests, 183
  • M.S. and G. Syndicate, Ltd., Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant. at Cannock, 470

N

O

  • "ORION," Launch by Wireless of Orient Limit-, 583

P

Q

  • QUASI Arc Company, Ltd., Electrically Welded Riveting Machine, 602
  • Queen Mary" Cunard White Star Liner, 314, 328, 329, 336; (Leading Article, 337) (Four-page Supplement, September 28th, 1934)

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T

U

V

W

Y

Z

  • Zarlatti Diesel-Pneumatic Locomotive 380

Subjects

  • A
  • ABRASIVE Production in Canada, Natural, (643)
  • Accuracy in the Workshop. Cost of Obtaining Fine, (387)
  • Acoustic Process for Examination of Stress, Maihak Company, 142
  • Aerial Ropeway at Mitate Tin Mine, (1 1 )

AERONAUTICAL MATTERS :

  • Aberdeen's Aerodrome at Dyce, (113)
  • Aerodrome at Feltwell, near Ely, (311)
  • Aerodrome at Malliam, near King's Lynn, (311)
  • Aerodrome Ship " Schwabenland " for (:erman Air Mail Service, (211)
  • Aerodromes in Straits Settlements, Annual Report of P.W. Department on, 547
  • Aeronautical Records, None Held by England, (187)
  • Aeroplane, Short Brothers Construct Improved Type of. (619)
  • Aeroplane as Flying Printing Works, Soviet Russia, (413)

AERONAUTICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Aeroplane Crude Oil Motor, French Air Ministry Offers Prize for, (567)
  • Aeroplane Testing Station, Chalais-Meudon. 610, 720
  • Aeroplanes, Maximum Power Required 1 Take Off of Heavy Commercial, (643)
  • Aeroplanes for Civil Use Manufactured in United States, (571)
  • Air and Sea Travel, Cunard White &Star 1. I It'and Imperial Airways, Ltd., Arrangemeni (619)
  • Aircraft and Research on Meteorological and Electrical Conditions, (113)
  • Aircraft Construction on Tyneside, Proposed, (113)
  • Aircraft Industry in France, 223
  • Aircraft Museum, Proposed, 127, (172)
  • Aircraft Propellers, Failure of. ($9)
  • Aircraft Show, Paris, 519
  • Air Defence of Britain, 79
  • Air Mail Railway Services Only Experimental, (161)
  • Air Port Facilities in Canada, (619)
  • Air Race Start, England to Australia, 403

AERONAUTICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Air Service Between Liverpool and Isle of Wight, (113)
  • Air Subsidies, Proposed British, 529
  • Air Survey of England, Proposed, 201
  • Air Transport Between England and Continent, Fifteenth Year of Regular, (137)
  • All-metal Airship, Russian, (235)
  • All-metal Monospar Aeroplane for Australia, (235)
  • Autogiro Alights in Paris Streets, " Ciervik, (541)
  • Automatically Stabilised Aeroplane, Siemens-Schuckert, 434
  • Aviation Developments in America, 578
  • British Aircraft and Schneider Trophy Contest, 1931, (413)
  • British Aircraft in Denmark, 177
  • British Civil Aviation and its Critics, 543
  • Chalais-Meudon Aeroplane Testing Station, 610, 620
  • Civil Aviation, Control of, 79; Development of, 151, 557; Future of, 009; Progress of, 225; in India, (187)
  • "Comet " Racing Monoplane for Melbourne Race, Testing De Havilland, (311)

AERONAUTICAL MATTERS (continual) :

  • "D.H. 86 " Four-engined Aircraft for England-Australia Air Route (258)
  • Dutch Air Liner Disaster. (643)
  • Fire Prevention After Crashing, Air Ministry and, (211)
  • Flight from Perth to Sydney, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith's, (344)
  • Glider Record, Soviet, (361)
  • "Graf Zeppelin," Mileage of Airship, (643)
  • Heston Air Port, Direction-finding Apparatus at, (154)
  • Inland Air Mail Service, 177
  • Italian Air Service and Study of Navigation of Stratosphere, (113)
  • Japanese Airship Services, (576)
  • Letters and Parcels Carried by Imperial Airways During Last Year, (63)
  • Lightning and Aircraft, Dr. G. C. Simpson, (231)
  • Locust Destruction by " Hercules " Aeroplane, (243)
  • Manchester's Air Port at Ringway, Proposed, (113)
  • Mildenhall Aerodrome to be Used for England-Australia Air Have, (235)

AERONAUTICAL MATTERS (continued) : AS

  • Paris-London Airway Illuminated the Whole Distance, (187)
  • Petrol Used by Air Force from Askant Coal Low-temperature Carbonisation Process. (593)
  • Portsmouth Aerodrome, Equipment of. (435)
  • "Pterodactyl V " Aeroplane, 177; (Note. 248)
  • Railway Air Services to Continue, (335)
  • R.A.F. and S.B.A.C. Displays. 8
  • R.A.F. Fighting and Reconnaissance Aircraft for Defence of London Flown on British Petrol, (11)
  • Railway-worked Air Services, (89)
  • Safety witches and Aeroplane Engines. (485
  • Ulster Civil Airport, 225
  • Zeppelin " L.Z. 129 " Nearing Completion. (63)
  • Zeppelin Between Germany and S. America. First Oil-ongincd, (285)
  • A I R Compressor Model, Three-stage, Royal Scottish Museum, 120
  • Air Conditioning in Nlincs, (161)
  • Air Swirl in Oil Engines, .1. F. Alcock, 622, 627
  • Aluminium, Electrical Process for Welding Barimar, Ltd., 522
  • Aluminium, Welding of Cast, (285)
  • Aluminium Coating as Scale Preventative for
  • Annealing Boxes, Sprayed, (619)
  • Aluminium Cylinder Block. Repairing. Bari mar, Ltd., (97)
  • Aluminium Factories in India, (469)
  • Aluminium Factory at, Mansbo. near AveAtt. (361)
  • Aluminium Floor for an Old Bridge at Smithfield-street. Pittsburgh, 90. 93: (Leading Article, 91)
  • Aluminium Production in Canada. (137)
  • Aluminium-silicon Alloy " B," Standard, 97

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Adjustable Blade Turbines, 310
  • Alkali Plant at Corpus Chripiti, 172
  • American Permanent Way Association Economies in Permanent Way. 652
  • American Research in Steel Corrosion, 310
  • Aqueducts, Two American. 652
  • Automatic Multiple Welding, 310
  • Aviation Developments, American, 578 13ig Earth-fill Dam, 310
  • Bridges. Modern Trestle, 678
  • Coal Briquette Developments. 651
  • Coal Cleaning and Sorting Plant, 310
  • Composite Ingots for Composite Steels. 578
  • Crane. 200-Ton Navy, 578
  • Drainage for Excavation, 310
  • Dredgers, Gold. 652
  • Electrical Equipment for Rolling Mills. 652
  • Fountain at 1934 World's Fair, Chicago, Electro-hydraulic. 121
  • Fourteen Dam River Improvements. 3 to
  • Geology and Foundations, 310
  • Gold Dredgers. 652
  • Gold Mine Development. American, 121
  • Lake Airport, Lake Michigan. 62
  • Lead Mill, Sheet, 651
  • Oil versus Petrol Engines, 62
  • Open-hearth Furnace Practice. 310
  • Permanent Way Economies, 652
  • Portland Cement Developments. 578
  • Public Works Developments, 291
  • Pumping Concrete into Place, 172
  • Railway Affairs. American. 652
  • Rio Grande Regulation Works, 652
  • River Regulation Works, 652
  • Rolling 31rills, Electrical Equipment for, 652
  • Steel Research, 62
  • Trains, Oil Engine High-speed. 121
  • Water Supply of New York, 172
  • AMMONIA, Russian Experiments for Manufacture of Synthetic, Professor C. O. Bannister, (469)
  • Ammonia Production from Iron Blast-furnaces. (137)
  • Apprenticeship Difficulties in Sunderland Shipyards, (259)
  • Ash Catcher Experiments, (643)
  • Ash-handling Plant at Fulham Power Station, Ash Company (London), Ltd., 599
  • Assembly Systems. C. Watts, 206

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH CAST IRON RESEARCH :
  • Annual Meeting, Report and Luncheon, 469
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH MOTOR AND SAILING SHIP OWNERS :
  • Membership and Statistics, (455)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH STEELWORK :
  • Developing Use of Steel, 475
  • ASSOCIATION, MACHINERY USERS.:
  • Annual Report, Increase in Membership. (113)
  • ASSOCIATION, RAILWAY COMPANIES' :
  • John R. Hind Appointed Proms Agent, (361)
  • ASSOCIATION, STAFF MANAGEMENT :
  • Inaugural Meeting, (593)
  • ASSOCIATION, STRATFORDIAN'S" :
  • Re-union Dinner, (396)
  • ASSOCIATION Or CONSULTING ENGINEERS:
  • Notes upon the Professional Duties of Consulting Engineers, their Relationship with their Clients and General Information as to Fees, (372)
  • Association of MINING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Tungsten Steels for Permanent Magnets in Instruments, F. C. Knowles, (541)
  • Association of SPECIAL LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION BUREAUX :
  • Annual Conference Programme, (10)
  • ASSOCIATION 01, SUPERVISING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS:
  • Presidential Address. Future Electricity
  • Consumption, J. M. Kennedy. 384

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT Or SCIENCE, British :
  • Aberdeen Meeting, 238, 241, 256, 277, 296, 307, 330
  • Exploration of the Mineral World by X-rays. Professor W. L. Bragg, 279
  • Hardy Memorial Lecture. Transport and Storage of Foods, Sir Frank Smith, 262
  • Presidential Address. The New World-picture of Modern Physics. Sir James H. Jeans. 238; (Loading Article. 237)
  • Section A :
  • Photo-electricity, Art and Politics. N. R. Campbell and C. C. Paterson. 311
  • Section A and :
  • Periodic Hardness Fluctuations Induced in Metals by Mechanical Thermal and Magnetic Disturbances, E. G. Herbert, 332
  • Petrol Engine. Flame Temperatures in, B. Lloyd-Evans and 8. S. Watts, 332
  • Temperature of Molten Steel, R. S. Whipple, 346
  • Thyratrons, with Special Reference to Control of Resistance Welding, H. do B. Knight, 332
  • Ultra-violet Radiation, Commercial Production and Utilisation of. H. R. Ruff. 332
  • Section P and L :
  • Technical Education and Industrial Requirement. Joint Discussion. 308
  • Section Q :
  • Aerial Cableways, R. T. Medd, 331
  • Developments of Inventions as a Stimulus to Economic Recovery, Professor Sir James B. Henderson. 307: (Leading Article. 313)
  • Diesel Engines and their Application to Trawlers and Operating Gear. R. W. Allen, 277
  • Earth Pressure, Report on. 331
  • Gas in Bulk, Collection and Distribution of, Professor C. H. Lander and Dr. E. W. Smith, 278, 296
  • Granite and Granite Quarrying, F. S. Anderson, 257
  • Impact Testing, Researches in, H. Helium and Professor R. V. Southwell, 331
  • Inland Water Survey, Second Report of Committee, 308
  • Motor Horns, Effective and Offensive. E. O. Turner, 279
  • Noise. Measurement of, Dr. A. H. Davis, 279
  • Noise, Reduction of. Discussion, 278
  • Papermaking. James Abel and J. Duguid. 278
  • Reinforced Concrete Beams, Shear Stress Distribution in. Dr. R. H. Evans and J. Thomlinson, 331
  • River Flow Records, Captain W. N. McClean, 308
  • Scottish Hydro-electric Stations. W. T. Halcrow. 256
  • Sources of Cheap Electric Power. Professor Francis G. Baily, 243, 269
  • Steel. Lower Yield Point in Mild, Professor B. P. Haigh, 330
  • Section I, :
  • Science* and the Universities, H. 'I'. Ti are (Leading Article, 261)
  • CIRCLE, ENGINEERS' GERMAN :
  • Annual Dinner and Dance (552)
  • Automatic Welding Machines. IC .Panzerbioter, (878)
  • History of Technical Science as Shown in German Museums, Dr. Conrad Matches., 409
  • Low-pressure Oil Engines, Dr. F. Sass, 449
  • Modern Industrial Plants and Buildings Particularly in Germany, Dr..Ing. H. Maier-Leibnitz, 369
  • INSTITUTE, CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON :
  • Fellows Elected, (113)
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Autumn Meeting, Programme, 169
  • Autumn Meeting in Belgium and Luxemburg, 280
  • King Leopold 111 Honorary Member, (259)
  • Local Technical Societies and Mutual Co-operation. 449
  • Election of Vice-Presidents and Vice-President, (528)
  • Grants from Andrew Carnegie Fund, (626)
  • Symposium on Welding of Iron 601
  • INSTITUTE OP BRITISH ARCHITECTS, ROYAL :
  • H.M. the King to Open Institute's Building, (259); Centenary Celebrations, (259)
  • INSTITUTE OY FUEL :
  • Annual Dinner. H.R.H. Prince George
  • Accepts Invitation for, (296)
  • Annual- Dinner, Presentation of Molchott
  • Medal to Dr. F. Bergius, 475
  • Pulverised Coal at Orimethorpo Colliery, 319
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL AND INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Joint Meeting, Loeffler System of Steam Production, S. McEwen, 479, 494
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, NATIONAL :
  • Courses Organised by the Institute. (196)
  • INSTITUTE OR MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Examination for Student Class of Membership, (320)
  • Guild of Benevolence Established, (161) Honorary Research and Steel, A

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Autumn Meeting Programme, 61, 227, 251, 288
  • Autumn Lecture, Dr. Walter Rosenhain, Dr. J. L. Haughton, 227
  • Behaviour of White Bearing Metals, 251
  • Copper and Copper-rich Alloys, Elongation Values of. Dr. Cook and Mr. Larks. 289
  • Crystal Densities of Industrial Brasses from X-ray Data, Professor Owen and Dr. Pickup, 289
  • Duralumin, Tho Influence of Pickling on the Fatigue Strength of, H. Sutton and W. J. Taylor, 288
  • Improvement of White Bearing Metals for Severe Service—Some General Considerations, D. J. MacNaughton, 251
  • Nickel, Some Properties of Heavily Cold-worked, H. Quinney, 289
  • Tin Containing Small Amounts of Silver Iron. Nickel or Copper, Some Properties of. Professor Hanson, Messrs. Sandford and Stevens, 255
  • Visits, 255, 289
  • Wire Drawing, Experiments in, Part IV, Annealing of .C. Copper Wires of Varying Hardness Elongation Values. W. t. Atkins and W. Cartwright. 289
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Examination Regulations. (528)
  • Medal Awarded to C. M. Jenkin for Paper, Railway Colour-light Signalling from an Operating Point of View, (361)
  • Presidential Address. Passenger Transport .
  • S. E. Garcke, 359
  • Speed of Travel of the Future, R. Carpmac!, 512
  • Birmingham and Diatrid :
  • Transport Statistics : Their Uses awl
  • Abuses, W. V. Wood, 395
  • INSTITUTION, CHARTERED Surveyors' .
  • Water Supply in England, Alan E. Chorlton, 602.
  • INSTITUTION, PERMANENT WAY :
  • Jubilee Celebrations in London, (63)
  • W. K. Wallace Elected President, (51 3
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, (395)
  • Appointment of Director of Research, (150)
  • Presidential Address, L. H. Pomeroy, 342
  • Research and Standardisation Committee's Report on Further Experiments on
  • Cylinder Wear, 97, 111
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
  • Crushing and Grinding, %V. F. Carey. 3711
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Awards by Council, 395
  • Presidential Address, Tho Coal Mining Industry, Sir Richard Redmayno, 462
  • Thomas Telford, Our First President, Sir Alexander Gibb, 15
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS OF IRELAND :
  • The Laurence J. Kettle Premium', 1931 35, (311)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL Engineers :
  • Annual Conversazione of Overseas 1.,111.bore, 62
  • E.H.T. Conference, Paris Session, 1935. (500)
  • Generation, Distribution and Use of Electricity on Board Ship, C. W. Saunders. H. W. Wilson, and Dr. R. C. Jakeman, 547
  • Modern Electric Vehicle, Colonel (:. 1). Ozanne, 566
  • Presidential Address, Electrical Insulation. Professor W. M. Thornton, 443
  • Transmission Section :
  • Conversazione and Supper Dance. 529
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, CLEVELAND :
  • Presidential Address, Modern Development of Industry, Lieut.-Colonel NV Routledge, 145
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Awards by Council, (470)
  • Causes for Failure of Lead and Lead Pipes and Suggested Remedies, E. King and K. Gray, (387)
  • Election of Officers, (513)
  • Water, Priming in Boilers, G. S. Irving, (567)
  • Gustavo Canet Lecture, The Engineer and Modern Civilisation, Sir Frank Smith, 4, 38, 67; (Leading Article, 13)
  • Jubilee Celebrations, President Elect, C. C. Paterson, (387), (402)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • Andrew Laing Lecture, Progress in Naval Construction, Sir Arthur W. Johns, 480
  • Awards by Council, 270
  • Celebrations for Fiftieth Anniversary, (593)
  • Presidential Address. On Progress, John T. Batoy, 409
  • INSTITUTION Or ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • Backing of Propellers, J. F. C. Cook, 408
  • Trial Performances of a Portuguese Destroyer, Sir Harold Yarrow, 620, 521
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Programme of Second International Ow,
  • Conference at Zurich, 97
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL :
  • Liberation of the Electron and its Industrial Consequences, C. C. Paterson, 501

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL, AM, BRITISH SCIENCE GUILD :
  • Sound and Noise, Dr. G. W. C. Kayo, 023
  • INSTITUTION of LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address. Steam Locomotive
  • Programs, H. N. Gresley. 341; (Leading Article, 337)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Air Swirl in Oil Engines, J. F. Alcock, 622
  • High-pressure Plant for Experimental Hydrogenation Plant. A. T. Barber and
  • A. H. Taylor. 516, 523, 550
  • Liverpool and the Atlantic Ferry, J. Austin, 15, 17. 45, 72
  • Presidential Address, Early Days of the Diesel Engine, Charles Day, 455
  • Prize List Awarded by Council, (470)
  • Summer Moeting Report, 14
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture. Green Praia as Agricultural Engineer, Professor Sir
  • Frederick W. Keeble. F.R.S.. 438; (Leading Article, 437)
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, Survey of Ships and Engines, Loughnan St. L. Pendred, 570. 587
  • North-Western Branch :
  • Annual Dinner Report. 601
  • INSTITUTION Or MINING AND metallurgy :
  • N©w Headquarters, 475
  • INSTITUTION Or MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • Modern Traffic Control, G. Harris. (11)
  • INSTITUTION Or NAVAL ARCHITEcTs :
  • Appointment of Assistant Secretary. Lieut.-Comm. E. F. Young, 633
  • Awards by Council, (396)
  • Presidential Address, 30
  • Retirement of Mr. R. W. Dana. 449
  • Scholarships for Competition in 1935, (552)
  • Summer Meeting and International Conference, Programme, 20. 30, 55. 84, 107, 121
  • Papers :
  • Influence of ForM on Frictional Resistance, General G. Rota, 55
  • Influence of Viscosity on Thrust and Torque of Propellor Working near Surface. Dr. G. Kempf, 57
  • Model Data, Some Notes on Nomenclature Suitable for kresentation of. Professor T. B. Abell, 55
  • On the Theory of Double Systems of Rolling of Ships Among Waves, Monsieur R. G. Barrillon, 107
  • Propeller Cavitation Studies. Lieut.-Commander Kell, 84
  • Propellers in Open Water. Effect of Inclination. Immersion and Scale on, Dr. De Santis. 85
  • Propulsive Economy of Single-screw Ships. M. Yamagata. 85
  • Resistance of Long Planks and Ships. Experimental Investigations on, Professor Vice-Admiral Y. lift aga. 66
  • Screw Propellers, Design of. G. S. Baker, 84
  • Ship Performance in Relation to Tank R' vaults, M. P. Payne. 107
  • Skin Friction Correction. Professor L. Bairstow, 57
  • Trials of Training Ship " Cristoforo Colombo." Colonel F. Rotundi, 122
  • William Froudo, Sir Westeott S. Abell, 31, 39; (Leading Article, 37)
  • Wave Patterns and Wave Resistance, Professor T. H. Havelock, 107
  • Social Events and Visits, 85, 108
  • INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • Sir John Cadman Elected President, (513)
  • INSTITUTION Or STRUCTURAL ENGINEERs :
  • Concrete, Tests on. W. H. Glanville and D. A. G. Reid, (459)
  • INSTITUTION OP WELDING ENGINEERS :
  • Appointment of Full-Limo Secretary. (102)
  • SOCIETY, ELECTROCHEMICAL. NEw YORK :
  • Vanadium, B. D. Saklatwalla, 369
  • SOCIETY, FARADAY :
  • General Discussion Colloidal Electrolytes, (63)
  • SOCIETY, INDUSTRIAL WELFARE :
  • Annual Meeting, 583
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEm ENT :
  • Annual Conference, Programme, 231
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN :
  • Cruquius Engine and its History, J. J.
  • Bootsgezel, 398
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL :
  • Show at Ipswich, 6, 32, 58
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • President, Charles Day, (89)
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS AMERICAN :
  • Robert Fulton's Original Drawings, F. D. Herbert, 511
  • ATLANTIC Ferry, Liverpool and the, .1. Atimist. 17
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Research in, 557
  • Atmospheric Pollution and Sulphur Flumes Research, (619).
  • Automatically Stabilised Aeriplane. Siemens-Schuckert Company, 434
  • Automobile Cylinder Walls, Testing Thickness of, (187)
  • Axial Slip of Brass Pins, W. R. Swangor, (1 I 2)
  • Axle Shafts, Research on Forged, (641)

B

  • BALL, The Steel : Early Methods of Manufacture, C. Watts, 634
  • Barium Oxide and Barium Carbonate when Pouring Ferrous Metals, Mixtures of, (643)
  • Barometric Pressure in Ruhr Collieriei, Automation Device which Signals, (361)
  • Barrages Below Montreal to Raise River Level, Steel, (387)
  • Bath Manufacture, 577
  • Battersea Power Station, Sulphur Fumes and. 633
  • Beach and Shore Proteetion in the United States, 386
  • Bearing Metals, Performance of, (235)
  • Beilby Memorial Awards, 1934, (398)
  • Belt Pulleys, Nonslip Bandages for, Contrasit Company of Great Britain, Ltd., 170
  • Bensole Production of the World, (513)
  • Benzole Recovery Plant at titookport, (89)
  • Berths at St. John, New Brunswick, Reconstruction of, (311)
  • Bismuth Deposits Discovered in South A irint, (285)

'BOILERS :

  • Boiler, Tests of L.N.E. Railway Locomotive, 118
  • Boiler, Vertical Cross-tube. A. L. Haas, 374
  • Boiler Drum, Fusion NVelded 1400 lb., (187)
  • Boiler-howie Employees. Training of, 548
  • Boiler Plant for Hams Hall Power Station, International Combustion, Ltd., 493
  • Boilers at. Brighton Power Station, 264
  • Boilers for Fulham Power Station, Stirling
  • Boiler Company. Ltd., 596
  • Electric Boiler and Canadian Industrial 1,11.•, (211)
  • Electric Steam Boilers at Ontario Paper Company's Works, (89)
  • Explosion of Water-tube Boilers, Erosive
  • Action of Soot Blowers in Tubes, (63)
  • High-pressure Locomotive Boilers, 214
  • Velox Steam Generator in Service, K S. Dan, 040
  • BONUS Scheme at R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd. Dursley Works. (11)
  • Boron, Hardest Substance Produced, (643)
  • Boron. Production of Abrasive Carbide of, (435)
  • Brass Tubes, Method for Cutting-off Thin, (187)
  • Breakwater at &abatises Harbour Nearing Completion, (434)
  • Brick-making at Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, (592)
  • Bricks from Spent Oil Shale, Scottish Oils, Ltd., 97, (113)

BRIDGES :

  • Bridge and Structural Engineers, Annual General Meeting of National Federation of, (602)
  • Bridges, Locomotives and, U. V. Lomenewer', 282
  • Bridges, Photo-electric Cell for Lining-up Swing, (459)
  • Bridges, Road Fund and Weak, 633
  • Bridges in Birmingham Area, Rebuilding Weak, 427
  • Bridges in London Docks, (89)
  • Brisbane Bridge Project, 671
  • Burrard Inlet Bridge, Vancouver, Reopened, (113)
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 427
  • Cromwell Bridge Between Pendleton and Broughton Opened, (215)
  • Dresden Bridge, Welded, (485)
  • Finnieston Bridge, Competition for. (137)
  • Firth of Forth Road Bridge, (11), 103, 32:,
  • Great Belt, Bridge Over, 275
  • Hangohow Bridge, China, Proposed, (361)
  • Hanging Bridge, Mayfield, Improvement of Ancient, (637)
  • Honoro Mercier Bridge Over St. Lawrence. Opened, (161)
  • Howrah Bridge to be Widened to Take Tramcars. (457)
  • Howrah Bridge, Repairs to, (593)
  • Ironbridge Toll Bridge Scheduled am Ancient Monument, (140)
  • Kabini River Bridge near Narsipur, (.f30)
  • King Alexander I Suspension Bridge Opened NInjaputi Bridge. Orange Free State, Proposed, (311)
  • MellIti Straits Suspension Bridge, Proposed, (485)
  • Nowcastle-upon-Tyne, Vertical Lift Bridge, Proposed, (387)
  • Nottingham, Unusual Bridge Failure at Haydn-road, 275
  • Pittsburgh, Smithfield-atreet Bridge, Aluminium Floor for, 90, 93 : (Leading Art irlr, 91)
  • Riclunond Bridge, Condition of, (541)
  • Rollers for Bridges, Load.carrying Capacity of Small, (235)
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bridge, Progress on, (485)
  • Stalinsk Bridge, World's Largest Welded Bridge, (485)
  • Suspension Bridge Opened, Connecting Belgrade and Zemitn, 009
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Total Cost of, (161)
  • Tranoborg Arch *Bridge Opened, 225
  • ‘Waterloo Bridge, Recommended Design, 396
  • Weak Road Bridges, (643)
  • York Village, Maine, Timber Bridge, (019)
  • Zambesi Bridge, 403

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION

  • Annual General Meeting. (8). 61
  • Specifications. :
  • Asbestos Cement Pipes, 577
  • Asbestos Cement Pipes and Fittings, 39.;
  • British Standard Engineering Symbols and
  • Abbreviations, 136; (Leading Article, 139)
  • Building Materials, Unit Weights of, 318 13uilding1Vorksi, Specifications Applicable to, 31
  • Cables, Amended Standards for, 122

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (continued):

  • Circuit Breakers, Airbreak, 74
  • Concrete Pipes and Tubes, 74
  • Diffusing Globes for Traffic Control. 39')
  • Glassware Lighting Fittings, 577
  • Land Aare:Aroma and Airway Light lug. 101;
  • Phosphorus in Coal and Coke, 467
  • Pipes, Asbestos Cement. 577
  • Plating Industries, Specifications in the, 31 s
  • Relays for Railway Signalling, 318
  • Scientific Glassware, 677
  • Softwoods, Ternss and Definit ion•. for, 3is
  • Solvents, 578
  • Specifications, 1934, " 13.8.1. Ilundbook," 331
  • Testing of Thin Metal Sheet and St rip, 31
  • Well Glass Lighting Fittings, 577
  • British Universities, Index of Unpublished Theses for Higher Degrees, (31))
  • Bronze Containing Nickel, (161)
  • Buildings, Wind Resistance of toll, ($1))

C

  • CABLE Railway in Switzerland. KleeIneallY Operated, (619)
  • Caisson for San Franeiseo•Oaklancl Bridge, (485)
  • Calcium Chloride Plant, in Canada, (285)
  • Calculator, Normal Performance, Tapley and Co., 651
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 626, 652
  • Caliper Gauge for Chain Slings, E. Bayne and Co.. Ltd., 493
  • Camera, Largest, (435)
  • Canada's W eekly, (335)

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Aqueduct Improvements,,Montreal, 117
  • BUSilleS1 Conditions, 334
  • Carbon Black, 294
  • Canadian Heavy Oil Engines. 334
  • Dam on Trent Canal, 294
  • Electric Railway Traffic, 334
  • Gas, Storing of, 97
  • Hydrogen Peroxide Plant, 294
  • Montreal Harbour Improvements, 311
  • Navigation, Aids to, 334
  • Nickel Exports Growing, 204
  • Public Works, 334
  • Rail Order of 7500 Tome, 334
  • Smelter Addition, 97
  • Steel Barrages, 334
  • Tidal Power Plan Revived, 294
  • Works Programme, Extensive. Public.. tl;

CANALS

  • Canal Charges, (619)
  • Canal Tolls, (541)
  • Canal Traffic on Grand Union Canal, (311)
  • Grand Union Canal Development Schemes, 427
  • Manchester Ship Canal. Traffic Receipts, (387)
  • Panama Canal Leeks, Steel Nets to Protect from Aerial Attack, (643)
  • Panama Canal Open for Twenty Years, (21o)
  • Suez Canal Traffic and Receipts for First Seven Months, 1934, (1011
  • CANNING Industry, British, A. E. Williams, 86
  • Captsan Unit, Self•contained Eleetrie, Theodore Boll et Cie., 241
  • Carbon Disulphide, Safety in Use of, (113)
  • Carbon Black Factory in Russia, (335)
  • "Cardiee," Solid Carbon Monoxide, (513)
  • Catalogues, 44, 78, 98, 146, 170, 224, 340, 3W). 444, 470, 496, 532, 602
  • Catalysts in Case-hardening of Steels, Experiments upon Effect of, (643)
  • Centenary of a Groat Firm, Sulzer Brothers, 219
  • Centenary of Jean Mario Jacquard, 108
  • Cerosine Wax, Factory at. Baku for Production of, (137)
  • Chain Drives in Oil Engines, Ronald and
  • Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., (146)
  • Chain Slings, Caliper Gauge for, E. Baylie and Co.. Ltd., 493
  • Chemical Engineering Aspect of Low-temperatare Carbonisation, Colonel W. A. Bristow, (567)
  • Chemical Resistance of Metals, Dr. C. H. DI's h (459)
  • Chippings Distributor for Roads, Wallis on Steevens, Ltd., 61
  • Chimneys of Barton Power Station, Alteration of, (11)
  • Chromium • 31olybdenuin • Vanadium Non -deforming Deep-hardening Steel for Blanking Dies for Tinplate, (513)
  • Civilisation, Engineer and Modern, Sir Frank Smith, 4, 38, 67
  • Clay in Concrete,'Tests on Effect of Fine, (235)
  • Cleaning Painted and Varnished Surfaces, Solution of Trisoditint Phosphate for, (259)

COAL, COKE. AND COLLIERIES

  • Belgian Coal Crisis, 275
  • Black Coal Production in Australia. (89)
  • Canadian Coal Production. (63)
  • Coat and Coke, American Standards Test s for. 394
  • Coal and Coke Shipments on Tyne for First Nine Months, (413)
  • Coal•blending Plant at. Wandsworth. ((13)
  • Coal Bunkering Conveyor at New Quay Sunderland, (387)
  • Coal Carbonised at Coke Ovens During 1933, (361)
  • Coal Carbonisation Plant at Loanhead, (413)
  • Coal Cleaning by Gravity Methods, Mr. A. A. Hirst, (413)
  • Coal Consumed by Locomotives, Statistics front Railway Returns, (593)
  • Coal Consumption Increasing, (11)
  • Coal Dust Engine Research, 501
  • Coal Exports for Juno, (89)
  • Coal Face Advance and lire-damp, Resew into Effect of Rate of, (2:35)

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES (continued):

  • Coal Gas Plant at Hameln, Germany, Non-poisonous, (485)
  • Coal Hoists at Cardiff Docks, 201
  • Coal Industry, Output from 1913, C. Carlow, (459)
  • 'oaf Industry in Russia, (541)
  • foul into Liquid Fuel, U.S.S.R. Esperanto's -for Turning. (311)
  • Coal-loading Staithes at Hebburn-on-Tyne. (387)
  • Coal-mining Industry, Sir Revisers, Rolayne, 462
  • Coal of Now Type Found m 'Hutt. "Lorinite," (019)
  • Coal Oils Plant in Japan, (235)
  • Coal Output, Statistics, (311)
  • Coal Output for t he Year, (513)
  • Coal Output in Russia, Statisties, (019)
  • Coal Production of the World, (137)
  • Coal Production Statistics, (285)
  • Coal Seams Located Between LeningradItu'I Moscow, (89)
  • Coal in Turtle Mountain, Manitoba, 031
  • Coal Seams in Dunfermline, (285)
  • Coaling Plants at Crewe, First Mechanical. (459)
  • Coal-oil Industry on Tuus.side. (567)
  • Coke. and Gas Plants in Canada, (043)
  • Coke in Foundry Practice, Behaviour of, (0431
  • Coke Ovens at Harwortb Colliery. (35)
  • Gresford Colliery Disaster, 301
  • Haulage " Leading " of Coal, Permits iic Yorkshire, (63)
  • Ignition of Fire-dtunp by Coal-mining Explosives, (667)
  • Lignite and Production of Motor Spirit by Hydrogenation, German Proposals for. (361)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant as Carnock, MM. and G. Syndicate, Ltd.. .1711
  • Mechanical Coal-cutting Machines, II. Bailey, (435)
  • National Coal Survey, 201
  • Oil from Coal, 127
  • Pulverised Coal at Grimesthurpe Colliory, 319
  • Research, Coal Dust Engine, 501
  • South Wales Coalfield, Settlement of Dispute. 325
  • coMPANIES Rogistered in England, (83)
  • Compressor Plant, Railway Self -propolled,
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd.. 10
  • 'omparator, Dennis y, (387)

CONCRETE :

  • Concrete Making Circular Opusussius us, (335)
  • Concrete, Process for Manufacture of Light. (485)
  • Concrete Hatching Plant and Truck Mixer,
  • Jaeger Truck Mixers (England), Ltd., 291
  • Conerete Wharf at Puerto Artnuelles
  • Destroyed by Earthquake, (89)
  • Vibrators for Concrete Placing, 359
  • CONDENSER Tube Corrosion, 036
  • Condensers, Surface, 178, 214, 216, 250, 276, 280, 316, 326, 352, 378, 404, 428, 450, 490, 502
  • Condensation, Dropwise versus Film H. Lewis. 637
  • Contracts and Orders, 24, 50, 102, 122, 151), 272, 200, 224. 244, 270, 294, 346, 372, 398, 422, 470, 528, 578, 004, 632
  • Copper, Treatment for Produciur Met all ic, (435 )
  • Copper Production in Canada, 387)
  • Coppor-siliean Alloy Products, American) Standards for, 393
  • "Copper Through the Ages," (402)
  • Corrosion of Metal Surfaces, Prevention of, (t I
  • Corrosion of Metals in Tar Acids, (113)
  • Crane, Mobile Electric•hydraulic, Elect rice N Ltd., 242
  • Crane Accident near Dunston Power Stonny!Fatal, (63)
  • Crane at Port of Natal, Lift of 76•1:011 Stator for 80-ton, (211)
  • Crane Design, High tensile Steel in, 0. Roberts, 218
  • Crane for Southampton, 50-ton, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 194
  • Cultivator. " Equitine " Self-lift, It Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, p 60
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels- Weekly
  • Cutting Machine, Straight-lino and Circle,
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 01
  • Cylinder Wear, Further Experiments on, Report by Research and Standardisation ('onunitteo of Institution of Automobile Engineers, 97. 111

D

  • DAMS;
  • Boulder 1)ain, Growing Height of. (113)
  • Cauvery•Mottur Reservoir Project, South Iudia, 202, 203, 212
  • Dam and Reservoir at Fort Pock, Proposed, (413)
  • Dneiprostov Dam, Testing Stress and Load of, (235)
  • Hume Dam, Australia, Completion of, 225
  • Mettur Dam, Completion of, (113), 177
  • Nepean Dam for Sydney Water Supply, 236, 240
  • Parker Dam on Colorado River, Contract Placed for, (285)
  • DIAMONDS Discovered in Nigeria, (187)
  • Diving to 2510ft. Depth off Bermuda, (187)
  • Dock, Lowestoft Harbour Dry, 403
  • Drainage Schemes in Greece, English Firm 'on• tractors for, :101
  • Drainage Scheme, River Don, 633 1 hawing-office Practice, Australian, (01
  • Dredging, Increased Cost of, (408)
  • Drum, Hollow Forged, (35)
  • Drums, Manufacture of High-pressure Hollow Steel, (235)
  • Dual-market Factories, H. Outteridge• 549
  • Dust in Trains-Whore it Comes from. (513)
  • Dry Dock Opened at Tsingtao, (513)

E

  • ECONOMIC Crisis and the Way Out, Frederic Jenny, 648
  • Educational Intelligence, 320, 316

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • Albbruck-Dogern Power Station, (641
  • Al1ternator for Copenhagen Electricity 11 Oil Engine-driven, Asea Electric Company, Ltd.. 108
  • Alternators, 1 tabulation of High • voltage, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.. 332
  • Alternator Regulator, Improved, 283
  • Brighton Power Station, Extensions at, 261
  • Bus-bars for Outdoor Sub-stations, A. M. Spruce, 012
  • Canadian Central Electric Stations, Output During June, (137), (101)
  • Central Electricity Board's Chairman, her Archibald Page, 557
  • Chesterfield Corporation Electricity Extension of. (63)
  • Conduit, Type of Electrical, (113)
  • Copper Oxide Rectifiers, Deterioration of, Duo to Temperature Rise, (513)
  • Current Leakage, Insulation for, (259)
  • Cut-out for Decorative Installations, (413)
  • Dixon.° Power Station Nearing Completion. (485)
  • Electric Lines Above Ground Between Canterbury and Sandwich, (35)
  • Electric Motor, Breakdown of 60 h.p., (35)
  • Electric Power Plants in Japan, Statistics, (593)
  • Electric Power Stations in Canada, (36)
  • Electrical Accidents, Number of, (507)
  • Electrical Aids to Hearing, National Physical Laboratory to Investigate, (161)
  • Electrical Apparatus in Coal Mines, (35)
  • Electrical Energy from Refuse at Glasgow, (335)
  • Electrical Energy Supplied by Beauliernois Company, (507)
  • Electrical Engineering Appointment of Mr. A, D. Constable, Admiralty, 1
  • Electrical Equipment for Road Vehicles, A. .1. Salisbury, 69
  • Electrical Industry of Poland, 46
  • Electrical Insulation, Professor W. M. Thornton, 443
  • Electrical Power Generated Central Stations in Canada, Statistics, (541)
  • Electrical Power in Irish Free State, (818)
  • Electrical Propaganda Films, (552)
  • Electrical Vehicles for Commercial Purposes in Germany, (35)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Annual Report, 639
  • Electricity Commissioners, Generating Station Extensions, 25
  • Electricity Commissioners. Generation of
  • Electricity in Great Britain, Statistics, tune, 1931, (35); July, 1934. (187): August, 1934, (285); September. 1934, (383); October, 1934, (485)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Report for 1933. 25
  • Electricity Distribution System in Pretoria, (435)
  • Electricity Generation in Canada. (285)
  • Electricity Production and Textile Strike in America, (4591
  • Electricity Sales in Irish Free State, (513)
  • Electricity Scheme for South-west Englund and South Wales, 557
  • Electricity Supplies in Rural Area, 633
  • Electricity (Supply) Bill, 629
  • Electricity Supply Failures, 313
  • Electricity Supply for Working•chiss house's in London, (259)
  • Electricity Supply Industry in U.S.A.. (89)
  • Electricity Supply Plants, High-pressure Steam Turbine, Dr. S. L. Pearce, 469
  • Electricity Supply to Thos. Firth and John Brown's Works, Sheffield, 360
  • Electricity Supply (Wireless) Bill, 25
  • Electricity Undertakings in Japan. (137)
  • Fulham Power Station, 596, 614
  • Fuses, nigh-rupturing Capacity, 417, 432, 136, 482, 517
  • Fuses, L.T. Distribution. Switchgear and Equipment, Ltd., 549
  • Future Electricity Consumption, .1. M. Kennedy, 381
  • Geared Motor Units, Higgs Motors, Ltd., 41
  • Germany's Export of Electrical Machines, (167)
  • "Grid " Breakdown in Kent. 223
  • "Grid " Failure, Statement by Cent rid Electricity Board, 160
  • "Grid " Scheme, An Amending, 1n3
  • Grid " System for France, (211)
  • I. Grid "'Tariff, 557
  • High-voltage Electrical Discharges, ( 1371
  • High-voltage Testing Equipment, Prot yet ion f Operators of, (117)
  • Insulating Resistance of Windings of Electric Machine, (35)
  • Ironclad Switches with Fuses. General Electric Company. Ltd., 294
  • Lamp, Double-coiled Filament, (284)
  • Motor Converter Breakdown, (513)
  • Motors, Ball-bearing Fractional Horsepower, British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., 196
  • Motors for Farms. Geared, British Thomson, Houston Company, Ltd.. 72
  • Motors, Geared Electric. Northern Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 196
  • Motor, Single-phase Spairrel•cage. Norland Electrical Company, Ltd., 71
  • Motor Starter, Single-phase Fractional Horse-power, British Thomson•Houston Company, Ltd.. 522
  • Motors in Sugar Plantations of Cuba. (35)
  • North 1Vilford Generating Station, Nottingham, 566
  • Outdoor Metal-clad Switchgear and Controvisory Control Equipment, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 170
  • Power from Boulder Dam. (36)
  • Power Plant for China, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 586

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued) :

  • Power Station for Canton Municipal Government, (113)
  • Power Transmission Lines over River, Kite Used to Place, (413)
  • Rectifier Set, An Experimental, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company Ltd., 318
  • Rectifiers, " Grid " Control, 213
  • Rectifiers for Charging Miners' Hand Lamp Batteries from A.C. Mains, Philips Industrial, Ltd., 576
  • Reverse Rotation Relays, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 394
  • Starter,2 h.p. Motor, Midland Electric Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 576
  • Stators for Swansea, Two 75-Ton, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., (217)
  • Swit,cligear Manufacture, Twenty-one Years of, Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., 665
  • Switohgoar Testing Plant at Trafford Park, 51
  • Thyratrons, Industrial Applications of, British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd., 141
  • Transformers at Boulder Dam. (413)
  • Transmission Cables. Tests on, (63)
  • Turbo-alternator for Ironbridgo, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.. 268
  • Turbo-generators at Brighton Power Station, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.. 264
  • Turbo-generator for Fulham Power Station. 75,000-kVA, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd.. 614
  • Voltage Regulation by Grid Control, (35)
  • Weaver Valley Transmission Line Crossing for Mid-Cheshire Electricity Supply Company, Ltd., Watshams, Ltd., 493
  • What Electricity is Doing in the Country, M. M. Harvey, 68
  • World Production of Electricity, :365
  • EMPLOYMENT and Insured Person,: II, 16-64 in Groat Britain, (693)
  • Enamelling Iron, H. N. Oakley-Evans, (593)
  • Engineer and Modern Civilisation. Sir Frank Smith, 4, 38, 67
  • Engineering Studies, Models in, 210
  • Engineering, University Degrees in. 430. (Leading Article, 437), 452, 484, 604, 532, 561, 592 (see Letters to the Editor)
  • Engineering Apprentices. Improving Standard of, (693)
  • Engineering Industries of Russia, 334
  • Engineering Wages, Conference on, 633
  • Engineers in Franco. Registration of, 61

ENGINES AND MOTORS (see also Motor and Other Vehicles page ix)

  • Diesel Engines. Early Days of, C. Day. 155
  • Heavy-oil Engines for Lifeboat Service, 557
  • Induced Air Scavenge for Two-stroke
  • Engines, P. W. Petter, 157
  • Internal Combustion Engine Efficiencies, Gaseous Specific Heats and, Professor W. T. David, 476
  • Internal Combustion Engine Group, 609
  • Oil Engine, Design and Construction of 400 h.p. Heavy, (435)
  • Oil Engine, Steam's Experimental 320 li.p..
  • Steel Used for Cylinders and Other Part:,. (361)
  • Oil-engined Omnibuses, 609
  • Oil Engine Traction, Progress in, 530
  • Oil Engine, 3 b.h.p. Single-cylinder, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 59
  • Oil Engine, 60 h.p. C.I., Brush Electrical Engineering Company. Ltd., 7
  • Oil Engine, 150 b.h.p., Four-cylinder, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 58
  • Oil Engine, 20,000 b.h.p.. Burmeister and Wain, 108
  • Oil Engine for Motor Cargo Vessel "Waipera," 6000 s.h.p., Harland B. and W. Typo, 230, 231
  • Oil Engine, 60-70 b.h.p., Four-cylinder, .1. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 60
  • Oil Engines, Absorption of Torsional Oscillations and Vibrations in, 109
  • Oil Engines, Air Swirl in, J. F. Alcock, 622, 627
  • Oil Engines, Value of Exports of, (643)
  • Oil Engines. 31 and 41 b.h.p., l3amfords, Ltd.. 58
  • Oil Engines, 1000 b.h.p. Crossley Premier Vis, Middle Level Drainage Scheme, 302, 303, 312
  • Oil Engines, 76 b.h.p. and 25 b.h.p.. .101111 Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 58
  • Oil Engines for Motor Ship " Dorset." Sulzer. 5600 b.h.p. Marine. 208. 209
  • Oil Engines for St. Hyacinthe, Quo.. Power Station, Four 600 h.p., (285)
  • Petrol Engine, 2 b.h.p.. Potters, Ltd., 7 Supercharging High-speed Oil Engines, (187)
  • ENGINES, Steam, Surface Condensers. 178. 214, 226, 250, 276. 286, 316, 326, 352, 378, 404, 428, 450, 490, 502
  • Evaporating Fan, Improved, (413)
  • Exhaust Valve Seats, Standardised Stollited. (485)
  • Excavator, Canal, Fried Krupp A.G.. 111
  • Excavator, Giant, Ruston-Bucyrus. Ltd.. 293

EXHIBITIONS :

  • Achoma VII Exhibition Guide, Chomieni and Engineering Apparatus, (11)
  • British Industries Fair, 1935, Posters. (294)
  • British Industries Fair, 1935, 92 per Cent.
  • Indoor Space Booked at Castle Bromwich. (113) 13.I.F., One-way Road at Castle Bromwich. (413)
  • Brussels Exhibition, 1936, 529
  • International Building Trades Exhibition. 290
  • Machine Tool Exhibition at Olympia. Fifth, 453 (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 9th, 1934); 478, 486 (Eight-page Supplement, November 16th, 1934); 605, 614. 533 (See Separate Index page xii).
  • Model Engineer Exhibition, 1934, (102), (161), 266
  • Paris Aircraft Show, 619
  • Radio Exhibition at Olympia, National, 186

EXHIBITIONS (continued) :

  • Road Exhibition at Munich, (137)
  • Smithfield Club Show, 683
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, Exhibition at Cardiff, (235)
  • Text;lo Machinery and Accessories Exhibition at Manchester, (63)
  • EXPLOSIVES, Annual Report of His Majesty s Inspector of, 276
  • Exports During First Eight Months of Year, (361)

F

  • FACTORY Scheme, Five-day Week, 591
  • Factories, Dual-market, H. Gutteridge, 549
  • Factories in England, 463 Started in 1933, (187)
  • Factories for Metallurgical and Chemical Products in Soviet Russia, (413)
  • Fan Construction, High-speed Centrifugal, Robert Dowson, 647
  • Federation of British Industries, Industrial Mission to Manchotikuo, (176)
  • Federation of British Industries, Mission to the East, 639
  • Fibre Components, Difficulty in Machining Threads on, (89)
  • Films, Electrical Propaganda, (552)
  • Finsbury Technical College, Council of old Students' Association, 1934-36, (402)
  • Fire-fighting Apparatus at Royal Agricultural Society's Show, Ipswich, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 61
  • Fire Prevention at Portishead Power Station by Means of Carbon Dioxide, (11)
  • Fireproofing of Timber, (643)
  • Fires in Passenger Vessels, Dr.-Ing. E. Foerster 346
  • Fires on Ships, French Government and Prevention of, (619)
  • First Principles, Dr. W. M. Thornton, 464
  • Fish Dock at Grimsby, 558, 568, 584
  • Fishing Nets, Strand. of Copper Wire Woven into, (436)
  • Flood Protection Works in Greece, English
  • Firm Contractors for, 301
  • Floods and Catchment Boards, Thames, E. S. Bellasis, 442; (Erratum, 600)
  • Flow of Liquids, Tho Venturi Flume, 1)1' F. V. A. E. Engel, 104, 131
  • Flume, The Venturi, Dr. F. V. A. E. Engel. 104, 131
  • Fluorine, a Constituent of Coal, Dr. R. Leming. (486)
  • Foam Fire Extinguishing Apparatus, Merryweather and Sons, 395 5 Fog and Safety of,Pedestrians, (541)
  • Fog Signalling at Dover, Diaphono, (161)
  • Forging*, Hollow, 51
  • Forthcoming Engagements—Weekly
  • Fossils in Practical Mining, Value of, (413)

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • Accident Prevention, 23
  • Aircraft Industry, 223
  • Air Services, South American, 031
  • Anglo-French Trade, 273
  • "Atlantique," British Underwriters Pay for L', 175
  • Aviation, 655
  • Aviation, Military and Civil, 555
  • Battleship " Strasbourg," 101
  • Belgian Coal Industry, 401
  • Canal Haulage, 581
  • Claudo-Boucherot Power System, 149
  • Coal Gas for Road Vehicles, 555 1 Coal Imports, 473 1 Commission of Engineers' Degrees, 247
  • Congo-Ocean Railway, 101
  • Cruiser " Emile Bertin," Speed Trials of, 149
  • Ecolo Centrale, 555
  • Engineering, 323
  • Engineering and Foreign Trade, 199
  • Engineers' Training, 499
  • Exhibition, The, 1937, 199, 447
  • Foreign Labour, 555
  • Foreign 'Made, 125, 447, 655
  • Foreign Trade, Simplifying, 101
  • Front Wheel Drive Cars, 299
  • Future of Import Quotas, 323
  • Harbour Works, 375, 527
  • Hydro-electric Plants, 175
  • Import Quotas, 425
  • Import Quotas and Licences, 49
  • Industrial Chemistry, 447
  • Industrial Decline, 247, 473
  • Industrial Difficulties, 655
  • Industrial Future, 149
  • Industrial Outlook, 627
  • Industrial Situation, 101
  • Inventions, 299
  • Iron and Steel Production, 299
  • Locomotives, 401
  • Machine Tools, Duties on, 401
  • Manufacturing Licences, 273
  • Mechanical Engineering, 175
  • Mechanical Industries, 273
  • Miners' Strike, Novel, 175
  • Motor Car Industry, 425
  • Motor Car Suction Gas Fuel, 77
  • Motor Subways, 223
  • Motor Tillage Machines, 349
  • National Economic Council, 375
  • Oil Locomotives, 631
  • Paris Circular Railway, 149
  • Paris Water Supply, 125
  • Pit Props and Coal, 527
  • Public Works, 223, 375
  • Public Works Tenders, 349
  • Quality and Prompt Delivery, 607
  • Rail Coaches, 125
  • Railway Accident in Paris, 23
  • Railway Improvements, 499
  • Railway Speeds, 125
  • Relief Works, 23,49
  • Rhine, Regularising the, 473
  • Rhone Navigation Works, 77
  • River Power Supply, 401
  • Road and Rail Transport, 323
  • Road and Railway Accidents, 199
  • Road Transport, 247

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :

  • Road Vehicles, Coal Gas for, 555
  • Rolling Stock, 49, 607
  • Shipbuilding, 376
  • Shipbuilding Costs, 175
  • Shipping, 581, 631
  • Shipping Subsidies, 101
  • Shipping Subsidy, 323
  • Steel Cartel, 247
  • Subsidies and Import Duties, 199
  • Textile Machinery, Scrapping, 607
  • Trade Difficulties, 299
  • Trade in Gold Countries, 425
  • Trade with Gold Countries, 349
  • Trado Policy, 401, 581
  • Trade Policy, Franco Seeking a, 473, 499
  • Trade Tendencies, 607
  • Trans-African Airway, 77
  • Unemployment, 273. 631
  • FUEL Oil for Steam Raising, (459)
  • ) Fuel Oil for Steam Raising and Central Heating, Expensive Luxury, H. L. Pirie, (441)
  • Fuel Research Board, Work of, 548
  • Fuel Research Station at Greenwich, 19
  • Furnace, Typo of Electric Induction Melting, (387)
  • Furnaces for Steel, Annealing, 88

G

  • GALVANISED Sheets, Manufacture of. (335)
  • Gas, Wallasey Corporation's Experiments with Compressed Coal, (335)
  • Gas for Heating Processes in Tin-plate Works, Mr. A. D. Howell's Experiments, (593)
  • Gas Holder for Birmingham, 6,000,000 Cubic Feet Capacity, (361)
  • Gaseous Specific Heats and Internal Combustion Engine Efficiencies, Professor W. T. David, 476
  • Garage in Venice, 592, 594
  • Gear-boxes, Speed-increasing, Alfred Wiseman and Co. (1933). Ltd., 394
  • Gear Drive for Sheet Rolling Mill, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., 195
  • Gear Tooth Designing Machine, Herbert S. Ingham, 384
  • Geological Survey in Canada, (285)
  • German Debts, Anglo-German Payments Agreement, (541)
  • Gland Packing, Hoyt Metallic, 422
  • Glass Windows in Lids of Tin Cans, (335)
  • Gold from the " Egypt," (311)
  • Gold Mine Shaft at South Deep now 550ft.
  • Deep, (485)
  • Gold Nugget Worth 0344 Found at Bashkiria, (336)
  • Gold Production in Canada, (235), (291), (593)
  • Gold Standard Conference, 403
  • Graphite from Ukraine, (593)
  • Graving Dock on Tyne, (413)
  • Great Britain, Her Beauty and Achievement,. (24)
  • Gyrotiller, 170 h.p., John _yowler itild (Leeds), Ltd., 58

H

  • HACKSAW, Magazine Frame, Jame:, Neill and Co., Ltd., 293
  • Hammers, Pneumatic, Preventing Recoil (387)
  • Harbour at Port of Spain, Trinidad, (89)
  • Harbour for Port of Spain, Deep-water, (541)
  • Harbour Works, Cherbourg, 128, 152, 162, 179
  • Harbour Works at Trinidad, 609
  • Harrow with Revolving Tines, W. N. Nicholson9 and Co., Ltd., 8
  • Hatchway Covers, Steel, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 649
  • Helium Gas from Wells at Amarillo, (63)
  • Hoist, Tubular Mast, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd.. 291
  • Home Trade Expansion, Sir Herbert Austin, Letter to Advertising Association, 275
  • Homogeniser, Milk, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Ltd., 7
  • Hook-bolt Adaptor, Henry Lindsay, (398)
  • Housing for Radial and Thrust and Combine, Bearings, R. 0. Baird, (541)

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES :

  • Angara, Siberia, Tender for Plant at, (11)
  • Galloway Water Power Scheme, 362, 366. 381, 388, 410, 414
  • Grampian Power Scheme, Tummol Development, 2, 3 (Two-page Supplement, July 6th, 1934); 40, 41
  • Hydro-electric Power in Sweden, W. Bergquist, (459)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station of Derwent River, Tasmania, (541)
  • Kwantung, Proposed Station at, (11)
  • Manchukuo, Hydro-electric Power for, (187)
  • Niagara River, Canadian Hydro-electric Power from, (187)
  • Svir Second Hydro-electric Station on River, (187)
  • Waitaki Hydro-electric Development., 186

I

  • ICE and Utio by Automobile Engineers, Dry. (567)
  • Ice Factory, Claude-Boucheron Floating, 345
  • Ice Patrol of Atlantic, Freedom from Fatalities. (113)
  • Ice Rinks, Refrigerating Plant for Open-air, Sulzer Brothers, 542, 546
  • Import Duties, Additional, (11)
  • Indian Concrete Journal, Indian Earthquake, Report, (678)
  • Industrial Accidents, Descriptions of, (63)
  • Industrial Agreements and Pacts, (8)
  • Industrial Applications of Thyratrons, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 141
  • Industrial Production in Austria, (285)
  • Industrial Reorganisation, 529
  • Industry, Modern Development of, Lieut.-Colonel William Routledge, 145
  • Insulating Material " Onagoto," (643)
  • Insured Persons in Employment, (643)
  • Ionised Oils, Factory for Produotion of, (161)

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

  • Alloy Cast Iron for Drawing Dios, (387)
  • Alloy Steel Castings, American Standards for, 393
  • American Blast-furnace Design, 412
  • American Iron and Steel Industry, 268
  • American Specification for Steel, 343
  • American Steel Industry, 151
  • Ammonia Production from Iron Blast-furnaces, B. M. Suslov's Scheme, (137)
  • Bessemer Steel Plant at Workington, (335), (361)
  • Blaenavon Blast-furnaces to be Broken to, (619)
  • Blast-furnaces iu America, Earliest, (137)
  • Blast-furnace at Dagenham, Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd., 134, 135
  • Carbon Steel, Metal-to-metal Wear Tests, (137)
  • Carbon Steel Tio Rods for Aeroplanes, Rolling in " 1050," (89)
  • Cast Iron, American Duplex Process for, 481
  • Cast Iron, Durability of Twist Drills Machining, G. Varley, 160
  • Cast Iron, Rate of Corrosion of, (593)
  • Cast Iron for Chemical Plant, J. Cl. Pearce (613)
  • Cast Iron for Finned Convectors, (285)
  • Closing of Blast-furnaces at Prestwick and Newcastle, South Africa, (35)
  • Cold-rolled Steel Works in North of England, (486)
  • Creep Tests on Steel, Interpretation of, (211)
  • Development in Use of Steel, 475
  • Descaling Process for Steel, Bullard-Dunn Electro-chemical, (361), (459)
  • "Dopploy," Alloy Grey Iron, (137)
  • Electric Iron in Belgium, Interesting Typo of, (311)
  • Electrolytic Pickling of High-speed Steel, Process of, (11)
  • Electrolytic Pickling of High-speed Steel, (259)
  • Forgings, Shaping by Oxy-acetylene Blowpipe, (541)
  • Gear Drive for Sheet Rolling Mills, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., 195
  • Hollow Drill Steel, Making, (89)
  • Hollow Forgings, Production of, 51
  • Influence of Rate of Strain in Tension Tests, John L. M. Morrison, 183
  • Iron, Gas from, Professor C. 0. Bannister, (435)
  • Iron and Steel, Symposium on Welding of, 601
  • Iron and Steel Works in Turkey, (643)
  • Iron Exports from Sweden during Seven Months, (361)
  • Iron Ore Resources of Germany, (89)
  • Iron Ore from Sweden, (63)
  • Iron Oro Stocks in Russia, (459)
  • Iron Research Association, Annual Meeting of British Cast, 469
  • Ironstone Mine at Market Rosen, Lincolnshire, Opening, (387)
  • Key Words to Steel Metallurgy, (102)
  • Nitriding Cast Iron Composition without Aluminium, (485)
  • Nitriding Cast Iron without Aluminium, (643)
  • Pickling Plant for Steel Plates at Sounthorpe, Taylor and Sons, Ltd., 293
  • Pickling Unit for 72in. Wide Strip Steel, (361)
  • Pig Iron Output of Japan, Increased, (113)
  • Pig Iron Output in Rumania, (63)
  • Rolling Iron and Steel from Liquid State, E. Kugel, (187)
  • Rolling Mill at Rotherham, Additional 12in., (495)
  • South African Iron and Steel Corporation, First Annual General Meeting, 109
  • Sponge Iron, Process for Obtaining, (541)
  • Stainless Steel Merger, 51
  • Stainless Steel Pipes a Failure when Using Sea Water, (435)
  • Steel, Annealing Furnaces for, 88
  • Steel, Heat Treatment in Oil Quenching, (63)
  • Steel, Specifications for Reinforcing, (211)
  • Steel, Testing of Carbon, (513)
  • Steel, Treatment to Prevent Warping of Carbon, (207)
  • Steel and Magnetic Research, Quality of, 1'.F. Wall, 564
  • Steel Castings, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 419
  • Steel Company Takes Over Ansaldo Works, (435)
  • Steel Framework for Fulham Power Station, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 696
  • Steel for Ford Motor Cars, (311)
  • Steel in Crane Design, High-Tensile, G. Roberts, 218
  • Steel and Engineering Industries of Russia, 334
  • Steel Making, Revolutionary Changes in, 641
  • Steel Mills Capacity in United States, (89)
  • Steel Plant at Bhadravati Ironworks, (311)
  • Steel Plant at Sydney, N.S.W., Production of, (211)
  • Steel Plates in Coal Bunker, Prevention of Wear of, (211)
  • Steel-producing Plant Using Electric Arc Reduction, Third Plant in U.S.A. (387)
  • Steel Production Throughout the U.S.A.,(89)
  • Steel Rails for Chinese Government, (35)
  • Steel Reorganisation Progress, 645
  • Steel Road, Portable, 547
  • Steel Sheets with Felt for Insulation, (311)
  • Steel Telegraph and Transmission Lino Poles, Cecil E. Kay, 394
  • Steel, Temperature of Molten, R. S. Whipple, 346
  • Stool Trade's Independent Chairman, Sir Andrew Duncan, 449
  • Steel Tubes, Creep Properties in, (63)
  • Steel versus Wooden Sleepers, Results of Derailments, (259)

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • Steel Wire, Stress-strain Determinations on, (311)
  • Steel Wire in Suspension Bridges, Tensile Strength of, (63)
  • Steel Works Amalgamation, 301
  • Steel Works and Blast-furnaces at Jarrow Acquired by Thos. W. Ward, Ltd., (137)
  • Steel Works at Belur, near Calcutta, (459)
  • Steel Works in Mysore, (63)
  • Steel Works of Palmer's Shipbuilding and Iron Company at Jarrow, Selling of, (63)
  • Structural Steelwork Tables, (500)
  • Templeborough, Record Outputs at, (593)
  • Trades Union Council and Steel Trade, 287
  • United Steel Companies' Central Research Laboratory, 9, 12; (Note, 78)
  • World Steel Trade Revival, 284
  • IRRIGATION of Dora Ismail Khan District, (435)
  • JETTY for Direct Loading of Petrol into Ships Completed on Tees, (485)
  • Joints, Concertina Expansion, 0. N. Beck, 625
  • Journal of Applied Mechanics, (604)

L

  • LABORATORIES at Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent, Mellor Refractories Research, 600
  • Laboratories of United Steel Companies, 9, 12; (Note, 78)
  • Lamps Using Paraffin Under Pressure, Accident while Filling. (387)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 24, 126, 172, 248, 270, 294, 346, 398, 422, 444, 556, 578, 602, 652
  • Lead Sheet and Pipe Development Council Formed, (485)

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • Air Resistance of Ships, 415
  • Aluminium for Bridge Work, 91
  • Bridges, Build British, 484
  • British Bridges, Build, 484
  • British Civil Aviation and its Critics:,13
  • Civil Aviation, Flying Speeds in, 484
  • Civilisation and the Engineer, 13
  • Copper Trade Troubles, 621
  • Disasters, 363
  • Drought, The, 65
  • Electricity Bill, 569
  • Electricity Supply Failures, 313
  • Engineers as Inventors, 13
  • Factor of Safety, 261
  • Failures of Locomotive Axles, 287
  • First Principles, 515
  • Flying Speeds in Civil Aviation, 484
  • Fronde, William, 37
  • "Grid " Breakdown, July 29th, 1934, 115
  • "Grid " Control Rectifiers, 213
  • Goose Stop, The, 461
  • Highways of London, 595
  • Indian Tariff Board Report, 65
  • International Steam Tables, 237
  • Inventions and Economic Recovery, 313
  • Inventors, Engineers as, 13
  • Iron and Steel Industry, Socialism and, 219
  • Lack of Skilled Labour, 389
  • Lloyd's Register and Fusion Welding, 11:.
  • Locomotive Axles, Failures of, 287
  • Locomotive Service, 363
  • Locomotive Testing Station Again, 337
  • Machine Tool and Workshop Economy, 621
  • Machine Tool Exhibition at Olympia, 543
  • Melbourne Air Race, 415
  • Old and Now Physics, 237
  • Old Dog, The, 595
  • "Queen Mary," The, 337
  • Railway Accidents, 180, 337
  • Railway Level Crossings, 569, 645
  • Repairs in tho Running Shod, 461
  • Road Accident Statistics, 91
  • Science and the Universities, 261
  • Ship Stabilisation by Activated Tanks, 163
  • Ships, Air Resistance of, 415
  • Skilled Labour, Shortage of, 163
  • Standardised Symbols, 139
  • Steel Reorganisation Progress, 645
  • Steel Trade, Trades Union Council and, 287
  • Steel Trade and the Cartel, 389
  • Steel Trade's Future, 139
  • Steel Trade's New Loader, 515
  • Trades Union Council and Steel Trade, 287
  • University Degrees in Engineering, 437
  • Vibration of Steam Turbines, 213
  • Water, Repurification of, 180
  • Welding, Lloyd's Register and Fusion, 115
  • What and Whither 437
  • LEAKS in Steam Mains, Sealing, (235)
  • Length, Light Wave as Unit of, 72, (113)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • An Apprentices' Exhibition, S. B. Fletcher, 210
  • Cables for the " 534," Samuel Taylor and Sons (Briorloy Hill), Ltd., 289
  • Gas for Internal Combustion Locomotives, W. P. Durtnall, 309; K. W. Winans, 339 :J. F. N. Craig, 355; G. V. 0. Bulkolly, 616
  • Geared-up Steam Locomotives for High Speeds. S. P. Christie. 591
  • Grid Breakdowns, H. H. Broughton, 116
  • High-rupturing Capae t y Fuses, George Ellison, Ltd.. 618; A. M. Pooley, English Electric Company. Ltd., 618
  • International Steam Tables Conference, E. B. Wedmore, 289
  • Inventions and Economic Recovery, C. 'I'. Alfred Hanssen, 355; Charles Lamb, 412
  • Lack of Skilled Labour, " Drysand," 412: T. Warren. 412
  • Locomotive Pooling, R. C. Case. 88; P. A. Hyde, 117; J. G. B. Sams, 146; E. F. Smith, 186; M. P. Sells, 339
  • London and Birmingham "Searcher," 592

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :

  • Machine for Burning Grass on Railway Embankments, Information Wanted, 339
  • Museum of Transport, H. W. Dickinson, 185
  • Noise, B. C. Churcher and A. G. King, 309
  • Power : Tho Willing Servant, G. Eland Stewart, 289
  • Problems of Noise, A. C. Hutchinson, 263
  • Steam or Oil Engine, " Cappadocia," 617
  • Surface Condenser, W. A. Dexter, 493
  • Tank Tests and the Delivery of Now Ships, G. S. Baker, 545
  • Theory and Practice, W. Peru3t one, 617
  • Tonnage of s.s. " Normandie," C. C. T., Ltd., G. C. Rhodes, 117
  • University Degrees in Engineering, A. Dixon, 458; A. H. Gibson. 458; First-class Honours, B.Sc. (Engineering), London. 492; S. C. Blacktin, 492; " One of those Despised Evening Students." 545; A. H. R., 545; F. H., 575; " Five Engineering Graduates," 591; Jas. E. Docherty, 617
  • Waterloo Bridge, North Approach, E. Moe& 637
  • LIBRARY Quarterly," Vol. IV, No. 3, (137)
  • Lifeboat Service, Heavy Oil Engines. 557
  • Lighthouse with Beam of Ten Million Candle power, Westsehouwen, (361)
  • Lighting of Factories, Artificial, (259)
  • Lightning Arresters. General Electric Company, Ltd., 625
  • lightning Protection on Large Power Transformers, (285)
  • Liquids, Flow of, The Venturi Flume, Dr. F. V. A. E. Engel, 104 131
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd.. Annual Smithfield Dinner Report, (632)

LITERATURE
Reviews :

  • Acoustics, Modern. Dr. A. H. Davis. 66
  • Aeronautics, Handbook of, Vols. I and H, 338
  • Aircraft Construction, .Materials of, F. T. Hill, 140
  • Civil Engineering, Early Years of Modern, B. S. Kirby and P. G. ',Burson, 338
  • Civil Engineering Handbook, Edited by L. C. Urquhart, 165
  • Docks, Wharves, and Piers, F. M. Du-Plat Taylor, 116 •
  • Dust, S. Cyril Blacktin, 416
  • Electrical Machinery, Design of. Dr H. Cotton, 140
  • Engineering Drawings, Specifications and Quantities, J. M. Rodgers. 116
  • Engineering Radiography, V. E. Pullin, 116
  • Fifty Years of Work and Play. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Crittall. 391
  • Gas Engineers' Handbook, 164
  • Hardness of Metals and its Measurement, Dr. Hugh O'Neill, 165
  • Higher Control, T. G. Ross, 190
  • Hydraulics, Applied. Herbert Addison. 338
  • Industrial Furnaces, Vol. I, W. Trinks. 484
  • Inland Transport, Hundred Years of, C. E. It. Sherrington, 66
  • Memoirs of a Scientific Life, Sir Ambrose Fleming, 572
  • Motor Fuel Preparation and Application, Vol. I, Principles of, A. W. Nash and D. A. Howes. 646
  • Ocean Waves and Kindred Geographical Phenomena, Vaughan Cornish. 416
  • Portland Cement, A. C. Davis, 165
  • Railways and Roads in Pioneer Development Overseas : A Study of their Comparative Economics, 572
  • Road Making and Administration. P. E. Spiehnann and E. J. Elford, 92
  • Scientific Papers rind Addresses of the Hon. Sir Charles Parsons. with Memoir by Lord Rayleigh. Edited by Hon. G. L. Parsons, 623

Short Notices :

  • Aircraft After Overhaul (" B " Licence ) Inspection of, S. J. Norton, 117
  • Aircraft (" A " Licence), Rigging. Maintenance and Inspection of, W. .7. C. Speller, 116
  • Alternating Currents, Leo. T. Agger, 117
  • Central Heating and Hot Water Supply. J. W. Cowan, 484
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Suction Dredgers, E. IV. Sergeant. 339
  • Concrete Roads, Design and Construction of, R. A. B. Smith, 572
  • Die Castings. Herbert Chase, 572
  • Electrical Engineering Design Class Manual, S. Parker Smith and M. G. Say, 416
  • Engine Indicator : Its Design, Theory and Special Applications, K. J. Dejuhasz, 263
  • Ford Models, V 8, B and A Cars, V. IV. Page, 646
  • Highway Engineering : A Textbook for Students of Civil Engineering, J. H. Bateman, 572
  • Hydrology and Ground Water, J. M. Lacey. 117
  • Institute of Metals, Journal of, Vol. LIII Metallurgical Abstracts and Index, Vol. LIV, Proceedings, 416
  • Manual for Design of Piping for Flexibility by Use of Graphs, E. A. Wert, S. Smith and E. T. Cope, 66
  • Mine Cooling by Devapourised Compressed Air. S. E. T. Ewing and A. 11. Egan, 190
  • Motor Ship Auxiliary Machinery, Vol. I. Operation of, John Lamb. 339
  • Neon, S. Gould. 646
  • Power Factor Booklet, R. Amberion, 416
  • Radio Communications, Part I, History and Development. IV. T. O'Dea, 416
  • Seamless Tubes, Manufacture of. G. Evans, 66
  • Surveying for the Drawing-office, L. C. Stanley, 484
  • Swimming Bath Water Purification, F. Wilkinson and F. J. Forty, 190
  • Ventilation, E. L. Josolin, 117
  • Water Supply Engineering. Elements of, E. L. Waterman, 646
  • Weather Report. Weekly, 484
  • Welders, Handbook for Electric. 484

LITERATURE (continued): Books of Reference :

  • Kelly's Directory of Engineering, Hardware Metal and Motor Trades, 1934, 494

Books Received :

  • Aeronautical Engineering, An Introduction to, Part HI, J. D. Haddon, 263
  • Aeronautical Engineering, Vol. II, Structures, J. D. Holden, 14
  • Aircraft Construction, Materials of. F. T. Hill, 92
  • Aircraft, Electrical and Wireless Equipment of, S. G. Wybrow, 14
  • Aircraft, Rigging Maintenance and Inspection of, W. J. C. Speller, 14
  • Aircraft for 1933 Schneider Trophy Contest Collected Reports on British High-speed. 489
  • Air Licences, T. S. Sprigg, 117
  • Air Ministry Meteorological Office Weeldy Weather Report, February 26th, 1933, in March 3rd, 1934, 391
  • A.C. Systems, Voltage Regulation on, .1. L. Rowbotham and T. F. Alt ham, 117
  • Allgemeino Metallkunde, Dr. Ing. E. Powowarsky, 339
  • Alto Problems-Noun Liisung in den Exaktcn Wissonschaften, 572
  • Alternating-Current Wave Forms, Theory of, P. Kemp, 545
  • Arsenical and Argontiferous Copper, J. L. Gregg, 239
  • Atom, Mysteries of the, H. A. Wilson, 263
  • Automobile Association Handbook, 1933-34. 391
  • Basic Units in Mechanical Drawing, Book 2, R. P. Hoelscher and A. 13. Mays, 239
  • Bergtechnisches Taschenworterbucli, Vol. I. Englisch-Doutsch, Professor W. Schultz, Professor Dr. H. Louis, and Borgassessor Goethe, 572
  • Bituminous Mixtures, Testing of, D. C. Broome and R. D. Childs, 512
  • Bricks and Brickwork Masonry, Mechanical Properties of, IV. H. Glanville and P. W. Barnett., 117
  • British Commerce and Industry, Vol. I, The Post-War Transition, 1919-1934, 489
  • British Rainfall, 1933, 646
  • British Wood Preserving Association, Journal of, Vol. IV, 416
  • Building Societies' Year Book, 1934, G. E. Franey, 117
  • Callondar Steam Tables, Fahrenheit Units, Abridged, Revised by G. S. Callendar, 339
  • Camera, Kingdom of the, T. T. Baker, 646
  • Civil Engineering Handbook, L. C. Urquhart, 92
  • Commercial Engineering, James Bacon, 92
  • Company Law, Principles of. A. F. Topham and A. M. R. Topham, 117
  • Concrete Roads. Design and Construction of, R. A. B. Smith, 117
  • Connecting-rods for High-speed Internal Combustion Engines, Design of. IV. Cowburn Durnoy, 339
  • Consular Directory and Imperial Trade Record, 1934, 489
  • Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1931 Directory of, C. W. Biggar, 117
  • Die Castings, H. Chase. 545
  • Die Statik in Eisonbotonbau, Part. 2. K. Beyer, 263
  • Diffraction of X-rays and Electrons by Amorphous Solids, Liquids, and Gases, J. T. Randall. 117
  • Dust, C. S. Blacktin, 263
  • Ein Bortrag zit r Entwicklung dor Kompressorlosen Dieselmotoren, Dipl. Ing. P. L'Orange. 572
  • Electric Power Metering. A. E. Knowlton. 646
  • Electrical Engineering Design Class Manual, Dr. S. Parker Smith and Dr. M. G. Say, 339
  • Electrical Machinery, Design of, H. Cotton, 92
  • Electronic Structure and Properties of Matter, C M. Douglas Clark, 92
  • Engineering Drafting, IV. G. Smith, 92
  • Engineering Drawing, First Year of, A. C. Parkinson, 489
  • Engineering Science. Second Year, Mechanical, G. W. Bird, 545
  • Engineering Surveys, H. Ruboy, 263
  • Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Engineering, Problems in. C. W. Berry, C. L. Svenson. and H. Carlton Moore, 545
  • Everyday Science, Book 3, H. E. Bean, 316
  • Fencing and Other Safety Precautions for Power Presses, 646
  • Ferranti. Life and Letters of S. Z. de. Gertrude Ziani de Ferranti and It. Ince, 572
  • Fifty Years of Work and Play, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Crittall. 316
  • Five-place Table of Natural Trigonometrical Functions to Hundredths of a Degree, Compiled by Amelia Do Lelia, 339
  • Ford Models. V8, B and A Cars, V. IV. Page. 489
  • Furnaces, Industrial, Vol. I, W. Trinks, 339
  • Gas Engineers' Handbook. 92
  • Government and Technology, W. S. Beard, 263
  • Gran Bretons, 1934-35, Arrunario do la, 117
  • Higher Control, T. G. Rose. 92
  • Highway Engineering, J. H. Bateman, 117
  • Hotel Guide, 1934-35, Handy, 92
  • Hydraulics, E. W. Schoder and F. M. Dawson, 512
  • Internal Combustion Engine, Vol. IL The Aero Engine, I). R. Pye, 572
  • Jute Manufacture, Century's Progress in, T. Woodhouse and A. Brand, 92
  • Kelly's Directory of the Engineering, Hardware, Metal, and Motor Trades, 1934. 391
  • Kinetics of Machines, G. L. Guillet, 117
  • Lancashire Coalfield : Analysis of Commercial Grades of Coal, Part I. 316
  • Lighting Calculations. H. H. Higby, 545
  • Locomotive Engineers' Pocket Book. 1934, 239
  • Logarithms. Numerical and Graphical, N. R. Corko, 239
  • Machine Design, L. J. Bradford and P. B. Eaton, 92

LITERATURE (continual):
Books Received (continual):

  • Machine Drawing, E. F. Tozer and H. A. Rising, 92
  • Machine Elements. Design of, V. M. Faires, 263
  • Mathematics, Advanced Practical, W. L. Cowley, 391
  • Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists, Higher. I. S. and E. S. Sokolnikoff, 66
  • Mathematical Tables, H. C. Ives, 117
  • Measures and Weights, Sir Flinders Petrie, 391
  • Mechanical Engineering, Text-book of. 1934, 512
  • Mechanical Farming, Notes on Technique. J. E. Newman, 391
  • Mechanics and Applied Heat with Electrotechnics, S. H. Moorfield and H. H. Winstanley, 339
  • Mechanics, Text-book for Engineering Students, F. Gardner, 92
  • Mechanism. Principles of, C. E. Pearce, 545
  • Merchant Ship Types, A. C. Hardy. 263
  • Mineral Resources of the United States, Part I, Metals, 0. E. Kressling, 339
  • Mineral Resources of the United States. 1931, Part II, Non-metals, 239
  • Minerals Year Book, 1934, U.S.A., 646
  • Motor Fuel Preparation and Application, Vol. I. Principles of, A. W. Nash and D. A. Howes, 489
  • Motor Ship Auxiliary Machinery. Operation of, J. Lamb, 66
  • National Plans, Brigadier H. St. .1. L. Winterbotham, 239
  • Neon, S. Gold, 489
  • Numerical Studies in Differential Equations Vol. I, H. Levy and E. A. Baggott, 416
  • Percussion Drilling Rigs and Tools for Shallow-water Wells, W. M. Jennings, 512
  • Piping, Manual for Design of Piping for Flexibility by Use of Graphs, E. H. Wert, S. Smith, and E. T. Cope, 14
  • Power Factor Booklet, R. Amberton, 263
  • Power Plant Testing, J. A. Meyer, 117
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary for 1935. E.G. Bock, 646
  • Practical Forms in Exposition, H. C. Richardson, L. N. Beckland, L. 0. Guthrie, and C. J. Hags, 263
  • Radio Communication, Part I, History and Development, W. T. O'Dea, 416
  • Railways and Roads in Pioneer Development Overseas, A Study of their Comparative Economics, J. E. Holstrom, 117
  • River Tvne Official Handbook, 1934, 416
  • Road-making and Administration, P. E. Spielman and E. J. Elford, 14
  • Science Museum, Technical Pamphlet, No. 2, Automatic Telephone, W. T. O'Dea, 391
  • Scientific Life, Memories of a. Sir Ambrose Fleming, 489
  • Speed, Bataford's Book of, 489
  • Spirit of Chemistry, A. Findlay, 512
  • Steel, Key Words to Metallurgy of, U. A. de Belin and E. E. G. Bradbury, 117
  • Submarine Cable. Captain S. A. Garnhatn and R. L. Hadfield, 512
  • Surveying, Advanced, A. H. Jameson. 646
  • Surveying, Principles and Practice of, Vol. II, Higher Surveying, C. B. Breed and G. L. Hosmer, 416
  • Swimming Bath Water Purification, F. Wilkinson and F. J. Forty, 92
  • Technikgeschichte, Beitrage zur Geschichtc der Technique und Industrie, Vol. 23, 1934, Dr. Conrad Matchoss, 391
  • Torsional Vibration, W. A. Tuplin, 512
  • Trade Marks, Law and Practice relating to, 66
  • Traffic Driving Technique, 0. Stewart, 316
  • Unfallschutz an Pressen und Stanzen, Dr. Ing. F. Brauer, 263
  • Vibrations, Mechanical, J. P. Den Hartog, 339
  • Vibrations in Railway Bridges, Mathematical Treatise on, Professor C. E. Inglis, 66
  • Water, Flow of, G. Bransby Williams, 489
  • Water Power Engineering, H. K. Barrows, 512
  • Water Supply Engineering, Elements of, E. L. Waterman, 572
  • Web of Thought and Action, H. Levy, 416
  •  %Vilest, Bulk Handling of. L. Lloyd Mercer. 646
  • Workmen's Compensation Acts. 1925 to 1931, W. Addington Willis. 66
  • World and the Engineer. Modern, 512
  • Zerspanung und Werkstoff. Dr.-Ing. E. Brodnor, 512
  • LLOYD'S List, Commemorative Brochure for Bicentenary. 548
  • Locusts, Destruction by Aeroplane of, (243)
  • Locusts, Third International Conference Report. 249
  • London Chamber of Commerce. Elections at Council Meeting. (63)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Aakern (593) :Plant Opened, 633
  • Lubricants, Testing Machine for Film Strength of, British Timken, Ltd., 386
  • Lubricating Oil Used on Locomotives. Statistics from Railway Res lints, (593)
  • Lubrication for Rolling Mill Work. Improved, (137)
  • Lubricator. Mechanical, Dana Brown and Sons (Hudd.), Lid., 575

M

  • MACHINE Building Plant in U.S.S.R.. (435)
  • Machine Motions, Measuring the Uniformity of, H. E. Merritt, 63R

MACHINE TOOLS :

  • Machine Tools from the Works Manager's Point of View. John Holloway. 544, 573. 586, 613; (Leading Article, 621)
  • Value of Machine Tools in U.S.A., (161)
  • Drills Machining Cast Iron, Durability of Twist, G. Varloy, 160
  • Facing and Boring Machine, Triple-head, George Richards and Co., Ltd., 219

MACHINE TOOLS (continued) :

  • Grinding Machine Demonstration at Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 19
  • Lathe, Heavy Duty Combination Turret, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 188, 193
  • Lathe, Tramway Wheel and Axle, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 436, 444
  • Milling Machines, Vertical and Horizontal Plane, Kendall and Gent (19?.01, Ltd., 43

FIFTH MACHINE TOOL AND ENGINEERING EXHIBITION AT OLYMPIA. (See Special Index, page xii).

  • MACHINERY, Preserving Bright Steel Part from Rust, N. P.L. Tests, (413)
  • Machinery Imported by Canada, (361)
  • Machinery Imports into Groat Britain, 109
  • Machinery Industry, German, 434
  • Machinery Orders for U.S.S.R., (541)
  • Machinery Production Quota in Skoda Cesko-Morayska Concerns, (593)
  • Magnetic Research, Quality of Steel and, T. F. Wall, 564
  • Manufacture of Steel Balls, Early Methods in C. Watts, 634

MAPS :

  • Cherbourg Harbour Works. 128, 180
  • Dotsoro and Denver Railway, Profile of Line between, 344
  • Fish Dock at Grimsby, 559
  • Fulham Power Station Site, 596
  • Galloway Water Power Scheme, Catchment Area. 367
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Tunnel Development. 2, 3
  • Highway from United States to Panama, Proposed, 244
  • Mersey District Showing Density of Population, 26
  • Mersey Tunnel, General Plan and Longitudinal Sections. 29
  • Mottur Dam and Reservoir, 203
  • Middle Level Drainage Systems, :303
  • Nopoan Dam and Spillway Weir, 240
  • Rail Connections between Denver and Salt Lake City, 344
  • Route of Nanking-Pukow Train Ferry, 255
  • Waterloo Bridge, North Approach, 637
  • Winwick Junction, Lines and Signals at, 343
  • MARKETS, Notes and News—Weekly Mather and Platt, Ltd., Works Education Scheme, Annual Prize Distribution, (126)
  • Meggener Pyrites, Zinc, and Iron Recovery from Burnt, (187) 3!
  • Mercury Ore Concentration Plant at Nitikowka, Russia, (619)
  • Mercury Production in Russia, (35)
  • Metal Orders for U.S.S.R., (541)
  • Metal Production and Consumption, World's, 165
  • Metal Strip from Molten Steel, Rolling, (113)
  • Metals, Radiograhy for Detection of Small Flaws in, A. C. Warren, (643)
  • Metals, Research on Eloctro-deposition of, 529
  • Metals and Metallic Coatings, Outdoor Weathering of, (593)
  • Metals and their Alloys, Service Characteristics of the Light, (409)
  • Meteorological Observation Stations in Antarctic, (259)
  • Metro-Vick Apprentices, Speech Day, (402)
  • Milk Transport in Tank Wagons, House of Lords Riding. (11)
  • Mineral Compound Discovered in Rhodesia, (387)
  • Mining Engineers in Rhodesia, Training Youths for, (387)
  • Mining Industry in South Africa, (335)
  • Mineral Production in Canada, (311)
  • Mineral Production of Canada, (259)
  • Mining Tools, Non-sparking, (619)
  • Mirror for World's Largest Telescope, Second 20-Ton, (567)
  • Mitchell, J. C., Retirement of, 609
  • Models in Engineering Studios, 210
  • Monel Metal in the Bush, (435)
  • Mortars, Testing of, (89)

MOTOR AND OTHER VEHICLES :

  • MOTOR SHOW AT OLYMPIA. 364, 392, 407, 44
  • Exhibitors :
  • Ailsa Craig, Ltd., Eight-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine, 440
  • Austin Motor Company. Ltd., 7-13 b.h.p. Petrol Engine, 441; Correction, 21 b.h.p., not 7-13 b.h.p. Petrol Engine, (470)
  • Beardmore Diesels, Ltd., 85 b.h.p. Six-cylinder Marino Oil Engine, 408, 409
  • Birmal Boats, Birmal-Perkins 20-40 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 440
  • British Oxygen Company, Ltd., " Aida Welding Blow-pipe, 366
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Magneto with Automatic Timing Governor, 365
  • Brooke Marino Construction Company, Ltd., " Nusix " 15-:30 h.p. Marine Petrol Engine. 440
  • Brown, David, and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Improved Surchargor, 365
  • Citroen, 12 392
  • Crossley Motors, Ltd., 10 h.p. Four-cylinder "Regis " Sports Saloons, 366
  • Daimler-Lanchester-B.S.A. 12 h.p. Six -cylinder engine, 365
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 240 b.h.p. Twelve-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 407
  • Hyland, Ltd.. 25-40 b.h.p. ,Marine tail Engine, 441
  • Lanchester Car. 18 h.p. Six-cylinder, 36.—,
  • Lucas, Joseph, Ltd., Automatic Method of Chassis Lubrication, 392
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., Four-cylinder 8 h.p. Cars to Oxford 20 h.p. Car, 365
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., 5-10 h.p. Paraffin Petrol Engine, 441
  • Masonite, Ltd.. "Presdwood Grainless Wood, 441
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 80 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Marine Oil Engine. 408, 409

MOTOR AND OTHER VEHICLES (continued):

  • MOTOR SHOW AT OLYMPIA (continued):
  • Exhibitors (continued):
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners. Ltd., 96 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 441
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd.. 40-75 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 440
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Warren's Synchrouiser, 393
  • Rover, 10, 12, and 14 h.p. Cars, 393
  • Russell, Nowbery and Co., 36-40 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 440
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 36 b.h.p. Four-cylinder J.R.M. Marine Oil Engine, 409
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 70 b.h.p. Four-cylinder Marine Oil Engines, 408, 409
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Twin-screw Auxiliary Cruiser, 441
  • Thornycroft, John l., and Co., Ltd., 18 b.h.p. Oil Engine, 441
  • Tangyes Ltd., 72 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engine, 407
  • Victor Oil Engines (Coventry), Ltd., "Cub " Opposed-piston Heavy Oil Engine, 407
  • Wolseley 12.6 Hornet Car, 393
  • Automobiles in United States and Canada, Production of, (435)
  • Germany's Export Trade, Passenger and Commercial Cars, 546
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., Reorganisation of Cowley Works of, (11)
  • Motor Car Headlights, Experiments at N.P.L. Under Fog Conditions for, (541)
  • Motor Car Manufacture in West of Scotland Proposed, (541)
  • Motor Car Show at Paris, 368
  • Motor Cars for Now Zealand, 449
  • Motor Industry of Great Britain, Survey of, (89)
  • Motor Coaches for Long-distance Service, Powerful German, (361)
  • Motor Cycle Production, (211)
  • Motor Licences for Nine Months, (387)
  • Motor Racing Track on Sussex Downs. (187)
  • Motor Tax Account, Annual Report of Road Fund, (550)
  • Noise from Motor Vehicles, 201
  • Omnibuses, Oil-en nod, 609
  • Steam Road Vehicles, 583
  • Vehicle, Modem Electric, Colonel C. Ozanne, 566
  • MUNICIPAL Engineering Sixtieth Birthday Celebration Number, (470)
  • Museum, Royal Scottish, Mr. T. Rowatt Appointed Director, (528)

N

  • NICKEL-BERYLLIUM Alloy, (513)
  • Nickel Deposits in U.S.S.R., (541)
  • Nitrogen in Metallic Arc Weld Metal, Study of. (311)
  • Noise, A. H. Davis, 166, 181
  • Noise and Vibration from Pumps to Transformers, Prevention of, (285)
  • Normand, Chantiers et Ateliers Augustin, Two Centuries Old, Commemorative Brochure, (541)

O
OBITUARY

  • Aid, Su. John, (435)
  • Allen, Sir Frederick Charles, 325
  • Bonn, H. P., (541)
  • Bidder, Lieut.-Colonel M. McC., 201
  • Bland, Fred, (113)
  • Brodie„ J. A.. 501
  • Burstall, Professor F. W. (Portrait), 57
  • Butterworth, Joseph, 325
  • Carmichael, Sir James, 151
  • Cheesewright, Colonel F. W., 377
  • Clinton, Professor W. C., 201
  • Coey, Robert, (235)
  • Collett, Squadron-Leader S. B., 1
  • Curchin. H. W., 351
  • Dalrymple. James, (11)
  • Devonport, Lord, 249
  • Fairley, William, 143
  • Fletcher. James A., (426)
  • Francis, Joseph, 275
  • Glauert, Hermann, 127
  • Gray, James Gordon, 489
  • Gray, Walter Gibb, 1
  • Hartness, J. A., (339)
  • Rayne. W. Crosier, (621)
  • Henzell, C. G., (187)
  • Highet, Sir Robert, (485)
  • Hyde, Sir Clarendon. (11)
  • Jennings. F. W., (189)
  • Lacy-Hulbert, C. E., (595)
  • Linde, Karl von, (513)
  • Lister, Austin Ashton, 449
  • MacGuckin, C. J. G., 177
  • McAlpine, Sir Robert, 449
  • McLellan, Colonel William, 609
  • Mould, John T., (270)
  • Perks, Sir Robert, (567)
  • Petersen, Theodor, 455
  • Place, John, (645)
  • Rice, Dr. Calvin Windsor (Portrait), 364
  • Sandberg, Nils, P. P.. (485)
  • Saniter, E. H., 449
  • Skelton, H. J. (Portrait), 92
  • Sprague. F. J.. 427
  • Sulzer, Dr. Carl, 575
  • Szlumper, Alfred Weeks (Portrait), 489
  • Taylor, Edward Garfield, (320)
  • Wilton, J. Henry, (137)
  • OBSERVATORY near Pretoria, (39)
  • Occupation Crossings, Statistics, (619)
  • Oil Bunkering Installation at Sunderland, (89)
  • Oil Discovered at Perm. U.S.S.R.. (187)
  • Oil Exploration, Professor Sokoloff's Method of, (89)
  • Oil from Empire Minerals, 609
  • Oil from Iraq Line, First, (387)
  • Oil Refinery, Ellesmere Port, 427
  • Oil Refinery at East Halton on Humber Estuary, (311)
  • Oil Search in Tilgate Forest, Sussex, (387)
  • Oil-testing Apparatus. Asea Company, (541)
  • Oil Well of Record Depth in California, (63)
  • Oil Wells, English, (335)
  • Oiling Sheet Metal, Portable Machine for, (413)
  • Oils, Apparatus for Rapid Viscosity Determination of. (211)
  • Oils, Revenue on Heavy, (593)
  • Oils for Engine Lubrication, Deterioration of. (361)
  • Oxygen and Hydrogen, Production of Cheap, (513)
  • Overseas Trade for July, (211)

P

  • PAINT. Fire-resisting, (335)
  • Paint, Red Lead, (196)
  • Paints, Testing of Red Lead, (259)
  • Palestine and Trade Marks, (541)
  • Pantograph Copying Machine, Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd, 120.
  • Paper, Currier Instrument and Sizing of, (413)
  • Paper Mill at Brampton, Chesterfield, (567)
  • Paper Tube-making Machine, Perkin and Co.,Ltd., 144
  • " Parabernol," Liquid Substance from Waste and Scrap Amber, (619)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH:

  • Aeronautics, 23, 49. 473, 555
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 175, 299, 527
  • Building, 274, 527, 582
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 49, 101, 447
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 200, 223, 247
  • Dynamos and Motors, 23, 49. 77, 101, 149, 175, 199, 323, 375, 401, 425. 447, 499, 581
  • Electrical Appliances, 247, 273, 447, 499
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 77, 101, 149. 223, 247, 323, 401. 425, 555, 655
  • Engines, Steam, 223
  • Furnaces, 23, 77, 200, 273, 299, 349, 581
  • Lighting and Heating, 50, 101, 125, 150, 176, 223, 248, 273, 349, 447, 631
  • Locomotives, 102, 299
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 125, 150, 176, 247, 300, 447, 473, 581, 631, 055
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 23, 77, 102. 125, 176, 200, 223, 273, 473, 555, 581, 007
  • Metallurgy, 126, 150, 223, 248, 274, 402
  • Mining Machinery, 176, 631
  • Miscellaneous, 24, 50, 78. 102, 126, 150, 176, 200, 224, 248, 274, 300, 324, 350, 376, 402, 426, 448, 473, 500, 528, 556, 582, 607, 632, 656
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 125. 491)
  • Ordnance and Armour, 23, 224, 375
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 149, 349. 401, 425, 556, 607, 655
  • Steam Generators, 299, 349, 473, 607
  • Switchgear, 199, 375, 473, 527, 631, 655
  • Telegraphs and Telephones. 175, 555
  • Tramways and Railways, 323, 375
  • Transformers and Converters, 175, 199, 273. 323. 581, 607. 631
  • Transmission of Power, 49, 101, 125, 21W, 299, 375, 527, 555, 607
  • Turbine Machinery, 473, 499, 527
  • Welding, 349. 401
  • PEAT Resources in Irish Free State, (63)
  • Pedestrian Crossings, (311), (335), (485)
  • Pencils, Tradition, J. S. Staedtler, Ltd., (422)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 78, 102, 122. 172, 196, 244, 296, 320, 346. 372, 398, 422, 444, 470, 528, 552. 582, 604, 628, 652
  • Petrol from Coal in France, (485)
  • Petroleum, Total Annual Consumtion of, (259)
  • Photo-electric Cell and Chemical Industry, J. A. Walter, (567)
  • Pipe Line, Opening of Irak, (643)
  • Pioneer Work, by British Engineers, (652)
  • Ploughing Windlass, Oil-engtned Driven Cable, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 60
  • Polarised Light as Applied to Welding Products, E. W. P. Smith, (541)
  • Portland Cement Briquettes Immersed in Light and Dark Molasses, Tests on, (161)
  • Principles, First, Dr. IV. M. Thornton, 464
  • Propeller for Cunarder, (63)
  • Propellers, Backing of, J. F. C. Cook. 168
  • Public Works in U.S.A., (593)
  • Public Works Programme in Canada, (187
  • Pulverised Fuel Firing of Furnaces, (361)

PUMPS :

  • Centrifugal Pumping Set, Petrol Engine Driven, Petters, Ltd., 7 1)omonstration Pumping Equipment at Ipswich, James Beresford and Son, Ltd., 95
  • Horizontal Double-acting Belt-driven Pump, Petrol Engine, Petters, Ltd., 7
  • Pump, " Silks," Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 550
  • Pumps at Middle Level Drainage, Gwyn's, Ltd., 302, 303, 312
  • Rotary Pump, New Type of, Plenty and Son, Ltd., 284

Q

  • QUARRIES, Output of British, 219

R

  • RADIOGRAPHIC Examination of Rivets, V. E. Pullin, 429 (Two-page Supplement, November 2nd, 1934)
  • Radiography, Detection of Small Flaws in Metals, A. C. Warren, (643)
  • Radium-bearing Pitch-blonde Discovered in Brazil, (336)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) :
Accidents :

  • Accident at Gare de l'Est, Runaway Locomotive Causes, (259)
  • Accident at Plessington, Express Hits Motor Tractor, (113)
  • Accident Inquiries, Ministry of Transport. (211)
  • Accidents and Couplings, Colonel Mount's Report, ( 137), (235)
  • Accidents on Indian Railways during 1932-33, (63)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries, (387)
  • Avignon Station Disaster, 151
  • Aylesbury Disaster Recalled, (643)
  • Bronwydd Arms-Conwil Fatal Aceident,
  • Lieut. -Colonel Woodhouso's Report, (541)
  • Brundall Accident of 1874 Recalled, (387) (sherford Accident Recalled, (619)
  • Collision Between Formby and Freslifield, Fatal, (643)
  • Doncaster South Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Woodhouse's Report, (89)
  • Dove Holes Tunnel Fatality, Mr. J. L. M. Moore's Report, (567)
  • Glasgow Railway Disaster, 249, (285), (313). (327)
  • Haymarket Station, Edinburgh, 1924, (89)
  • Haywards Heath Collision, (485)
  • Kilburn Collision, Colonel Trench's Report. (113)
  • Level Crossing Accidents, (268)
  • Level Crossing Accidents in South Africa. (187)
  • Locomotive Fire Tube Failure, Mr. Scott Main's Report, 422
  • Lytham Disaster Due to Broken Tire, Ten Years Ago, (435)
  • "Movement. " Accidents, Statistics, (413)
  • Passenger Killed by Open Door. (161)
  • Platelayers Lose their Lives at Swindon. Three, (513)
  • Poppleton Junction (York) Collision, (137)
  • Railway Accidents, 337
  • Railway Accidents. Colonel Mount's Report, 51, 189
  • Railway Accidents, Annual Report. 1933. (311); Statistics, (387)
  • Railway Accidents Recalled, (593)
  • Safety on Railways, (575)
  • St. Lazare Terminus Collision, 23
  • Shunting Delay at Wimbledon Sidings, (187)
  • Sudbury Derailment, 1909, (35)
  • Tarikero Accident on Mysore Railways, Indian Railway Board's Report, (187)
  • Tay Bridge Disaster, 1879, Recalled, (643)
  • "The Dead Man's Handle " Operates on Neasden-Baker-street Train, (161)
  • Tow-ropes, Accidents on Railways by Use of, (259)
  • Wormley Accident, Verdict of " Accidental Death " on Victims, (593)
  • Wormley Level Crossing Accident. (:541)
  • Colonel Trench's Inquiry, (567), (619)
  • Winnick Junction Collision, 325, 343
  • Colonel Trench's Inquiry, (361)
  • American Railway Route, New, Moffatt Tunnel, 344
  • Clogher Valley Railway, Sir Felix Pole Suggests Closing of, (593)
  • Colour Signals on Holland's Railways, (187)
  • Cranford and High Peak Railway, History of, (513)
  • Dublin and Kingstown Railway Centenary, (567)
  • Firth and Clyde Junction Railway, Closing the, (413)
  • Freight Traffic, Railway Returns Statistics, (643)
  • French Railways, Number of Employees, (63)
  • Galway to Clifton Railway Closed, (63)
  • Gas Lighting on Railways, Julius Pintscles System of, (63)
  • Indian Railway Board, Report, 1933, (63)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway and the Midland Railway. (35)
  • Level Crossing Gates, C. H. Lea's Patents for Operating, (361)
  • Mallaig Extension, State-aided, (335)
  • Manchester Central Station, All-electric Power-signalling Plant at, (211), (285)
  • Manchester Ship Canal Company as Railway Company, Staff Changes, (161)
  • Melbourne Railway Station, Traffic at, (413)
  • Platelayers' Trolleys, Motor-operated, (361)
  • Rail and Road Traffic in Ireland, (89)
  • Railcar, Streamlined, Chemin de Fer du Nord, 220
  • Railcars for South Africa, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 62
  • Railroad Transport, High-speed, (567)
  • Rail Welding in Hot Weather, Tests in, (435)
  • Rails, Method of Securing Rails to Sleepers, (567)
  • Railway and Canals Traffic Act and Late Earl Buxton, (413)
  • Railway Bills in Parliament, Next Session, (593)
  • Railway Companies and Licences for Commercial Vehicles, (235)
  • Railway Level Crossings, 645
  • Railway-owned Wagons, Railway Returns Statistics, (459)
  • Railway Material Exported Overseas, (113)
  • Railwaymen's Pay, 151
  • Railway Rates Tribunal Report, (11)
  • Railway Returns, 1933, (161), (211), (361);
  • Passenger Receipts, (619); Statistics, (259)
  • Railway Route Bet ween Denver and Salt Lake City, 344
  • Railway Self-propelled Compressor Plant, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 19
  • Railway Speed Record, 557
  • Railway Staff and Servants, Statistics, (459 )
  • Railway Statistics for September, 1934, (643)
  • Railways in Manchukuo, Construction by Japanese of 2000 Miles of, (643)
  • Rolling Stock Statistics, (335)
  • Shunting with " One Man " Apparatus, (35)
  • Signalling at New Station, Leeds, (435)
  • Signals on French Railways, Automatic Colour Light, (593)
  • Stanhope and Tyne Railway, Centenary of, (285)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) (continued) :

  • Steel Sleepers in Germany, R. Vogul, (485)
  • Swedish Train Ferry Steamers. (161)
  • Traffic Returns. Increase, (567)
  • Wages Cut, Restoration of, (133). (80), (211)
  • Wages of Railway Shopmen. (301)
  • Wagons, Details of Privately Owned. (387)
  • Wagons for Hull Corporation. 20-Ton Coal, (387)
  • West Highland Railway Opened Forty Years Ago, (137)
  • Williams, Major Charles E., Retirement of. (89)
  • World's Railway's, Train Statistics. (459)

RAILWAYS :
Grouped Railways :

  • Dividend Statements, (113)
  • Pooling of Parcels Receipts of Grouped Railways, (242)
  • Returns for Twenty-sixth Week's Working. (35)
  • Returns for Thirty-three Weeks' WnrL ides (211)
  • Wages Discussions, (136)

Great Western Railway :

  • "Belt " System at Swindon, (187)
  • Box Tunnel and Sun's Rays on April 9th, (113)
  • College Wood Viaduct, Replacement by Arched Structures. (63)
  • Electrically Operated Pumps and Shops, Machinery at Oxford, (235)
  • Faster and Better Winter Train Service, (285)
  • Imports and Exports at South Wales Ports, (285)
  • Staff Changes, (459)
  • Stool Keys, Increased Use of, (11)
  • Stretcher, Parrett's, (121)
  • Temple Meads Station, Bristol. Progress of Rebuilding, (187)

London, Midland and Scottish Railway :

  • Air Services, Two-way, (11)
  • Beams. H. P. M., Retirement of, (335)
  • "Bolt " System at. Crewe, (187)
  • Blackpool Holiday traffic, (335)
  • Caisson for Devonshire Dock, Barrow-in-Furness, Glasgow Firm to Construct, (485)
  • Canals Owned by the Company. 88
  • Cockehute Marshalling Sidings Remodelled, (11)
  • Container Wagons, (435)
  • Cortez Leigh, Colonel F. A.. Retained in Advisory Capacity, (11)
  • Fleetwood Improvements. (643)
  • Harwich Works, Activity at, (485)
  • Level Crossings, Removal of, 474
  • Morecambe Branch Junction, (63)
  • Paddle Steamer for Clyde-Holyloch Service, (137)
  • Post Office Vehicles Built at Wolverton, Five, (235)
  • Programme for 1935, 501
  • Ships Ordered, Two, (35)
  • Snow Ploughs, Twenty-four Engine. ( 413
  • Solway Viaduct, Dismantling of. (101)
  • Staff Appointments, (35)
  • Turntables for Larger Locomotives, Six. (63)

London and North Eastern Railway :

  • Automatic Signals Between Alne and Thirsk Removed for Colour Light Signals, (286)
  • Brick Transport from Peterborough to London. (137)
  • Cockburnspath Bank, Automatic St to, Signal on, (435)
  • Colour Light Signalling, Scheme of, (468)
  • Copper Beech Tree Planted at lallodoit Station in Memory of Lord Grey, (311)
  • Diesel-electric Paddle Steamer for Clyde Services, 427, (435)
  • Dividends. Details of Receipts, (137)
  • Exhibition at York Station, (235)
  • "Flying Scotsman," Winter Working, (311)
  • Grimsby Fish Dock, (311)
  • High-speed Railway Run, King's Cross to Leeds, Leeds to King's Cross, 590, 591
  • Permanent Way Renewals, (541)
  • Permanent Way Replacements, (522)
  • Piston Runs Amok, (435)
  • Replacement of Twenty-six Bridges. (522)
  • "Sentinel " Locomotives for Branch Lines, (187, (211)
  • Signalling Between Northallerton and Alitmouth, (643)
  • Staff Appointments and Changes, (513). (643)
  • Streamlined Railbus, Purchase of, (113)
  • Tablets on Famous Bridges, (85)
  • 'Feats of Locomotive Boiler, 118
  • Tyneside Electrified Areas, Modernising, (89)
  • Wagons Fitted with Vacuum Brakes, (137)
  • Whitomoore Marshalling Yard. area and Economies Effected, (5931
  • Wickford Section to Southend Opened Forty-five Years ago. (335)
  • Wooden versus Steel Sleepers, (235)
  • Woodhead Tunnel, Details of. (459)

Southern Railway :

  • Attilogitilllellt Appeal, (619)
  • Bodmin and Wadebridgo Railway (Centenary), (35)
  • Brake Vans from Electric Motor Vehicles. (161)
  • Sovonoaks Electrification, Progress, (89). (161), (235)
  • Trade at. Southampton Docks, (335)
  • "Twickenham Ferry " Arrives at Dover. (89)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS :

  • High-pressure Locomotive Boilers, 214
  • Locomotive Axles, Failures of. 287
  • Locomotive Exports, Board of Trade Statistics, (435)
  • Locomotive .lack for Chins, 'Tangyes, Ltd., 576

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS (continued):

  • Locomotive of Eighty Years' Age travels to Rio do Janoiro Fair under its own Steam, (186)
  • L.M.S. Locomotive Renewals, (137); 150
  • Locomotives to be Built by Private Firms, (259)
  • Locomotive Statistics for 1933, (311), (435)
  • Locomotive Testing Plant for England, (513)
  • Locomotive Tire Breaks at Earlsfield, (301)
  • Locomotive Turning Gear, Vacuum Power Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 626
  • Locomotive Whistles, Restriction in Use of, (259)
  • Locomotives and Bridges, G. V. Lonionossoff, 282
  • Picking-up Water whoa Double.hoadod Running, Instructions, (335)
  • Railway Returns, Loccmotive Statistics. (435)
  • Steam Locomotive Progress, H. N. Grosloy. 341; (Leading Article, 337)
  • Swam Locomotive Available for Service. (513)
  • G.W.R, Heavy Tank Engines, 2-8-2 Type. 522
  • L.M.S. Locomotive " " Renamed " The South Staffordshire Regiment," (113)
  • " Royal Scot " Winter Working, (311)
  • Locomotive No. 25,001 " Snowdon " Withdrawn from Service, (513)
  • L.M.S. 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Engines, fts, (Note, (190) ), (235)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Locomotive No. 2578, Exhaustive tests of Boiler, 118
  • Locomotive, " Cock o' the North," Dynamometer Tests of L.N.E. Railway, 16
  • Cock o' the North " Sent to Vitry, near Paris, for Testing, (593)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway Locomotive " No. 10,000," Tests on Boiler of, 191
  • Zarlatti Diesel-Pneumatic Locomotive, 380
  • Electric Locomotives for Pennsylvania Railroad, (101)
  • Electric Locomotives for Pennsylvania Railroad, Fifty-seven Streamlined, (513)
  • Electric Locomotives in Russia, (187), (435)
  • Electric Locomotives on Chemins do For d'Orloans. Tests, (311)
  • Kando Phase-convertor Locomotives on Budapest- Hegyeshalom Line. Results, (413)
  • Oil Engine Traction, Progress in, 530
  • Oil Locomotive, 75 la. p. " Hunslet," 241
  • Oil Locomotives for Egypt. Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 467
  • Oil Locomotives for the Air Ministry, R and W. Hawthorn Leslie and Co., Ltd., 061
  • Shunting Locomotive for L.M.S. Railway, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Oil Engine driven, 576
  • Oil•electric Locomotives on Sind Desert, Railway, (35)
  • Oil.electric Traction on South African Railways, (35)
  • Oil-electric Trains in Holland, 226
  • Oil-electric Trains withdrawn from Service on Dutch Railways, (619)

Electrification of Railways:

  • Electric Trains for Passenger Service; Italian State Railways Order Six High-speed, (593)
  • Electrification of Lewisham Loop, (693)
  • Electrification for London Suburban Area, (613)
  • Electrification of L.B. and S.C. Railway. Twenty-five Years Ago, (567)
  • Electrification Mliin Lines Between Durban and Volksrusr, Natal, (89)
  • Manchester Area, Mr. Alan Choriton's Propose's for Electrification in, (412)
  • Tyneside Electrified Railways. 293

London Passenger Transport Board :

  • Appeal by Omnibus Comany, (161)
  • Baker-street to West Ifapmpstead Tube Proposed, (485)
  • Bill for Improvements at Cromwell Curve and Aldgate East, (593)
  • Chancery-lane. Gray's Inn, Station Renamed, (35)
  • Chancery-lane Station, Cost of Rebuilding, (11)
  • Great Northern and City Railway now Northern City Section. (435)
  • Harrow and Rickinanswortla, Quadrupling Railway Lino Between, (567)
  • Ilford's Transport Problems, (U)
  • Inner Circle Completed Fifty Years Ago. (361)
  • Knightsbridge Station Improvements Enable Brompton-road Station to be Closed, (137)
  • Moorgato Station, One I3ooking Hall for. (259)
  • Pits in Stations for Passengers Falling on Line, (259)
  • Queettsbury Station Opened on Metropolitan railway. (019)
  • Rails on Piccadilly Lino, 100 lb. per Yard B.S. Flat-bottomed, (593)
  • Receipt for First Twelve Months of Working, (03), 127
  • Scheme of Works, Parliamentary Bill, 440
  • Signalling at Mansion House Station, First Electric, (450)
  • Six-car Train, Special Tests of, (043)
  • South Harrow Station, Rebuilding, (211)
  • Watford and Edgware Railway Company Formed, (619)

Ministry of Transport :

  • Ministry of Transport, Fifteen Years Old, (285)
  • Mr. Oliver Stanley's Last Official Act us Minister of Transport, (11)
  • Railway Statistics for March, 1934, (11), (63) : May, 1934, (211); Juno. 1934, (387), (413); July, 1934, (431); August, 1934, (541)
  • Railway Strike of 1919 Recalled, (311)
  • Staff mployed on British Railways,Statistics. (387)
  • RED Lead Paint in Various Shades, (643)
  • Refractories Research Laboratories, Mellor. 600
  • Refrigerating Plant for an Open-air Ice Rink, Sulzer Brothers, 542, 546
  • Registration of Engineers in France, 61
  • Research and Development Lectures, 466
  • Ring for Packing Glands of Piston-rods, Hoyt Metal Company of Groat Britain, Ltd., 422
  • " Rising Tide," 217
  • Riveting Machine, An Electrically Welded. Quasi-Arc Company, Ltd., 002
  • Rivets, Radiographic Examination of. V. E. Pullin. 429 (Tworge Supplement, November 2nd, 1934)

ROADS:

  • American Road Safety Regulation's, 146
  • Chief Engineer of Roads Department of Ministry of Transport, (643)
  • Chinese Road Construction, Programer for. (161)
  • Cotton Mats for Curing Concrete VI Slabs, (137)
  • Dust Mixture on Roadways, Tostisp,• ? ii Inflammability of, (259)
  • Forth Road Bridge, 103, 325
  • Highways, Statistics of Mileage, (513)
  • Highways in China, Construction of. (3551
  • Inter-American Highway. Proposed. 244
  • Lovol Crossings Over Main Roads in Lincolnshire, (35)
  • Non-skid Sections ou Kirkham By-pass, 642
  • Pedestrian Crossings in London, (137), (187)
  • Portablo Steel Road, Major H. S. Briggs, 647
  • Ribbon Development, 501
  • Road Accidents, Statistical Study of, Dudley W. Walton, 340, 354, 390, 408
  • Road Congress at Munich, (235)
  • Road Construction Programme in Jaihiti, (285)
  • Road Surfaces, Street Lighting and. 301
  • Road to the Docks. 249
  • Road to the Highlands, 301
  • Road Transport Conference. Proposed National, (413)
  • Road Vehicles, Statistics, (613)
  • Road Widening of Aniblesido-Grasmere Keswick Road, (387)
  • Surfaced Roads in Canada, (507)
  • Survoy of Highway Development of Creator London, Appointments, (619)
  • Traffic Overstays for London. Proposed, 501
  • Unclassified Roads in United Kingdom, (161)
  • "Wont London Transport Outlet, 475
  • ROLLER Bearing fur Rolling Mill, Large, British Timken, Ltd., 120
  • Rubber. Chlorinated, Imperial Chemical Industries. Ltd., 242; (Note). 294)
  • Rubber, Reclamation of, 127
  • Rubber Bolt of 11 Tons, (187)
  • Rubber Factory in Trivandrum, Soot horn Indio. (63)
  • Rubber Latex, Use of, (235)
  • Rubber under Tramway Rails, Strips of Crepe. (619)
  • Rust-excluding Solution thews' Oils, Ltd., " Skinsol," 195

S

  • ST. LAWRENCE River Channel, Deepening. (485)
  • Salt, Wind-borne, from the Sea Affects Tranmission Lines, (619)
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Members of Advisory Council to Committee of Privy Council, (335).

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

  • See also " Electrical Matters "
  • Arcronograph, Evolution of the, Bela Ronay, 295
  • Caliper Gauge for Chain Slings. E. Baylie and Co.. Ltd., 493
  • Capacity Measuring Instrument, Price and Belsham, Ltd., 421
  • Electro-magnetic Oscillograph, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., (187)
  • Fatigue 'resting Machine for Wire, Haigh-Robertson, Bruntons, Ltd., 167
  • Indicators, Remoto Position, A. Reyrollo and Co., Ltd., 72
  • Motor Protector from Lightning, Thyrite, (459)
  • Microscopes. Power of Ordinary, (161)
  • Photo-elasticity Meter, Mabboux, 20
  • Skyinotor. A. S. E. Ackermann, 148
  • Testing Machine Wear. Salmon Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 665
  • Thermostat for Fulham Power Station, Hagan, James Gordon and Co., Ltd., 598
  • Thermostatic Switch, Drayton Pilostat, Drayton Regulators and Instrument Company, Ltd., 602
  • Viscometer, Rhodin's Direet-reading,
  • SEED Drill, Hornsby-Leake, 60
  • Sewage Works at Coloshill Opened, 403
  • Sewerage Scheme for Singapore. (387). (567)
  • Shafting, " Upside-down " Method of Rehabilitating Worn, (361)
  • Shafting, Whirling of. Professor David Robertson. 216. 228
  • Shale Oil Output of Scotland. (335)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • Anchoring the " 534," S. Taylor and Sons, 267
  • "Anchorites " " Submarine Night," (248)
  • Atlantic Pony, Liverpool and the. 3. Austin, 17, 45, 72
  • Board of Trade Engineers and Ship Surveyors, Competitive Examination for, (102)
  • Blue Star Line Boats Sold to Italy, (211)
  • Cargo Boats, Parsons Geared Turbine Unit for, 624
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Statistics, 226
  • Cost of Ships, Sir Arthur Sutherland, (667)
  • Dry Dock at Wallsend Nearing Completion. (137)
  • Electrically Propelled Ships, 547

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • Fires in Passenger Vessels, Dr. lng. E. Forrester, 346
  • Gases in Vessel " Ezra " Undergoing Repairs, Dangerous, (269)
  • Geared Drive on Motor Ships " Maitocrisit "and " Madoera," 168
  • Government and Shipping, 1, 26. 51
  • Italy and Transatlantic Liners' Speed, (567)
  • Japanese Shipbuilding Industry. Subsidising, (236)
  • Lloyd's Register, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 44
  • Lloyd's Register Centenary Dinner. 427
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 275
  • Lloyd's Register of Wreck Returns, (11)
  • Lloyd's Register Rules. 151
  • Lloyd's Register Year Book, 96
  • Maierform Ships, (24)
  • Maritime Museum, National, 1
  • Mercantile Shipbuilding Orders, 501
  • Motor Litter Ordered by Bibby Line, Ltd., 241
  • Palmer*. Hobburn Co., Formation of, 529
  • Parkest on Quay, Extensions of, 325
  • "Pioneer Shipowners," Clement. Jones, (241)
  • Port Dues for Ships Bunkering at Turkish
  • Ports. Proposed Abolition of, (619)
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 396
  • Refrigerator-fitted Ships in 1880 and 1882.
  • "Strathloven " and " Dunedin," (259)
  • Rudder, Improvements to the, Dr. F. II. Todd, (643)
  • Salvage Work at Scapa Flow, 225
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation, Sill
  • Shipbuilding in Scandinavia, 372
  • Shipbuilding on Clyde, (436)
  • Shipbuilding Orders. 79, 609
  • Shipbuilding Orders in British and Continental Yards. Statistics, (244)
  • Shipping Federation, Mr. B. Sanderson, Chairman of Council, (541)
  • Shipping Laid Up, Statistics. (137)
  • Ship Propulsion Experiments, J. H. Peseod, (113)
  • Ship Stabilisation by Activated Tanks, N. Mittorsky. 154; (Leading Article, 163)
  • Ships Passing through Leningrad Harbour, (613)
  • Ships' Boilers on Main Deck of s.s. " Benno.," 009
  • South American Liners, Faster, 427
  • Steamers, American Self-unloading, 444
  • Steamers and Motor Ships under Construction in British and Continental Yards. (582)
  • Steering of Ships, Circular Tanks for Experiments. (387)
  • Tanker Pooling Scheme, 127
  • Tilbury. Record during August at, (335)
  • Tramp Shipping, Aid for, 557

Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :

  • "Adriatic " Sold to Japanese Shipbreakers White Star Liner, (513)
  • "Albert its " Sold to Japanese Ship-breakers, Cunard-White Star, (161)
  • "Asturias," Royal Mail Liner, Re-twined by Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 326. 356, 357
  • "Atlantic Coast," Trials of Motornhip, (35), 177
  • "Bencas." Boilers on Main Deck of 609
  • "Bremen " Breaks Atlantic Record on her Hundredth Westward Voyage, (513)
  • "Britannia," Steam Packet, 1840, 18
  • "Carrick Coast," Trials of Motor Coasting Vessel, 177
  • "Carson " Motor 'rank Barge, .1. Harker, Ltd., 20
  • "Celtic Star " Berthed near London Bridge. (613)
  • "Conte di Savoie," Stabilisation of, 369
  • "Cristoforo Colombo," Trials of Italian Training Ship, Colonel F. Rotundi, 121 Cunarder, Preparations for Launching. (137); Lifeboats of, (211)
  • "Dorset." 6500 b.h.p. Marine Oil Engines for Motor Ship, Sulzer Brothers, 208. 200
  • "Dreadnought." Sailing Clipper, 17
  • "Empress of Britain,' Sixteen Atlantis, Crossings in Sixteen Weeks, (113), (480): Record Run, 151
  • "Empress of France " to be Broken Up, Canadian Pacific Liner. (361)
  • "Fife Coast," Motor Coasting Vessel, 177
  • "France," C.G.T. Liner Sold for Breaking Up, 475
  • "Gulzar," Twin-screw Motor Yacht. John I. Thornyoroft and Co.. Ltd., 110
  • "Hai Hong," Protection Against Pirates on Chinese Vessel, (235)
  • "Kenny' orth," Oil-electrically Driven Paddle Ship for L.N.E. Railway, (667)
  • King George V," Re-equipment of Clyde Passenger Steamer, 683
  • "ICdnig Albert," Scapa Flow, Raising the. (387)
  • "Loch Rama," High Economy Cargo Steamer, 201
  • "Madoera," Geared Drive on Motor Ship, 168
  • "Manoeran," Geared Drive on Motor Ship, 158
  • "Maude, E.," Oil-ongined Trawler, Pioneer Trading Company of New Zealand, 196
  • "Minnetonka' to be Broken Up. Atlantic Transport. Company's Liner, 475; Beached at Soiness. (619)
  • "Minnewaska " to bo Broken Up, Anent le Transport Company's Liner, 475, (643)
  • "Miss Britain III." World's Record, (311)
  • "Morro Castle." Burning of, 249
  • "Normandin," Details of French Liner, 201
  • "Normandin," Electric Motors to Drive Propellers, (613)
  • "Orama" Repainting of Hull of Orient Liner, (435)
  • "Orion," Launch of Orient Liner. 583
  • "Queen Mary." Cunard-White Star Liner, 314, 328. 329, 336; (Leading Article, 327); (Four-page Supplement, September 28th, 1934)
  • "Prince Baudouin," Maiden Voyage et Motor Ship, 151

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued) :
Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels (continued) :

  • "Roussalka," The Admiralty and Loss of S.Y., (35)
  • "Sandown," Southern Railway Paddle Steamer, (11)
  • "Schwabenland " for German Air Mail Service, Aerodrome Ship, ( 211)
  • "Shove League," Launch of L. M.S. Cargo Steamer, (643)
  • "Tunisie " Fitted for lee Making, Tramp Steamer, 345
  • "Waiwera," Trial Trip of Motor Cargo Liner, 201
  • "Waiwera," Motor Cargo Ship, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 230, 231
  • Motor Lifeboat at Cromer, (161)
  • Oil-electric Paddle Ship for L.N. way, 427
  • Tanker Driven. by Machinery on Deck, American Oil, (387)
  • Tin Dredger, Largest. in the World, (435)
  • Train Ferry for Nanking Pukow , 252, 254, 255, 260
  • Tug for Lumber Towing on Harrison Lake and Harrison River, 150 b.h.p., Dent v. Oil-ongined, (285)
  • Tug for Thames, Oil-electric, (6 19)

Naval Matters :

  • BRITISH :
  • Cruiser Building at %Volker Naval Yard, (311)
  • H.M. Australian Cruiser ' Sydney.' Launch of, (335)
  • M . M. Cruiser " Amphion " Launched. (137)
  • H.M. Light Cruiser " Galatea," Launch of, 151
  • H.M. Cruiser • Newcastle," 583
  • H.M. Cruiser " Southampton," 583
  • H.M. Destroyer " Fortune," Lamle), (259)
  • H.M. Destroyer " Woolwich " 1..111114ln I , 301 11.11.8. " Grenville," Side-fired Yarrow Boilers to be Installed, (289)
  • "Sydney," Launch of Australian Cruiser, 301
  • Naval Construction, Progress in, Sir Arthur W. Johns, 480
  • Naval Shipbuilding by Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering Company (567)
  • Naval Orders, 501
  • Naval Work Allocated to Tyne and Clyde Respectively, (513)
  • Warships Names and Contracts, 583
  • FOREIGN
  • American Naval Programme, 201
  • "Dunkerque," Progress on French Battleship, 529
  • German 10,000-ton Battleship " Graf Launched. (11)
  • "Minerve," Launch. of French marine, (459)
  • "Strasbourg." Work Commenced oil French Battleship, 529
  • Trial Performances of a Portuguese Destroyer, Sir Harold E. Yarrow, 520, 521
  • Turkish Cruisers Ordered from Japan, (113)
  • SHOT Blast. Installation at Villiers Engineering Works, 465
  • Shovel, Nine Cubic-yard Electric. Ransomer and Rapier, Ltd., 291
  • Sixty Years Ago, 20. 33, 61, 88, 117, 1:33, 169, 190, 217, 244. 258. 294, :318, 339, 369, 395, 412, 431, 467. 489, 512, 545, 566, 592, 623, 646
  • Slate Deposit Discovered near Madoc, Ontario, (636)
  • Sludge (ins for Gas Engines at. Birmingham. (387)
  • Smoke Abatement, The Law Relating to smoke and Noxious Fumes, (444)
  • Smoke Abatement Conference in Glasgow, (21
  • Smoke Abatement in Groat Britain, Dr. J. S. Owens, (335)
  • Soap Kettles, Cleanliness of Monet Metal Piping Used in, (211)
  • Socialism and Iron and Steel Industry, 249
  • Sodium Nitrate as Reagent. in Pyrites Flotation Plant, (235)
  • Sodium Sulphate, Method of Drying, (89)
  • Sodium Vapour Electric Lamps and 'Use in Clerical Offices, (485)
  • Soot in Leeds, Medical Officer's Report on, (33."))
  • Sound and Noise, Dr. (1. W. C. Kaye, 623

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES

  • Aerial Surveying of Mine Area, 372
  • Air Cooling in Deep Mines, 458
  • Air-cooling Plant at Robinson Deep Mine, 136
  • Air-cooling Plant for Witwatersrand. 372
  • Aircraft for Union Air Force, 372
  • Air Survey of Cape Peninsula, 136
  • Alcohol from Maize, 136
  • American Cars, Flood of, 268
  • Coal, Heavy Freight on, 458
  • Coal Resources of the Union, 268
  • Coal Resources, Union's, 44
  • Cold Storage at Union Ports, 268
  • Craig, John F., Appointed Harbours Advisory Engineer, 604
  • East London Harbour Improvement , 372
  • Electrical Development. Johannesburg's, 43s
  • Electricity in the Union, Progress of, 371
  • Gold Companies, Formation of Additional. 372
  • Greater Rand, 268
  • Harbour Commission's Survey Completed, 604
  • Harbour Problems, South African, 458

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES (continued):

  • Harbour Tugs, "John Dock" and "W. H. Fuller," 604
  • Harbours Advisory Engineer Appointed, 601
  • Irrigation Scheme, Vaal-Hartz, 44
  • Junkers Planes Find Favour with South African Airways, 604
  • Locomotives, Union-built, 458
  • Men for Steel Works, Moro, 458
  • Mineral Output of Northern Rhodesia, 13t;
  • Minors' Phthisis, Cost of, 136
  • Omnibuses Run on Gas in Johannesburg, 372
  • Pretoria to Scrap its Trams, 604
  • Railway Revenue, Rising, 458
  • Rival Railway Schemes, 136
  • Rolling Stock, Additional, 136
  • Rolling Stock for South African Railways, 372
  • Ships, Fast Mail and Intermediate, Union Castle Company Orders Four Liners, 604
  • Steel for Road-making, 268
  • Steel Roads in the Union, 458
  • Steel Works, Production at Pretoria, 604
  • Steel Works Statistics, 44
  • Table Bay Docks Improvements, 44
  • Tide of Prosperity, 603
  • Torbanite Deposits in Ermelo District 604
  • Trams to be Scrapped, Pretoria's, 604
  • Tranxways of Pretoria, Scrapping of, 268
  • Turbo-alternator for East Rand Minv,. 20,000-kW, 458
  • Union Railways, Report of Granet Commission on, 371
  • SOVIET Orders for Great Britain, (361)
  • Spanner, Au Adjustable, Master Tool Company Ltd., 421
  • Spanner, Burston, 241
  • Speed Economies, Sir Josiah Stamp. 583
  • Speed of Travel of the Future, Raymond Carpmael, 512
  • Spray-painting Chrysler Motor Car Bodies Protection of Workers, (485)
  • Springs, Interleaving for Laminated, Richard Klinger, Ltd., 651
  • Statistical Study of Road Accidents, Dudley W. Walton, 340, 354, 390, 406
  • Steam Production, Loeffler System of, S. McEwen, 479
  • Steam Tables Conference, International. Held at Washington, 275
  • Steam Tables Conference, Third International, 464
  • Sterilising Equipments, Electric, General Electric Company, Ltd., 58
  • Stoker Replacements in United States, Cost of, (63)
  • Strainer, Self-cleaning Rotary, J. Peebles' Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 43

STREET TRAFFIC SIGNALS :

  • "Amber " Light on Street Signals, (161)
  • "Amber " Signals, Why the Term is Applied, (161)
  • Street Lighting, Departmental Committee oil, (11)
  • Street Traffic Signals at Mae Angel, Islington, (311)
  • Traffic Control Signals in 13180:with Tunnel, (161)
  • STRESS, Acoustic Process for Examination of, Maihak Company, 142
  • Stroboscope, " The Stroborama." MM. L. and A. Seguin, James Cochrane and Co., 292
  • Submarine Cables, Experiments by Cable-ship "Lord Kelvin" in Burying by Special Plough, (485)
  • Sulphate Pulp Process, Memorial to Carl Daniel Ekman, 403
  • Sulphur Burner, F. Beneowitz, (541)
  • Sulphur Fumes and Battersea Power Station, 633
  • Superheaters for Fulham Power Station Me Le-Sco 597

SUPPLEMENTS :

  • Grampian Hydro-electric Power Scheme Tunnel Development (Two-page supplement, .July 6th, 1934)
  • Machine Tool Exhibition at Olympia (Sixteen page Supplement, November 9th, 1934); (Eight-page Supplement., November 16th, 1934)
  • Mersey Tunnel (Four -page Supplement July 20th, 1934)
  • "Queen Mary," Launch of Cunard White Star Liner (Four-page Supplement., September 28th, 1934)
  • Radiographic Examination of Rivets (Two-page Supplement, November 2nd, 1934)
  • THE METALLURGIST, March 2nd, 1934; April 27th, 1934, and June 29th, 1934
  • SURFACE Condensers, 178, 214, 226, 250, 276, 286, :316, 326, 352, 378, 404, 428, 450, 490, 502
  • Surface Finish, Measuring, (335)
  • Systems. Assembly, C. Watts, 206

T

  • TAR Sprayer, Wallis and Steevens Ltd, 61
  • Tariff Board Report., Indian, 65
  • Technical College at Doncaster, 640, 644

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Automatic Trunk Telephone Line in Russia, First, (35)
  • Ceylon's Telephone System, Improvements in, (113)
  • London to Leningrad Telephone Service Opened, (11)
  • Telegraph Cables Between London and Glasgow, Modernised, (311)

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued):

  • Telephone and Telegraph Statistics of the World, (361)
  • Telephone Cables in England, System of Underground, (387)
  • Telephones in Peiping. China, (368)
  • Telephonic Communication Between Beachy Head Lighthouse and Mainland -Cut by Aeroplane, (259)
  • Telephonic Communication Between Ceylon and India, (235)
  • Teleprinters Replace Morse System at Central Telegraph Office. (335)
  • TELESCOPE for Dunlop Observatory, Toronto. (113)
  • Telescope Disc of 200in. Diameter, (361)
  • Television, Lectures on, (33)
  • Telewriter for New Zealand Post Office, (361)
  • Tension Tests, Influence of Rate of Strain in John L. M. Morrison, 183
  • Tetranap," Process for Manufacture of, 093)
  • Thames Passenger Service Inquiry, 609
  • Thrashing and Finishing Machine, W. Fester and Co., Ltd., 6
  • Threads, Method of Cut t hug Square, (211
  • Timber, Mechanical Testing of, 529
  • Time Signals for Stockholm Telephone scribers, (485)
  • Tin, Production and Consumption of, (235 'I
  • Tin, World's Consumption of, (24), (259)
  • Tin Coating on Steel, Thickness of, (335)
  • Tin Consumption Analysis, 633
  • Tin Mining in Japan, (11)
  • Tin-plate Agreement, International, 61
  • Tin-plates, Overcoming Corrosion of, (74)
  • Tin Production and Consumption of the \\ (459)
  • Tin Research, Progress in, 151
  • Tin Smelting Works at Litherland, near Liverpool, (593)
  • Topography and the Indian in Canada, (35)
  • Tower, Highest Self-supporting Tower in U.S.A., (137)
  • Traction Engine, 7 kp. Single-cylinder, W. Foster and Co., Ltd., 6
  • Traction Engines in Soviet Russia, Supplies of Steam, (413)
  • Tractor. Farman, International Harvester Company, 59
  • Tractor, Fordson, 61
  • Tractors, Engine-driven Crawler, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 58
  • Trade Agreement, Anglo-French, 1
  • Trade at Port of Glasgow, (335)
  • Trade Unions in England, Registered, (567)
  • Trade with South Africa, 403
  • Training of Boiler-house Employees, 548
  • Tramcar Collision in Tottenham High-road, Fatal, (285)
  • Tramcars to Run Over Howrah Bridge, (457)
  • Tramcars with Rubber Buffers in Wheels, (161)
  • Transport Statistics : Their Uses and Abuses, W. V. Wood, 398
  • Trap, Condensate Return, Hopkinsons, 219
  • Tree Planting from Canada to Texas. (137
  • Trees, Tall Douglas Fir, (161)
  • Trollybuses at Bournemouth, (35)
  • Trolly Omnibuses for Durban, Leyland Mot Ltd., 650
  • Truck, Articulated Transporter, Brott's Patent Lifter Company, I.td., 120
  • Tub Axles, Failure of Steel, (113)
  • Tube Thickness Testing Apparatus, Thornton-Holmes, 207
  • Tubes, Mill Erected at Ternitz for Seamless, (469)
  • Tumid, Mersey, 20-30, 36, 52, 64 (Four-page Supplement, July 20th, 1934), 80
  • Tunnel Between Dartford and Purfleet, Proposed. (541)
  • Tunnel for Japan, Completion of Tanna, (485)
  • Tunnel Under River Tamar, Cost of Proposed. (235)
  • Tunnel Under the Bosphorus, Proposed, (161)
  • Turbette, The, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 71
  • Turbine, First Parsons Steam, Exhibition at Science Museum, 68
  • Turbine Blades, Methods of Cleaning, (619)
  • Turbine Blades, Recleaning of, (270)
  • Turbine Generator at Fordson, Mich., Second 110,000 kW, (:311)
  • Turbine Plants, High-pressure Steam, Dr. S. L. Pearce, 459
  • Turbine Unit for Cargo Boat, Parsons Geared. 624
  • Turbines, Small Steam, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., 267; (Correction, 294)
  • Turbines for Tramp Ships, R. J. Walker, (567)
  • Twenty-four Hours' Notation, Government Action, (541)
  • Typhoon Damage in Japan, (311). (335)

U

  • UNEMPLOYED Members of Ainalgutuatrd Engineering Union, (619)
  • Unemployed Workers in U.S.A., (161)
  • Unemployment Figures, 25, 127, 225, 351, 44!1
  • Unemployed Insured Persons, Statistics, (643)
  • Unfired Pressure Vessels for Petroleum Liquids and Gases, (259)
  • University Degrees in Etwiin 430 : (Leading Article, 437) : 452, 484, 504. 332, 561; (see Letters to The Editor).
  • University of Bristol, Faculty of Engineering. (46)

V

  • VACUUM Power Locomotive Turning Plant, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 626
  • Valve, Combined Isolating and Relief, Hopkinsons, Ltd., 422
  • Valve, Heat Motor, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 220
  • Vanadium, B. D. Saklatwalla, 369
  • Venturi Flume, The, Dr. F. V. A. E. Engel, 101, 131

W

  • WAGES. Conference on Engineering. 633
  • Wages Dispute in South Wales, L. A. Warner Appointed Ono of the Arbitrators, (413)
  • Wagon, Universal Pump, Sib! Engineering Works, 71
  • Warehouses in Germany, Largo, (361)
  • Washington Monument to be Cleaned, (387)

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Cheltenham Supply front River Severn, (02)
  • Drought, The, 65
  • Liverpool Corporation Water Supply, Additional, (6:3)
  • Metropolitan 1Vater Board, Annual Report. 431
  • Repuritication of Water, 189
  • Reservoir in Lel' Valley, (459)
  • Saskatoon Waterworks, use of ferrons Sulphate Shows Economies. (233)
  • Sydney's Water Supply. Nepean Dam, 236, 240
  • Water, Method Adopted by Forest Park, 111 for Indigent 'Water Consumers, (387)
  • Water " Grid," 529
  • Water Pollution Research Board's Annual Report , 58:3
  • Water Resources of Great Brit Hill, 51
  • Water Sterilisation, Imperial Chemical Industries' Bookklet, (422)
  • Water Supplies, Research on, 583
  • Water Supplies Emergency Conference, Review of General Position. 127
  • Water Supply for San Francisco Aqueduct Opened, (459). (513)
  • Water Supply of North York, Ontario, (1871 )
  • Watercourses of Surrey Affected by Building Operations, (187)
  • Waterworks Practice in America, 524
  • WAX, Seekay, imperial Chemical Industrial. Ltd, 394
  • Weather Reports, Broadcasting Station for. 557
  • Wells in Northern Nigeria, Tube, (643)

WELDING :

  • Arcronograph, Evolution of the, Bela Ronny. 295
  • Automatic Are \Voiding on Pipe Lute, (113)
  • Automatic Mit t Welder, A.E.G. Electric Company, Ltd., 494
  • Electrical Process for Welding Aluminium Barimar, Ltd., 522
  • Electrode Factory in Glasgow, (187)
  • High-speed System of Spot. Welding in America, (:369)
  • Welded Boiler Drum, 14.00 lb., (187)
  • Welded Steel Pipes in By-product Coke-oven Plants. (429)
  • Welded Tube Plant at Vastmanland. ( 235)
  • Welding a Burst Reinforced Concrete Bin, (541)
  • Welding Electrodes Factory at Nit shill. Ill'ar Glasgow, (565)
  • Welding of Iron and Steel, Symposium on, 601
  • Welding Press. Projection, Song Machine Tools, Ltd., 467
  • Welding Set, Oil-engine-driven Elect rte.
  • Welding Processes. Ltd., 651
  • WHALE Oil Refinery in England, (72)
  • Wind Gauges on Japanese Railways. (459)
  • Wind Turbine at Balaclava. (63)
  • Wire, Fatigue' Test ing 11achine for. Brunton', Ltd.. 167
  • Wire-forming Machine. and Fronde, Ltd., 220
  • Wire Tables (500)

WIRELESS Brazilian Wireless Stations, Nine, 127

  • Broadcasting in U.S.S.R., (485)
  • Broadcasting Station for Weather Reports, 557
  • Droitwich Transmitting Station, 257
  • Interference with Broadcasting, 427
  • Loudspeakers Installed on Paris Subway. (335)
  • National Wireless Exhibition, 186
  • Radio Interference, 475
  • Rangoon and Madras Linked by Short-wave Telegraph and Telephone, (211)
  • Roberts Heights Wireless Station, British Firm Secures Contract for, (259)
  • Tokyo Broadcasting Station, Output from 10kw to 150 kw, (459)
  • Wireless Apparatus for Belgian Balloonists' Stratosphere Ascent, (:35)
  • Wireless Apparatus in Japanese Telegraph Offices, (567)
  • Wireless Business Conferenec. Internal itma 1 Combustion, Ltd.. :318
  • Wireless Licences in the 1'nitv(1 kingdom, (187), (343)
  • Wireless Research, 275
  • WOOD, Preservation of, (593)
  • Wooden Posts and Deterioration where tIn. Enter the Earth, (113)
  • Woolwich Polytechnic, Scheme for Sandwich Training, (296)
  • Works of Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., 160. 465
  • Works Manager's Point of View, Machine Tools from, John Holloway, 344, 373, 586, 613 : (Leading Article, 621) 453; (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 9th, 1934); 478, 486; (Eight-page Supplement, November 16th, 1934); 505, 514; 5:33 (Leading Article, " The Machine Tool Exhibition, 543)
  • Machine Tools from the Works Manager's Point of View, John Holloway, 544, 573, 586, 613
  • (Leading Article, " The Machine Ttloi kind Workshop Economy," 621)

Machine Tool Trades Association Fifth Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition at Olympia

List of Exhibitors and Subjects

A

  • ADCOCK and Shipley, Ltd.: Drilling Machine, Horizontal, 509; High-speed Sensitive, 509; Milling Machines, Small, 509
  • Aerograph Company, Ltd.: Spray Painting Equipment, 453
  • Alexander, Geo. H., Machinery, Ltd.: Boring Machine, Loewe, 538; Broaching Machine, Sunbeam, 538; Grinding Machine, Loewe, 538; Honing Machine, Spline, 538; Milling Machine, Deekel Universal Tool, 538; Screw Making Machinery, 538
  • Allen, Edgar, and Co., Ltd.: Cutting Tools, Suppe., November 9th, 1934, v
  • Angus, George, and Co., Ltd.: Belting, Laminated, 540
  • Archdale, Jas., and Co., Ltd.: Deep Hole Drilling Machine, 508, 514; Medium-duty Radial Drilling Machine, 508, 514; Milling Machine, 30in. Vortical, 508, 514
  • Asquith, Wm., Ltd.: Cotterway Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiv; Drill, 6ft. Radial, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xv; Koyseating Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiv
  • Atkins (Peterborough), Ltd.: General Engineering Purposes Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iv; Grinding Machine, Thread, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii; Projector, Stylus, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iv; Wheel Dressing Mechanism for Multi and Single Rib Wheels, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iv

B

  • BEEBEE, Alfred, Ltd.: Bolts, Nuts, Studs, &c., 540
  • Benrath Machine Tools : Balancing Machine, Static, 539; Grinder, Grossenhainer Cutter, 539
  • Benton and Stone, Ltd.: Lubrication System, Enots One-shot, 540
  • Mae and Grohs : Hammer, 32in. Stroke, 29,000 Foot-pounds Blow Double Swage Forging, 509
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd.: Atmospheric Control for " Birlec Electric Furnaces, " Certain Curtain," Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v; Furnaces, " Birlec " Electric, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v 13.S.A. Tools, Ltd.:
  • Centreless Grinding Machines, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x; Automatics, 9in. Single-spindle Chucking, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x; Automatics, 'fin. Screw, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd.: Contactor Starter, Direct-on-line Reversing. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Control Gear for Machine Tool Requirements, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Electric Motors, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi;
  • Electric-hydraulic Thruster, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Motor, Squirrel-cage Induction, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Motor, Variable Speed Geared, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Stator and .Rote
  • Units, Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • British Timken, Ltd.: Bearings, 540
  • Brook Motors, Ltd.: Electric Motors, Suppt., November 9th, 1934,
  • vii; Motor, Reversible, Suppe., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Ltd.: Engineers' Small Tools, 540
  • Brown and Ward : High-speed Automatics, 479 1
  • Buck and Hickman, Ltd.: Hammer, " Rotorwet " High-speed Riveting, Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xi; Gear
  • Grinder, Pratt and Whitney 10in., 535
  • Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd.: Milling Machine, Kearney and Tri.ckci• Vertical, Suppt., November 91h, 1934 xi; Calculator for Gisholt Static Balancing Machine, 508
  • Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd.: Planer, " Spiral Electric," Suppt., November 9th, 1934, viii; Shaper, fitin. Stroke Tool-room, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, viii; Slotting Machine, 121in. Stroke Puncher, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, viii
  • Butterworth, A., and Co.: Chucking Automatics, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vi; Screw Automatics, All-geared Head, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vi

C

  • CANNING, W., and Co., Ltd.: Chromo-plating, 540
  • Carborundum Company, Ltd.: Grinding Wheels and Abrasives. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv
  • Carter and Wright (Engineers and Machine Tools), Ltd.: Sawing Machine. 508; Crusher, Chip. 51)s; Keyscater, 509
  • Churchill, Charles, and Co., Ltd.: Machine Tools, Various, 540
  • Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd.: Automatic Internal Grinding Machine. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i, ii; Cylindrical Grinding. Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i,; Grinding Machine, Centreless, Suppe., November 16th, 1934, ii; Automatic Brake Drum Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii; Grinding Head, "Hydranto," Suppe., November 16th, 1934,
  • Colchester Lathe Company : Lathe, bin. All-geared, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii; Lathes, 7in. and 8/in. All-geared, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii Lathe, Gear-box of 7in., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii
  • Craftplugs, Ltd.: Anchor Bolt, 538; Engine Foundation Bolt, 537
  • Craven Bros. (Manchester), Ltd.: Grinding Machine for Tin-plate Rolls. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, i; Lathe, Railway Wheel, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ii; Lathe, Tin-plate Roll Turning. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, i; Milling Machine, Slot Hydromil, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ii; Milling Machines, " Craven Rigid," Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ii

D

  • DEAN, Smith and Grace, Ltd.:Lathe, 61in. " All-geared," Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii; Lathe, 81in. High-speed,Suppt., November 9th, 19:34, xiii; Saddle of 8fin. Lathe, Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xui
  • Dollread Gears (Holdings) Company, Ltd.:Gear, " Epirolic," Friction Reduction, Suppt. November 16th, 1934, v
  • Dosouttor Bros., Ltd.: Drills, High-power Electric, 534; Tool. Air Turbine-driven Portable. 524; Tools, Small Pneumatic, 534
  • Dowding and Doll, Ltd.: Robber, Pfauter R.S.9 Gear and Spline, 478, 486; Lathes, Pittler Turret, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv; Gears, Pfauter Pick-off Reverse, 478
  • Drummond Bros., Ltd.: Broaching Machine, Vertical Hydraulic, 539; Lathes, 539
  • Duekham, Alexander, and Co., Ltd.: Oils, Lubricating, and Greases, " Keonol," 533

F

  • FENNER, J. H., and Co., Ltd.: Belting, Solid Woven, 540
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown, Ltd.: Drill Sharpening Machine, Suppe., November 9th, 1934, ii; Hardness Testing Machine, "Hardomoter," Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ii
  • Fletcher Miller, Ltd.: Lubricants, 540
  • Fry's (London), Ltd.: Hacksaw Frames and Blades, 540: I >rill-. 540; Reamers, 540

G

  • GEAR Grinding Company, Ltd.: Gear Grinding Machines, 507; Involute Measuring Machine, 507
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd.: Tools, Portable Flexible Drive, 540; Static Balancing Machine, 508
  • Golding, S. Ralph, and Co.: Screws, Allen, 540
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd.: Forging Machine, Double-stroke Cold, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii; Extruding Press. lin. Vortical Lead Tube, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii; Bolt Head Trimming Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii :Pumps, Variable-speed Hydraulic, Suppt., November 16th, 1934,; Truck, Elevating Platform Petrol, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii

H

  • HEALD Machine Company, Ltd.: Automatic Internal Grinding Machine, 476, 486
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd.: "Aerospeed " Drilling Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii; Norton Hydraulic Crank Pin Grinding Machine, 478, 486; Lathe, No. 4 Senior Capstan, Buppt., November 16th, 1934, viii; Lathe, No. 12 Combination Turret, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii, viii; No. 3 Auto-lathe, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii, viii; Milling Machine, No. 35 Universal, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, viii; " Pre-optive " Head for Lathe, Suppt., November 16th. 1934, viii
  • Herbert, E. C., Ltd.: Sawing Machine, " Rapidor," 536; Testing Machine, Brinell, 536; Olsen Testing Machine, 536; S.S. Pendulum Hardness Testing Machine, 536 1leller, Gebr.:Sawing Machines, Cold, 537
  • Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, 1.i I. Bearings, Ball and Roller, 540
  • Holbrook Machine Tool Company, Ltd.: Grinding Machine, Worm, 536: Lathe, Precision Tool-room, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xv; Lathes, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xv
  • Holroyd, John, and Co., Ltd.: Grinding Machines, Worm, 536
  • Hunt, Herbert, and Sons : Automatic Tap Relief Grinding Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi; Lathe,
  • Taper Turning, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi; Milling Machine, Twist Drill Flute, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi; Sharpening Machines, Twist Drill, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi; Tap Sharpening Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi

I

  • IGRANIC Electric Company, Ltd.:Low-voltage Lighting Equipment., 510: Motor Controller, 510; Plugging Relay, 510; Timing Controller, Electrionic Automatic, 510
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.: Bath, " Drikold " Shrinking, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Degreasing Plant, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Furnace, Case Hardening, Suppt., November 9th. 1934, xvi

J

  • JACKMAN, Geo., Machine Tool Company Grinders, 540
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd.: Drill High-speed Bench, 537; " Perfect point " Motor-driven Twist Drill Grinding Machine, 537; Universal Grinding Machine. 537
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd. Drill, Saalfeld Radial, 540; Grinder, Diskus All-steel Vertical. 540; Lathe, Kaeger Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting, 540; Machine Tools, Various, 640

K

  • KEARNS, H. W., and Co.. Ltd.: Boring Machines, Suppt., November 16th. 1934, i; Surfacing and Boring Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i
  • Kendall and Gent (1920), Ltd.: Broaching Machine, 44in., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix; Milling Machine, Horizontal Plano, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix; Milling Machine, Open-sided Vertical and Horizontal, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix; Plano Miller, Vertical, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi; Screwing Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd.: Boring Machines, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v; Drilling Machines, 5ft. Radius, Suppt. November 9th, 1934, v; Shaping Machines' Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v

L

  • LAMBOURNE, W. T., Company : Belting, 540
  • Lang, John, and Sons, Ltd.: "Junior " Lathe, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii; Multi-cut Lathe, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii; Lathes, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Leitz : Instrument for Examining Screw Threads, 538
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd.: Petrol-driven Auto Trucks, 540
  • Lucas Furnaces, Ltd.: Furnaces, Heat Treatment, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii
  • Luke and Spencer, Ltd.: Grinder, High-speed Floor, 539; Polishing Machine, Five-spindle Automatic, 539
  • Lumsdon Machine Company, Ltd.: Grinding Machine for Grinding Tungsten Carbide Tools, 535; Segmental Wheel, Vertical Spindle Reciprocating Table Surface Grinding Machines, 535
  • Lund, John, Ltd.: Cylindrical Grinding Machine, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii, xiii; Grinder, Vertical Spindle Surface, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii

M

  • MAILR, Carl : Testing Machine for Gears, 538
  • Miarbaix, Gaston, E., Ltd.: Gear Checking Machine, Spiral Head, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iii; Gear-lapping Machine, Michigan, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iii; Gear-finishing Machine, Michigan, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii, iii; Gears, Production, Finishing and Testing Helical, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii, iii
  • Mason, F. N., and Sons, Ltd.: Copier, " Archlight " Horizontal, 540
  • Masssey, B. and S.. Ltd.: Hammers, &wt., November 901. 1934, iii; Planing Machine, Portable, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii; Press, 200-ton Tie-holt Type Trimming, Suppt., November 9th. 1934, iii; Tire-fixing Roll, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii
  • Modern Machine Tools, Ltd.: Boring and Milling Machine, Horizontal, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xv; Automatics, Three-operation, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Mond Nickel Company, Ltd.: Nickel and Machine Tool Construction, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i 0101
  • Moss Gear Company, Ltd.: Gear Unit, Fan-cooled Worm, 311; Gearing, 511

N

  • NEILL. Janice, and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd.: Magnetic Chuck, 510
  • New Fortuna Machine Company, Ltd.: Pipe-bending Machine for Hand Operation. Limitax,, ' Suppt., November 16th, 1934. iv; Sawing Machine, Hack, Suppt. November 16th, 1934, iv; Grinding Spindles, Suppt., November 16th, 1934. iv
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd.: Machine Tools, 540

O

  • OSBORN, Samuel, and Co Small Tools, 540

P

  • PARKINSON, J., and Son : Double-helical Gear Planer, 464; Sunderland Gear Planer, 554; Grinding Machine for Cutter Sharpener, 454; Milling Machines, 454; Sharpener, Cutter. 454; Grinder, Vertical, 454, 455
  • Peabody, Henry W., and Co. of London, Ltd.: Cleaners for Metals, " Wyandotte " Specialised. 540; Pfauter Pick-off Reverse Gears, 478 Pollard, Frederick, and Co., Ltd.: Drilling Machines, 540

R

  • RANSOMES and Marles Bearing Co Ltd.: Ball and Roller Bearings, 540
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, Ltd.: Lifting Magnets. 535; Separator " Rapid-Biaflux " .Drum type, 635
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd.: Air Compressors, 535
  • Reliance Trucks, Ltd.: Trucks, Petrol-driven. 540
  • Rennie Tool Company, Ltd.: Tools made from " Rennite." 540
  • Renold and Coventry Chain Company, Ltd.: Chain Drives for Industry, S'uppt., November 9th, 1934. xii; Control, Renold Push-pull Remote, Suppt., November 9th. 1934, xii
  • Richards. Geo., and Co., Ltd.: Surfacing and Boring Machines, 509: Surfacing. Boring, Milling, Drilling. and Tapping Machine, 509, 514
  • Rubery, Owen and Co.: Pressed Steel Split Pulleys. 540; Steel Storage Equipment. 540
  • Russell, S., and Sons, Ltd.: Sawing Machine, Cold, 478, 486; Saw Sharpener, 478
  • Ryder,. Thos., and Son, Ltd.: Lathe. Vertical Single-spindle, Three-slide, Multi-tool Automatic, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii

S

  • SCHUTTE, A. H.: Automatic. Four 'spindle Chucking, 453 :Grinders. Tool and Cutter. 453
  • Sciaky Electric Welding Machines. Ltd.: Electric Spot Welding Machines, 534
  • Scrivener, Arthur, Ltd.:Centreless Grinding Machine, 47$. 486
  • Selby Engineering Company, Ltd.: Belt Lacing Machines, " Clipper," 540
  • Shaw, A., and Son : Diamonds for Industrial Use, 540
  • Skefko Ball Bearing Company, Ltd.: Ball and Roller Bearings, 540
  • Snow and Co.. Ltd.: Grinders, Surface, 540
  • Snag Machine Tools. Ltd.: Drill. Berninghaus Rotary Multi-spindle. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii; Wotan High-efficiency R.J. 30 Internal Grinding Machine, 507, 514: Automatic, Berninghaus Universal Forming Machine, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii; Shaping Machine, Wotan Hydraulically, High-duty, 506, 514; Welder, High-speed Spot and Seam. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, v
  • Stedall-Dowding Machine Tool Company : Gear Robbing Machine, Reinecker. 538; Naxos Union Roll Grinding Machine, 538 : Grinders, Lindner Thread, 538
  • Steinle, Leo C., Ltd.: Sawing Machine, Heller Cold, 637; Sharpening Machine. Heller Saw, 537
  • Sternal, Ltd.: Lubricating Oils. 540
  • Stark, John. and Sons, Ltd.: Planing Machine, Heavy, " Ingoplon," Suppt., November 16th. 1934, iv; Planing Machine, °penal& " Hiloplane," Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv
  • Swift, George, and Sons, Ltd.: Drilling Machines. Radial, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iii; Lathe, 1341n. General Purpose, Suppe.. November 16th, 1934, iii; Lathe, 12fin. Centre, Suppt., November 161h, 1934. iv

T

  • TECALEMIT, Ltd.: Lubrication of Machinery, 540
  • Tensometer, Ltd.: Extensometer, Gerard Strip. 506; Tensometer, Hounsfield, 505
  • Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engineering Company, Ltd.: Lathes. High-speed Capstan, 509; Automatics, 509; Sawing-off Machine, Circular. 509

U

  • UNITED Steel Companies, Ltd.: "Phoenix " Rapid Machining Steel. 540

V

  • VAN MOPPES, L. M., and Sons : Diamond for Industrial and Scientific Purposes. 536
  • Varloy Pumps and Engineering, Ltd.: Pumps, Suppt., November 16th. 1934, v

W

  • WADKLN and Co.: Bench, Saw, 20in., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii; Saw, Canting Spindle, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi; Woodworking Machines, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Wauderer Werke. A.G.: Milling Machine, Hydro-automatic, 1101-production, 507; Milling Machines.; Thread Milling Machine, 507. 508
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd.: Lathe, fluin. Combination Turret, 500: Lathes, Capstan and Turret, 508
  • Weardon and Guylee, Ltd.: Pumps for Lubricants, 540; Quick-ehanging Chuck, " Presto," 540
  • Weatherley, H. E., and Co., Ltd.: Broaching Machines, 538
  • Webster and Bennett, LW.:Boring Mill, " High Power," 505; Lathe, 36in. Vertical Turret, 505, 514; Milling Machine, 48in. Single. 505
  • Wickman, A. C., Ltd.: Broaching Machine, Forst Vertical Hydraulic, Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xi; Centreless Grinding Machine, Lidkopings, Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, xi; Montfort's Automatics, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x. xi; Sawing Machine, Wagner Cold, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x; Gear Cutter, Larenz, Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xi
  • Wicksteed, Charles, and Co.. Ltd.: Sawing Machines, 539
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd.: Furnaces, Electric, Suppt., November 16th, 1934, v; Furnaces, Forced Air Circulation, Suppt., November lath, 1934, v;
  • Wotan, High-efficiency R.J. 30 Internal Grinding Machine, 507, 514

Y

  • YOUNGLESON. E. L., Ltd.: Vices, Bench and Machine. 540

Subjects

  • B
  • BORING Machines, Loewe, 0. H. Alexander Machinery. Ltd., 538
  • Boring Machines, H. W. Kearns and Co., Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934, i
  • Boring Machines, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Suppt., November 91h, 1934, v
  • Boring and Milling Machine, Horizontal, Modern Machine Tools. Ltd., Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, xv
  • Boring Mill. " High Power," Webster and Bennett. Ltd., 505
  • Broaching Machine, Forst Vertical Hydraulic, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xi
  • Broaching Machine, Sunbeam, G. H. Alexander Machinery. Ltd., 538
  • Broaching Machine, Vertical Hydraulic, Drummond Bros., LW., 539
  • Broaching Machine, 44in.. Kendall and Geni (1920), Ltd., Suppt. November 9th, 1934, ix
  • Broaching Machines. H. E. Weatherley anti Co., Ltd., 538

C

  • COTTERWAY Machine, William Asquith Ltd,. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiv

D

  • DRILL, Berninghaus Rotary Multi-spindle Soag Machine Tools. Ltd., Supple, November 16th, 1934, vii
  • Drill, High-speed Bench, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 537
  • Drill, Saalfeld Radial, E. H. Jones (Machine Tools). Ltd., 540
  • Drill. Eft. Radial, William Asquith, Ltd.. Suppt. November 9th, 1934, xv
  • Drilling Machine, " Aerospeed," Alfred Herbert, Ltd., Suppt.. November 16th, 1934, vii
  • Drilling Machine, Deep Hole, James Archdale and Co., Ltd., 508, 514
  • Drilling Machine, Horizontal, Adcock and Shipley, Ltd., 609
  • Drilling Machine, Medium-duty Radial, James Archdale and Co., Ltd., 508, 514
  • Drilling Machines. Frederick Pollard and Co.. 540
  • Drilling Machines, Radial. George Swift and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iii
  • Drilling Machine, oft. Radius, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, v
  • Drills. High-power Electric, Desouter Brothers. Ltd., 534
  • Drills. High-speed Sensitive, Adeork anti Shipley, Ltd., 509

E

  • ENGINEERS' Small Tools. Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company. Ltd., 540

F

  • FORGING Machine. Double-stroke Cold, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd.. Suppt.. November 16th. 1934, ii

G

  • GEAR Checking Machine, Spiral Head, Gaston E. Marbaix, Ltd.. Supple, November 10th. 1934. iii
  • Gear Mobbing Machine, Reinecker, &mien. Dowding Machine Tool Company, 538
  • Gear Lapping Machine. Michigan, Gaston E. Marbaix, Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th. 1934, iii
  • Gear Planer, Double Helical, J. Parkinson and Son, 454
  • Gear Planer, Sunderland, J. Parkinson and Son. 454
  • General Engineering Purposes Machine, Atkins (Peterborough). Ltd., Suppt.. November 9th. 1934, iv;
  • Grinding Machine. Automatic Internal. Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th. 1934,
  • Grinding Machine, Automatic Internal. Heald Machine Company, Ltd., 478. 486
  • Grinding Machine, Automatic Tap Relief. Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt.„ November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Grinding Machines, Centreless, B.S.A. Tools. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x
  • Grinding Machine, Centreless, Arthur Scrivener. Ltd., 478, 486
  • Grinding Machine, Cylindrical, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Sung.. November 16th, 1934,
  • Grinding Machine, Cylindrical, John Lund Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii, xiii
  • Grinding Machine, Diskus Vertical. E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd., 540
  • Grinding Machine, Licikopings Centreless. A. C. Wickman, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th. 1934, xi
  • Grinding Machine, Loewe, G. H . Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 538
  • Grinding Machine, Naxos-Union Roll. Stedall-Dowding Machine Tool Company, 538
  • Grinding Machine, Norton Hydraulic Crank Pin. Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 478. 486
  • Grinding Machine. " Perfect, Point " Motor-driven Twist Drill, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd.. 537
  • Grinding Machine, Universal, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 537
  • Grinding Machine, Worm. John Holroyd and Co., Ltd., 536
  • Grinding Machine. Wotan High Efficiency R.J. 30 internal, Soag Machine Tools, Ltd., 507, 514
  • Grinding Machine for Cutter Sharpening, J. Parkinson and Son. 454
  • Grinding Machine for Grinding Tungsten Carbide Tools, Lumaden Machine Company. Ltd., 535
  • Grinding Machine for Tin-plate Rolls, Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd.. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, i
  • Grinding Machines, Centreless, Churchill Machine Tool Company. Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii
  • Grinding Machines, Segmental Wheel, Vertical Spindle Reciprocating Table Surface, Lunn'. den Machine Company, Ltd., 535
  • Grinding Machines, Thread, Atkins (Peterborough), Ltd.. Strppt., November 9th. 1934,

H

  • HAMMER, " Rotorivet " High-speed Riveting Burton, Griffiths and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xi
  • Hammer, 32in. Stroke. 29,000 Foot-pounds Blow Double-swage Forging, Beebe and Grohs, 509
  • Hammers, B. and S. Massey. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii
  • Hobbor. RS9 Gear and Spline. Planter, Dowding and Doll, Ltd., 478, 486
  • Honing Machine, Spline. G. H. Alexander Machinery. Ltd., 538

K

  • KEYSEATING Machine, William Asquith. Ltd.. Supple, November 9th, 1934, xiv

L

  • LATHE, " Junior," John Lang and Sons, Ltd. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Lathe, Haeger Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-cutting. E. H. Jones (Machine Tools). Ltd.. 540
  • Lathe. Multi-cut. John Lang and Sons. Ltd. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Lathe, Precision Tool-room. Holbrook Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th. 1934, xv
  • Lathe, Railway Wheel, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934. ii
  • Lathe, Taper Turning, Herbert Hunt anti Sons Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Lathe. Tin-plate Roll Turning. Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Suppt., November 9th. 1934. i
  • Lathe, Vertical Single-spindle Three-slide Multitool Automatic, T. Ryder and Son. Ltd. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii
  • Lathe, No. 4 Senior Capstan, Alfred Herbert. Ltd., Suppt.. November 16th, 1934, viii
  • Lathe, No. 12 Combination Turret Lathe, Alfred Herbert, Ltd.. Suppl., November 16th. 1934, vii, viii
  • Lathe, 6in. " All-geared " Colchester Lathe Co., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii
  • Lathe, Ofin. " All-geared," Dean. Smith and Grace. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii
  • Lathes, 7in. and 8+in. " All-geared," Colchester Lathe Company, Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xii
  • Lathe, 8+in. High-speed. Dean, Smith and Grace, Ltd.. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii
  • Lathe, 8+in. General Purpose, George Swift and Sons. Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th, 1934. iii
  • Lathe. 8f in. Combination Turret, H. W. Ward and Co.. Ltd.. 506
  • Lathe, 12+in. Centre, George Swift and Sons Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934, iv
  • Lathe. 36in. Vertical Turret. Webster and Bennett. Ltd., 505. 514
  • Lathes. Capstan and Turret. H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd., 606
  • Lathes, Drummond Bros., Ltd.. 539
  • Lathes. High-speed Capstan, Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engineering Company. Ltd., 509
  • Lathes, Holbrook Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934. xv
  • Lathes. John Lang and Sons, Ltd.. Suppt. November 9th. 1934, vii
  • Lathes, Pit tler Turret, Dowding and 1)011. Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934. iv

LATHES, Automatics :

  • Automatic, All-geared Head Sorew, Butterworth and Co., Suppe., November 16th, 1934. vi
  • Automatic, Brown and Ward High-speed, 479
  • Automatics, Chucking, Butterworth and Co.. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vi
  • Automatic, Montforts, A. C. Wickman. Ltd.. Suppt., November 9th, 1934. x, xi
  • Automatic. Three-operation, Modern Machine Tools. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th. 1934. xvi
  • Automatic, Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engineering Company, Ltd., 509
  • Automatic Universal Forming Machine. Berninghaus. Soag Machine Tools, letd. Suppt.. November 16th, 1934, vii
  • Chucking Automatic, Four-spindle, A. H. Schutte, 453
  • Chucking Automatics, gin. Single-spindle. B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934. x
  • Lathe, No. 3 Auto, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, vii, viii
  • Screw Automatics, I }in., B.S.A. Tools, Ltd. Suppl., November 9th. 1934, x

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS, Various:
  • Charles Churchill and Co.. Ltd.. 540
  • E. H. Jones (Machine Tools). Ltd.. 540
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd.. 540
  • MILLING Machine, Deckel Universal Tool, G. H. Alexander Machinery,-Ltd., 538
  • Milling Machine, Hydro-automatic High-production, Wanderer Werke A.G., 507
  • Milling Machine, No. 35 Universal, A. Herbert. Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, viii
  • Milling Machine, Horizontal Plano, Kendall and Gent (1920), Ltd.. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix
  • Milling Machine, Kearney and Trecker Vertical, Burton Griffiths and Co., Ltd., Suppl. November 9th. 1934. xi
  • Milling Machine, Open-sided Vertical and Horizontal, Kendall and Gent (1920), Ltd., Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, ix
  • Milling Machine, Slot-Hydromil, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Suppt., Norm/ter 9th, 1934, ii
  • Milling Machine, 30in. Vertical, James Antdale and Co., Ltd., 508, 514
  • Milling Machine,_ 36in. High-power Duplex Webster and Bennett. Ltd., 505
  • Milling Machine, 48in. Single, Webster and Bennett, Ltd., 505
  • Milling Machines, " Craven Rigid," Craven Brothers (Manchester). Ltd., Suppt., N OV1111 bre 9th, 1934, ii
  • Milling Machines, J. Parkinson and Son, 434
  • Milling Machines, Small, Adcock and Shipley, Ltd., 609
  • Milling Machine, Twist Drill Flute, Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Milling Machines, Wanderer Werke A.G., 507

P

  • PIPE-BENDING Machine for Hand Operations "Limitax," New Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv
  • Planer, " Spiral Electric," Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, viii
  • Planing Machine, Heavy " Ingoplow," John Stirk and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., November 161h, 1934, iv
  • Planing Machine, Opensido "Hiloplane," John Stirk and Sons, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv
  • Planing Machine, Portable, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii
  • Plane-miller, Vertical, Kendall and Gent, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Polishing Machine, Five-spindle Automatic, Luke and Spencer, Ltd., 639
  • Press, Extruding, lin. Vertical Lead Tube, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii
  • Press, 200-ton Tie-bolt Type Trimming, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934. iii

S

  • SAW, Canting Spindle, Wadkin and Co., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Sawing Machine, Carter and Wright (Engineers and Machine Tools), Ltd., 508
  • Sawing Machine, Cold, S. Russell and Sons. Ltd., 478, 486
  • Sawing Machine, Hack, Now Fortuna Machine Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934, iv
  • Sawing Machine, Heller Cold, Leo C. Steinle, Ltd., 537
  • Sawing Machine, " Rapidor," E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 536
  • Sawing Machine, 'Wagner Cold, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, x
  • Sawing Machines, Various, C. AVieksteed and Co., Ltd., 539
  • Sawing-off Machine, Circular, Timbrell and Wright Machine Tool and Engineering Company, Ltd., 509
  • Screw-making Machinery, Goo. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 538
  • Screwing Machine, Kendall and Gent (1920) Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ix
  • Shaper, 8iin. Stroke Tool-room. Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, viii
  • Shaping Machine, Wotan Hydraulically High duty, Song Machine Tools, Ltd., 506, 514
  • Shaping Machines, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v
  • Slotting Machine, 12iin. Strok© Puncher, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt. November 9th, 1934, viii
  • Surfacing and Boring Machine, H. W. Kearns and Co., Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i
  • Surfacing and Boring Machines, G. Richards and Co., Ltd., 509
  • Surfacing, Boring, Milling, Drilling, and Tapping Machine, Universal, G. Richards and Co.. Ltd.. 509, 514

T

  • THREAD Milling Machines, Wanderer Werke A.G., 607, 508
  • Tire-fixing Roll, B. and S. Massey. Ltd Suppt., November 9th, 1934. iii
  • Tool, Air Turbine-driven Portable, Desoutter Brothers, Ltd., 534
  • Tools. Portable Flexible Drive, F. Oilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., 540
  • Tools, Small Pneumatic, Desoutter Brothers, Ltd., 534
  • Tools, Small, Fry's (London), Ltd., 540
  • Tools. Small, Samuel Osborn and Co., Ltd., 540
  • Tools made from " Rennite," Rennie Tool Co., Ltd., 540

W

  • WOODWORKING Machines, Wadkin and Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi

OTHER EXHIBITS.

  • AIR Compressors, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 536
  • Atmospheric Control for " Birlec " Electric Furnaces, " Certain Curtain," Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt.. November 9th, 1934, v
  • Automobile Broke Drum Machines, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii
  • Balancing Machine, Static, Bonrath Machine Tools, 639
  • Balancing Machine, Gisholt. Static, 508
  • Bath, " Drikold " Shrinking, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Bearings, British Timken, Ltd., 540
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 540; Ransomes and Marks Bearing Company, Ltd., 540; Skefko Ball Bearing Company, Ltd., 540
  • Belting, W. T. Lambourne Company, 540
  • Bolting, Laminated, George Angus and Co., Ltd. 540
  • Bolting, Solid Woven, J. H. Fenner and Co Ltd., 540
  • Belt L sing Machine, " Clipper," Seeley Engineering Company, Ltd., 540
  • Bolt, Anchor, Craftplugs, Ltd., 538
  • Bolt, Engine Foundation, Craftplugs, Ltd.. 637
  • Bolts, Nuts and Studs, Alfred Beebe*, Ltd.. 640
  • Bolt Head Trimming Machine. Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., November Nth. 1934, ii
  • Calculator for Gisholt Static Balancing Machine, Burton, Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 508
  • Chain Drives, Renold and Coventry Chain Company. Ltd., Swppt., November 9th. 1934, xii
  • Chuck, Presto " Quick changing. Weardo and Guylee, Ltd., 540
  • Chromo-plating, W. Canning and Co.. Ltd.. 540
  • Cleaners for Metals, " Wyandotte Specialised, H. W. Peabody and Co. of London, Ltd., 540
  • Copier, " Arclight " Horizontal, E. N. Mason and Sons, Ltd., 540
  • Cutter Sharpener, J. Parkinson and Son, 454
  • Cutting Tools, Edgar Allen and Co.. Ltd. Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v
  • Crusher, Chip, Carter and Wright Engineers and Machine Tools), Ltd., 508
  • Degreasing Plant, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Diamonds for Industrial and Scientific Purposes, L. M. van Moppos and Sons, 53s A. Shaw and Son, 5,40
  • Drill Sharpening Machine, Thos. Firth find John Brown, Ltd., Suppt.. November 9111 , 1934, ii

Electrical :

  • Contactor Starter, Direct-on Reversing British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd. Suppt., November 9th. 1934. xvi

Electrical (continued):

  • Control, Renold Push-pull Remote, Suppt. November 9th, 1934. xii
  • Control Gear for Machine Tool Requirements, Built-in, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th. 1934, xvi
  • Electric Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9t1' . 1934, xvi
  • Electric Motors, Brook Motors, Ltd., Suppt. ,November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Electro-hydraulic Thruster, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Motor, B.T.H . Squirrel-cage Ind Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Motor, Reversible, Brook Motors, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Motor, Variable-speed Geared, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Suppt November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Motor Controller, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 610
  • Plugging Relay, Igranie Electric Company, Ltd., 510
  • EXTENSOMETER, Gerard Strip, Tensometer, Ltd., 506
  • Furnace, Case-hardening, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Furnaces. " Birlec " Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, v
  • Furnaces, Electric, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, v
  • Furnaces, Forced Air Circulation Tempering, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, v
  • Furnaces, Heat Treatment, Lucas Furnaces Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, iii
  • Gear, " Epirolic " Friction Reduction, Dell-read Gears (Holdings) Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, v
  • Gear-box of 7in. Lathe, Colchester Lathe Company, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xii
  • Gear Cutter, Lorenz, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xi
  • Gear Finishing Machine, Michigan, Gaston E. Marbaix, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, ii, iii
  • Gear Grinder, Pratt and Whitney 10in Hydraulic Helical. Buck and Hickman, Ltd., 535
  • Gear Grinding Machines, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 607
  • Gear Unit, Fan-cooled Worm, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., 511
  • Gearing, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., 611
  • Gears, Pfauter Pick-off Reverse, Dowding and Doll, Ltd., 478
  • Gears, Production, Finishing and Testing Helical, Gaston E. liarhaix, Ltd., Stipp. November 16th, 1934, ii, iii
  • Grinder, Grossenhainer Cutter Benrath Machine Tools, 539
  • Grinder, High-speed Floor, Luke and Spencer, Ltd., 539
  • Grinder, Vertical, J. Parkinson and Son, 451, 455
  • Grinder, Vertical Spindle Surface, John Lund. Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii
  • Grinders, Geo. Jackman Machine Tool Company, 540
  • Grinders, Lindner Thread, Spedall-Dowding Machine Tool Company, 538
  • Grinders, Surface, Snow and Co., Ltd., 540
  • Grinders, Tool and Cutter, A. H. Schutte, 463
  • Grinding Head, " Hydranto," Churchill Machine Tool Company. Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934, i, ii
  • Grinding Spindles, " Fortuna," New Fortuna Machine Company. Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th, 1934, iv
  • Grinding Wheels and Abrasives, Carborundum Company, Ltd.. Suppt., November 16th, 1934. iv
  • Hardness Testing Machine, " Hardometer," Thos. Firth and John Brown, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, ii
  • Head for Lathe, " Pre-optive," Alfred Herbert. Ltd., Suppt.,'November 16th, 1934, viii
  • Instrument for _Examining j Screw Threads, Leitz, 538
  • Key-Seater, Carter and Wright, Engineers and Machine Tools, Ltd., 609
  • Lifting Magnets, Rapid Magnetising Machine Company, Ltd., 535 .
  • Lighting Equipment, Low-voltage. Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 610
  • Lubricants, Fletcher Miller, Ltd., 640
  • Lubricating Oils, Sternol, Ltd., 540
  • Lubrication of Machinery, Tecalemit, Ltd.. 540
  • Lubrication System, Enota One-shot, Benton and Stone, Ltd., 540
  • Magnetic Chuck, James Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., 510
  • Measuring Machine, Involute, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 507
  • Nickel and Machine Tool Construction, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th, 1934. i
  • Oils, Lubricating and Greases, " Keenol," Alexander Duckham and Co., Ltd., 633
  • Plugging Delay, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 610
  • Projector, Styles, Atkins (Peterborough). Ltd.. Suppt., November 9th. 1934, iv
  • Pulleys, Pressed Steel Split, Rubery, Owen and Co., 640
  • Pumps, Variable-speed Hydraulic, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934, ii
  • Pumps, Varley Pumps and Engineering, Ltd. Suppl., November 16th, 1934, v
  • Pumps for Lubricants, Weardon and Guyleo, Ltd., 640
  • Saddle of 8iin. Lathe, Dean. Smith and Grace, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xiii
  • Saw Bench, 20in., Wadkin and Co., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vii
  • Saw Sharpener, S. Russell and Sons, Ltd., 478
  • Saw-sharpening Machine, Heller, Leo C. Steinle, Ltd., 537
  • Screws, Allen, S. Ralph Golding and Co., 540
  • Separator. " Rapid-Biaflux " Drum-type, Rapid Magnet ting Machine Company. Ltd., 635
  • Sharpening Machines, Twist Drill, Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Spray-painting Equipment, De Vilbiss, Aerograph Company, Ltd., 453
  • Static Balancing Machine, Gisholt, Burton Griffiths and Co., Ltd., 508
  • Stator and Rotor Units, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934, xvi
  • Stool, " Phoenix " Rapid Machining, United Steel Companies, Ltd., 640
  • Storage Equipment., Steel, Rubory, Owen and Co., 640
  • Tap-Sharpening Machine, Herbert Hunt and Sons, Suppt., November 9th, 1934, vi
  • Tensometers, Hounsfield, Tensometer, Ltd., 605
  • Testing Machine, Brinell, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 536
  • Testing Machine, Olson, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 636
  • Testing Machine, " S.S." Pendulum Hardness, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 630
  • Testing Machine for Gears, Carl Mahr, 538
  • Timing Controller, Electrionio Automat ii- Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 610
  • Truck, Elevating Platform Petrol, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Suppt., November 16th. 1934, ii
  • 'trucks, Petrol-driven, Reliance Trucks, Ltd.. 640
  • Trucks, Petrol-driven Auto-. R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 540
  • Vices, Bench and Machine, E. L. Youngleson, Ltd.. 540
  • Voider, High-speed Spot and Seam Resistance, Soag Machine Tools, Ltd., Suppt November 16th, 1934, v
  • Welding Machines, Electric Spot. Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., 534
  • Wheel-dressing Mechanism for Multi-rib Wheel Atkins (Peterborough), Ltd., Suppt., November 9th, 1934. iv
  • Wheel-dressing Mechanism for Single-rib Wheel, Atkins (Peterborough), Ltd., Suppt.. November 4th: 1934. iv

A Seven Day Journal

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  • ADMIRALTY Electrical appointment, Mr. A. D. Constable, 1
  • Aeronautical Research, 301
  • Aircraft Museum, 127
  • Air Defence of Britain, 79
  • Air Mail Service, Inland, 177
  • Air Race, England to Melbourne, Start of. 41)3
  • Air Subsidies, Proposed British, 529
  • Air Survey, Proposed, 201
  • Amalgamation of Appleby Iron Company. Ltd., and Frodingham Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., 301
  • American Naval Programme. 201
  • American Steel Industry, 161
  • Anglo-French Trade Agreement, 1
  • Askern Plant for Low-temperature Carbonisation, 633
  • "Asturias." Re-engined Liner, 325
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Research in. 57

B

  • BEARDMORE, William, and Co., Ltd.. 177
  • Beilby Memorial Awards, 475
  • Belgian Coal Crisis, 275
  • Brazilian Wireless Stations, 127
  • Bridge Failure at Nottingham, Unusual, 275
  • Bridge Over Great Belt, 275
  • Bridges. Rebuilding Weak, Birmingham Areas, 427
  • Bridges, Road Fund for Weak, 633
  • British Aircraft in Denmark, 177
  • British Destroyers, Orders Placed for. 377
  • British Standard Institution, Annual Alec' uw. 61
  • Broadcasting, Interference with. 427
  • Broadcasting Station for Weather Reports 557
  • Brussels Exhibition, 1935, 529
  • Building Operations, Safety in, 103
  • Burning of " Morro Castle." 249

C

  • CAMMELL Laird's 1000th Ship. 377
  • Canal, Orand Union, Development Schmitt, 42
  • Cauvery Mettur Dam, 177
  • Central Electricity Board's Chairman. Sir Archibald Page. 557
  • Channel Train Ferry, 403
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 427
  • Chemical Manufacturers, 377
  • Civil Airport, 'Ulster's, 225
  • Civil Aviation, Control of. 79
  • Civil Aviation, Development of. 151, 557; Progress of, 225
  • Civil Aviation, Future of, 609
  • Clyde Passenger Steamer " King George V."Re-equipment of, 583
  • Clyde Shipbuilding, 225
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Record. 325
  • Coal Dust Engine R b, 601
  • Coal Hoists at Cardiff Docks, 291
  • Coal Survey. National, 201
  • Coleshill Sewage Works. 403

D

  • DANA, *Retirement of 31r. It. W., 449
  • Don Drainage Scheme, 633
  • Drainage Scheme. River Don, 633

E

  • EKMAN Memorial at Northfleet Cemetery Carl Daniel, 403
  • Electrical Engineers and Tranornission, 103
  • Electricity, Generation of, in Great Britain, Report for 1933, 25
  • Electricity in Ireland. 249
  • Electricity Scheme for South-West England and South Wales, 557
  • Electricity (Supply) Bill, 529
  • Electricity Supply in Rural Areas, 633
  • Electricity Supply (Wireless) Bill, 25
  • Electro-deposition of Metals, Research on. 5.'9
  • Electron, Liberation of the, 501
  • Ellesmere Port Oil Refinery, 427
  • "Empress of Britain's " Record, 151
  • Engineering Wages Conference, 633
  • Explosives in 1933, 275
  • Exports Needed, Larger, 79
  • Extension of Parkeaton Quay, 325

F

  • FACTORY Scheme, Five-day Week, 501
  • Forth Road Bridge, 103, 325
  • Forty-hour Week, 301
  • French Battleships, 529
  • French Railway Disaster, 151

G

  • GENERATING Station Extensions, 25
  • Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, Report for 1933, 25
  • Glasgow Ironworks Extension. 377
  • Glasgow Railway Disaster, 249
  • Gold Standard Conference, 403
  • Government and Shipping, 1, 25, 51
  • Greek Contract for Flood Protection Works and Drainage, 301
  • Gresford Colliery Disaster, 301
  • "Grid " Breakdown, 103
  • "Grid " Breakdown in Kent, 225
  • "Grid Scheme," An Amending. 403
  • "Grid " Tariff, 557
  • Guildford By-pass Road, 103

H

  • HEAVY Industries of Clyde Area, 103
  • Heavy Oil Engines for Lifeboat Service, 557
  • H.M.S. " Galatea," Launch of, 151
  • Hollow Forgings, 51
  • Home Trade Expansion, 275
  • Humber Ferry Services, Improved, 301
  • Hume Dam, Australia, Completion of. 2:2

I

  • IMPROVING Trade, 325
  • India, Trade with, 351
  • Industrial Accidents, 325
  • Industrial Health Research Report, 79
  • Industrial Reorganisation, 629
  • Industrial Welfare Society, Annual Meeting, 583
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Head-quarters Removed to Salisbury House, 475
  • Institution of Naval Architects, Appointment of Assistant Secretary, 633
  • Internal Combustion Engine Group, 609
  • Iron and Steel Institute and Mutual Co-operation, 449

J

  • JUNIOR Institution of Engineers, Jubilee Celebrations, I

K

  • KING Alexander I Suspension Bridge, 609
  • "King George V," Re-equipment of Clyde Passenger Steamer, 583

L

  • LEVEL Crossings, Removal in Durham Nottinghamshire, 475
  • Lifeboat Services, Heavy-oil Engines for, 557
  • Liners, Faster South American, 427
  • Liners Sold for Breaking Up, 475
  • Lloyd's Register Centenary Dinner, 427
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 275
  • Lloyd's Register Rules, 151
  • "Loch Ranza," Launch of High-economy Steamer, 201
  • Locusts,Third International Conference Report, 249
  • London Dock Approaches, Improved, 377
  • L.M.S. Railway 1935 Programme, 501
  • London Passenger Transport Board, 449
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Reposit for First Year's Working, 127
  • London Waters, Report on Examination of. 79
  • Lowestoft Harbour Dry Dock, 403
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Askern, 633

M

  • MARITIME Nluseuni Bill, Reading of National, 1
  • Master Traffic Control, 361
  • Melchett Medal Awarded to Dr. F. Bergius, 475
  • Mersey Tunnel, 377
  • Mitchell, J. C., Retirement of, 609
  • Motor Cars for New Zealand, 449
  • Motor Coasting Vessels, 177
  • Motor Liner for Bibby Line, Ltd., 25
  • Motor Vehicles, Noise from, 201,

N

  • NATIONAL Maritime Museum 11, I
  • Naval and Mercantile Shipbuilding Orders :501
  • Naval Launches, 301
  • Navigation in Fog, 103
  • Newcastle's Science Museum, 79
  • Noise from Motor Vehicles, 201
  • "Normandie," French Liner. 201

O

  • Oil,-ELECTRIC Paddle Ship for L.N.F Railway. 427. (435)
  • Oil-eleetrie Trains in Holland. 225
  • Oil-engined Omnibuses, Corporation of Glasgow's, 609
  • Oil Engines, Low-pressure, 449
  • Oil from Coal, 127
  • Oil from Empire Minerals, 609
  • Old Engine, Passing of an, 177
  • Orient Liner " Orion " Launched. 583

P

  • PALMERS Hebburn, 529
  • Physics, International Conference on, 351
  • "Prince Baudouin," Belgian Cross-Channel Motor Ship,151
  • Pterodactyl V Aeroplane. 177

Q

  • QUARRIES, Output of British, 2-19

R

  • RADIO Interference, 475
  • Railway Accident Report, 51
  • Railwaymen's Pay, 151
  • Railway Speed Record, 657
  • Research in Atmospheric Pollution, 557
  • Research on Water Supplies, 583
  • Ribbon Development, 501
  • Road Surface, Street Lighting awl. 301
  • Road to the Docks, 249
  • Road to the Highlands, 301
  • Road Vehicles, Steam, 583
  • Royal Scottish Museum. Report for 1933.
  • Rubber, Reclamation of, 127
  • Rural Areas, Electricity Supply in. 633

S

  • SAFETY in Building Operations, 103
  • Salvage Work at Scapa Flow, 225
  • Science Museum, Report for 1933. 51
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation, 501
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 79, 609
  • Shipping, Government and, 1, 25, 51
  • Shipping Economics, 103
  • Ship's Boilers on Main Deck of ss. " &meas." 609
  • Ships Lost and Broken Up, 79
  • Shipyard Rationalisation, 103
  • Smith. Retirement of Sir Allan. 377
  • Smithfield Club Show, 583
  • Socialism and Iron and Steel Industry, 21 9
  • Southampton Dock Extensions, 351
  • South Wales Coalfield, 325
  • Speed Economies, Sir Josiah Stamp. 583
  • Stainless Steel Merger, 51
  • Steam Road Vehicles, 583
  • Steam Tables Conference, International, 275
  • Steel, Developing the Use of, 475
  • Steel Trades' Independent Chairman, 449
  • Steel Works Amalagamation, 301
  • Stoning, Lieut.-Colonel H. A., Retirement I.! 351
  • Stephenson Timber Viaduct. 377
  • Street Lighting and Road Surface, 301
  • Sulphur Fumes and Battersea Power Station, 633
  • Swimming Pool at Wembley, Empire 103
  • Switchgear Testing Plant, 51

T

  • TANKER Pooling Scheme, 127
  • Technical Historical Visit at Sheffield, 301
  • Tees-side Industry, 25
  • Telford's Centenary, 225
  • Testing of Timber, Mechanical. 529
  • Thames, The Flow of the, 351
  • Thames Passenger Service Inquiry, 609
  • Timber, Mechanical Testing of, 529
  • Timber Research, 377
  • Tin Consumption Analysis, 633 •
  • Tin-plate Agreement, International, 51
  • Tin Research, Progress in, 151
  • Trade with India, 351
  • Trade with South Africa, 403
  • Traffic Overways for London, Proposed, 501
  • Tramp Shipping, 351
  • Tramp Shipping, Aid for, 557
  • Traneberg Arch Bridge, Opening of, 225
  • Transmission Section of Institution of Electrical Engineers, Conversazione and Dance, 529
  • Trinidad Harbour Works, 609
  • Turbo-alternator for Belfast, 249

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Figures, 25, 127, 225, 351, 449

W

  • WALES Conference, Engineering, 633
  • "Waiwera," Empire Food Motor Liner. 201
  • Warship Names and Contracts, 583
  • Water " Grid," 529
  • Water Pollution Research Board's Annual Report, 583
  • Water Resources, 51
  • Water Supplies, Research on, 583
  • Water Supply, 127
  • Weather Reports, Broadcasting Station for, 557
  • West London Transport Outlet, 475
  • Winwick Railway Disaster, 325
  • Wireless Research, 275
  • Wallaston, W. H., Memorial to. 25

Y

  • YOUNG Engineers, 325

Z

  • ZAMBESI Bridge, 403


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